A perception about Black migrants in Korean and Japanese media
This thesis explains the imagery of black migrants that came into existence in both Japan and South Korea over time and how the imagery of Blacks have been shaped by sociological processes of industrialisation, colonisation, de-colonisation and globalisation.
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|Sjaak Braster, Peter Mascini|
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Dossett, R. (2020, August). A perception about Black migrants in Korean and Japanese media. Sociology. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2105/60500