[SOLVED] Culture Imperialsim Influence
The books to find key theories are : Planet TV (Lisa Parks and Shanti Kumar 2003), Golden Arches East (James L. Watson, 2006) Feel free to use these Key Terms foud in Chapter 6. Media Imperialism, Culture, Culture Imperialism, hermeneutic naivety of most culture imperialism, cultural appropriation, Cross cultural communication (pg 277), Culture representation, Book Recentering Globalization (Koichi Iwabuchi). Feel free to use terms: Japanization (pg 9) transnational (pg 16,52), cultural discount (pg 26), Cultural Odor (pg. 27), Culture Imperialism (pg 39),Transculturalization (pg 40), Hybridity (pg 5,43), Fluid essentialism (pg 54), Japaneseness (pg 55),racial/ethnic assimilation to symbolic/cultural mixing (pg 57), Culture and civilization (pg 64), Asianism (pg 158-9), PanAsian Identity (pg. 175), Cross Fertilization (pg 210) Other Terms: Cultural-hybridization Please use Korean Hip Hop or K-Hip Hop as examples and popular Korean Rappers compared to black rappers. Please use K-Pop as an example compared to Black groups like New Edition, Boyz II Men. How South Korean women get butt, lip and breast enlargements to look lile black women. How South Korean youth wear cornrows, get their hair treated to wear afros and other beauty treands found amongst african americans. How they imitate african american fashion trends. Wearing Jordans, Michael Kors, baggy pants…etc How in Seoul Korea ( south Korea) they eat soul food like fried chicken, korean candied yams, mac and cheese. How South Korean youth used african american slang. Is their obsession with black culture a compliment or offensive. In additon to the two books listed above…here are a few other books that “may ” help all sources must be text books, books, journals (peer reviewed) sources can NOT be magazine articles, web info: Hybrid Hallyu: The African American Tradition in K-Pop. In Global Asian American Popular Cultures, edited by Davé Shilpa, Nishime Leilani, and Oren Tasha, 290-303. New York: New Yo Condry, Ian. Hip-hop Japan: Rap and the Paths of Cultural Globalisation. Durham: Duke University Press, 2006 Fuhr, Michael. Globalization and Popular Music in South Korea. New York: Routledge, 2016. Hong, Euny. The Birth of Korean Cool: How One Nation is Conquering the World Through Pop Culture. New York: Picador, 2014. Huq, Rupa. Beyond Subculture: Pop, Youth and Identity in a Postcolonial World. Oxon, UK: Routledge, 2006. Jin, Dal Yong. New Korean Wave: Transnational Cultural Power in the Age of Social Media. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2016. Will need an annoted bibliography or provide sources and I will create one.