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Airport modern : The space between international departures and arrivals in modern Korean national imaginings

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  • Kim, Alice S.
  • University of California, Berkeley


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The space between international departures and arrivals in modern Korean national imaginings

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Kim, Alice S.

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[Berkeley, U.S.] : University of California, Berkeley

Date 2013
Pages 438
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Holding University of California, Berkeley
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Abstract

Challenging the Eurocentric discourse of Modernization, Modernity and Modernism and the reified notions of space that underpin them and which linger in contemporary theories of globalization, this dissertation argues that the examination of the historical, social and political economic processes and experiences of modernization and modernity at the intersection of particular national sites and the uneven geography of the global capitalist system is fundamental to grappling with how we can begin to talk about globalization in South Korea or East Asia and its corresponding social and cultural changes. In an attempt to read what is new about South Korea's Incheon International airport (2001) and the symbolism of the new `global' aesthetic that prominently shapes the sensational form of this strategic social space, (The rest omitted)