What cultural identity do you have? Korean diasporic community and news consumption

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Lee, Hojeong;

Digital diaspora, a new type of diaspora prompted by the expansion of communication technology, plays a central and integral role in providing immigrants with alternative spaces for changing the traditional sense of belonging. National consciousness becomes essential to... View more
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