‘Kyopo’ daughters in Germany: the construction of identity among second-generation German- Korean women in Germany

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Hary, Simone Cecille Dominique;
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This thesis explores the construction of identity amongst the second generation of South- Korean migrants to Germany in Frankfurt am Main, focussing mainly on women. Overwhelmingly, when talking about migrants the German media focus on the Turkish minority. Literature f... View more
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