Service Economies examines how working-class labor occupies a central space in linking the United States and Asia to South Korea’s changing global position from a U.S. neocolony to a subempire. Foregrounding gender, sexuality, and race, Jin-kyung Lee reimagines the South Korean economic ‘miracle’ as a global and regional articulation of industrial, military, and sexual proletarianization.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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