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  Volume 17, Number 2, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Thematic Issue: Korea through Ethnography

Nancy Abelmann and Jesook Song

Note from the Editors

pp. 241-242
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Introduction: Korea through Ethnography

pp. 245-251
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Articles

Diagnosing Breast Cancer in South Korea: "Western" Behaviors, Stress, and Survivor Activism

pp. 253-268
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Any One Parent Will Do: Negotiations of Fatherhood among South Korean "Wild Geese" Fathers in Singapore

pp. 269-297
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Human Capital: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Neoliberal Logic of Return

pp. 299-327
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Corporeal Memory and the Making of a Post-Ideological Social Movement: Remembering the 2002 South Korean Candlelight Vigils

pp. 329-350
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Encore!: Homecoming Recitals in Christian South Korea

pp. 351-381
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Stitching the Fabric of Family: Time, Work, and Intimacy in Seoul's Tongdaemun Market

pp. 383-406
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Review Essay

Ethnography in South Korea in the New Millennium, 2000-2011

pp. 407-414
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Book Reviews

Crisis of Gender and the Nation in Korean Literature and Cinema: Modernity Arrives Again (review)

pp. 415-417
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Kim Ki-duk (review)

pp. 418-420
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Korea's Occupied Cinemas, 1893-1948: The Untold History of the Film Industry (review)

pp. 421-423
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The Pusan International Film Festival, South Korean Cinema and Globalization (review)

pp. 423-426
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Race for Empire: Koreans as Japanese and Japanese as Americans during World War II (review)

pp. 427-431
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