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Abstract This paper examines the dynamics involved in the use of local culture in contemporary Korea, with specific reference to the case of Hahoe village in southeast Korea. I identify three different ideological stages in the production of Hahoe culture. In the 1970s, the village was recreated...
Abstract This paper focuses on a museum in a farming village in Akita Prefecture, Japan. The village was created through a massive land reclamation and settlement project, and the museum was built largely to help clean up the village's image after conflicts over rice production and marketing...
Abstract The experience of Maoist and post-Mao rule in the People's Republic of China (PRC) provides an underutilized historical vantage for thinking through basic issues in political economy. Unfortunately, contemporary debates among “neo-liberals” and the “new left” in the PRC tend to...
Abstract This paper examines how Sri Lankan villagers adapt to the indirect effects of globalization. Historically established local identities have become contested and challenged through global processes not explicitly visible at the village level. It is shown in this paper that the...
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