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Elusive BelongingMarriage Immigrants and "Multiculturalism" in Rural South Korea$
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Minjeong Kim

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780824869816

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824869816.001.0001

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Searching for Filipina Sisterhood

Searching for Filipina Sisterhood

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(p.145) Chapter Seven Searching for Filipina Sisterhood
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Elusive Belonging
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Minjeong Kim

Publisher:
University of Hawai'i Press
DOI:10.21313/hawaii/9780824869816.003.0007

Drawing on the literature on immigrants’ intra-ethnic solidarity and conflict, Chapter 7 examines on Filipinas’ relationships with their co-ethnics by focusing on three different spaces. First, the chapter shows Filipinas’ intimate, quotidian interactions with one another where both sisterly care and group image anxiety exist simultaneously. Second, the chapter describes the stories of Filipinas’ departures from their marital homes. Lastly, the chapter goes beyond the local co-ethnic setting to the scene of Annual Filipino Community Day, the region’s largest co-ethnic space for Filipino immigrants. These different spaces illustrate the generative process through which “Filipinos in Korea” as the community and the identity has been constructed.

Keywords:   Co-ethnic solidarity, Co-ethnic conflicts, Runaway brides, Departure from marriage, Filipino community day event, Filipinos in Korea

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