Globalization and Popular Music in South Korea: Sounding Out K-Pop by Michael Fuhr

Globalization and Popular Music in South Korea: Sounding Out K-Pop
by Michael Fuhr

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1. Introduction: Rising K-Pop, Pursuing the Hyphen
Part I: Configuring K-Pop: Histories and Production
2. Inventing Korean Popular Music: Historical Formations and Genres (1885–2000)
3. Producing the Global Imaginary: A K-Pop Tropology Part
II: Complicating K-Pop: Flows, Asymmetries, and Transformations
4. Temporal Asymmetries: Music, Time, and the Nation-State
5. Spatial Asymmetries: Imaginary Places in the Transnational Production of K-Pop
6. Asymmetries of Mobility: Immigrant Stars and the Conjuncture of Patriotism, Anti-American Sentiment, and Cyberculture
7. Conclusion: “Oppan, Korean Style!”: An Imaginary Horse Ride around the Globe

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