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This chapter maps out the discursive practice of imagining contemporary Korea as it shifts from a monoracial society and insular economy to a multiethnic global neoliberal state. It describes how race and nation are articulated together in the media to provide a sociohistorical context for the formation of neoliberal multiculturalism. In particular, the chapter describes the social production of mixed-race subjectivities such as Amerasian and the children of multicultural families as changes in these subjectivities indicate a broader shift in how the Korean state governs racial others and determines who is included and excluded in the nation. The chapter strategically reads governmental policy on the mixed-race population alongside media/cultural policy in a historical context to underscore how mass media and popular culture shaped particular images of Korea.
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