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Women, television and everyday life in Korea : journeys of hope

Women, television and everyday life in Korea : journeys of hope (Loan 17 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kim, Youna.
Title Statement
Women, television and everyday life in Korea : journeys of hope / Youna Kim.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York, NY :   Routledge,   2005   (2007 printing)  
Physical Medium
236 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge advances in Korean studies
ISBN
0415369037 9780415369039
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Television and women -- Korea. Women -- Korea -- Identity. Women -- Korea -- Social conditions. Women on television.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Part 1: General Issues  1. Women, Television and Everyday Life  1.1 Western Literature  1.2 Korean Literature  2. The Socio-Economic Position of Women in Korea  2.1 Confucianism  2.2 Education  2.3 Work  2.4 Marriage and Family 

2.5 Sexuality  3. The Body, TV Talk and Emotion  3.1 A Normative Ideal of the Body: Who Could be There?  3.2 TV Talk as a Method  3.3 Emotion as an Effect  Part 2: Working Class Women  4. Living in the Traditional Way  4.1 Misery of Everyday Life: TV, Gender and Emotion  4.2 Power of Everyday Life: Son as a Tactic  4.3 Reading Against Primetime Feminism  4.4 TV Realism and Identification  4.5 Reinvigorating Tradition  5. Coping and Adapting: Family Life in Transition  5.1 TV Rituals, Security and Intimacy  5.2 TV and Childcare: "I Try Not to Watch TV Because of the Child"  5.3 Fantasy of Dominance  5.4 A-ha! Emotion: Reading the Popular  6. Yearning for Change: The Younger Generation  6.1 Work, Marriage and Feminism  6.2 Representation of Women on Korean Television: "It’s Always Killing Smart Women"  6.3 Play in the Global Telecity: "TV is My Best Friend"  6.4 Representation of the West in the Korean Imagination  6.5 Yearning for Free Choice, Social Mobility and Change  6.6 Rejecting Western Sexuality  Part 3: The Middle Class  7. Older Women in Control: Power and Domesticity  7.1 TV, Emotion and Shifting Power: "Now it’s Women’s Times!"  7.2 Middle-Class Leisure and Television  7.3 TV Reflexivity: Women’s Work and Childcare  7.4 Family, TV and Moral Discourse  8. Professional Young Mothers: The Care of the Self  8.1 Unavailability of Husband, TV and Childcare  8.2 Child Education and Professionalization of Motherhood  8.3 Escape into Romance: "I Will Be Always There For You"  9. Becoming an Individual: Life-Style and Life Choices  9.1 Employment and Uncertainty: Whose Individualization?  9.2 A Return to Pleasure: Entertainment and Hope  9.3 Talking Back to The West: But Who Will Listen?  Part 4: Journeys of Hope  10. Conclusion  10.1 Reflexivity at Work  10.2 Class, Generation and Reflexivity  10.3 Tradition/Morality/Family/Nation (Women in their 50s)  10.4 Transition/Negotiation/Intimacy/Emotion (Women in their 30s)  10.5 Openness/Play/Imagination/Freedom (Women in their 20s)  10.6 The Tradition-/The Inner-/The Other-Directed Culture of Everyday Life.  Appendix: List of Interviewees


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