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Drawing on an in-depth ethnography of students, teachers, and parents at School K, a newly built Korean international school, this paper investigates how students choose their subjects to show their multi-faceted identities within the institutional goals of the school. Rather than promoting an...
This article studies two of the most important public contests in contemporary Japanese politics, Prime Minister (PM) Koizumi’s postal privatization and PM Abe’s introduction of collective self-defense. I investigate the rhetorical dynamics of these public contests, and find that the initiations...
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