Korean Communities across the World | Rowman & Littlefield
Korean Communities across the World
Korean Communities across the World publishes works that address aspects of (a) the Korean American community, (b) Korean society, (c) the Korean communities in other foreign lands, or (d) transnational Korean communities. In the field of (a) the Korean American community, this series welcomes contributions involving concepts such as Americanization, pluralism, social mobility, migration/immigration, social networks, social institutions, social capital, racism/discrimination, settlement, identity, or politics, as well as a specific topic related to family/marriage, gender roles, generations, work, education, culture, citizenship, health, ethnic community, housing, ethnic identity, racial relations, social justice, social policy, and political views, among others. In the field of (b) Korean society, this series embraces scholarship on current issues such as gender roles, age/aging, low fertility, immigration, urbanization, gentrification, economic inequality, high youth unemployment, sexuality, democracy, political power, social injustice, the nation's educational problems, social welfare, capitalism, consumerism, labor, health, housing, crime, environmental degradation, and the social life in the digital age and its impacts, among others. Contributors in the field of (c) Korean communities in other foreign lands are encouraged to submit works that expand our understanding about the formation, vicissitudes, and major issues of an ethnic Korean community outside of South Korea and the Unites States, such as cultural or linguistic retention, ethnic identity, assimilation, settlement patterns, citizenship, economic activities, family relations, social mobility, and racism/discrimination. Lastly, contributions relating to (d) transnational Korean communities may touch upon transnational connectivity in family, economy/finance, politics, culture, technology, social institutions, and people.

Editor(s): Joong-Hwan Oh joonghwan.oh@hunter.cuny.edu
Staff editorial contact: Courtney Morales (cmorales@rowman.com)
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Medical Transnationalism: Korean Immigrants' Medical Tourism to South Korea
SOU HYUN JANG
Lexington Books • June 2018 • Monograph
Transnational Return Migration of 1.5 Generation Korean New Zealanders: A Quest for Home
JANE YEONJAE LEE
Lexington Books • June 2018 • Monograph
Transnational Communities in the Smartphone Age: The Korean Community in the Nation’s Capital
DAE YOUNG KIM - CONTRIBUTIONS BY YOUNG A. JUNG AND GYU TAG LEE
Lexington Books • December 2017 • Monograph