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The Migration Regime among Koreans in the Russian Far East

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This article discusses the settlement experience of multiple groups of Koreans in the Russian Far East, which were formed by their temporally different migrations. By focusing on the temporal dimension of migration rather than the conventional focus on the spatial dimension which is usually found in the scholarship of migration studies, this article explores the ways in which the different time of migration diversifies the experience of people who moved to the Russian Far East, and examines how this is interlinked with radical socio- economic changes. I argue that the differences among Koreans in Primorskii Krai, Russia, create the basis for coalition among the Korean sub- groups and I also show how the place integrates these intra- ethnic differences derived from historical times with the more dynamic and inclusive ethnic identification of Koreans in the Russian Far East.

Affiliations: 1: University of Cambridge, UK


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