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Howard, Keith (2013)
Languages: English
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We are still, collectively struggling to come to terms with Hallyu, Korean Wave. This is seen in the multitude of contrasting perspective that have been applied by journalists and academics alike since the turn of the new millennium. This article explores the various different approaches, argues for new theoretical paradigms, and explores, as a case study, how foundations for K-Pop as Korean Wave were built in the years before the term itself, Hallyu, was created.
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    • Adorno, Theodor W. and Max Horkheimer, “The culture industry: enlightenment as mass deception”, in G. S. Noerr, ed., Dialectic of Enlightenment: 94-136. Trans. by E. Jephcott (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1972).
    • Adorno, Theodor, Introduction to the Sociology of Music (New York: Seabury, 1976).
    • Appadurai, Arjun, “Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy”, Public Culture 2 (Spring 1990): 1-24.
    • 20 From 1992 onwards I produced regular inflight programs of Korean pop, and so closely followed industry activity. I stopped this work in 1996, partly because as a musicologist I lost interest as pop shifted from the aural to the visual.
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