"We're So Happy to Have You Here (But We'd Rather You Hadn't Come)": Exclusion, Solidarity and Network Building of North Korean Refugees
�We�re So Happy to Have You Here (But We�d Rather You Hadn�t Come)�: Exclusion, solidarity and network building of North Korean refugees. In the last ten years, following periods of extensive famine, flooding and economic mismanagement on behalf of the North Korean government, the number of North Koreans arriving in South Korea has grown exponentially. The gap between North Korean refugees (talbukin), individuals brought up in a socialist, group-oriented system, and South Koreans, raised in a...[Show more]
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