Manufacturing Kinship in a Nation Divided: An Ethnographic Study of North Korean Refugees in South Korea
The South Korean government continues to practice variants of what Stephan Castles (1995) calls 'differential exclusion', in which citizenship in the nation state for North Koreans does not confer membership in civil society. For new arrivals from North K
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