EA FINAL ARTICLES

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  1. Fast food article:

    variation and meaning of fast food in japan
    • younger people think it is theirs
    • older people know its foriegn
    • elders gender interpretation: men think fast food is stand up restaurants and burgers. women think it is also burgers as well as take away food items from supermarkets
  2. Fast food article:

    consumption behavior and patterns
    • moms would order the food and bring to table as of it were a prepared meal at home and also as a way to show that they still manage the money
    • dads and children would go to table and spend time becuase of lack of quality time spent becuase of dads busy schedule.
    • sharing practice is common amongst family and close friends.
  3. Fast food article:

    how do japanese differ in their practice compared to other cultures
    • they take globalization to a whole new level
    • even though globalization ideally takes aspects of tradition away from groups of people the japanese incorporate their tradition practices into western settings.
  4. NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES IN NORTHEAST CHINA:

    Ethnic composition of North East China
    • resulted of illegal movement of North koreans to north east china
    • people could not go outside of NK without permission, but the situation with the economy and starvation led them to seek refuge in other places.
  5. NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES IN NORTHEAST CHINA:

    factors contributing to massive migration
    • communist bloc didnt exist anymore which caused economic crisis
    • corruption with authority
    • there were opportunites and economic prosperity in China
    • push and pull factors - famine is the push, opportunities is the pull.
  6. NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES IN NORTHEAST CHINA:

    Characteristics of Women
    • majority of women that migrate are women
    • they survive by taking lower skilled jobs and participating in organized crime such as being mail ordered brides
  7. NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES IN NORTHEAST CHINA:

    The Seoul Government
    • They say they are willing to accept defectors from NK, but dont really want to
    • They say officially that all NK citizens are SK citizens and that they need to go through proper documentation procedure
    • Also officially SK wants to maintain good relations with China bc China is not admitting NK as refugees and if they accept NK as defectors they are afraid of having CHinese government lose face with them.
    • Another official justification is that NK are so expensive to assimilate and provide for.
  8. NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES IN NORTHEAST CHINA:

    Why Chinese Government do not accept NK defectors
    • they question if they really are refugees or citizens
    • they also are very expensive
    • if NK collapse China does not want Korea to destabalize
  9. NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES IN NORTHEAST CHINA:

    What happens Once NK defectors are caught in China?
    • Most are expatriated back to NK
    • China, NK, SK all want the same thing, which is for defectors to remain invisible and not cause any political trouble
    • only a handful of NGO's care about their suffering instead of the trouble they create
  10. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    Who are the mosuo people?
    • one of the minority groups in China
    • that are dubbed as having a fatherless culture
    • matrilineal society
    • "Sese" - means that men will go to their lovers at night and go back to their natalocal (household where they were born) residency in the morning...like a visiting husband
  11. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    what is a historical way to acquire food and division of labor
    • farming
    • wives do domestic work and men does outside activities
  12. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    What are recent changes?
    tourism has brought in more income and more notice to this society
  13. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    is the claim of fatherless society true or untrue what are the roles of fathers and paternity
    • all children have a biological father, but just lack a social father so this claim is misleading
    • about 14% actual do not know their father
  14. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    how to measure reproductive success?
    difficult to measure, but can be measured by quantity, health, and education
  15. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    3 hypothesis
    • #1 - paternal care, fathers will increase child's higher education in tourist area becuase that individual is well off
    • #2 - parental care leads to earlier age at 1st reproduction becuase educaton not very important
    • #3 - more direct care vs. indirect care in agricultural area - feeding and caring for children vs. financial support
    • fathers precense and childs educational level is increased
    • despite the hypothesis in tourist area education is not directly related to being well off because you dont need education to perform dance etc, but agricultural areas they use education as a way to get out of these areas.
  16. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    why do they want to see AFR?
    early reproduction has more potential to have more children.
  17. Paternal Investment and the Positive Effects of Fathersamong the Matrilineal Mosuo of Southwest China:

    relationship of educational attainment and AFR
    • are not related
    • higher education
  18. direct care vs. indirect care
    • rural areas have more direct care
    • indirect more tourist area bc availability of money
    • fathers more often involved with homework, playing, watching, and meal prep than mothers
    • mosuo fathers invest differently in children compared to the norm
  19. Japanese Aesthetics of Packaging:
    • the appeal of the concealed is important to packing and recieving of items
    • example is japanese strol gardens -
    • miegakure, literally meaning "now you see it, now you don't,"
    • noren hanging cloth demarcates inside and out of shops and rest.
    • multisensory process of unwraping, see, feel, smell etc.
    • feelings of respect and gratitude for the packager, reciever and of nature
    • conveys thoughtfulness and respect for the materials being used.
  20. Changing Relationships between Daughters-in-Law and Mothers-in-Law in UrbanSouth Korea:

    what is post marital residence of eldest son in contemporary case
    stem family - eldest son remains in natal house, but now its more temporary based on couples convenience and establishment of income (usually when lack of childcare)
  21. Changing Relationships between Daughters-in-Law and Mothers-in-Law in UrbanSouth Korea:

    how is patriarhchy still maintained?
    • the women feels like she has to devote to husbands parents
    • women still take care of private sphere
  22. Changing Relationships between Daughters-in-Law and Mothers-in-Law in UrbanSouth Korea:

    what are contemporary DIL strategy of kin work?
    MIL is the boss of DIL
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