The Thumb Tribe and other Korea-related Gigs

Although my research project (2007-2010) about Korean new media culture funded by the Helsingin Sanomat Foundation has ended a few years ago, the typing of Korea-related texts is not. Here are a few of my recent recent publications.

Eomjijok – The Korean thumb tribe. Reflections of young and urban Koreans’ mobile communication in Digital Pioneers. Cultural drivers of future media culture (ed. by Sonja Kangas). Published by the Finnish Youth Research Society. [READ THE WHOLE BOOK]

Keeping in Touch: The Significance of the Mobile Phone to Young People in South Korea in IADIS International Journal on WWW/Internet, 8 (2): 28-41. [SEE THE CONTENTS OF THE ISSUE and mail me for a copy]

“Our Beautiful Land Dokdo!” The Role of Rhetoric and Nationalist Narrative in South Korean Attitudes to the Ownership of the Disputed Dokdo Island. Teoksessa Desmond Ball, Anthony Milner, Matthew Hill & Mary Quilty (toim.), The Languages of Security in the Asia-Pacific: Case Studies. Australian Research Council-Australian National University. [In Press, READ MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT]

In case you know Finnish and are interested in Korean visions of education, see my interview for YLE Teema: Hyppytunti, a program about education below (extended online version, first aired 12 Dec 2011).

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