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    Do Race and Gender Matter in International Assignments To/from Asia Pacific? An Exploratory Study of Attitudes among Chinese

    Tung, Rosalie L. 2008. “Do Race and Gender Matter in International Assignments To/from Asia Pacific? An Exploratory Study of Attitudes among Chinese.” Human Resource Management 47 (1): 91–110.

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    Topics: Economies, Gender, Multi-national Corporations, Race Regions: Americas, North America, Asia, East Asia Countries: China, South Korea, United States of America

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    Subalternization of Asian Women Workers in American Transnational Capitalism in the Late Twentieth Century

    Kim, Min Hoe 김민회. 2009. “Subalternization of Asian Women Workers in American Transnational Capitalism in the Late Twentieth Century.” Journal of American Studies 41 (1): 45–71.

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    Topics: Economies, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Livelihoods, Multi-national Corporations Regions: Asia, East Asia Countries: South Korea

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    Power and Representation: The Case of South Korean Women Workers

    Mee, K. H. 1998. “Power and Representation: The Case of South Korean Women Workers.” Asian Journal of Women's Studies 4 (3): 61–108.

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    Topics: Class, Economies, Gender, Women, Globalization, Livelihoods, Multi-national Corporations, Nationalism, Political Participation Regions: Asia, East Asia Countries: South Korea

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