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"Digital Punk Rock Spirit:" A Spatial Reorientation of Asian American Diasporic Subcultural Subjectivities

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2017-January-01
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This thesis is about Asian Americans creating and seeking a spaces of belonging, in and between essentialisms of racial, national, ethnic, and cultural borders. Starting from the 1800s, Chinese laborers formed ethnic communities and contested their belonging under the state-sanctioned...

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Branding the Globe: The Real Madrid Takeover

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2014-January-01
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Real Madrid got its start in 1902, but it wasn't until the 1950s under Santiago Bernabéu as president and his squad of international superstars that the team began to make a name for themselves as the best, winning five championships...

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Everyone's a Critic: An Exploration of Yelp.com and Food Media

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2014-January-01
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Everyone today seems to be a critic. As our online and offline lives become increasingly intertwined, we have never had so many sites that depend upon consumer opinion-making for content. User-generated media satisfies the needs of certain consumers, but consumers...

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Korean International Students (yuhaksaengs) in New York City: A phenomenological study on the US college experiences of Korean international students in relation to privilege, class, and race

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2021-January-01
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This study examines the college experiences of Korean international (KI) students who are currently enrolled in U.S. colleges located in New York City (NYC); it attempts to understand and humanize their personal experiences and struggles in the educational sphere before...

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Objects of an American Memory: Settler hauntology on display in the Hudson Valley antique store and college campus

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2022-April-01
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Underground or under ground: punk, death, and transcendence in an unreal world

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2016-January-01
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The truism that punk is dead reverberates throughout basements, record stores, and community centers across the world. What does this mean? Was punk ever alive? What does punk even mean in the first place? This thesis seeks to explore these...

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