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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2020;11(1): 226-234.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2020.11.1.226
The Ecology of the Cultural Topography and ‘Glocality’ of the Korean-Japanese Diaspora
Youngho LEE
Professional Researcher, Japanese Institute Dongguk University
在日ディアスポラの生態学的文化地形と グローカリティー
(韓国)東国大学校日本学研究所専門研究員。日本近現代文学·文化専攻、在日朝鮮人の研究。論文に 在日 朝鮮人雑誌季刊まだんの作品分析―「アンニョンヒアボジ」と「無花果」を中心に― (跨境/日本語文学研究
Correspondence  Youngho LEE ,Email: kordiaspora@naver.com
Published online: 30 December 2020.
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The objective of this thesis is to introduce the Korean-Japanese diaspora research project currently being carried out in Korea, and also to collate research data that can help to promote exchanges and cooperative arrangements in East Asia. For this purpose, this thesis introduces the work of the Japanology Institute at Dongguk University, a priority research institute which is engaged in a support project of the National Research Foundation of Korea, on the issue of . In September 2017, the Japanology Institute was selected to lead this six-year project, which will be completed in 2023. The project is being carried out by experts in the various components of the Korean-Japanese diaspora. In Step1, several areas of interest were established, namely , , and , and a project reference library was also opened. Step 2 is currently being undertaken, entailing convergence/creativity interdisciplinary research. Through the process of carrying this research agenda forward, it will be possible to more comprehensively understand the overall ecology of the Korean-Japanese diaspora, and also to establish the cultural topography of this diaspora from the perspective of ‘glocality’. In this way, the Japanology Institute at Dongguk University hopes to establish a general diaspora research platform, and then to grow into a world-class Korean-Japanese diaspora research institute.
Keywords: Korean Residents in Japan, Diaspora, Glocality, Ecological Cultural Topography, Priority Research Institute Support Project

キ―ワ―ド: 在日コリアン, ディアスポラ, グローカリティ-, 生態学的文化地形, 重点研究所支援事業
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