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|Title:||NEOLIBERAL LABOUR MIGRATION REGIMES AND CHANGING CLASS IDENTITIES OF MIGRANTS: THE CASE OF NEPAL-SOUTH KOREA MIGRATIONS||Authors:||SEO SEON YOUNG||Keywords:||Neoliberal migration regime, class identities, Nepal, Korea, Employment Permit System, transnational governmentality||Issue Date:||20-Jan-2017||Citation:||SEO SEON YOUNG (2017-01-20). NEOLIBERAL LABOUR MIGRATION REGIMES AND CHANGING CLASS IDENTITIES OF MIGRANTS: THE CASE OF NEPAL-SOUTH KOREA MIGRATIONS. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This thesis examines changing class identities of Nepalese migrants in the processes of Nepal-South Korea temporary labour migrations. Focusing on the Employment Permit System in Korea, which is characterised as a neoliberal immigration regime, I look at class identities of migrants from three perspectives which are interconnected one another; transnational governmentality, temporalities and spatialities. Firstly, I analyse the pre-departure processes that are managed by both states. I demonstrate how these processes affect the construction of anticipated identities of middle-class prospective Nepalese migrants as docile underclass workers in Korea. Secondly, I examine the temporalities of class identities in assessing the motivations for migration, the temporary migration regime, and the subjective experiences of migrant workers in Korea. Lastly, I analyse the spatialities of class identities by examining the ways in which Nepalese migrants produce transnational spaces and exploring how their class identities are negotiated in these spaces.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/135908|
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