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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Joseph Cheah , Grace Ji-Sun Kim

ABSTRACT

Asian American historiography reveals that discrimination, stereotyping, and racism occurred from the beginning of the arrival of the Chinese, the first group of Asians in the mid-nineteenth century. These Asian migrants faced tremendous difficulties and hardships and tried their best to overcome political, social, and cultural discrimination. Over the years, Asian men were stereotyped in the American media and society as clown (jester, nonthreatening), or nerd (socially inept, sexually undesirable), or martial artists (mysterious “other”). Asian women were typecast as Dragon Lady (hypersexual, immoral, aggressive) or Lotus Blossom (submissive, docile, passive). When we examine the worldwide phenomenon of Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” we realize that in certain ways Psy fits into the Asian male stereotype of a jester, offering goofy laughs for all. As Psy rose in popularity and recordbreaking music statistics, many are left asking the question, “Are we laughing at Psy?” More... »

PAGES

8-34

Book

TITLE

Theological Reflections on "Gangnam Style"

ISBN

978-1-349-47658-9
978-1-137-37033-4

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