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Visuality, Emotions and Minority Culture: Feeling Ethnic.
Erni, John Nguyet.
[Place of publication not identified] : Springer Science and Business Media : Springer, 2016.
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Editor and Contributors; 1 Introduction: Affect and Critical Multiculturalism in Asia; Acknowledgments; References; 2 How Does One Feel Ethnic? Embodiment and Urban Space; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Ethnicity; 2.3 Embodiment and Ethnicity; 2.4 Weather; 2.5 Food; 2.6 Context; 2.7 Feeling Ethnic in Hong Kong; 2.8 Conclusion; References; 3 Queer Fish: Eating Ethnic Affect; 3.1 Eating, Race, Disgust; 3.1.1 What You Eat Is You; 3.2 Eating Ethnic; 3.3 More-Than-Human Eating; 3.4 Affective Eating and Habitus; Acknowledgments; References

4 Negotiating Difference and Cultural Minoritization: Chinese Migrant Workers in Singapore's Little India4.1 Cultural Diversity at Work; 4.2 New Immigrants in Singapore; 4.3 Yanjun-Kitchen Hand/Cleaner at an Indian Restaurant; 4.4 Discussion; References; 5 Are There "Proper" Migrants? The Making of Affective Personhood Through Films by Migrants in South Korea; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 "Migrant Films" and Affective Personhood; 5.3 The Emergence of "Migrant Films" in South Korea; 5.4 Proper Marriage Migrants as Performers of South Korean-ness

5.5 The Emergence of "Testimonial" Films Using Mobile Phones5.6 Conclusion; References; 6 Sugarcoated Racism: Managing Racialized Anxieties in Hong Kong Television Drama; 6.1 Background; 6.2 No Good Either Way; 6.3 Study Race from Stereotypes to Narrative; 6.4 Affective Narrative Study: Cultural Signpost and Structure of Feeling; 6.5 Anxiety Is an Everyday Affect; 6.6 Problematizing EM's Localness with Access to Cantoneseness; 6.7 Converting Shum Shui Po into a 'Racially-Easy Space'; 6.8 Problematizing the Intra-racial Relationships; 6.9 The Affective Figuration of Ethnic Troublemaker

6.10 Conclusion: Sweetened Trouble and Sugarcoated RacismReferences; 7 Happy Campers: "All About Us" and Self-representation; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 "The Right to Culture" Through Cultural Participation; 7.3 Showcasing Ethnic Feelings Through Visual Narratives; 7.3.1 Conditions for Communicating Affect; 7.3.2 Oneness: Desiring Universality; 7.3.3 Authority and Authenticity; 7.3.4 From Retribution to Forgiveness; 7.3.5 On Happiness; 7.3.6 Girls' Space; References; 8 What's Love Got to Do with Ethnic Tensions in Hong Kong?; 8.1 Love, Hate, and Nationalism; 8.2 Ethnicizing Antagonism

8.3 Ethnocratic Structure and Affective Dimension8.4 Anxiety of Other Ethnic Groups; References; 9 Learning Critical Multicultural Empathy Through Ethnic Minorities' Media Self-representation in Japan; 9.1 The Concept of Empathy; 9.2 Empathy for Critical Multicultural Understanding; 9.3 Student Responses to the Film PermanĂȘncia; 9.3.1 Bullying; 9.3.2 Cultural Difference; 9.3.3 Identity Struggle; 9.4 Conclusion; References; 10 Hegemonic Pan-Ethnic White Australian Masculinity: Feeling Masculine During Mediated-Assemblages; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 Buying Phone Credit; 10.3 Chinese Ethnicities
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