International Studies and Languages
Samuel P. Huntington and the theory of the political good claim that any interactions between different religious and ethnic groups will bring about conflict. Therefore, “multiculturalism” only connotes the existence of more than one culture, with no hybridization between them. However, with increasing globalization and migration, it is becoming more difficult for a state to maintain one political identity. Through the example of Koreans in America and Korean-Americans, it will be shown that multiculturalism is not just a source of conflict, but actually connotes the harmonious combination of multiple cultures in one entity, becoming an identity itself.
"Korean Americans and Multiculturalism: Beyond the Demographics,"
Vol. 6, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/globaltides/vol6/iss1/2