ISSN: 2432-4272 The IAFOR International Conference on Global Studies 2017: Official Conference Proceedings

GLOBAL2017 NH Collection Barcelona Constanza, Barcelona, Spain
GLOBAL2017 Conference Theme: “Global Realities: Precarious Survival and Belonging”
Friday, July 14 - Sunday, July 16, 2017
ISSN: 2432-4272

Conference Proceedings

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Proceedings Contents


The Migrant Protagonists in Ignacio del Moral’s La Mirada del Hombre Oscuro and José Moreno Arenas’ La Playa
Eugenia Charoni
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Transracial Adoption: Love and Pain
Michelle Elmitt
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'Cross-Temporal Icons: Amazonian Globality'
Blanca Barreto Puente
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Legal Measures to Waive Abortions in ASEAN Countries
Chanin Maneedam
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Representation of 411 Protest in Jakarta in the News: A Transitivity Analysis
Muchamad Sholakhuddin Al Fajri
Maulana Malik
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Silk Road as Political Metaphor: Quest for an Ideal World in Ancient Korea
Jong Yoon Doh
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Registration of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contestation of Belongings in Northeast Asia
Sunhee Park
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New Introspection on Cultural Policy Regarding Urban Regeneration
Saemee Kim
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Exploration of Justice in the REDD+ Project Implementation in Indonesia
Marsya Mutmainah Handayani
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The Platonic Doctrine of Untruth: Heidegger’s Interpretation of Plato’s Theaetetus and the Natural Possibility of Opinion
SangWon Lee
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Ordinary Interaction and Disconnection - Relationships Between South Koreans and North Korean Refugees –
ChunHeung Mo
Junsung Han
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The Realities of North Korean Resettlers: The Affective Politics of Citizenship in Reality TV Programs Featuring North Korean Resettlers
Soochul Kim
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Theoretical Implications of Cosmopolitanism and South Korean Social Studies Textbooks Analysis
Choi Seoungin
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