Dong-Hoon Seol; Geon-Soo Han
January 2004
Harvard Asia Quarterly;Winter2004, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p45
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the discrimination of foreign migrant workers in Korea. It discusses the reasons behind discrimination and measures for eliminating it. It illustrates the realities of the lives of manual workers in the country. It distinguishes the two categories of patterns of discrimination including institutional and operational discrimination.


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