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Transcript of Ethnic Conflicts
What is a "conflict"?
Types of Conflict
in Relation to Human Communication
Theories of Cultural Conflict
Ethnic Conflict Theories
Contacts and Connections
Falling in Line
Korean-American vs African-American Culture
Perception of each other
Group-oriented World View
Strong sense of shared community
Adaptable family roles
Korean-American to African-American
African-American to Korean-American
1850 - 1890
African Americans arrived as servants
Brought to Virginia, exploited by the European Powers to be sold to slave traders as indentured servants
Dutch West India Company introduced slavery
Massachusetts legalized slavery
notable for taking part in the US independence
American Civil War
Jim Crow Laws
The Great Migration (1910)
Oriental Exclusions Act
Civil Rights Movement (1954)
Improvement of Social and Economic Conditions
1966 - 1975
Civil Rights Act
Voting Rights Act
Black Power Movement
Douglas Wilder is elected,
first African American in office (1989)
Barack Obama elected as President
American missionaries promoted Protestant religion (1884)
Koreans entered through San Francisco to work
in place of Chinese and Japanese workers (1904-1907)
Immigration and Nationality Act (1952)
Korean War (1953)
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965
Arrival of Korean immigrants
Koreans started small businesses
Model Minority (1980-1990s)
Martin Luther King
Seo Jae Pil
Ahn Chang Ho
Mayor Marion Barry
Rodney King verdict
Two Major Reasons for Conflict
Black Americans believe that Koreans are invading their turf.
There are 12 Koreatowns in the USA
Blacks think that the Asians are using their business savvy in order to get all the profit and benefits of being the minority.
Asians see African Americans as jealous people who are wrongly persecuting them because of their economic success.
Asians are also resentful that the Blacks seem to get social benefits even if they are not working hard like they do.
“They hope I don't pull out a gat and try to rob
their funky little store, but bitch, I gotta job.
So don't follow me up and down your market
Or your little chop-suey ass will be a target of the
Choose with the people
That's what the boy got
so pay respect to the Black fist
Or we'll burn down your store, right down to a crisp
and then we'll see you
'Cause you can't turn the ghetto into Black Korea”
-from Ice Cube's “Black Korea”
Validation of Attributions
in the Philippine Setting
MILF vs MNLF
Adriano | Cansino | Carolino | Cordero | Isidoro | Labador
An Exploratory Test of the Effects of Computer-assisted Intercultural Training
A Possible Means for Reducing Ethnic Conflict?
Eunkyong Lee Yook
George Mason University, USA
Rev Henry Dodge Appenzeller
Emancipation Proclamation (1863)
History of Black-Asian Interactions
Alternative Intercultural Sensitizers
DiversityDNA: Cultural Diversity that Sticks
Who am I? Race Awareness Game
Ethnic Conflict in the Philippine Setting