This study's objectives are as follows: 1) To explore migrant youth’s experiences as left-behind offspring in their origins and the effects of their migration for their positionality and belonging, 2) to investigate the individual, sociocultural and legal factors influencing the negotiation of migrant youth’s positionality and belonging in their destination, and 3) to analyse the influence of migrant youth’s flexible positionality and belonging as well as initial migration for their prospective life course plans, including any migration.
2013, B.A. Geography Education; Common Social Studies Education, Department of Social Studies Education, Ewha Womans University, South Korea
2016~2018, Researcher, Seoul Foundation of Women and Family, Seoul, South Korea
Lee, H. and Lee, Y., 2018, Reconstruction of Bordering and Ordering in Chinese Cluster, Daerim 2-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, The Journal of Localitology, 20, 7~41.
Lee, Y., Li, Y. and Lee, H., 2014, Residential Characteristics of Korean-Chinese and Han-Chinese and Their Making-Place in Seoul, Korea, Journal of the Korean Urban Geographical Society, 17(2), 15~31.
Lee, H., Lee, Y., Shin, J., and Lee, H., 2014, Transnational Migration and the Locality Change of Origin - The case of Feng Lin Cun, Wang Qing Xian -, Journal of the Korean Urban Geographical Society, 17(1), 29~42.
Lee, Y., Li, Y., and Lee, H., Korean Chinese Networks of Trans-migration and Socio-spatial Change in Yanbian, China, Journal of the Korean Urban Geographical Society, 16(3), 55~70.
Korean Chinese (Joseonjok), Migrant youth, Positionality, Identity, Citizenship, In-betweenness, South Korea
Social Justice, Cities and Citizenship