The championing political discourse of ‘Kyrgyzstan only for Kyrgyzs’ and practice of marginalization of minorities in Kyrgyzstan have forced the local Soviet Korean youth minority to devalue their traditional belief that assigns a strong correlation between education and upward social mobility. Amidst the paradox of a globalizing yet anti-multicultural post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan, Soviet Korean youth seem to have no alternatives but to embrace either the existing educational system with signs of glaring corruption and failure or another diaspora move.
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2015|
|Event||Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong Annual Conference 2015: Developing Scholarship in Comparative Education - The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China|
Duration: 06 Feb 2015 → 07 Feb 2015
|Conference||Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong Annual Conference 2015: Developing Scholarship in Comparative Education|
|Abbreviated title||CESHK Annual Conference 2015|
|Period||06/02/15 → 07/02/15|