Korean Identity and Belonging: A Survey
Age *
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Sex *
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Citizenship(s) *
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Years living outside of Korea: *
What is your proficiency of the Korean language? *
Beginner
Totally Fluent
What language was spoken in your home when you grew up? *
My parents... *
Are Koreans in Korea able to recognize that you were not born and raised in Korea when they first meet you? *
They can always tell, even if I’m trying
They would never know unless I told them
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Do you feel Koreans treat you the same way they treat other Korea-raised Koreans? *
Totally different
Exactly the same
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Do Koreans treat you the same way they treat other ‘foreigners’ (non-Koreans)? *
Exactly like other foreigners
Totally different from other foreigners
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How do you think your gender contributes the way you are being treated? *
Not at all
Alot
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Have you ever been labelled as a “kyopo”? *
Have you ever encountered any problems with regards to visa/citizenship issues? *
Do you feel comfortable speaking English in public spaces in Korea? *
When you speak to Koreans born and raised in Korea, about people like yourself (overseas Koreans, multiracial Koreans, adoptees, etc.) what are some of the comments, ideas, or issues that people frequently mention/raise regarding your group?
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How do these comments make you feel? How do you usually respond?
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When you see, read, or hear of Korean media coverage about people like yourself (overseas Koreans, multiracial Koreans, adoptees, etc.) what are some of the messages, themes, or issues that are often suggested, asserted, or reinforced regarding people who share your background?
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How do you feel about these repeated messages regarding people who share your background?
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What is your experience with government policies (government support, visa or immigration rules or regulations, social programs) dealing with people who share your background?
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If you could make changes to these programs and policies, at a practical policy level, or at a ‘wishful thinking’ level, what would you do?
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Have you been involved with formal or informal organizations dealing with, or formed by, people who share your background (for example, on facebook, or affiliated with a community center)? How would you summarize your experiences with these kinds of groups?
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Is there anything you feel is important to tell us, that you feel we have not covered in our questions?
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If you would not mind being contacted for an interview, please leave your email address or contact details ^^
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