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Soap operas as a matchmaker: A cultivation analysis of the effects of South Korean TV dramas’ on Vietnamese women’s marital intentions
Unformatted Document Text:  SOAP OPERAS AS A MATCHMAKER 30   Hanaki, T., Singhal, A., Han, M., Kim, D., & Chitnis, K. (2007). Hanryu sweeps East Asia: How Winter Sonata is gripping Japan. International Communication Gazette, 69(3), 281. Hughes, M. (1980). The fruits of cultivation analysis: A reexamination of some effects of television watching. Public Opinion Quarterly, 44(3), 287-302. Hugo, G., & Nguyen, T. X. (2007). Marriage migration between Vietnam and Taiwan: A view from Vietnam. Paper presented at 12th Biennial Conference of the Australian Population Association, Canberra, Australia. Hyun, K. (2007). Korean modernity in between, and reception of Korean TV drama in the East Asia. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA. Jang, S. (2004). Why China receives Hanryu. Seoul, South Korea: Hakkojae. Jin, B., & Jeong, S. (2010). The impact of Korean television drama viewership on the social perceptions of single life and having fewer children in married life. Asian Journal of Communication, 20(1), 17-32. Jonesa, G., & Shenb, H. (2008). International marriage in East and Southeast Asia: trends and research emphases. Citizenship Studies, 12(1), 9-25. Jung, E. (2009). Transnational Korea: A Critical Assessment of the Korean Wave in Asia and the United States. Asian Studies, 69. Kang, J., & Morgan, M. (1990). Culture clash: Impact of U.S. television in Korea. Journalism Quarterly, 65(2), 431-438. Kim, C. (2008). Features of international marriage of Korean men to women from four Asian countries. Population and Society, 4 (1), 67-90. Kim, D. (2007). The rise of international marriage and divorce in contemporary Korea. Population and Society, 3(1), 1-36. Kim, D., Hanaki, T., Dunn, J., Chitnis, K., & Han, M. (2009). Television drama, narrative engagement and audience buying behavior. International Communication Gazette, 71(7), 595-611. Kim, H. (2007). Cross-border marriages between Vietnamese women and Korean men: The reality and problems - A view from Vietnam. Tonga Research, 52(2), 219-254. Kim, H., Chen, M., & Su, H. (2009). The impact of Korean TV dramas on Taiwanese tourism demand for Korea. Tourism Economics, 15(4), 867-873. Kim, S., Agrusa, J., Chon, K., & Cho, Y. (2008). The effects of Korean pop culture on Hong Kong residents' perceptions of Korea as a potential tourist destination. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 24(2), 163-183. Kim, S., Agrusa, J., Lee, H., & Chon, K. (2007). Effects of Korean television dramas on the flow of Japanese tourists. Tourism Management, 28(5), 1340-1353. Kubota, K., Rama, M., Vu, H., Ton, T., Kahin HA, & Tran, T, (2010). International development association program document for a proposed credit. Hanoi, Vietnam: World Bank. Le, D., Belanger, D., & Khuat, H. (2007). Transnational migration, marriage and trafficking at the China-Vietnam border. In I. Attane & C. Z. Guilmoto (Eds.), Watering the neighbour's garden: The growing demographic female deficit in Asia (pp. 393-425). Paris, France: CICRED. Lee, D.H. (2008). Popular culture capital and cultural identity. In B. Chua & K. Iwabuchi (Eds.), East Asian pop culture: Analyzing the Korean Wave (pp. 157-172). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. Lee, Y., Seol, D., & Cho, S. (2006). International marriages in South Korea: The significance of nationality and ethnicity. Journal of Population Research, 23(2), 165-182.

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Hanaki, T., Singhal, A., Han, M., Kim, D., & Chitnis, K. (2007). Hanryu sweeps East Asia: How 
Winter Sonata is gripping Japan. International Communication Gazette, 69(3), 281.  
Hughes, M. (1980). The fruits of cultivation analysis: A reexamination of some effects of 
television watching. Public Opinion Quarterly, 44(3), 287-302.  
Hugo, G., & Nguyen, T. X. (2007). Marriage migration between Vietnam and Taiwan: A view 
from Vietnam. Paper presented at 12th Biennial Conference of the Australian Population 
Association, Canberra, Australia. 
Hyun, K. (2007). Korean modernity in between, and reception of Korean TV drama in the East 
Asia. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, San Francisco, 
Jang, S. (2004). Why China receives Hanryu. Seoul, South Korea: Hakkojae. 
Jin, B., & Jeong, S. (2010). The impact of Korean television drama viewership on the social 
perceptions of single life and having fewer children in married life. Asian Journal of 
Communication, 20
(1), 17-32.  
Jonesa, G., & Shenb, H. (2008). International marriage in East and Southeast Asia: trends and 
research emphases. Citizenship Studies, 12(1), 9-25.  
Jung, E. (2009). Transnational Korea: A Critical Assessment of the Korean Wave in Asia and the 
United States. Asian Studies, 69.  
Kang, J., & Morgan, M. (1990). Culture clash: Impact of U.S. television in Korea. Journalism 
Quarterly, 65(2), 431-438.  
Kim, C. (2008). Features of international marriage of Korean men to women from four Asian 
countries. Population and Society, 4 (1), 67-90.  
Kim, D. (2007). The rise of international marriage and divorce in contemporary Korea. 
Population and Society, 3(1), 1-36.  
Kim, D., Hanaki, T., Dunn, J., Chitnis, K., & Han, M. (2009). Television drama, narrative 
engagement and audience buying behavior. International Communication Gazette, 71(7), 
Kim, H. (2007). Cross-border marriages between Vietnamese women and Korean men: The 
reality and problems - A view from Vietnam. Tonga Research, 52(2), 219-254.  
Kim, H., Chen, M., & Su, H. (2009). The impact of Korean TV dramas on Taiwanese tourism 
demand for Korea. Tourism Economics, 15(4), 867-873.  
Kim, S., Agrusa, J., Chon, K., & Cho, Y. (2008). The effects of Korean pop culture on Hong 
Kong residents' perceptions of Korea as a potential tourist destination. Journal of Travel 
& Tourism Marketing, 24
(2), 163-183.  
Kim, S., Agrusa, J., Lee, H., & Chon, K. (2007). Effects of Korean television dramas on the flow 
of Japanese tourists. Tourism Management, 28(5), 1340-1353.  
Kubota, K., Rama, M., Vu, H., Ton, T., Kahin HA, & Tran, T, (2010). International development 
association program document for a proposed credit. Hanoi, Vietnam: World Bank. 
Le, D., Belanger, D., & Khuat, H. (2007). Transnational migration, marriage and trafficking at 
the China-Vietnam border. In I. Attane & C. Z. Guilmoto (Eds.), Watering the 
neighbour's garden: The growing demographic female deficit in Asia
 (pp. 393-425). 
Paris, France: CICRED. 
Lee, D.H. (2008). Popular culture capital and cultural identity. In B. Chua & K. Iwabuchi (Eds.), 
East Asian pop culture: Analyzing the Korean Wave (pp. 157-172). Hong Kong: Hong 
Kong University Press. 
Lee, Y., Seol, D., & Cho, S. (2006). International marriages in South Korea: The significance of 
nationality and ethnicity. Journal of Population Research, 23(2), 165-182.  

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