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KOR 352 FA19 101 Quiz week 6 Question 1 (0.25 points) Which of the following correctly describe the differences in food consumption between Talgoljjagi and Yoido residents in Laura Nelson’s eth nogr... aphy, Measured Excess? Question 1 options: More educated Yoido women fed their family natural and healthy food mostly made up of rice, vegetables, and fish Even poorer urban families in South Korea came to heavily rely on commercially offered foods by the early 1990s Talgoljjagi women rarely shared food with neighbors due to their limited budget Grocery shopping was burden for some Talgoljjagi women while it offered refreshing escape for other Talgoljjagi women Question 2 (0.25 points) Which of the following correctly describes frugality in South Korea in the early 1990s according to Laura Nelson’s ethnography, Measured Excess? Question 2 options: Traditional yangban culture helped South Koreans to rapidly develop capitalism Frugality is modern value that appeared in the process of industrialization in South Korea Christian organizations passed along a message of egalitarianism and thrift in south Korea Frugality and nationalism ideologically conflicted with each other Which of the following correctly describe different attitudes towards capitalism between Americans and South Koreans according to Laura Nelson’s ethnography, Measured Excess? Question 3 options: South Koreans bourgeoisie attained a position of hegemony from the beginning of country’s modernization Americans think the pursuit of profit for personal gain as the ultimate motivation of a healthy capitalist economy Americans believe the public benefits of capitalism need to be engineered by agents acting in the interest of society South Koreans have imitated American attitudes towards capitalism for fast economic development Question 4 (0.25 points) Which of the following is irrelevant for consumer morality in Laura Nelson’s ethnography, Measured Excess? Question 4 options: Consumer opportunities blossomed in the 1980s The new consumer opportunities underscored the economic gap between the rich and the poor South Korean government guaranteed individual freedom in consumer market after country’s democratization A discursive backlash was generated Question 5 (0.25 points) Which of the following is irrelevant for the facts and meanings of food in Laura Nelson’s ethnography, Measured Excess? Question 5 options: Annual per-capita rice consumption dropped over the years Once South Korea successfully started off industrialization, hunger became an obsolete theme The Engels Coefficient in the average urban household had dropped by 1990 Korean cuisine was portrayed as evidence of the unrecognized scientific discoveries of Korean traditional culture Question 6 (0.25 points) Korean men were not affected by nationalist propaganda (Be an industrial soldier!) and familial duty for their career building while women workers in Seung-Kyung Kim’s ethnography, Class Struggle or Family Struggle? were heavily affected by both nationalist and familial values. Question 6 options: True False Question 7 (0.25 points) Which of the following commodities is the most significant marker of South Korea’s arrival at a sophisticated stage of industrial and economic development? Question 7 options: Car Travel abroad High quality US beef Internationally recognized designer brands Question 8 (0.25 points) Which of the following is irrelevant for the Korean consumer market according to Laura Nelson’s ethnography, Measured Excess? Question 8 options: American products had been available through black-market sales since the late 1940s South Korean government had cared about standard of living in the country a lot from the beginning of industrialization South Korean government had mapped out a long-term strategy for export-led economic development South Koreans had experienced overpricing of consumer goods on the domestic market [Show More]

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