Thesis MT GRPH 5 - Made By / by Sooyeun Kim (GGRP 2018).

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70-RG 70.04-MT GRPH 5

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Made By / by Sooyeun Kim (GGRP 2018).

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  • 2018 (Creation)

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1 PDF file, 45 p.

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America has the fastest growing population of hybrid cultures in the world. With the advent of social media; there is a tendency towards cultural homogenization. This is a process in which smaller, more localized cultures disappear in favor of more popular, dominant cultures, until there remains only one global culture. To sustain our diversity we should really be celebrating our differences. Hybrid cultures produce a generation of individuals who were born and raised in the United States are often called the second generation or hyphenated Americans. These hybrids experience a cultural conflict between their parents culture and the youth culture they live in. Their unique ethnic characteristics and traditions enforced upon them by their parents turn out to be racial barriers that they have to overcome and or embrace in American society. This is an act of assimilation as an attempt to be accepted by society. Often times the end result is an alienation from both their heritage and the American society leading to cultural confusion. We see a need to provide a voice and a familial community for these lost souls. MADE BY is a channel broadcasting the voice of those who are living in between their heritage and young American culture utilizing all forms of media and art.

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Copyright held by Sooyeun Kim. Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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This is a thesis process book.

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