Comm 146Writing an academic essay for kpop. My topic is hybridity.

Be sure your keyword entry is at least 1,500 words in length and includes the following additional elements directly embedded on the page:

Submit the URL for your specific page. Comments and grades will be provided to you via Canvas.Comm 146 (Fall 2020)
“K-Pop Keywords”
Bibliography + Links to Media Artifacts
Due by 5pm on Tue, Nov 3 [Week 5]
Please list all of the scholarly and popular sources you plan on using to help you write you your keyword entry. Remember that you must reference at least three outside scholarly sources (books or articles ok) and two popular media sources (news articles, magazine stories, documentaries made by a reputable platform/director). You may use as many sources assigned in the syllabus as you would like.
If you plan on referring to any blog posts in your entry, be sure that you are not using them to support your argument, unless you can verify the information it contains. You are, however, encouraged to use blogs as part of a discourse analysis (i.e., texts analyze to make a point about how certain terms, ideas, and figures are understood and represented in popular culture).
Please list your sources below using either MLA or Chicago Manual of Style format.
Finally, please also include links to media artifacts you plan on embedding into your page along with a one-sentence description of how you plan on using it to augment your write-up in some way. You are not committing to using these specific artifacts — the purpose of this part of the assignment is to get you started on looking for useful media elements and thinking about how to use them in an integrated way.
Scholarly Sources [3]

  1. (PDF) Between Hybridity and Hegemony in K-Pop’s Global … (n.d.). Retrieved November 2, 2020, from…
  1. Oh, C. (2015, May 01). K-popscape : Gender fluidity and racial hybridity in transnational Korean pop dance. Retrieved November 02, 2020, from…
  1. K -POP GENRES : A CROSS -CULTURAL EXPLORATION. (n.d.). Retrieved November 2, 2020, from…

Popular Sources [2]

  1. (2020, June 18). These 6 Foreign K-pop Idols Were Chosen as The Leaders of Their Groups. Retrieved November 02, 2020, from…
  2. The Spectator. (2019, April 18). The growing international influence of K-Pop. Retrieved November 02, 2020, from…

Blog Sources [optional]

Links to media artifacts [2-3]


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