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MAIL-ORDER BRIDES. FACTORS THAT DRIVE WOMEN TO MATCHMAKING AGENCIES. Economic conditions in the Philippines resulting in the image of American males as knights in shining armor (Glodova and Onizuka 1994)

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    1. MAIL-ORDER BRIDES

    2. FACTORS THAT DRIVE WOMEN TO MATCHMAKING AGENCIES • Economic conditions in the Philippines resulting in the image of American males as knights in shining armor (Glodova and Onizuka 1994) • Internalized colonization, manifested by a romanticized image of the American man (Ordonez 1997)

    3. “You do not have to accept ‘left-overs’ or ‘rejects’ from the American singles’ scene with their ball-busting feminist attitudes.”-- Je-je.com

    4. FILIPINA ENTERTAINERS AND GLOBALIZATION

    5. MISS SAIGON AND CANNED PINEAPPLES AS METAPHORS FOR GLOBALIZATION

    6. “an untotalizable totality, which intensifies binary relations between its parts, mostly nations, but also regions and groups, which, however, continue to articulate themselves in the models of national identities.”-- Frederic Jameson, “Notes on Globalization as a Philosophical Issue,” 1998

    7. ENTERTAINERS • Around 120,000 • “They don’t care about the music. They care about the faces of the beautiful girls they see all night.” • “They want to watch the girls dance like Britney.”