Footnotes for Norm Non-compliance and Erasures of Connected Memory – A Case Study of Dunkin Donuts

1 Adam Gabbatt, “Dunkin’ Donuts Apologises for ‘Bizarre and Racist’ Thai Advert,” The Guardian (Guardian News  and Media, August 30, 2013), blackface.

2 Ibid.

3 Bruce Edinhorn, et al. “In Asia, Brands Built on Racist Stereotypes Face Scrutiny,”, (Bloomberg,  25 June 2020), asia.  

4 Newley Purnell, “Images Spark Racism Debate in Thailand,” The New Yorker, accessed November 9, 2020, 5Amitav Acharya, “How Ideas Spread: Whose Norms Matter? Norm Localization and Institutional Change in Asian  Regionalism.,” International Organization 58, no. 2 (2004): pp. 239-275.

6 D’Ambruoso L. William , “Norms, Perverse Effects, and Torture,” International Theory 7 (2015): pp. 33-60, .

7 Ida Danewid, “White Innocence in the Black Mediterranean: Hospitality and the Erasure of History,” Third World  Quarterly, 2017, pp. 1360-2241,