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Korean Studies in the World: Korean Studies Series No. 37
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Author: Seung Ham Yang, Yeon Sik Choi & Jong Kun Choi
Publisher: Jimoondang
Pub. Date: Jan. 2008
Pages: 196
Cover: Hardcover
Dimensions (in inches): 9.09 x 6.14 x 0.75
ISBN: 9788988095256
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Despite South Korea's economic achievement and democratic consolidation, Korean Studies as a chapter of Area Studies and Social Science have been under-studied compared to Japan and China studies. This can be attributed to the lack of the discipline's efforts to compile the diverse academic achievements in various areas of Korean Studies. Moreover, Korean Studies have also lacked interdisciplinary approaches to reflect upon South Korea's history, language, politics and art history.
This volume brings together top Korean specialists around the world in such diverse issues as methodologies on area studies, democracy, history, philosophy and art history. All the contributors in this volume probe various aspects of Korean Studies and provide a multi-dimensional and up-to-date portrait of Korea in the 21st century. Each chapter provides unique and original ideas on how to approach Korea from Area Studies perspective, how Korea's democracy has evolved, how intra- and inter-national identity are being shaped in and around the Korean peninsula and how Korean art have been used as a medium to reflect Korean mindsets.

Preface

Korean Studies in the United States: A Comparative Perspective from Berkeley
T. J. Pempel
Ⅰ. General Trends in Korean Studies in the US
Ⅱ. The Berkeley Experience with Korean Studies
Ⅲ. Problems Impeding Future Expansion

Tocqueville and Transitions to Democracy: West and East
Cheryl B. Welch
Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Qui-tes Vous M. de Tocqueville?
Ⅲ. Democratic Transitions: The Challenge for Europe
Ⅳ. Contemporary Appropriations of Tocqueville
Ⅴ. Tocqueville and Transitions to Democracy in East Asia
Ⅵ. Conclusion

The Internet and Politics: South Korea in Comparative Perspective
Heike Hermanns
Ⅰ. The Internet as a Political Tool
Ⅱ. Digital Divide and Internet Usage
Ⅲ. Online Consultation and Direct Democracy
Ⅳ. Emerging New Actors and New Activities
Ⅴ. Public Sphere and Information Provision
Ⅵ. Conclusion

History as a Strategic Weapon: The Korean and Chinese Struggle over Koguryo
Terence Roehrig
Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. The History
Ⅲ. ‘China’s Koguryo’
Ⅳ. Korea’s Concerns and Response
Ⅴ. China’s Motivations
Ⅵ. Implications
Ⅶ. Conclusion

Interpreting Wangjing: Ordinary Foreigners in a Globalizing Town
Jung Min Seo
Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Chinese State’s Project of Urban-Reorganization in the Era of (Post) Modernization and the Real Estate Market
Ⅲ. Why Do They Leave Korea?
Ⅳ. Making Distinction: Internal Hierarchization in Wangjing
Ⅴ. Interpreting Wangjing: A Space of Ambivalence

Rawls’s Justice Encounters the Korean I-Ching
Dong Jin Jang
Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Rawls Asks Ilbu: A Liberal Conception of Justice Asks a Natural Conception of Justice in the Korean I-Ching
Ⅲ. Ilbu Responses to Rawls: A Natural Conception of Justice Responses to a Liberal Conception of Justice
Ⅳ. Conclusion

National Identity and Overseas Korean Art Exhibitions: From 1945 to the Early 2000s
En Young Ahn
Ⅰ. National Identity and Overseas Art Exhibitions
Ⅱ. Overseas Korean Art Exhibitions from 1945 to the 1990s: Art of ‘the People of the White’
Ⅲ. Overseas Korean Exhibitions in the 1990s: Out of the Hermit Kingdom to the World
Ⅳ. Overseas Korean Art Exhibitions in the 2000s and the ‘Dynamic Korea: Hub of Asia’
Ⅴ. Conclusion

Index

 
 

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