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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Orientation 8/27 { 7 0 1 D 0 A 8 F -E 2 1 D -4 6 A 3 -A 6 D 3 -E 9 C 2 A 8 E 0 E 3 } POLI TI CS OF DI VI DED KOREA 22 Political Science 144B (Fall 2009) Hong Yung Lee Tu Th 11:00-12:30 / 160 Kroeber 798 Barrows Hall Office hour: Th 1:30-2:30 Graduate Student Instructors: Sunil Kim & 33 To provide an overview of modern Korean society and to examine its basic institutions, culture, and recent experiences of economic and political change The special attention to its industrialization experience and to the nature of political and social movements appeared during this process The main questions explored include what kind of modern, industrial society South Korea will become as a consequence of all these rapid economic and social changes North Korea will be studied as well, but due to the limitation of available materials, only limited time will be given to North Korea Objectives 44 Organized both chronologically and thematically. Covers all major political events in contemporary Korean politics: l starting with the collapse of the traditional order in the last days of the Yi dynasty; l proceeding to address Japanese colonialism; l Korean national division and the subsequent war; l political evolution in both South and North; and l ending with the recent political democratization of South Korea. Supplements the chronologically organized narrative of political events with thematic issues such as economic development, social changes, protest Or ganization 55 Oh, John Kie-chiang. 1999. Korean Politics: The Quest for Democratization and Economic Development. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Koo, Hagen. 2001. Korean Workers: The Culture and Politics of Class Formation . Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Kihl, Young Whan. 2005. Transforming Korean Politics: Democracy, Reform and Culture . Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Suh, Dae-Sook. 1988. Kim I l Sung, The Nor th Korean Leader. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Kang, Chol-hwan and Pierre Rigoulot. 2001. The Aquariums of Pyongyang: Ten Years in the Nor th Korean Gulag. New York, Books Available for Pur chase 66 Midterm Exam (25%): October 15 (Thursday) Term Paper (25%): November 24 (Tuesday) l 10 pages, typewritten & doublespaced Final Exam (40%): December 15 Requir ements 77 Themes: l Why Study Korea?...
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