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by Kenneth M. Wells

Author: Kenneth M. Wells
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press (November 1, 1995)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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The minjung (people's) movement stood at the forefront of the June 1987 nationwide tide that swept away the military in South Korea and opened up space for relatively democratic politics.

The minjung (people's) movement stood at the forefront of the June 1987 nationwide tide that swept away the military in South Korea and opened up space for relatively democratic politics.

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The five years since the conference on the minjung movement at Indiana University has been a period of considerable historical density. The import of the concatenated events following the June 1987 uprising-the long-awaited triumph of the minjung-and troubling questions over the precise direction upon which the subsequent South Korean government and, indeed, the majority of the populace have embarked, have necessitated considerable revision of the chapters dealing with the contemporary manifestations of the movement.

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oceedings{Wells1996SouthKM, title {South Korea's Minjung Movement: The Culture and Politics of Dissidence}, author {Kenneth M. Wells}, year {1996} }. Kenneth M. Wells. The minjung (people's) movement stood at the forefront of the June 1987 nationwide tide that swept away the military in South Korea and opened up space for relatively democratic politics. This volume grapples with the nature of a national development that lies at the center of the last three decades of tumult and change in South Korea.

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South Korea's Minjung Movement: The Culture and Politics of Dissidence. Published by: University of Hawai'i Press. The minjung (people's) movement stood at the forefront of the June 1987 nationwide tide that swept away the military in South Korea and opened up space for relatively democratic politics, a more responsible economy, and new directions in culture

Korea's Minjung Movement : The Culture and Politics of Dissidence. lies at the center of the last three decades of tumult and change in South Korea.

South Korea's Minjung Movement : The Culture and Politics of Dissidence. The minjung (people's) movement stood at the forefront of the June 1987 nationwide tide that swept away the military in South Korea and opened up space for relatively democratic politics, a more responsible economy, and new directions in culture. This volume is the first in English to grapple specifically with the nature of a national development that lies at the center of the last three decades of tumult and change in South Korea.

Kenneth M. Wells South Korea's minjung movement: the culture and politics of dissidence University of Hawaii at Manoa

Kenneth M. Wells South Korea's minjung movement: the culture and politics of dissidence University of Hawaii at Manoa. Center for Korean Studies - 1995 p184 "Of course, as a long novel, Im Kkokjong has a structure and continuity of plot that is absent in Ten Thousand Lives and possesses, besides, those unique strengths and aesthetic virtues of Hong which Ko Un lacks.

The minjung (people's) movement stood at the forefront of the June 1987 nationwide tide that swept away the military in South Korea and opened up space for relatively democratic politics, a more responsible economy, and new directions in culture. This volume is the first in English to grapple specifically with the nature of a national development that lies at the center of the last three decades of tumult and change in South Korea.