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  • 1
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    Honolulu, Hawaii : Univ. Press of Hawaii ; 1.1977(1978) -
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    ISSN: 0145-840X , 1529-1529
    Language: English
    Dates of Publication: 1.1977(1978) -
    Parallel Title: Online-Ausg. Korean studies
    DDC: 910
    Keywords: Gesellschaft ; Korea Nordkorea ; Südkorea ; Gesellschaft ; Korea ; Nordkorea ; Südkorea ; Zeitschrift ; Koreaner
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  • 2
    Book
    Book
    Honolulu : Univ. Press of Hawaii
    ISBN: 0824806735
    Language: English
    Pages: XX, 438 S
    Series Statement: A study from the Center for Korean studies
    DDC: 016.9519
    Keywords: Bibliografie ; Korea ; Geschichte 1980 ; Korea ; Landeskunde
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9780824890339
    Language: English
    Pages: xv, 408 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Hawaiʻi studies on Korea
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Invented traditions in North and South Korea
    DDC: 306.09519
    Keywords: Invented traditions ; Invented traditions ; Nationalism ; Nationalism ; Political culture ; Political culture ; Nordkorea ; Südkorea ; Nationalbewusstsein ; Nationalismus ; Politische Kultur
    Abstract: "Almost forty years after the publication of Hobsbawm and Ranger's The Invention of Tradition, the subject of invented traditions-cultural and historical practices that claim a continuity with a distant past but which are in fact of relatively recent origin-is still relevant, important, and highly contentious. Invented Traditions in North and South Korea examines the ways in which compressed modernity, Cold War conflict, and ideological opposition has impacted the revival of traditional forms in both Koreas. The volume is divided thematically into sections covering: (1) history, religions, (2) language, (3) music, food, crafts, and finally, (4) space. It includes chapters on pseudo-histories, new religions, linguistic politeness, literary Chinese, p'ansori, heritage, North Korean food, architecture, and the invention of children's pilgrimages in the DPRK. As the first comparative study of invented traditions in North and South Korea, the book takes the reader on a journey through Korea's epic twentieth century, examining the revival of culture in the context of colonialism, decolonization, national division, dictatorship, and modernization. The book investigates what it describes as "monumental" invented traditions formulated to maintain order, loyalty, and national identity during periods of political upheaval as well as cultural revivals less explicitly connected to political power. Invented Traditions in North and South Korea demonstrates that invented traditions can teach us a great deal about the twentieth-century political and cultural trajectories of the two Koreas. With contributions from historians, sociologists, folklorists, scholars of performance, and anthropologists, this volume will prove invaluable to Koreanists, as well as teachers and students of Korean and Asian studies undergraduate courses"--
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  • 4
    ISBN: 1557291047
    Language: English
    Pages: 231 S. , Ill. , 23 cm
    Series Statement: Korea research monograph 36
    Series Statement: Korean research monograph
    DDC: 305.8957
    Keywords: Migration, Internal History ; Koreans History ; Colonization Social aspects ; National characteristics, Korean ; Nationalism ; Korea Emigration and immigration ; History ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Koreaner ; Migration ; Ethnizität
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Korean migration in nineteenth-century Manchuria : a global theme in modern Asian history , Korean migration in nineteenth-century Manchuria : a global theme in modern Asian history , Women on the loose : household system and family anxiety in colonial Korea , An indispensable edge : American military camptowns in postwar Korea , U.S.-educated elites and the phenomenon of study abroad , Homes on the border : ethnicity, identity, and everyday space in Yanbian , Exit, voice, and refugees : a case study to understanding political stability and emigration in North Korea , Status and smoke : Koreans in Japan's opium empire , Women on the loose : household system and family anxiety in colonial Korea , An indispensable edge : American military camptowns in postwar Korea , U.S.-educated elites and the phenomenon of study abroad , Homes on the border : ethnicity, identity, and everyday space in Yanbian , Exit, voice, and refugees : a case study to understanding political stability and emigration in North Korea
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  • 5
    Language: English
    Pages: 15 S. , Ill.
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  • 6
    Book
    Book
    Honolulu : Univ. of Hawaiʿi Press
    ISBN: 0824820932 , 0824822412
    Language: English
    Pages: XI, 275 S.
    Series Statement: Hawaiʿi studies on Korea
    DDC: 996.9/00495
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    Keywords: Koreans History ; Immigrants History ; Immigrants Government policy ; Hawaii Emigration and immigration ; United States Emigration and immigration ; Government policy ; Hawaii Ethnic relations ; United States Foreign relations ; Korea Foreign relations ; Hawaii ; Koreanischer Einwanderer ; Ethnische Identität ; Soziale Integration ; Hawaii ; Koreanischer Einwanderer ; Ethnische Identität ; Soziale Integration
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 257 - 271) and index
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  • 7
    Book
    Book
    Honolulu, Hawaiʻi : University of Hawaiʻi Press
    ISBN: 9780824882556
    Language: English
    Pages: v, 185 Seiten
    Series Statement: Hawaiʻi studies on Korea
    DDC: 306.89095195
    Keywords: Divorce ; Marriage Psychological aspects ; Sex role ; Man-woman relationships ; Südkorea ; Geschlechterverhältnis ; Ehescheidung ; Ehekonflikt
    Abstract: Why do marriages break down? -- Social context -- Men's provider anxiety and self-identity -- Women's contradictory role perceptions -- The extended family: disharmony -- Culpable spouses -- Implications: doing gender.
    Abstract: "It may sound logical that individualistic attitudes boost divorce. This book argues otherwise. Conservative norms of specialized gender roles serve as the root cause of marital dissolution. Those expectations that prescribe what men should do and what women should do help break down marital relationships. Data from South Korea suggest that lingering norms of gendered roles can threaten married persons' self-identity and hence their marriages during the period of rapid structural changes. The existing literature predicting divorce does not conceptually distinguish between the process of relationship breakdown and the act of ending a marriage, implicitly but heavily focusing on the latter while obscuring the former. In contemporary societies, however, the social and economic cost of divorce is sufficiently low, i.e., stigma against divorce is minimal and economic survival after divorce is a nonissue, and leaving a marriage is no longer dictated by one's being liberal or conservative or any particular characteristics. Thus, the right question to ask is not who leaves a marriage but why a marriage goes sour to begin with. Practically no previous study on divorce has exclusively theorized the process of relationship breakdown. Not conceptually separating the act of leaving a marriage, previous studies addressing the risk factors of divorce have been rather ambiguous about how marital relationships deteriorate enough to result in dissolution. In Korea, a majority of divorces occur through mutual consent of the two spouses without any court procedure, but when one spouse files for divorce, the fault-based divorce litigation rules require the court to lay out the entire chronicle of relevant events occurring up to the legal action, often with the help of court investigators. As such, court rulings provide glimpses into the entire marital dynamics, including verbatim exchanged between the spouses. Lee argues that the typical process of relationship breakdown is related to married persons' daily practices of verifying their gendered role identity"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 8
    Book
    Book
    Honolulu, Hawaii : Univ. of Hawaii Press
    ISBN: 0824831381 , 9780824831387
    Language: English
    Pages: VIII, 237 S. , Ill., Kt.
    Series Statement: Hawaii studies on Korea
    DDC: 304.2095195
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    Keywords: Human geography ; Korea (South) Social conditions ; Korea Civilization ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Korea ; Historische Geografie
    Description / Table of Contents: Constructed places / Contested spaces: critical geographies and Korea / Timothy R. Tangherlini and Sallie Yea -- Re-spatializing Chosôn's royal capital: the politics of Japanese urban reforms and city life in early colonial Seoul, 1905-1919 / Todd A. Henry -- Demolishing colony: contested urban landscapes and the transformation of the official discourse of the nation / Jongheon Jin -- Chosôn memories: spectatorship, ideology, and the Korean folk village / Timothy R. Tangherlini -- Blame walt rostow: the sacrifice of South Korea's natural villages / David J. Nemeth -- Auspicious places in a mobile landscape: of shamans, shrines, and dreams / Laurel Kendall -- Kyeryong Mountain as Contested Place / Je-Hun Ryu -- Kyôngju namsan: heterotopia, place-agency, and historiographic leverage / Robert Oppenheim Margin -- The Seoul train station square: thoughts on geographical history and welfare citizenship / Jesook Song -- Cyberspace and a space for gays in South Korea / Michael J. Pettid -- Marginality, transgression, and transnational identity negotiations in Korea's kijichon / Sallie Yea
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 9
    Title: 종가제례음식 : 경상편
    Title: 宗家祭禮飮食
    Publisher: 서울 : 민속원
    ISBN: 9788928514670 , 8928514673 , 9788928514663 , 8928514665
    Language: Korean
    Pages: 231 pages , color illustrations , 24 cm
    Edition: 초판
    Series Statement: Jong ga je lye eum sig chong seo 01
    Series Statement: Min sog won 1802
    Keywords: Food habits ; Memorial rites and ceremonies, Confucian ; Ancestor worship ; Rites and ceremonies ; Ancestor worship ; Food habits ; Memorial rites and ceremonies, Confucian ; Rites and ceremonies ; Korea (South) ; Kyŏngsang-do
    Abstract: 경주 이천 서 씨 양경공 서 유 종가 -- 산청 성주 이 씨 경무공 이 제 종가 -- 함양 풍천 노 씨 송재 노 숙동 종가 -- 안동 진성 이 씨 노송정 이 계양 종가 -- 김천 연안 이 씨 정양공 이 숙기 종가.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 231)
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  • 10
    Title: 종가제례음식 : 경기, 강원편
    Title: 宗家祭禮飮食
    Publisher: 서울 : 민속원
    ISBN: 9788928514663 , 8928514665 , 9788928515158 , 8928515157
    Language: Korean
    Pages: 206 pages , color illustrations , 24 cm
    Edition: 초판
    Series Statement: Jong ga je lye eum sig chong seo 03
    Series Statement: Min sog won 1850
    Keywords: Food habits ; Food habits ; Food Religious aspects ; Confucianism ; Memorial rites and ceremonies, Confucian ; Memorial rites and ceremonies, Confucian ; Ancestor worship ; Ancestor worship
    Abstract: 안성 경주 정 씨 양경공 정 희계 종가 -- 파주 장수 황 씨 익성공 황 희 종가 -- 용인 한양 조 씨 양경공 조 연 종가 -- 이천 진주 강 씨 문경공 강 맹경 종가 -- 양주 죽산 안 씨 양효공 안 맹담 종가.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 206)
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