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정기간행물 / Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies(발간완료) The Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies VOL.4-1
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    • Editor's Note [366.55KB]
    • Coming to Terms with the Past in Eastern Europe and Lessons for a Future United Korea with Special Reference to Hungary [526.98KB]
    • The Political Economy of South Korean Trade Growth and Social Change, 1963-2013 [591.75KB]
    • Migration vs. Repatriation to South Korea in the Past and Present [557.23KB]
    • Reconsidering Korea’s Aid Policies in the New Era of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: In Search of Transformative and Strategic Governance for Development Effectiveness [739.22KB]
    • Hallyu in India: A Study of the Reception of Korean Culture in India Today [455.32KB]
    • Position Paper Concerning the Establishing and Development of Korean Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb [472.49KB]
    • Media and Politics [438.35KB]
    • Henry Em’s The Great Enterprise and the Search for an Alternative [644.28KB]
    • The Civilizational Meaning of Korea’s Opening in 1876 [747.54KB]
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The Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies (JCKS) - VOL.4-1

This is the sixth edition of the Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies (JCKS). The Journal offers a venue for scholarly exploration of topics related to social change and development in South Korea, particularly in the areas of Korean politics, foreign policy, economics, society, culture, and history. The journal fosters dialogue between Korean Studies scholars at home and abroad, defining key concepts and ideas undergirding South Korea’s rapid development.
This volume includes articles covering South Korea’s Official Overseas Development Aid (ODA), migration of Koreans to and from the peninsula, and South Korean trade growth and resulting social change, and the trends of Hallyu in India, with each author offering thoughtful analyses of their subject area. Korea was a Japanese colony for thirty-five years and became independent after the Second World War. Its development was helped along with assistance from the UN and overseas aid. Today it is one of the ten largest economies in the world and has gone from being an aid recipient to a donor.  

Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies
Volume 4 Number 1 March 2017


Editor’s Note: KIM Youngho

KIM Dae Soon, Nigel SWAIN/ Coming to Terms with the Past in Eastern Europe and Lessons for a Future United Korea with Special Reference to Hungary
PARK Kyungro/ The Political Economy of South Korean Trade Growth and Social Change, 1963-2013
German KIM/ Migration vs. Repatriation to South Korea in the Past and Present
KIM Taekyoon/ Reconsidering Korea’s Aid Policies in the New Era of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: In Search of Transformative and Strategic Governance for Development Effectiveness
Pankaj N. MOHAN/ Hallyu in India: A Study of the Reception of Korean Culture in India Today

Korean Studies Abroad
Dalibor BLAŽINA/ Position Paper Concerning the Establishing and Development of Korean Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb

PARK Bum-jin/ Media and Politics

Book Reviews
IM Chong-Myong/ 'Henry Em’s The Great Enterprise and the Search for an Alternative

Culture Critiques
KIM Gi-Bong/ The Civilizational Meaning of Korea’s Opening in 1876
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