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정기간행물 / Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies(발간완료) The Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies VOL.4-2
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    영문저널 vol4 no2_표지_완료.pdf [275.11 KB]
    영문저널 vol4 no2_내지_완료.pdf [3.69 MB]
    • Editor's Note [936.90KB]
    • The Future of Korean Democracy: Heterarchical Democracy and Overcoming Non-Simultaneousness [2.06MB]
    • A Theoretical Reconstruction of “Democratic Consolidation”: Concepts, Assessment, and Favorable Conditions [2.79MB]
    • Democratic Transition and Economic Democracy in Korea [8.43MB]
    • The Soviet Koreans in the Service of the Regime of KIM IL SUNG: 1945-1955 (Based on Materials in the Personal Files of the CPSU Central Committee) [1.99MB]
    • "They Are Under Our Influence”: North Korea and the Socialist Mass Party (1960-61) [2.74MB]
    • Economic Conditions and the Survival of Democracies in Korea and East Asia [2.90MB]
    • Korean Studies in Poland [1.67MB]
    • ‘Angelus Custos’ of the Democratic Struggle: Looking Back on the June Democratic Uprising of 1987, and the Struggle at Myeongdong Cathedral [1.38MB]
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 The Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies (JCKS) - VOL.4-2

Volume 4, Issue 2 of the Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies (JCKS) contains five special articles that deal with this issue’s special theme, and four general research articles. This issue looks back on South Korea’s democratization and the movement that made it possible in 1987. The anger of the people at the long-standing, violent military dictatorship that ruled South Korea erupted in mass demonstrations, and the regime was faced with no choice but to introduce a directly elected presidency. The results were disappointing to many in the democratic camp, but given how South Korean democracy has continued to develop, what happened in 1987 is far from meaningless. Indeed, while the directly elected presidency introduced by the prior military dictatorship has subsequently required additional reforms, it has guaranteed a level of institutional stability, and remains a prime example of success in South Korean democracy

The five articles dealing with the special theme of this issue discuss the previous 30 years of democracy in various ways, some recollect on how democratization occurred, others how the process unfolded, while some authors focusing on the consequences of the process.

Finally, Fr.A. Ham Sei Ung, relates in a personal capacity, a number of epi\-sodes that occurred during the 1987 Democratic Struggle. Ham is a living wit\-ness to Korea’s democratization movement. He was imprisoned in the 1970s for opposing the dictatorship of Park Chung-hee (the Yushin System), and was a focal point in the June 10 Democratic Uprising of 1987. His reminiscences are thus one of the highlight of this issue.

Journal of Contemporary Korean Studies
Volume 4 Number 2 November 2017


Editor’s Note: Andrei LANKOV

 IM Hyug Baeg/ The Future of Korean Democracy: Heterarchical Democracy and Overcoming Non-Simultaneousness
 KIM Hyung-Chul/ A Theoretical Reconstruction of “Democratic Consolidation”: Concepts, Assessment, and Favorable Conditions
 PARK Hyeon Seok/ Democratic Transition and Economic Democracy in Korea
 SEO Bokyeung/ Democracy Thirty Years on: South Korea's Legislative and Executive Branches
 LEE Jiho/ Transitional Justice in South Korea
 Igor SELIVANOV/ The Soviet Koreans in the Service of the Regime of KIM IL SUNG: 1945-1955 (Based on Materials in the Personal Files of the CPSU Central Committee)
 B.R. MYERS/ "They Are Under Our Influence”: North Korea and the Socialist Mass Party (1960-61)
 CHI Eunju/ Economic Conditions and the Survival of Democracies in Korea and East Asia

Korean Studies Abroad
CHOI Sungeun/ Korean Studies in Poland

 Fr.A. HAM Sei Ung/ ‘Angelus Custos’ of the Democratic Struggle: Looking Back on the June Democratic Uprising of 1987, and the Struggle at Myeongdong Cathedral
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