South Korea in Transition: Politics and Culture of Citizenship 1st Edition
South Korea has continued to impress the world in the way it has harnessed social modernization, economic development, political democratization and, most recently, multi-faceted globalization. Relying on both established and inventive citizenship perspectives, the authors in this volume collectively show that all these diverse societal transformations and achievements can be concretely and systematically comprehended in conjunction with citizens reshaping identities, rights, and duties in civil society and national polity.
About the Author
Chang Kyung-Sup is a professor of sociology at Seoul National University, specialized in institutional sociology and comparative political economy. He has recently authored South Korea under Compressed Modernity (2010) and edited Contested Citizenship in East Asia (with Bryan S. Turner, 2012) and Developmental Politics in Transition (with Ben Fine and Linda Weiss, 2012).
- ASIN : B073RQBWXP
- Publisher : Routledge; 1st edition (July 5, 2017)
- Publication date : July 5, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 5855 KB
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- Print length : 208 pages