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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.49 The Anthropology of Korea:East Asian Perspectives

September 29, 1998 Publication

Edited by Mutsuhiko Shima, Roger L.Janelli

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Contents
Preface
Names and Romanizations
Acknowledgments
Contributors
1. Introduction
SHIMA Mutsuhiko and Roger L. JANELLI
2. The Persistence of Korean Family Norms in a Confucian State: An Analysis of Eighteenth-Century Criminal Cases
Hesung Chun KOH
3. Retrieving the Past with Genealogies
SHIMA Mutsuhiko
4. The Confucian Construction of a Cultural Community in Contemporary South Korea
KIM Kwang-ok
5. Belief in Malevolent Spirits
CH'OE Kil-song
6. Social Change and Christianity in Modern South Korean Society
HIDEMURA Kenji
7. Community and Kinship in a Southern Korean Village
YOO Myung-ki
8. Unilateral Kindred: A Reconsideration in East Asian Societies
SUENARI Michio
9. Coordination and Brokerage: Leadership in Community Developmentin Rural Korea
ITO Abito
10. The Genealogy of "Making Harmony" among Co-Workers of a South Korean Conglomerate
Roger L. JANELLI and Dawnhee YIM
11. Aspects of Yangbanization
ASAKURA Toshio
12. Yangbanization in Comparative Perspective: The View from South China
James L. WATSON
Index

 
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