Table of contents for Korean attitudes toward the United States : changing dynamics / edited by David I. Steinberg.


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Foreword
	Robert L. Gallucci
Introduction 
Anti-American Sentiment in the Korean Context
	David I. Steinberg
Part I. Global, Regional, and Comparative Perspectives
1. Anti-Americanism in the Age of American Unipolarity
	G. John Ikenberry
2. Pacific Co-Prosperity? The San Francisco System and Its Implications in Comparative Perspective
	Kent E. Calder
3. Anti-Americanism in Japan
	Brad Glosserman
4. A Japanese Perspective on Anti-Americanism
	Yoichi Funabashi
5. Unilateralism and Its Discontents: The Passing of the Cold War Alliance and Changing Public Opinion in the Republic of Korea
	Meredith Woo-Cumings
6. Anti-Americanism in Korea and Germany: Comparative Perspectives
	Ronald Meinardus
Part II. Structural and Strategic Phenomena
7. The Structural Basis of "Anti-Americanism" in the Republic of Korea
	Bruce Cumings
8. Anti-Americanism and the United States Role in Inter-Korean Relations
	Victor D. Cha
9. Between Banmi (Anti-Americanism) and Sungmi (Worship of the U.S.): Dynamics of Changing U.S. Images in South Korea 
	Chung-in Moon
Part III. Alliance Perspectives
10. Revamping the Korean-American Alliance: New Political Forces, Paradigms, and Roles and Missions
	Chung Min Lee
11. Brothers vs. Friends: Inter-Korean Reconciliation and Emerging Anti-Americanism in South Korea
	Kim Sung-han
12. The US-Korean Status of Forces Agreement as a Source of Continuing Korean Anti-American Attitudes
	James V. Feinerman
13. Anti-Americanism, Korean Style
	Hahm Chaibong
IV. Civil Society Perspectives
14. Citizen Power in Korean-American Relations
	Katharine H.S. Moon
15. Perception of American People, Society, and Influence: Psychological, Social, and Cultural Analysis of Anti-American Sentiments in South Korea
	Uichol Kim with Young-Shin Park
16. Changing Perceptions in U.S.-Korean Relations, and the Rise of Anti-Americanism
	William Watts
17. The Tipping Point: Kwangju, May 1980
	William M. Drennan
18. Anti-Americanism or Anti-Baseism: U.S.-South Korean Relations Through Changing Generations
	Brent (won-ki) Choi
19. Industry and National Identity: Globalizing Korean Auto Manufacture
	Dennis L. McNamara
Conclusion
Anti-American Sentiment in Korea and Its Importance: A Guide for the Perplexed?
	David I. Steinberg
About the Editor and Contributors
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Relations Korea (South) Congresses, Korea (South) Relations United States Congresses, United States Foreign public opinion, Korean Congresses, Public opinion Korea (South) Congresses, Anti-Americanism Korea (South) Congresses