Table of contents for Militarized modernity and gendered citizenship in South Korea / Seungsook Moon.

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Contents
Acknowledgments 000
A Note on Korean Language Conventions 000
Introduction: The Gender Politics of Nation Building and Citizenship in South Korea 
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Part I. Militarized Modernity and Gendered Mass Mobilization, 1963/1987
1. The Historical Roots and the Rise of Militarized Modernity 000
2. Mobilized to Be Martial and Productive: Men's Subjection to the Nation and the 
Masculine Subjectivity of Family Provider 000
3. Marginalized in Production and Mobilized to Be Domestic: Women's Incorporation 
into the Nation 000
Part II. The Decline of Militarized Modernity and the Trajectories of Gendered 
Citizenship, 1988/2002
4. The Decline of Militarized Modernity and the Rise of the Discourse of 
Democratization 000
5. The Trajectory of Men's Citizenship as Shaped by Military and Economic 
Mobilization 000
6. The Trajectory of Women's Citizenship as Shaped by Their Economic Marginalization 
as Reproducers 000
Conclusion: Modernity, Gender, and Citizenship 000
Chronology of Political Events 000
Notes 000
References 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sex role -- Korea (South).
Citizenship -- Korea (South).
Militarism -- Korea (South).
Korea (South) -- Social conditions.
Korea (South) -- Economic conditions -- 1960-.
Korea (South) -- Politics and government -- 1960-1988.
Korea (South) -- Politics and government -- 1988-.