Table of contents for Korea confronts globalization / edited by Chang Yun-Shik, Seok Hyun-ho, and Donald L. Baker.

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Introduction: Korea in the Process of Globalization 
Chang Yun-Shik
PART I 
Status Politics
Introductory Notes 
Donald Baker
1 Globalization and Women in South Korea 
Sung-Nam Cho
2 Regionalism in Korea: Regional Origins of Imbalance in the Leadership Structure of
South Korea 
Eui-Young Yu
 
PART II. 
Class Politics
Introductory Notes
Donald Baker
3 Industrial Workers, Corporate Employers and the Government 
Chang Yun-Shik,
4 Globalization of Labour and Corporate Enterprises in South Korea: Labour Relations and Social Adjustment of Migrant Workers 
Hyun-ho Seok
5 Stumbling Democracy in South Korea: The Impacts of Globalization and Restructuring 
Hyun-Chin Lim
 
PART III. 
Politics of Faiths, Ideology, and Values 
Introductory Notes 
Donald Baker
6 Left and Right in South Korea 
Chang Yun-Shik
7 Globalization and Value Conflict in Contemporary Korea
Jonghoe Yang, 
8 Tradition Modernized : Globalization and Korea¿s New Religions
Donald Baker
 
PART IV
Societal Cohesion
Introductory Notes 
Donald Baker
9 Globalization and Welfare Reform in South Korea: Performance and Limitations 
Byung Yung Ahn
The Paradox of Korean Globalization? 
Shin Gi-Wook and Joon Nak Choi

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Korea (South) -- Politics and government -- 2002-.
Korea (South) -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Globalization -- Social aspects -- Korea (South).
Globalization -- Economic aspects -- Korea (South).
National characteristics, Korean.