AMES 3587: Current Affairs and Everyday Life in Two Koreas

3 Credits

This course is designed to offer an in-depth look at current affairs and social, cultural, and economic interactions that are influenced by everyday hierarchical structures in both North and South Korea. This course will specifically deal with issues that affect individuals and small groups in the two Koreas rather than focusing on issues at the state and international level. The course will take macro-level issues such as hierarchical structures that are remnant of the feudal era and examine their impact at the micro-level for people in the two Koreas. The two Koreas share centuries upon centuries of common socio-cultural structures and ways of being that, despite the recent separation, continue to exert a powerful influence on individuals' daily life even though they may inhabit drastically different political and economic states.

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