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Korean attitudes toward the United States: changing dynamics

Author: Steinberg, David I. Series: East gate book Publisher: Sharpe, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 366 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0765614359Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Korean Attitudes toward the United States Changing Dynamics Contents 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 vii ix 3 21 34 46 56 80 7. The Structural Basis of "Anti-Americanism" in the Republic of Korea Bruce Cumings 91 8. Anti-Americanism and the U.S. Role in Inter-Korean Relations Victor D. Cha 116 9. Between Banmi (Anti-Americanism) and Sungmi (Worship of the United States): Dynamics of Changing U.S. Images in South Korea Chung-in Moon 139 Part III. Affiance Perspectives 10. Revamping the Korean-American Alliance: New Political Forces, Paradigms, and Roles and Missions Chung Min Lee 11. Brothers versus Friends: Inter-Korean Reconciliation and Emerging Anti-Americanism in South Korea Kim Sung-han 12. The U.S.-Korean Status of Forces Agreement as a Source of Continuing Korean Anti-American Attitudes James V Feinerman 13. Anti-Americanism, Korean Style Hahm Chaibong Part IV. Civil Society Perspectives 14. Citizen Power in Korean-American Relations Katharine H.S. Moon 233 15. Perception of American People, Society, and Influence: Psychological, Social, and Cultural Analysis of Anti-American Sentiments in South Korea Uichol Kim and Young-Shin Park 247 16. Changing Perceptions in U.S.-Korean Relations and the Rise of Anti-Americanism William Watts 266 17. The Tipping Point: Kwangju, May 1980 William M. Drennan 280 18. Anti-Americanism or "Anti-Baseism": U.S.-South Korean Relations through Changing Generations Brent (Won-ki) Choi 307 19. Industry and National Identity: Globalizing Korean Auto Manufacture Dennis L. McNamara 316 Conclusion: Anti-American Sentiment in Korea and Its Importance A Guide for the Perplexed? David I. Steinberg About the Editor and Contributors Index 155 180 196 220 329 341 349

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