Korean Studies, vols. 1-24 (1977-2000): Article Index

Article Index

Arranged alphabetically by author name(s) and article title.

[A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [R] [S] [T] [U] [W] [Y]

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1932 Aso Coal Strike: Korean-Japanese Solidarity and Conflict, The, W. Donald Smith, 20:94-122

Abe, Kazuhiro, Race Relations and the Capitalist State: A Case Study of Koreans in Japan, 1917 through the mid-1920s, 7:35-60

Adjustment of Vowel Length at Different Speeds, Sang Oak Lee, 19:162-173

Ahn, Byong Man, and William W. Boyer, Rural Development and Leadership Patterns in South Korea, 8:83-93

Ahn, Byong Man, and William W. Boyer, The Dilemma of Tenant Farming in South Korea, 12:1-13

Allen, J. Michael, The Price of Identity: The 1923 Kanto Earthquake and Its Aftermath, 20:64-93

American Response to the Korean Independence Movement, 1910-1945, The, Timothy L. Savage, 20:189-231

An, Binghao, Some Problems in the Reconstruction of Old Korean, 15:99-112

Ancient Japan’s Korean Connection, William Wayne Farris, 20:1-22

Armstrong, Charles K., Centering the Periphery: Manchurian Exile(s) and the North Korean State, 19:1-16

Asian-Pacific Feminist Coalition Politics: The Chongshindae/Jugunianfu (“Comfort Women”) Movement, Alice Yun Chai, 17:67-91

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Background to the March First Movement: Koreans in Japan, 1905-1919, Kenneth M. Wells, 13:5-21

Baek, Eung-Jin, A Historical Study of Korean Noun Compounds, 17:105-116

Bak, Sung-Yun, Women’s Speech in Korean English, 7:61-76

Baker, Don, Monks, Medicine, and Miracles: Health and Healing in the History of Korean Buddhism, 18:50-75

Baker, Donald Leslie, Sirhak Medicine: Measles, Smallpox, and Chong Tasan, 14:135-166

Bellonet and Roze: Overzealous Servants of Empire and the 1866 French Attack on Korea, Daniel C. Kane, 23:1-23

Best, Jonathan W., Notes and Questions Concerning the Samguk Sagi’s Chronology of Paekche’s Kings Chonji, Kuisin, and Piyu, 3:125-134

Bleiker, Roland, Doug Bond, and Myung-Soo Lee, The Role and Dynamics of Nongovernmental Actors in Contemporary Korea, 18:103-122

Blurred Genders: The Cultural Construction of Male and Female in South Korea, Diane M. Hoffman, 19:112-138

Bond, Doug, Roland Bleiker, and Myung-Soo Lee, The Role and Dynamics of Nongovernmental Actors in Contemporary Korea, 18:103-122

Boyer, Nancy E., and William W. Boyer, Democratization of South Korea’s National Universities, 15:83-98

Boyer, William W., and Byong Man Ahn, Rural Development and Leadership Patterns in South Korea, 8:83-93

Boyer, William W., and Byong Man Ahn, The Dilemma of Tenant Farming in South Korea, 12:1-13

Boyer, William W., and Nancy E. Boyer, Democratization of South Korea’s National Universities, 15:83-98

Bridging the Gap: The Strategic Context of the 1965 Korea-Japan Normalization Treaty, Victor Cha, 20:123-160

Buswell, Robert E., The Identity of the Pôpchip pyorhaeng nok [Dharma collection and special practice record], 6:1-16

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Centering the Periphery: Manchurian Exile(s) and the North Korean State, Charles K. Armstrong, 19:1-16

Ch’oe Ch’unghon: His Rise to Power, Edward J. Shultz, 8:58-82

Ch’oe, Yong-ho, An Outline History of Korean Historiography, 4:1-27

Ch’oe, Yong-ho, The Kapsin Coup of 1884: A Reassessment, 6:105-124

Cha, Victor, Bridging the Gap: The Strategic Context of the 1965 Korea-Japan Normalization Treaty, 20:123-160

Chai, Alice Yun, Asian-Pacific Feminist Coalition Politics: The Chongshindae/Jugunianfu (“Comfort Women”) Movement, 17:67-91

Chandra, Vipan, Sentiment and Ideology in the Nationalism of the Independence Club (1896-1898), 10:13-34

Chang, Won Ho, and Jung Ho Han, Yonhap News Agency: Gatekeeper of International News in Korea, 9:14-37

Change in U.S. Policy Toward South Korea in the Early 1960s, Tae-Gyun Park, 23:94-120

Changing Korean Perceptions of Japan on the Eve of Modern Transformation: The Case of Neo-Confucian Yangban Intellectuals, Chai-sik Chung, 19:39-50

Ch’en, Chieh-hsien, Research Note: Some Rarely Used Chinese Materials for the Study of the Yi Dynasty, 11:58-64

Chinese Diction in Korean Shijo Verse, David R. McCann, 17:92-104

Cho, Dong-il, The Two-Stage Transitional Period Between Medieval and Modern Literature, 18:1-12

Cho, Soon, Deregulation and Economic Reform in Korea, 19:174-182

Choe, Ikhwan, Form and Correspondence in the Sijo and the Sasol Sijo, 15:67-82

Choson’s Founding Fathers: A Study of the Merit Subjects in the Early Yi Dynasty, Donald N. Clark, 6:17-40

Chung, Chai-sik, Changing Korean Perceptions of Japan on the Eve of Modern Transformation: The Case of Neo-Confucian Yangban Intellectuals, 19:39-50

Chung, Sae Wook, Local and Regional Council Elections in 1991: Features and Political Implications, 18:123-138

Clark, Donald N., “Surely God Will Work Out Their Salvation”: Protestant Missionaries in the March First Movement, 13:42-75

Clark, Donald N., Choson’s Founding Fathers: A Study of the Merit Subjects in the Early Yi Dynasty, 6:17-40

Clippinger, Morgan E., Korean and Dravidian: Lexical Evidence for an Old Theory, 8:1-57

Comings and Goings of a Korean Grandfather: The Yongdong Kut Sequence of a Cheju Island Village, The, Timothy R. Tangherlini and So Yong Park, 14:84-97

Comparative Colonial Response: Korea and Taiwan, Dennis L. McNamara, 10:54-68

Composition Errors as an Index of Korean American Language Student Fluency Levels, Kyung-Ja Park Hahn, 22:82-105

Confucianism in the Late Koryo and Early Choson, John B. Duncan, 18:76-102

Country or State? Reconceptualizing Kukka in the Korean Enlightenment Period, 1896-1910, Kyung Moon Hwang, 24:1-24

Creating the National Other: Opposing Images of Nationalism in South and North Korean Education, Dennis Hart, 23:68-93

Critique on Traditional Korean Family Institutions: Kim Wonju’s “Death of a Girl,” A, Yung-Hee Kim, 23:24-42

Cultural Dimension and Context of North Korean Communism, The, Young Whan Kihl, 18:139-157

Culture and Institutions in the Economic Development of Korea, Chung H. Lee, 14:38-49

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Daily Movement Patterns and Communications in Rural Korea, Forrest R. Pitts, 1:223-241

Declaration of Independence, March 1, 1919: A New Translation, The, Han-Kyo Kim, 13:1-4

Democratization of South Korea’s National Universities, William W. Boyer and Nancy E. Boyer, 15:83-98

Demographic and Social Mobility Trends in Early Seventeenth-Century Korea: An Analysis of Sanum County Census Registers, Jin Young Ro, 7:77-113

Deregulation and Economic Reform in Korea, Soon Cho, 19:174-182

Dilemma of Tenant Farming in South Korea, The, Byong Man Ahn and William W. Boyer, 12:1-13

Direction of South Korea’s Foreign Policy, The, Chae-Jin Lee, 2:95-137

Dong, Wonmo, Generational Differences and Political Development in South Korea, 17:1-16

Duncan, John B., Confucianism in the Late Koryo and Early Choson, 18:76-102

Duncan, John B., The Formation of the Central Aristocracy in Early Koryo, 12:39-61

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E

Effects of the Cultural Revolution on the Korean Minority in Yenpien, The, Setsure Tsurushima, 3:93-124

Electoral Dynamics in South Korea Since 1981, Hyun-woo Kim and Søren Risbjerg Thomsen, 17:39-66

Elusive Narrators in Hwang Sun-won, Stephen J. Epstein, 19:104-111

Engineers of the Human Soul: North Korean Literature Today, Marshall R. Pihl, 1:63-110

Enlightenment Period Fiction and the Formation of a Writer Class, Youngmin Kwon, 18:23-29

Enlightenment Period Newspapers and Fiction, Chung-woo Suh, 18:13-22

Epstein, Stephen J., Elusive Narrators in Hwang Sun-won, 19:104-111

Eroticism and Buddhism in Han Yongun’s Your Silence, Gregory N. Evon, 24:25-52

Evon, Gregory N., Eroticism and Buddhism in Han Yongun’s Your Silence, 24:25-52

Explaining Development in South Korea and East Asia: A Review of the Last Dozen Years of Research, Timothy C. Lim, 18:171-202

Expression of Emotion by Americans and Koreans, Ki-hong Kim, 9:38-56

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Farris, William Wayne, Ancient Japan’s Korean Connection, 20:1-22

Female Employment and Elite Occupations: The Case of “Her Honor” the Judge, Linda S. Lewis, 21:54-71

Finch, Michael, German Diplomatic Documents on the 1905 Japan-Korea Protectorate Treaty, 20:51-63

Foreign Capital and Development Strategy in Korea, Sang Chul Suh, 2:67-93

Form and Correspondence in the Sijo and the Sasol Sijo, Ikhwan Choe, 15:67-82

Formation of the Central Aristocracy in Early Koryo, The, John B. Duncan, 12:39-61

From Raiders to Traders: Border Security and Border Control in Early Choson, 1392-1450, Kenneth R. Robinson, 16:94-115

From Subservience to Autonomy: Kim Won-ju’s “Awakening,” Yung-Hee Kim, 21:1-30

Furuhata Toru, Morihira Masahiko, and Song Yon’ok, Korean History Studies in Japan: The 1999 Shigaku Zasshi Review of Historiography, 24:156-174

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Gender Politics in the Korean Transition to Democracy, Jeong-Lim Nam, 24:94-112

Generational Differences and Political Development in South Korea, Wonmo Dong, 17:1-16

German Diplomatic Documents on the 1905 Japan-Korea Protectorate Treaty, Michael Finch, 20:51-63

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H

Hahn, Kyung-Ja Park, Composition Errors as an Index of Korean American Language Student Fluency Levels, 22:82-105

Han, Gil Soo, The Rise of Western Medicine and Revival of Traditional Medicine in Korea: A Brief History, 21:96-121

Han, Jung Ho, and Won Ho Chang, Yonhap News Agency: Gatekeeper of International News in Korea, 9:14-37

Hart, Dennis, Creating the National Other: Opposing Images of Nationalism in South and North Korean Education, 23:68-93

Hatada, Takashi, An Interpretation of the King Kwanggaet’o Inscription, tr. by V. Dixon Morris, 3:1-17

Historical Study of Korean Noun Compounds, A, Eung-Jin Baek, 17:105-116

Historiographic Development in South Korea: State and Society from the Mid-Koryo to the Mid-Yi Dynasty, Fujiya Kawashima, 2:29-56

Hodge Podge: American Occupation Policy in Korea, 1945-1948, James I. Matray, 19:17-38

Hoffman, Diane M., Blurred Genders: The Cultural Construction of Male and Female in South Korea, 19:112-138

Hoffman, Frank, The Muo Declaration: History in the Making, 13:22-41

Hong Taeyong and His Peking Memoir, Gari Ledyard, 6:63-104

“Horseriders” in Korea: A Critical Evaluation of a Historical Theory, The, J. Russell Kirkland, 5:109-128

Hwang, In Kwan, A Translation and Critical Review of Yu Kil-Chun’s “On Neutrality,” 9:1-13

Hwang, Kyung Moon, Country or State? Reconceptualizing Kukka in the Korean Enlightenment Period, 1896-1910, 24:1-24

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I Ching in Late-Chosôn Thought, The, Wai-ming Ng, 24:53-68

Identity of the Pôpchip pyorhaeng nok [Dharma collection and special practice record], The, Robert E. Buswell, 6:1-16

Images of Man in Postwar Korean Fiction, Chong-un Kim, 2:1-27

Imjin nok, or the Record of the Black Dragon Year: An Introduction, The, Peter H. Lee, 14:50-83

Interpretation of the King Kwanggaet’o Inscription, An, Takashi Hatada, tr. by V. Dixon Morris, 3:1-17

Izumi, Hajime, North Korea and the Changes in Eastern Europe, 16:1-12

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Kane, Daniel C., Bellonet and Roze: Overzealous Servants of Empire and the 1866 French Attack on Korea, 23:1-23

Kapsin Coup of 1884: A Reassessment, The, Yong-ho Cho’e, 6:105-124

Kawashima, Fujiya, Historiographic Development in South Korea: State and Society from the Mid-Koryo to the Mid-Yi Dynasty, 2:29-56

Kennedy, Gerard F., The Korean Kye: Maintaining Human Scale in a Modernizing Form, 1:197-222

Kihl, Young Whan, The Cultural Dimension and Context of North Korean Communism, 18:139-157

Killick, Andrew P., Musical Composition in Twentieth-Century Korea, 16:43-60

Kim, Bokin, Sot’aesan and the Reformation of Korean Buddhism, 19:51-61

Kim, Chin W., Rule Ordering in Korean Phonology, 1:1-20

Kim, Chin-Wu, Linguistics and Language Policies in North Korea, 2:159-175

Kim, Chong-un, Images of Man in Postwar Korean Fiction, 2:1-27

Kim, Han-Kyo, The Declaration of Independence, March 1, 1919: A New Translation, 13:1-4

Kim, Hyun-woo and Soren Risbjerg Thomsen, Electoral Dynamics in South Korea Since 1981, 17:39-66

Kim, Hyung-chan, Portrait of a Troubled Korean Patriot: Yun Ch’i-ho’s Views of the March First Independence Movement and World War II, 13:76-91

Kim, Ki-hong, Expression of Emotion by Americans and Koreans, 9:38-56

Kim, Kichung, Mujong: An Introduction to Yi Kwangsu’s Fiction, 6:125-134

Kim, Kichung, Unsegye: Art versus Ideology, 5:63-77

Kim Il Sung’s Campaign against the Soviet Faction in Late 1955 and the Birth of Chuch’e, Andrei N. Lankov, 23:43-67

Kim, Uch’ang, The Narrative Tense in the Korean Novel: A Speculative Observation, 5:79-91

Kim, Yung-Hee, From Subservience to Autonomy: Kim Won-ju’s “Awakening,” 21:1-30

Kim, Yung-Hee, A Critique on Traditional Korean Family Institutions: Kim Wonju’s “Death of a Girl,” 23:24-42

Kim-Renaud, Young-Key, Syllable Boundary Phenomena in Korean, 1:243-273

Kirkland, J. Russell, The “Horseriders” in Korea: A Critical Evaluation of a Historical Theory, 5:109-128

Koh, B. C., Pyongyang’s Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change, 15:1-14

Koh, B. C., The State of North Korean Studies: A Critical Appraisal, 22:1-14

Koh, Byung Chul, Political Leadership in North Korea: Toward a Conceptual Understanding of Kim Il Sung’s Leadership Behavior, 2:139-157

Korean and Dravidian: Lexical Evidence for an Old Theory, Morgan E. Clippinger, 8:1-57

Korean History Studies in Japan: The 1998 Shigaku Zasshi Review of Historiography, Yi Songshi, Rokutanda Yutaka, and Matsumoto Takenori, 23:121-141

Korean History Studies in Japan: The 1999 Shigaku Zasshi Review of Historiography, Furuhata Toru, Morihira Masahiko, and Song Yon’ok, 24:156-174

Korean Kye: Maintaining Human Scale in a Modernizing Form, The, Gerard F. Kennedy, 1:197-222

Korean Lawyer: A Study of Career Development, The, George Y. M. Won and In-Hwan Oh, 4:51-109

Korean Minority in China: A Model for Ethnic Education, The, Chae-Jin Lee, 11:1-12

Koryo Son Buddhism and Korean Literature, Marshall R. Pihl, 19:62-82

Kwangju Uprising: An Inside View, The, Tim Warnberg, 11:33-57

Kwon, Yonung, The Royal Lecture and Confucian Politics in Early Yi Korea, 6:41-62

Kwon, Youngmin, Enlightenment Period Fiction and the Formation of a Writer Class, 18:23-29

Kwon, Youngmin, The Logic and Practice of Literary Nationalism, 16:61-81

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Language as a Set of Shared Expectations, Samuel E. Martin, 7:1-8

Lankov, Andrei N., Kim Il Sung’s Campaign against the Soviet Faction in Late 1955 and the Birth of Chuch’e, 23:43-67

Late-Chosôn Society as Reflected in a Shamanistic Narrative: An Analysis of the Pari kongju muga, Michael J. Pettid, 24:113-141

Ledyard, Gari, Hong Taeyong and His Peking Memoir, 6:63-104

Lee, Byong Won, Structural Formulae of Melodies in the Two Sacred Buddhist Chant Styles of Korea, 1:111-196

Lee, Chae-Jin, The Direction of South Korea’s Foreign Policy, 2:95-137

Lee, Chae-Jin, The Korean Minority in China: A Model for Ethnic Education, 11:1-12

Lee, Chae-Jin, U.S. Policy Toward North Korea in the 1990s, 16:13-28

Lee, Chung H., Culture and Institutions in the Economic Development of Korea, 14:38-49

Lee, Dong Jae, Sociolinguistic Implications of Korean in Hawaii, 9:57-88

Lee, Hye-ku, Sung Dynasty Music Preserved in Korea and China, 10:69-92

Lee, Kwang-rin, Newspaper Publication in the Late Yi Dynasty, 12:62-71

Lee, Kwang-rin, The Letters of Yu Kil-chun, 14:98-118

Lee, Kwang-rin, The Rise of Nationalism in Korea, 10:1-12

Lee, Kwang-rin, Trends in Studies of Modern Korean History in South Korea, 2:57-65

Lee, Myung-Soo, Roland Bleiker, and Doug Bond, The Role and Dynamics of Nongovernmental Actors in Contemporary Korea, 18:103-122

Lee, Peter H., The Imjin nok, or the Record of the Black Dragon Year: An Introduction, 14:50-83

Lee, Sang Oak, Adjustment of Vowel Length at Different Speeds, 19:162-173

Legal Counsel in Korea: Lawyers, Sabopsosa, and the Realization of Justice, Linda S. Lewis, 13:113-129

Letters of Yu Kil-chun, The, Lee Kwang-rin, 14:98-118

Lew, Young I., The Reform Efforts and Ideas of Pak Yong-hyo, 1894-1895, 1:21-61

Lewis, Linda S., Legal Counsel in Korea: Lawyers, Sabopsosa, and the Realization of Justice, 13:113-129

Lewis, Linda S., Female Employment and Elite Occupations: The Case of “Her Honor” the Judge, 21:54-71

Lexical Tones in Korean, Sayhyon Park, 19:151-161

Life and Thought of the Korean Son Master Kyongho, The, Henrik Hjort Sorensen, 7:9-34

Lim, Timothy C., Explaining Development in South Korea and East Asia: A Review of the Last Dozen Years of Research, 18:171-202

Linguistic Analysis of North Korean Newspaper Usage, A, Hyon-Sook Shin, 14:1-37

Linguistics and Language Policies in North Korea, Chin-Wu Kim, 2:159-175

Local and Regional Council Elections in 1991: Features and Political Implications, Sae Wook Chung, 18:123-138

Logic and Practice of Literary Nationalism, The, Youngmin Kwon, 16:61-81

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Making Colonial Policies in Korea: The Factory Law Debate, Peace Preservation Law, and Land Reform Laws in the Interwar Years, Soon Won Park, 22:41-61

Maps of Resistance and Geographies of Dissent in the Chôlla Region of South Korea, Sallie Yea, 24:69-93

Martin, Samuel E., Language as a Set of Shared Expectations, 7:1-8

Martin, Samuel E., On the Prehistory of Korean Grammar: Verb Forms, 19:139-150

Matray, James I., Hodge Podge: American Occupation Policy in Korea, 1945-1948, 19:17-38

Matsumoto Takenori, see Yi Songshi, 23:121-141

McCann, David R., A Personal Introduction to Korean Poetry, 14:119-134

McCann, David R., Chinese Diction in Korean Shijo Verse, 17:92-104

McCann, David R., Texts as Contracts in the Political Economy of Korea, 1896-1926, 18:30-49

McCann, David R., The Story of Ch’oyong, a Parable of Literary Negotiation, 21:31-53

McNamara, Dennis L., Comparative Colonial Response: Korea and Taiwan, 10:54-68

Mikheev, Vasily V., Soviet Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula in the 1990s, 15:31-49

Military Revolt in Koryo: The 1170 Coup d’Etat, Edward J. Shultz, 3:19-48

Miller, Roy Andrew, Prolegomena to a History of Korean, 13:92-112

Monks, Medicine, and Miracles: Health and Healing in the History of Korean Buddhism, Don Baker, 18:50-75

Morihira Masahiko, see Furuhata Toru, 24:156-174

Morris, V. Dixon, tr., An Interpretation of the King Kwanggaet’o Inscription, Takashi Hatada, 3:1-17

Mother Russia: Soviet Characters in North Korean Fiction, Brian Myers, 16:82-93

Mujong: An Introduction to Yi Kwangsu’s Fiction, Kichung Kim, 6:125-134

Muo Declaration: History in the Making, The, Frank Hoffman, 13:22-41

Musical Composition in Twentieth-Century Korea, Andrew P. Killick, 16:43-60

Myers, Brian, Mother Russia: Soviet Characters in North Korean Fiction, 16:82-93

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Nam, Jeong-Lim, Gender Politics in the Korean Transition to Democracy, 24:94-112

Narrative Tense in the Korean Novel: A Speculative Observation, The, Uch’ang Kim, 5:79-91

Nationalism and the Korean Tradition, 1896-1920: Iconoclasm, Reform, and National Identity, Michael F. Robinson, 10:35-53

Nemeth, David J., The Walking Tractor: Trojan Horse in the Cheju Island Landscape, 12:14-38

Newspaper Publication in the Late Yi Dynasty, Lee Kwang-rin, 12:62-71

Ng, Wai-ming, The I Ching in Late-Chosôn Thought, 24:53-68

North Korea and the Changes in Eastern Europe, Hajime Izumi, 16:1-12

North Korea in the 1990s, Dae-Sook Suh, 16:29-42

Notes and Questions Concerning the Samguk Sagi’s Chronology of Paekche’s Kings Chônji, Kuisin, and Piyu, Jonathan W. Best, 3:125-134

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O’Rourke, Kevin, The Philosophy of Life of Cho Pyonghwa, 5:93-107

Oh, In-Hwan, and George Y. M. Won, The Korean Lawyer: A Study of Career Development, 4:51-109

Okonogi, Masao, The Shifting Strategic Value of Korea, 1942-1950, 3:49-80

On the Prehistory of Korean Grammar: Verb Forms, Samuel E. Martin, 19:139-150

Outline History of Korean Historiography, An, Yong-ho Ch’oe, 4:1-27

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P’ansori: The Korean Oral Narrative, Marshall R. Pihl, 5:43-62

Park, Chan Eung, Sukchong’s Triangle: The Politics of Passion, 19:83-103

Park, Chan E., Playful Reconstruction of Gender in P’ansori Storytelling, 22:62-81

Park, Han Shik, Political Culture and Ideology of the Korean Minority in China, 11:13-32

Park, Sayhyon, Lexical Tones in Korean, 19:151-161

Park, So Yong, and Timothy R. Tangherlini, The Comings and Goings of a Korean Grandfather: The Yongdung Kut Sequence of a Cheju Island Village, 14:84-97

Park, Soon Won, Making Colonial Policies in Korea: The Factory Law Debate, Peace Preservation Law, and Land Reform Laws in the Interwar Years, 22:41-61

Park, Tae-Gyun, Change in U.S. Policy Toward South Korea in the Early 1960s, 23:94-120

Patterson, Wayne, Upward Social Mobility of the Koreans in Hawaii, 3:81-92

Personal Introduction to Korean Poetry, A, David R. McCann, 14:119-134

Pettid, Michael J., Late-Chosôn Society as Reflected in a Shamanistic Narrative: An Analysis of the Pari kongju muga, 24:113-141

Philosophy of Life of Cho Pyonghwa, The, Kevin O’Rourke, 5:93-107

Pihl, Marshall R., Engineers of the Human Soul: North Korean Literature Today, 1:63-110

Pihl, Marshall R., Koryo Son Buddhism and Korean Literature, 19:62-82

Pihl, Marshall R., P’ansori: The Korean Oral Narrative, 5:43-62

Pitts, Forrest R., Daily Movement Patterns and Communications in Rural Korea, 1:223-241

Playful Reconstruction of Gender in P’ansori Storytelling, Chan E. Park, 22:62-81

Political Culture and Ideology of the Korean Minority in China, Han Shik Park, 11:13-32

Political Economy in Microcosm: The Korean National Livestock Cooperatives Federation, The, David I. Steinberg, 18:158-170

Political Leadership in North Korea: Toward a Conceptual Understanding of Kim Il Sung’s Leadership Behavior, Byung Chul Koh, 2:139-157

Portrait of a Troubled Korean Patriot: Yun Ch’i-ho’s Views of the March First Independence Movement and World War II, Hyung-chan Kim, 13:76-91

Pre-Hankul Materials, Koreo-Japonic, and Altaic, Alexander Vovin, 24:142-155

Preliminary Estimation of an Econometric Model for North Korea, A, Suk Bum Yoon, 15:15-30

Price of Identity: The 1923 Kanto Earthquake and Its Aftermath, The, J. Michael Allen, 20:64-93

Prolegomena to a History of Korean, Roy Andrew Miller, 13:92-112

Pyongyang’s Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change, B. C. Koh, 15:1-14

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Race Relations and the Capitalist State: A Case Study of Koreans in Japan, 1917 through the mid-1920s, Kazuhiro Abe, 7:35-60

Records Seized by U.S. Military Forces in Korea, 1921-1952, Dae-Sook Suh, 2:177-182

Reform Efforts and Ideas of Pak Yong-hyo, 1894-1895, The, Young I. Lew, 1:21-61

Report of the Workshop Conference on Korean Romanization, 4:111-125

Research Note: Some Rarely Used Chinese Materials for the Study of the Yi Dynasty, Chieh-hsien Ch’en, 11:58-64

Rhee, Foon, Vanguards and Violence: A Comparison of the U.S. and Korean Student Movements, 17:17-38

Rise of Nationalism in Korea, The, Kwang-rin Lee, 10:1-12

The Rise of Western Medicine and Revival of Traditional Medicine in Korea: A Brief History, Gil Soo Han, 21:96-121

Ro, Jin Young, Demographic and Social Mobility Trends in Early Seventeenth-Century Korea: An Analysis of Sanum County Census Registers, 7:77-113

Robinson, Michael F., Nationalism and the Korean Tradition, 1896-1920: Iconoclasm, Reform, and National Identity, 10:35-53

Robinson, Kenneth R., From Raiders to Traders: Border Security and Border Control in Early Choson, 1392-1450, 16:94-115

Robinson, Kenneth R., The Tsushima Governor and Regulation of Japanese Access to Choson in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, 20:23-50

Rokutanda Yutaka, see Yi Songshi, 23:121-141

Role and Dynamics of Nongovernmental Actors in Contemporary Korea, The, Roland Bleiker, Doug Bond, and Myung-Soo Lee, 18:103-122

Royal Lecture and Confucian Politics in Early Yi Korea, The, Yonung Kwon, 6:41-62

Rule Ordering in Korean Phonology, Chin W. Kim, 1:1-20

Rural Development and Leadership Patterns in South Korea, William W. Boyer and Byong Man Ahn, 8:83-93

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Savage, Timothy L., The American Response to the Korean Independence Movement, 1910-1945, 20:189-231

Second Society in North Korea, The Jae Jean Suh, 22:15-40

Sentiment and Ideology in the Nationalism of the Independence Club (1896-1898), Vipan Chandra, 10:13-34

Seth, Michael J., Strong State or Strong Society? Educational Development in South Korea, 1961-66, 21:72-95

Shifting Strategic Value of Korea, 1942-1950, The, Masao Okonogi, 3:49-80

Shin, Hyon-Sook, A Linguistic Analysis of North Korean Newspaper Usage, 14:1-37

Shultz, Edward J., Ch’oe Ch’unghon: His Rise to Power, 8:58-82

Shultz, Edward J., Military Revolt in Koryo: The 1170 Coup d’Etat, 3:19-48

Sirhak Medicine: Measles, Smallpox, and Chông Tasan, Donald Leslie Baker, 14:135-166

Smith, W. Donald, The 1932 Aso Coal Strike: Korean-Japanese Solidarity and Conflict, 20:94-122

Sociolinguistic Implications of Korean in Hawaii, Dong Jae Lee, 9:57-88

Sohn, Ho-min, The State of the Art in the Historical-Comparative Studies of Japanese and Korean, 4:29-50

Some Perspectives on Recent D.P.R.K. Policy Toward Japan, Masayuki Suzuki, 15:50-66

Some Problems in the Reconstruction of Old Korean, An Binghao, 15:99-112

Song Yon’ok, see Furuhata Toru, 24:156-174

Sorensen, Henrik Hjort, The Life and Thought of the Korean Son Master Kyongho, 7:9-34

Sot’aesan and the Reformation of Korean Buddhism, Bokin Kim, 19:51-61

Soviet Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula in the 1990s, Vasily V. Mikheev, 15:31-49

State of North Korean Studies: A Critical Appraisal, The B. C. Koh, 22:1-14

The State of the Art in the Historical-Comparative Studies of Japanese and Korean, Ho-min Sohn, 4:29-50

Steinberg, David I., The Political Economy in Microcosm: The Korean National Livestock Cooperatives Federation, 18:158-170

Story of Ch’oyong, a Parable of Literary Negotiation, The David R. McCann, 21:31-53

Strong State or Strong Society? Educational Development in South Korea, 1961-66, Michael J. Seth, 21:72-95

Structural Formulae of Melodies in the Two Sacred Buddhist Chant Styles of Korea, Byong Won Lee, 1:111-196

Structure of the Kuun mong [A Dream of Nine Clouds], The, Chang Sik Yun, 5:27-41

Suh, Chung-woo, Enlightenment Period Newspapers and Fiction, 18:13-22

Suh, Dae-Sook, North Korea in the 1990s, 16:29-42

Suh, Dae-Sook, Records Seized by U.S. Military Forces in Korea, 1921-1952, 2:177-182

Suh, Jae Jean, The Second Society in North Korea, 22:15-40

Suh, Sang Chul, Foreign Capital and Development Strategy in Korea, 2:67-93

Suh, Yong-Sug, The Transformation of Historical Perspectives on Postliberation Capitalism, 20:161-188

Sukchong’s Triangle: The Politics of Passion, Chan Eung Park, 19:83-103

Sung Dynasty Music Preserved in Korea and China, Hye-ku Lee, 10:69-92

“Surely God Will Work Out Their Salvation”: Protestant Missionaries in the March First Movement, Donald N. Clark, 13:42-75

Suzuki, Masayuki, Some Perspectives on Recent D.P.R.K. Policy Toward Japan, 15:50-66

Syllable Boundary Phenomena in Korean, Young-Key Kim-Renaud, 1:243-273

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Tales of the Extraordinary: An Inquiry into the Contents, Nature, and Authorship of the Sui chon, Frits Vos, 5:1-25

Tangherlini, Timothy R., and So Yông Park, The Comings and Goings of a Korean Grandfather: The Yôngdung Kut Sequence of a Cheju Island Village, 14:84-97

Texts as Contracts in the Political Economy of Korea, 1896-1926, David R. McCann, 18:30-49

Thomsen, Soren Risbjerg and Hyun-woo Kim, Electoral Dynamics in South Korea Since 1981, 17:39-66

Transformation of Historical Perspectives on Postliberation Capitalism, The, Yong-Sug Suh, 20:161-188

Translation and Critical Review of Yu Kil-Chun’s “On Neutrality,” A, In Kwan Hwang, 9:1-13

Trends in Studies of Modern Korean History in South Korea, Kwang-rin Lee, 2:57-65

Tsurushima, Setsure, The Effects of the Cultural Revolution on the Korean Minority in Yenpien, 3:93-124

Tsushima Governor and Regulation of Japanese Access to Chosôn in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, The, Kenneth R. Robinson, 20:23-50

Two-Stage Transitional Period Between Medieval and Modern Literature, The, Dong-il Cho, 18:1-12

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U.S. Policy Toward North Korea in the 1990s, Chae-Jin Lee, 16:13-28

Unsegye: Art versus Ideology, Kichung Kim, 5:63-77

Upward Social Mobility of the Koreans in Hawaii, Wayne Patterson, 3:81-92

Vanguards and Violence: A Comparison of the U.S. and Korean Student Movements, Foon Rhee, 17:17-38

Vos, Frits, Tales of the Extraordinary: An Inquiry into the Contents, Nature, and Authorship of the Sui chon, 5:1-25

Vovin, Alexander, Pre-Hankul Materials, Koreo-Japonic, and Altaic, 24:142-155

Walking Tractor: Trojan Horse in the Cheju Island Landscape, The, David J. Nemeth, 12:14-38

Warnberg, Tim, The Kwangju Uprising: An Inside View, 11:33-57

Wells, Kenneth M., Background to the March First Movement: Koreans in Japan, 1905-1919, 13:5-21

Women’s Speech in Korean English, Sung-Yun Bak, 7:61-76

Won, George Y. M., and In-Hwan Oh, The Korean Lawyer: A Study of Career Development, 4:51-109

Yea, Sallie, Maps of Resistance and Geographies of Dissent in the Chôlla Region of South Korea, 24:69-93

Yi Songshi, Rokutanda Yutaka, and Matsumoto Takenori, Korean History Studies in Japan: The 1998 Shigaku Zasshi Review of Historiography, 23:121-141

Yonhap News Agency: Gatekeeper of International News in Korea, Won Ho Chang and Jung Ho Han, 9:14-37

Yoon, Suk Bum, A Preliminary Estimation of an Econometric Model for North Korea, 15:15-30

Yun, Chang Sik, The Structure of the Kuun mong [A Dream of Nine Clouds], 5:27-41

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