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Author Connor, Mary E.

Title The Koreas : a global studies handbook / Mary E. Connor.

Published Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC CLIO, [2002]
©2002

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 UniM Bail  951.9 CONN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 307 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Series Global studies, Asia.
Global studies. Asia.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1 Narrative Section 1 -- 1 Geography and History 3 -- 2 Economic Development since 1945 65 -- 3 Political Development since 1945 109 -- 4 Contemporary Culture and Social Problems 163 -- Part 2 Reference Materials 209 -- Chronological Table 211 -- Significant People, Places, and Events 215 -- Korean Language, Food, and Etiquette 241 -- Organisations 257.
Summary In an increasingly interconnected world we need to inform ourselves about the nations and regions with which we share our planet. Global Studies: Asia is a new series of reference books (available both in print and online as eBooks) designed as a resource for students as well as anyone traveling to or conducting business in Asia. Concise yet comprehensive, each illustrated volume uses a mix of lively narrative and reliable reference data to provide a solid overview of the history, geography, culture and customs, business and economics, politics, and social issues of a selected country or region. Each volume includes a combination of narrative chapters; an A-Z section of significant people, places, and events; a chronology; a directory of business, cultural, government, and tourist organizations; and an annotated bibliography of print and nonprint resources.
Subject Korea (South)
Korea.
ISBN 1576072770 (alk. paper)