SOUTH KOREA CULTURAL HISTORY BETWEEN 1960S AND 2012

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Mi Sook PARK

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This paper examines the development of South Korean cultural policy from the 1970s to the present. It contextualises South Korean state, culture and its cultural policy within the framework of state developmentalism, so as to understand their dynamics and relationships. A detailed analysis of how the national cultural policy is interpreted and implemented through institutional practices, historically and in its contemporary context shall be made.

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PARK, M. S. (2016). SOUTH KOREA CULTURAL HISTORY BETWEEN 1960S AND 2012. International Journal of Korean Humanities and Social Sciences, 1, 71-118. https://doi.org/10.14746/kr.2015.01.05
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