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The Park Chung Hee Era : The Transformation of South Korea

By: Vogel, Ezra F.
Contributor(s): Kim, Byung-Kook | Vogel , Ezra F | Hong, Sung Gul | Hutchcroft, Paul D | Im, Hyug Baeg | Jun, Byung-joon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (744 p.).ISBN: 9780674061064.Subject(s): Comparative government -- Case studies | Korea (South) -- Politics and government -- 1960-1988 | Park, Chung Hee, -- 1917-1979Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Park Chung Hee Era : The Transformation of South KoreaDDC classification: 951.9504/3092 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents -- Introduction -- Part One - Born in a Crisis -- 1. The May Sixteenth Military Coup -- 2. Taming and Tamed by the United States -- 3. State Building: The Military Junta's Path to Modernity through Administrative Reforms -- Part Two - Politics -- 4. Modernization Strategy: Ideas and Influences -- 5. The Labyrinth of Solitude: Park and the Exercise of Presidential Power -- 6. The Armed Forces -- 7. The Leviathan: Economic Bureaucracy under Park -- 8. The Origins of the Yushin Regime: Machiavelli Unveiled -- Part Three - Economy and Society -- 9. The Chaebol
10. The Automobile Industry -- 11. Pohang Iron & Steel Company -- 13. The Chaeya -- 12. The Countryside -- Part Four - International Relations -- 14. The Vietnam War: South Korea's Search for National Security -- 15. Normalization of Relations with Japan: Toward a New Partnership -- 16. The Security, Political, and Human Rights Conundrum, 1974-1979 -- 17. The Search for Deterrence: Park's Nuclear Option -- Part Five - Comparative Perspective -- 18. Nation Rebuilders: Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Lee Kuan Yew, Deng Xiaoping, and Park Chung Hee
19. Reflections on a Reverse Image: South Korea under Park Chung Hee and the Philippines under Ferdinand Marcos -- 20. The Perfect Dictatorship? South Korea versus Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico -- 21. Industrial Policy in Key Developmental Sectors: South Korea versus Japan and Taiwan -- Conclusion: The Post-Park Era -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- List of Contributors -- Index of Persons
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Contents -- Introduction -- Part One - Born in a Crisis -- 1. The May Sixteenth Military Coup -- 2. Taming and Tamed by the United States -- 3. State Building: The Military Junta's Path to Modernity through Administrative Reforms -- Part Two - Politics -- 4. Modernization Strategy: Ideas and Influences -- 5. The Labyrinth of Solitude: Park and the Exercise of Presidential Power -- 6. The Armed Forces -- 7. The Leviathan: Economic Bureaucracy under Park -- 8. The Origins of the Yushin Regime: Machiavelli Unveiled -- Part Three - Economy and Society -- 9. The Chaebol

10. The Automobile Industry -- 11. Pohang Iron & Steel Company -- 13. The Chaeya -- 12. The Countryside -- Part Four - International Relations -- 14. The Vietnam War: South Korea's Search for National Security -- 15. Normalization of Relations with Japan: Toward a New Partnership -- 16. The Security, Political, and Human Rights Conundrum, 1974-1979 -- 17. The Search for Deterrence: Park's Nuclear Option -- Part Five - Comparative Perspective -- 18. Nation Rebuilders: Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Lee Kuan Yew, Deng Xiaoping, and Park Chung Hee

19. Reflections on a Reverse Image: South Korea under Park Chung Hee and the Philippines under Ferdinand Marcos -- 20. The Perfect Dictatorship? South Korea versus Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico -- 21. Industrial Policy in Key Developmental Sectors: South Korea versus Japan and Taiwan -- Conclusion: The Post-Park Era -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- List of Contributors -- Index of Persons

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Kim Byung-Kook :<br> <p>Byung-Kook Kim is Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Korea University.Vogel Ezra F. :<br></p> <p>Ezra F. Vogel is Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard and former Director of Harvard's Fairbank Center for East Asian Research and the Asia Center.Dom#65533;nguez Jorge I. :<br></p> <p>Jorge I. Dom#65533;nguez is Antonio Medero Professor of Mexican and Latin American Politics and Economics, Harvard University.</p>

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