Korea's response to the West.


Kalamazoo, Mich., Korea Research and Publications; [distributed by Cellar Book Shop, Detroit], [1971] .

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Subjects Civilization -- Western influences.
International relations.
Korea -- Civilization -- Western influences.
Korea -- Relations.
Korea.
Series Series on contemporary Korean problems ; 6.
Description xi, 254 pages 28 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The weight of tradition: preliminary observations on Korea's intellectual response, by H.D. Walker.--The acceptance of Western technology in early modern Korea, by Young-ho Kim.--The acceptance of Western culture in Korea, by Hong-ryol Ryu.--Early Korean contact with Christianity and Korean response: an historical introduction, by W.J. Kang.--Christianity as a heterodoxy: an aspect of general cultural orientation in traditional Korea, by Chai-sik Chung.--Western religion and Korean culture, by S.J. Palmer.--Korea's response to America and France in the decade of the Taewongun, 1874-1883, by Soo-bock Choi.--Reaction and the response to the opening of Korea, 1876-1884, by A.C. Nahm.--Reformist thought of the independence program (1896-1898), by C.N. Weems.--Korean industrial entrepreneurship, 1924-1940, by D.S. Juhn.
Geographic Area Korea
Network Numbers (OCoLC)163346
(OCoLC)ocm00163346
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WorldCat Identities Jo, Yung-hwan, 1932-
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