Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017
SOC/ANT 313 Modern Korean Culture
4 hours; 4 credits
A survey of modern Korean culture and society since 1945. The course will examine key dimensions of South Korean society, including the division of the peninsula, the legacies of the Korean War, projects of national economic development, gender dynamics, and social movements, to the most recent social and cultural phenomena and multiculturalism under the aegis of Global Korea.
Prerequisites: ENG 151 and any SOC 200-level course
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