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mugyo-gi yogsa-wa kujo [`The History and Structure of Korean Shamanism'].
kyohoe songjang-sa, 6th ed., trans.
For further discussion on this issue, see Alice Amsden, Asia's Next Giant: South Korea and Late Industrialization (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989), 204; Kum-su Kim, Han'guk
Nodong Munje ui Sanghwang gwa Insik (The Circumstances and interpretation of the Korean labor problem) (Seoul: Pulbit, 1986), 73; Korean Association of Women Workers, Han'guk
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In Soul-si ch 'olgomin undongsa [History of Evictee Movement in Seoul], edited by Han'guk
(15.) Foguo yuanwu zhenjue chanshi xinyao X1 357.69.457a24-b01; Yuanwu's statement is also recorded in the Yuanwu Foguo chanshi yulu 16, T1997.47.786c22-23, and the Sonmun yomsong sorhwa 2, Han'guk
pulgyo chonso (hereafter HPC) 5, 050c17-20.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism has taken the proverbial bull by the horns with its new promotion campaign, "Han Style," which focuses on six major aspects of Korean traditional culture: han'gul [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Korean alphabet), hansik [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Cold Food Festival in April), hanbok [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (traditional Korean dress), hanok [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (traditional Korean houses), hanji [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (traditional Korean paper), and han'guk
umak [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (traditional Korean music).
Song Pok, "'Kundae ihaenggi chungin yon'gu' ui p'iryosong" [Necessity of 'Studies on the chungin during Korea's transition to modernity'], in Han'guk
kundae ihaenggi chungin yon'gu [Studies on the chungin during Korea's transition to modernity], ed., Yonse Taehakkyo Kukhak Yon'guwon (Seoul, 1999), 19-25.
Pulgyo Chonso ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Collected Works of Korean Buddhism), vol.
The argument of Kelly was confirmed in a study of the Korean church by Chung Chae-young (Sesokhwa-wa Han'guk
Kyohoe ui Songjang (Secularization and Korean Church Growth), M.Th.
(15.) On the history of Catholicism in Korea, see Yu Hong-yol, Han'guk
Ch'onju Kyohoesa [A History of the Korean Catholic Church], 2 vols.
, Chongch'i Hakhoe [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], and Yon'gu Wiwonhoe [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] eds.