While conflict is seen as something that challenges traditional norm and stability, it is also a path towards positive change and development needed for the well-being of a society. This paper attempts to study three kinds of conflicts that modern Korean society (after 1945) went through, mainly focusing on how these conflicts brought the development and if the general pattern can be found in the conflicts.
This paper also attempts to show how Korean society can utilize ongoing conflicts between classes in order to achieve further development in the future, and how to develop a specific model for Korea.
- Conflicts between classes in modern Korea
- Park, Eun-Young
- The East Asia Institute
Conflicts between classes in modern Korea
Source for Social Development
Seoul : The East Asia Institute
|Journal Title; Vol./Issue||EPIK Journals Online:vol. 4|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < General|
|Holding||The East Asia Institute|