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Korean cultural roots : religion and social thoughts

Title
Korean cultural roots : religion and social thoughts / edited by Ho-Youn Kwon.
Format
Book
Published
Chicago, Ill. : Integrated Technical Resources, c1995.
Description
284 p. ; 22 cm.
Other contributors
Kwon, Ho Youn. North Park College Korean Symposium (3rd : 1993 : Chicago, Ill.)
Notes
"The articles in this book have been chosen from the third North Park College Korean Symposium held in October of 1993."--P. [11]. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Foreword / David Horner.
  • Introduction / Ho-Youn Kwon.
  • Part 1. Religion: Roots of animism in Korea: from the earliest inhabitants to the Silla Kingdom / Sarah M. Nelson ; Bodhisattva, sage, and shaman: exemplars of compassion and service in traditional Korean religions / Edward R. Canda ; Purification ritual (Sosang Nalbaji Ssikim Kut) in Chindo Island / Antonetta Lucia Bruno ; Representation of man and nature in traditional peasant religion / Kyoung Mann Cho ; Christian contextualization in Korea / Jun Ki Chung ; The interpretation of Korean shaman's traditional healing ritual in light of modern clinical neuroscience / Sang Bok Lee.
  • Part 2. Social thoughts. The Confucian rules of propriety and their influence on the Korean people / Joon Yon Hwang ; Yangban legacy: cultural localism and Korean identity / Fujiya Kawashima ; Confucian element of Korean culture with special reference to ancestor worship / Wi Jo Kang ; Biblical reflection on Kyong Lo Sa Sang / Mi Sook Ji ; The cultural norm of filial piety: a new perspective in the United States / Kwang Chung Kim, Shin Kim and Won Moo Hurh ; Sibling bonds and marital conflicts among Korean immigrant women / Ho-Youn Kwon ; Blurred genders: the cultural construction of male and female in Korea and the United States / Diane M. Hoffman ; Indigenous form of Lamentation (Han): conceptual and philosophical analyses / Uichol Kim and Sang-Chin Choi.
  • Symposium luncheon speech: Korean studies in the United States / Byung Chul Koh.
  • Fund raising dinner speech: The soil hardens after a rain: toward a new chapter in the U.S.-Korean relationship / Tong Whan Park.
Subject headings
Korean Americans--Congresses. Korea--Civilization--Congresses.
ISBN
0964367718 9780964367715

Holdings

Library
Blmgtn - Herman B Wells Library
Call Number
E184.K6 K6 1995
Location
Wells Library - Research Coll. - Stacks
Floor
6th Floor, East Tower
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