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BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

English Sources

 

Cho, Hyoung. Labor Force Participation of Women in Korea, In The Conference on Korean Women at Home and Abroad, 24-25 June 1983, Los Angeles: California State University.

 

Chung, Sei-Wha. Socialization and Women in Korea From the Perspective of the Family, School and Social Education. Korean          Womens Institute, Ewha Womans University Press, May 1985.

 

Creel, H.G. . Chinese Thought: From Confucius to Mao Tsê-Tung. New York: Mentor Books, 1960.

 

Eckert, Carter J. (et al). Korea Old and New: A History. Seoul: Ilchokak Publishers, 1990.

 

Kendall, Laurel and Mark Peterson, eds. Korean Women: View from the Inner Room. Cushing, ME: East Rock Press, Inc., 1983.

 

Kim, Eun-Shil. The Political Discourse of Modernity and Gender in   Korean Family Planning Policy, in The International Conference on Gender and Sexuality in East and Southeast Asia, 9-11 December 1990.

 

Kim, Yung-Chung. Womens Movement in Modern Korea. Seoul: Korean Womens Institute, Ewha Womans University Press, 1985.

 

Korean Womens Development Institute,  Korean Women Now. Seoul: By the author, 1994.

 

Korean Womens Institute Series, Challenges for Women: Womens Studies in Korea. Seoul: Ewha Womans University Press, 1986.

 

Lebra, Takie Sugiyama. Japanese Women: Constraint and Fulfillment. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1984.

 

MacLean, Charles. The Wolf Children. New York: Hill and Wang, 1977.

 

Mattielli, Sandra, ed. Virtues in Conflict: Tradition and the Korean Woman Today. Seoul: Samhwa Publishing Co. Ltd, 1977.

 

Ministry of Education Republic of Korea. Education in Korea: 1995-  1996. Seoul: By the author, 1995.

 

Moon, Okpyo. Urban Middle Class Wives in Contemporary Korea: Their Roles, Responsibilities and Dilemma. Korea Journal (30 November 1990): 30-43.

 

Research Center for Asian Women. Women of the Yi Dynasty. Seoul: Sookmyung Womens University, 1986.

 

Yu, Eui-Young and Earl Phillips, eds. Korean Women in Transition: At Home and Abroad. California State University, 1987.

 

 

Periodicals

 

Asias New Yuppies. Fortune, 4 June 1990, 224-26.

 

 

Daughters Are Disadvantaged Right From Birth. World Health, June 1986, 30-31.

 

Korea Grows Up. Forbes, 16 November 1987, 90.

 

Korea Revisited. Forbes, 14 May 1990, 29.

 

Monagie, Katie. Study for Your Life. Scholastic Update (Teachers Edition), 20 March 1992, 18-19.

 

The Korean Tiger Has Lost Its Claws. Business Week, 30 April 1990, 40-41.

 

U.S. Department of State Dispatch.  Country Profile: South Korea. Washington, D.C. : Government Printing Office.

 

Womanpower. World Health, April 1985, 22-24.

 

Womens Rights Body Reviews Reports From 8 States. UN Chronicle, August 1987, 46.

 

 

Korean Sources

 

In 50 Corporations College Graduate Women Hires Exceed 10% for the First Time. (50 Daegûrup daejolchuiôpyôsông chôt      10% nômô) Dong-A Ilbo (Seoul), 3 May 1996, p. 1.

 

Lee, Kwang Kyu. Hanguk gajokûi gujo bunsôk. [Analysis of Korean Family Structure]. Seoul: Iljisa, 1975.

 

Ministry of Education Republic of Korea (Daehanminguk mungyobu). Mungyo tonggyeyônbo: 1980, 1990,1995.        [Statistical Yearbook of Education: 1980, 1990, 1995]. Seoul: By the author, 1980, 1990, 1995.

 

National Statistics Office Republic of Korea (Tonggyechông). Hanguk donggyeyôngam. [Korea Statistical Yearbook 94]. Seoul: By the author, 1994.

 

Yônse Daehakgyo Yôsôngyônguso (Yonsei University Womens Research Center). Yôsông gwa jikôp: Yôsôngyônguso 1995 nyôndo Chugye Haksul Simpojium. [Women and Work: Womens Research Center 1995 Fall Science Symposium]. Seoul: By the author, 1995.

 

Yun Gyông-Hûi. Yôgija. [Women Journalists]. Seoul: Hanguk yôgija kûlrôp (Korean Women Journalist Club), 1990.

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