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  • P-ISSN0023-3900
  • E-ISSN2733-9343

An Analysis of the Discourse on the Citizens’ Movement in Korea: A Comparison to the Japanese Case

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2006, v.46 no.2, pp.35-67

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Abstract

This paper explores the discourse on the citizens movement in Korea in comparison to Japan. Although Korea and Japan use the same term of citizens movement, the discourses on it were totally different from each other due to the different historical context of these respective citizens movement. While the discourse on citizens movement focused on class issues with respect to the minjungmovement in Korea, the dis-course in Japan concerned itself with with new subjects of the social movement associated with Japanese modernization. While there was almost no discourse on a theory of a organization in Korea, a discourse on the organization of citizens movement, related to the characteristics of Japanese modernization, was also elaborated from the beginning in Japan. However, discourse on the citizens movement in Korea focused on the issues of the citizens movement that were scarcely found in Japan. A comparative analysis of the discourse on the citizens movement reveals particular features of the citizens movement itself and raises theoretical questions that have been previously ignored in thinking about the citizens movement in Korea.

keywords
citizens’ movement discourse subjects of citizens’ move-ment theory of organization minjung movement radical democracy

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