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IST 383 - Modern Korea (3)

The primary objective of the seminar is to help the students enhance analytic ability for the study of the history and the political dynamics of the most intriguing system in the world: two Koreas. After a brief introduction to cultural background and history from approximately the late 1800s, the course will discuss the key historical phenomena that have been influential in Korea’s evolution until the division of the two Koreas. The course then examines and compares the major aspects and functions of political systems, processes, and changes (general patterns of similarities and differences) in both South and North Korea. Same as POL 383  and HIS 383 . Prerequisite(s): POL 161  or POL 203  or HIS 145  .



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