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North of the DMZ

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Informationen zum Autor Andrei Lankov is a senior lecturer at the Australian National University. The Kim dynasty has ruled North... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Andrei Lankov is a senior lecturer at the Australian National University. Klappentext The Kim dynasty has ruled North Korea for over 60 years. Most of that period has found the country suffering under mature Stalinism characterized by manipulation! brutality and tight social control. Nevertheless! some citizens of Kim Jong Il's regime manage to transcend his tyranny in their daily existence. This book describes that difficult but f existence and the world that the North Koreans have created for themselves in the face of oppression. Many features of this world are unique and even bizarre. But they have been created by the citizens to reflect their own ideas and values! in sharp contrast to the world forced upon them by a totalitarian system. Opening chapters introduce the political system and the extent to which it permeates citizens' daily lives! from the personal status badges they wear to the nationalized distribution of the food they eat. Chapters discussing the schools! the economic system! and family life dispel the myth of the workers' paradise that North Korea attempts to perpetuate. In these chapters the intricacies of daily life in a totalitarian dictatorship are seen through the eyes of defectors whose anecdotes constitute an important portion of the material. The closing chapter treats at length the significant changes that have taken place in North Korea over the last decade! concluding that these changes will lead to the quiet but inevitable death of North Korean Stalinism. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here. Zusammenfassung The Kim dynasty has ruled North Korea for over 60 years. Most of that period has found the country suffering under Stalinism characterized by manipulation! brutality and tight social control. This book describes that difficult but determined existence and the world that the North Koreans have created for themselves in the face of oppression. ...

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Andrei Lankov is a senior lecturer at the Australian National University.



Klappentext

The Kim dynasty has ruled North Korea for over 60 years. Most of that period has found the country suffering under mature Stalinism characterized by manipulation, brutality and tight social control. Nevertheless, some citizens of Kim Jong Il's regime manage to transcend his tyranny in their daily existence. This book describes that difficult but f existence and the world that the North Koreans have created for themselves in the face of oppression. Many features of this world are unique and even bizarre. But they have been created by the citizens to reflect their own ideas and values, in sharp contrast to the world forced upon them by a totalitarian system. Opening chapters introduce the political system and the extent to which it permeates citizens' daily lives, from the personal status badges they wear to the nationalized distribution of the food they eat. Chapters discussing the schools, the economic system, and family life dispel the myth of the workers' paradise that North Korea attempts to perpetuate. In these chapters the intricacies of daily life in a totalitarian dictatorship are seen through the eyes of defectors whose anecdotes constitute an important portion of the material. The closing chapter treats at length the significant changes that have taken place in North Korea over the last decade, concluding that these changes will lead to the quiet but inevitable death of North Korean Stalinism. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

Produktinformationen

Titel: North of the DMZ
Untertitel: Essays on Daily Life in North Korea
Autor:
EAN: 9780786428397
ISBN: 0786428392
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: McFarland and Company, Inc.
Genre: Geschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 360
Gewicht: 522g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T19mm
Jahr: 2007