EALAI東京大学 東アジア・リベラルアーツ・イニシアティブ


Civil Society and Social Movements in East Asia (2012)

【担当】 鹿毛利枝子(東京大学)、コン・ソッキ(ソウル大学)
【時間】2012年度夏学期 4月13日~6月1日(金曜日15:00-18:00、全7回)
【場所】 駒場キャンパス 情報教育棟4階 遠隔講義室

【使用言語】 英語
【対象】 教養学部の3、4年生・AIKOMプログラムによる短期留学生

Class Schedule

2012.4.13(fri) Course Overview / Introduction to Korean Civil Society

-Lipschutz, Ronnie D. (ed.) 2006. Civil Society and Social Movements. UK: Ashgate. Introduction.

- Tarrow, Sidney. 2001. “Rooted Cosmopolitans: Transnational Activists in a World of States,” Ithaca, NY: Cornell Workshop on Transnational Contention.

- Armstrong, Charles K. 2007. Korean Society: Civil Society, Democracy and the State. Florence, KY, Routledge.Chapter 5 & 7

- Koo, Hagen (ed.) 1993. State and Society in Contemporary Korea. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Chapter 1, 2, 4 & 7

- Kim, Sunhyuk. 2000. The Politics of Democratization in Korea-The Role of Civil Society. Pittsburgh, PA, The University of Pittsburgh Press. Chapter 5-7. Pp. 77-150

- Kim, Kyong-Dong (ed.) 2008. Social Change in Korea. Seoul: Jipmoondang. Pp. 196-279

2012.4.20(fri) Introduction to Japanese Civil Society

- Pekkanen, Robert 2003. “Molding Japanese Civil Society: State-Structured Incentives and the Patterning of Civil Society,” in Frank J. Schwartz and Susan J. Pharr, eds. The State of Civil Society in Japan. New York: Cambridge University Press, 116-134.

- Haddad, Mary Alice 2006. “Civic Responsibility and Patterns of Volunteering around the World,”Comparative Political Studies, vol. 39, no. 10: 1220-1242.

- Tsujinaka, Yutaka 2003. “From Developmentalism to Maturity: Japan’s Civil Society in Comparative Perspective,” in Frank J. Schwartz and Susan J. Pharr, eds. The State of Civil Society in Japan. New York: Cambridge University Press, 83-115.

2012.4.27(fri) Contemporary Issues in Korean Civil Society

- Lim, Hyun-Chin and Suk-Ki Kong "Threats or Leverage for Korean Civil Society in Contesting Globalization" in Markus Pohlmann/ Yang, Jonghoe/ Lee, Jong-Hee (eds.) Citizenship and Migration in Europe and Asia: The Flow of Migrants and the perception of Citizenship, Germany: Springer.

- Shin, Gi-Wook and Paul Chang. 2011. South Korean Social Movements: From Democracy to Civil Society, Routledge. Chapter 12, & 14. The Korean Gay and Lesbian Movement 1993-2008: From "Identity" and "Community" to "Human Rights" (by Hyun-young Kwon Kim and John Cho)
Left Out: People’s Solidarity for Social Progress and the Evolution of Minjung After Authoritarianism, (by Alice S. Kim)download(5.2MB)

2012.5.11(fri) Contemporary Issues in Japanese Civil Society

- Haddad, Mary Alice 2011. “A State-in-Society Approach to the Nonprofit Sector: Welfare Services inJapan,” Voluntas, vol. 22, no. 1: 26-47.download(227KB)

- Aldrich, Daniel P. 2007. Site Fights: Divisive Facilities and Civil Society in Japan and the West. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ch. 5: 119-151.download(5.8MB)

- Song, Jiyeoun forthcoming. “Economic Distress, Labor Market Reforms, and Dualism in Japan and Korea,”Governance.download(258KB)

2012.5.18(fri) Collaboration between Korean and Japanese Civil Society

- Khagram, Sanjeev, James Riker and Kathryn Sikkink (eds.) 2002. Restructuring World Politics: Transnational Social Movements, Networks, and Norms, Minnesota: The University of Minnesota Press.download(4MB)

- Keck, Margaret and Kathryn Sikkink 1998. Activists Beyond Borders. Chapter 1: 1-38.download(7.4MB)

- Kong, Suk-Ki. 2012. “Politics of Cosmopolitan Citizenship: The Korean Engagement in the Global Justice Movements.” Citizenship Studies. Vol. 16 (Feb. 2012)download(134KB)

2012.5.25(fri) One more week on Collaboration between Korean and Japanese Civil Society?

- Lee, Sook Jong Lee and Celeste Arrington 2008. “The Politics of NGOs and Democratic - Governance in South Korea and Japan,” Pacific Focus, vol. 23, no. 1: 75-96.download(157KB)

- Aldrich, Daniel P. 2011. “The Power of the People: Social Capital’s Recovery from the 1995 Kobe Earthquake,” Natural Hazards, vol. 56, no. 3: 595-611.download(258KB)

- Arrington, Celeste 2010. “State Accountability and Responsiveness to Citizen Distress Movements in South Korea and Japan,” Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC [Note: Pending author approval]

2012.6.1(fri) Wrap-Up: “Towards a Rooted Cosmopolitan” in a Globalizing

-Tarrow, S. (2001). Rooted Cosmopolitans: Transnational Activists in a World of States. Ithaca, NY, Cornell Workshop on Transnational Contention.download(1MB)