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Civil Society on the Move

Transition and Transfer in Germany and South Korea

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Edited By Eun-Jeung Lee and Hannes B. Mosler

Following the transformation of the Soviet-controlled Eastern European system, there has been a renewal of discourses on civil society. The collection of essays discusses this complicated and controversial concept and explores the possibility of new approaches for the study of Korean civil society and democracy. Combining interdisciplinary and transregional research, it contributes directly to the field of democracy after democratization and sheds light on concepts of civil society, developments of various civil society organizations and student movements in Germany, Korea, and Eastern Europe.
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Bibliographic Information published by the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek The Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the Deutsche Nationalbibliografie; detailed bibliographic data is available in the internet at http://dnb.d-nb.de.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Civil society on the move : transition and transfer in Germany and South Korea / Eun-Jeung Lee, Hannes B. Mosler (eds.).  pages cm. – (Research on Korea, ISSN 2196-0895 ; volume 3) ISBN 978-3-631-65582-5 1. Civil society–Germany 2. Civil society–Korea (South) 3. Democracy–Germany. 4. Democracy–Korea (South) 5. Student movements–Germany. 6. Student movements–Korea (South) I. Lee, Eun-Jeung, editor of compilation. II. Mosler, Hannes B., 1976- editor of compilation.  JN3971.A91C58 2015   306.20943–dc23

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This work was supported by the Academy of Korean Studies of the Republic of Korea (AKS-2009-MA-1001).



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