Contents: Theory, Concepts and Methods: Issues in the Analysis of Social Movements – Capital, Class, and the State: A Brief
History of South Korea (1945-1980) – Framing and Social Contexts: Ideas in the South Korean Student Movements in the 1980s
– The Repertoires of Contention in the Student Movement – Political Transformation, 1987-1991 – State-Civil Society Relations,
Political Economy, and Geo-politics in the 1990s – The Left in the 1990s: The Quest for a New Movement Ideology – Theoretical
Implications for Social Movement Studies.