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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Arrington, Celeste L., 1980-, editor. Goedde, Patricia, editor.
Title Statement
Rights claiming in South Korea / edited by Celeste L. Arrington, George Washington Uiversity, Patricia Goedde, Sungkyunkwan University.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge ;   New York, NY :   Cambridge University Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 342 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781108841337 (hardback) 9781108893947 (ebook)
요약
"People in South Korea are increasingly asserting their rights. They make rights claims in public and via the courts, the National Human Rights Commission, legislative and bureaucratic processes, and international human rights mechanisms"--
General Note
"This volume began as the George Washington Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS) signature conference entitled "The Evolution of Rights in Korea", held in Washington, DC on April 20-21, 2018"--ECIP acknowledgements.  
Content Notes
Introduction: Rights in action / Patricia Goedde and Celeste L. Arrington -- Legal disputes, women's legal voice, and petitioning rights in late Joseon Korea / Jisoo M. Kim -- Defying claims of incompetence : women's lawsuits over separate property rights in colonial Korea / Sungyun Lim -- "Equal" second-class citizens : postcolonial democracy and women's rights in postliberation South Korea / Eunkyung Kim -- A clash of claims : the diversity and effectiveness of rights claims around the Jeju 4.3 events / Hun Joon Kim -- Advancing human rights, advancing a nation : becoming a Seonjinguk via the National Human Rights Commission of Korea / Soo-Young Hwang -- The constitutional court as a facilitator of fundamental rights claiming in South Korea, 1988-2018 / Hannes B. Mosler -- Rights claiming through the courts : changing legal opportunity structures in South Korea / Celeste L. Arrington -- Public interest lawyering in South Korea : trends in institutional development / Patricia Goedde -- From "we are not machines, we are humans" to "we are workers, we want to work" : the changing notion of labor rights in Korea, the 1980s to the 2000s / Yoonkyung Lee -- From invisible beneficiaries to rights bearers : how the disability rights movement changed the law and Korean society / JaeWon Kim -- The politics of postponement and sexual minority rights in South Korea / Ju Hui Judy Han -- Discovering diversity : the anti-discrimination legislation movement in South Korea / Jihye Kim and Sung Soo Hong -- The rights of noncitizenship : migrant rights and hierarchies in South Korea / Erin Aeran Chung -- Claiming citizenship : rights claiming and recognition for North Koreans entering South Korea / Sheena Chestnut Greitens -- Conclusion : findings and future directions / Celeste L. Arrington and Patricia Goedde.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Civil rights --Korea (South) --Congresses. Civil rights --Korea --History --Congresses. LAW / General
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction: rights in action Patricia Goedde and Celeste L. Arrington; Part I. Rights in Historical Perspective: 1. Legal disputes, women''s legal voice, and petitioning rights in late Joseon Korea Jisoo M. Kim; 2. Defying claims of legal incompetence: women''s lawsuits over separate property rights in colonial Korea Sungyun Lim; 3. ''Equal'' second-class citizens: post-colonial democracy and women''s rights in post-liberation South Korea Eunkyung Kim; Part II. Institutional Mechanisms for Rights Claiming: 4. A clash of claims: the diversity and effectiveness of rights claims around the Jeju 4.3 events Hun Joon Kim; 5. Advancing human rights, advancing a nation: becoming a Seonjinguk via the national human rights commission of Korea Soo-Young Hwang; 6. The constitutional court as a facilitator of fundamental rights claiming in Korea, 1988-2018 Hannes B. Mosler; 7. Rights claiming through the courts: changing legal opportunity structures in South Korea Celeste L. Arrington; 8. Public interest lawyering in South Korea: trends in institutional development Patricia Goedde; Part III. Mobilizing Rights for the marginalized: 9. From ''we are not machines, we are humans'' to ''we are workers, we want to work'': the changing notion of labour rights in Korea, the 1980s-the 2000s Yoonkyung Lee; 10. From invisible beneficiaries to independent rights-holders: how the disability rights movement changed the law and Korean society JaeWon Kim; 11. The politics of postponement and sexual minority rights in South Korea Ju Hui Judy Han; 12. Discovering diversity: the anti-discrimination legislation movement in South Korea Jihye Kim and Sung Soo Hong; Part IV. Shaping Rights for New and Non-citizens: 13. The rights of non-citizenship: migrant rights and hierarchies in South Korea Erin Aeran Chung; 14. Claiming citizenship: rights claiming and recognition for North Koreans entering South Korea Sheena Chestnut Greitens; Conclusion: findings and future directions Celeste L. Arrington and Patricia Goedde; Index.

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