Korea's Divided Families: Fifty Years of Separation
By: James Foley (author)Hardback
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The divided families problem is a serious social issue in North and South Korea, involving hundreds of thousands of first generation divided family members, most of whom have not seen their relatives since the Korean War. It is the most pressing humanitarian issue between the two Koreas, and is connected to the greater issue of human rights in North Korea today. However, little serious academic work exists on the subject, in either English or Korean. This new study, based on research conducted in Korea, including interviews in 2001 with Korean families who benefited from the most recent exchanges, addresses the many issues surrounding the divided family problem, and highlights its importance in the path towards Korean rapprochement.
List of Abbreviations Used in the Text Introduction 1. Diaspora and Political division: the historical background to the problem of Korea's divided families 2. The Size and Scale of the Divided Families problem 3. Korea's Divided Families and Korea's Division and Reunification 4. Family Histories 5. Reunion 6. Hopes for the Future Appendix 1 - English Translations of the Interviews Glossary Bibliography
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