Law and Democracy in South Korea: Democratic Development Since 1987
By: Dae-Kyu Yoon (author)Paperback
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The sweeping changes that have taken place in South Korea's governing institutions since the adoption of a new constitution in 1987 have affected and transformed many aspects of Korean society. Dae-Kyu Yoon adopts a legal perspective to explore the trajectory of the country's democratic consolidation. Ranging from processes to structures to issues of social justice, he sheds important light on the role of law in democratic development.
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