Aim for around 50 words per question – rather than answer them individually (using numbered responses) answer them using comprehensive paragraphs that cover all the questions being posed (essay question response format)
Label all questions with their week and number.
Week 7 Question 1: Week Differences and similarities in the attitudes of the two sides regarding the value of work? What are the differences and similarities in the attitudes of the two sides regarding how workers should be treated?
Week 7 Question 2: What kinds of responses that people in Korea have to the cultural changes that were introduced by Japanese colonial authorities? Which changes seem to have been the most disruptive, and why?
Week 10 Question 1: In what ways was Jin’s life shaped by political events? How did Jin understand ethnicity? What role did it play in her life?
Week 10 Question 2: What do the authors mean by revisionism and reformism? Are the authors trying to attract others to join them? Why or why not?
Week 11 question 1: What was there in Kang Cheol Hwan’s family’s past that might explain why he ended up as a prisoner? How did Kang Cheol Hwan manage to survive? What does Kang Cheol Hwan’s story tell you about the living conditions for people in North Korea?
Week 11 Question 2: What kinds of difficulties did women (and also men) face as a result of the 1997 Asian economic crisis? Why did women decide that they needed their own trade union? What is particular to the Korean case (what do Korean workers have in common with workers elsewhere?)
Week 12 question 1: What are the conflicts between working and being a mother? How do women interact across the work divide? What roles are fathers expected to play in child-rearing?
Week 14 question 1: What are the merits of the original argument that ridding China of corruption would require a higher level of development? What can you learn from the bloggers’ responses about the mood in China? For more information on Culture of Asia check on this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Asia
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