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    2014년 1학기
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The course examines some of the most innovative theories and practices in government and civil society. We focus on USA and South Korea, but welcome comparisons to other countries. Students critique the claims of key authors and develop coherent arguments of their own. The course emphasizes weekly writing, student-led discussion, and small group meetings

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1. 비디오 What is Political Sociology Introduction to Political Sociology. We stress governance, or the partnership b/t government and civil society. URL
2. 비디오 Paul Tough, “A Teachable Moment,” NY Times Key example of governance is in the field of education, where any group of parents and teachers can form a school, as they as they follow government guidelines. URL
비디오 Chapter 1: Catalytic Government: Steering Rather Than Rowing.(1) We start Osborne and Gaebler, Reinventing Government. Government can steer, or set poilcy guidelines and monitor results; and let other organizations row, or provide actual services. URL
3. 비디오 Chapter 1: Catalytic Government: Steering Rather Than Rowing.(2) We discuss steering and rowing, or lack of it, in Korea. A centralized monopoly in public education in Korea; government is hostile to private alternatives, such as hagwon. URL
비디오 Community websites (e.g., Ilbe) “Swamp Nurse,” New Yorker In Louisiana, government-funded Nurse visitors program help poor people to make better parents. URL
4. 비디오 “What It Takes to Make a Student,”NY Times Intense academic and character education is more effective for teaching inner city kids than progressive, self-esteem method popular in public schools. URL
5. 비디오 Chapter 3: Competitive Government Competition is the most important element for improving the quality and cost-effectiveness of government services. It does not necessarily mean that a service will be turned over to the private sector; it means that no one organization has monopoly in providing service. In a monopoly, an entrenched bureaucracy and the politically powerful resist innovation. URL
6. 비디오 “Big Study Links Good Teachers to Lasting Gain,” NY Times Elementary- and middle-school teachers who help raise their students’ standardized-test scores seem to have a wide-ranging, lasting positive effect on those students’ lives beyond academics, including lower teenage-pregnancy rates and greater college matriculation and adult earnings, according to a new study that tracked 2.5 million students over 20 years. URL
비디오 Current Events / Multiculturalism Many Korean-Chinese (Joseonjok) migrants in Korea face prejudice and discrimination. URL
7. 비디오 Multicultural Korea In Korean online discourse, netizens vigorously debate foreigners and multicultural policies. URL
비디오 LGBT Korea (guest speaker) Pastor Daniel Payne discusses experiences of LGBT (gays) in Korea URL
8. 비디오 Fukuyama & Putnam, Social Capital “Social capital” refers to features of social organization, such as networks, norms, and trust, that facilitate coordination and cooperation for mutual benefit. Social capital enhances the benefits of investment in physical and human capital. URL
비디오 Korea, Japan, China Korea-Japan relations; social crises in China URL
9. 비디오 Hallyu & Korean Studies: Promoting Korean culture Professors from various countries discussion Korean studies and Hallyu. URL
비디오 Korea-Japan Sarah Soh's Comfort Women presents clear history and exposes many myths URL
10. 비디오 Student Presentations Korean culture is becoming less popular in Japan; growing number of foreigners in Korea. URL

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