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- Corruption in cultural context: Contradictions within the Korean tradition
- [Donald N. Clark] Culture and Customs of Korea (Cu(Book4You)
- Culture of Korea
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Corruption in cultural context: Contradictions within the Korean tradition
Since the earliest settlements during prehistoric times, the people of Korea have developed a unique culture based on their outstanding artistic sensibility. The geographical conditions of the peninsula provided Koreans with opportunities to receive both continental and maritime cultures and ample resources, thereby forming original cultures of interest to and value for the rest of humanity, both then and now. Gyeongju Historic Areas Gyeongju was the capital of Silla for about one millennium. At the present time, Korean arts and culture are attracting many enthusiasts around the world. Recently, Korean Dansaekhwa monochrome paintings have become the talk of the global art world.
In particular, it is important to recognise its multivocality and thus its paradoxical relationship with its environment, its tendency to be shaped as well as shape modern institutions and the degree to which it is open to interpretation and contestation and thus to being compromised or altered to meet historical contingencies or political objectives. This approach provides the basis for the type of cultural analysis that can identify some of the cultural influences not only on some forms of corruption but on how a society understands the norms of good governance and what constitutes a deviation from these norms and thus what political corruption involves and why. It may also help us to understand how corruption can be disguised or justified within the Korean context. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Ahn, B.
[Donald N. Clark] Culture and Customs of Korea (Cu(Book4You)
Korea is a small peninsula located between China and Japan. Hangul is the name of the Korean alphabet. Although the spelling, alphabet and vocabulary differ slightly between the two countries, Korean is the official language of both South Korea and North Korea. Linguists believe the Korean language is a member of the Altaic family of languages, which originated in northern Asia. There are five major dialects in South Korea and one in North Korea. Despite differences in the dialects, speakers from different areas can understand each other. The Korean alphabet is easy to learn and Korea enjoys one of the highest literacy rates in the world.
Korea is mainly composed of one race which is Asian Northeast. It has its unique one culture, character, cloth, and food that separate from the countries nearby Korea. Diligent and hard work, filial piety, and humbleness are characteristics respected by Koreans. They are proud of their unique traditional culture and their economic success within short period of time. Education is very important to Koreans.
Culture of Korea
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