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《Contemporary Korea》 2010-02
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The Development And Changes Of The Korean Women Movement After 1970

Cui Xianxiang,Ph.D.,teacher of Foreign Language College,Tianjin Normal University.Field Resarch:Korea's history and culture  
The Korean women movement started in 1970s.including modifying the family laws、resisting the sexual tourism and improving the working conditions and salaries of women.In 1980s,many women organizations were founded in Korea,and this meant that women movements achieved an organizatonal and popular stage.Subsequently,women movements spreaded to all classes and areas,demostrating the accumulated strength of women movements.In 1990s,in order to make the"gender"as main steam,Korean women movement explored strategically to develop the women power inside the institutions.Women groups gave pressure to the governments,passed and modified a lot of laws related to women successfully.After 2000,abolishing the householderism became the center of the women movement and the movement on internet started to rise.At the same time,marginalized women groups including lesbians、female disabled and migrated women started to organize movements.
【CateGory Index】: D731.26
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