ideological severance from preceded political regimes; vulnerability to external economic setting; militant and unyielding trade unions; establishment of social consensus; similarities in some policy responses; and strong governmental intervention.
ideology as 'Our-style Socialism', 'Military-First Ideology'. But after systematization of 'Juche Ideology', several distinctive features of North Korean philosophy are the appearance of various studies that expand the extension of philosophica
ideologies get amplified. However, the ideologies are so unrealistic and severe that ordinary people who belong to reality cannot follow, and thus they ring hollow. That is to say, Jindaebangjeon, which says outwardly that the falling value, Hyo(孝
ideological aspects of consumption.
1.The motivation in undertaking a disciplinary rebranding exercise
2. Some caveats worth discussion in the European context
3. A broad definition of consumer culture theory research
4. A discussion on prospect of consumer culture theory
Three main issues motivated the crafting of the 2005 JCR.
1.The desire to rectify several enduring misconceptions about
World war 2.
After World war 2~1955 : France fought hard to regain their
former territories without success.
2. Cultural revolution 1966~1976; fixed roles.
Homosexuality of men
= Deception as woman
+ Fantasy of Asian woman
→ way to show
the Orient created by the West ideology
France has a highly distinctive public administration system. It adopted principle of sovereignty and division of powers but also allowed that the president has strong power. This makes it possible that the president disperse the parliament in case they lose people’s confidence. It is differentiated from many other presidential system in other nations. Also, France has th
1. Background/ Definition of Problem
According to a survey of “International Transparency”, public institutions rectitude level of Korea in 2013 stayed # 46 of the countries surveyed 177 pieces. It means that Korea achieved significantly quantitative growth, but the qualitative level of the public organizations is inferior to the developed countries. October 10, 2014 accor
What are human rights?
Human rights are concerned with equality and fairness.
There are a number of basic rights that people from around the world have agreed on.
These human rights are the same for all people everywhere.
Over the last three decades, national human rights organizations have proliferated; today, a human rights community of some sort exists in virtually every country of