Complexity of Korean Unification Process: System Approach
Product Descriptionby Yong-pil Rhee
size: A5new, 256pages. publisher: Seoul National University Press, 1998.
Table of contents
1. Nonkilling and Systems Sciences: What Contributions can Systems Sciences Make to Nonkilling Korean and Global Transformation?
2. Some Economic Aspects of Korean Unification
3. Social Entropy and the Korean Peninsula: Further Applications
4. Sustemic Change in North Korean Political System and Enhanced Position of the Military Elite after Kim ¥± Sung's Death: Political System and General Systems Approach
5. Systemic Change in the North and South Korean Political Systems and Its Impact on the Integration Process: A Nonequilibrium, Environmental Approach
6. Birth, Death, and Dormancy: Imiplications of Living Systems Theory for a Unified Korean Society
7. System Versus Lifeworld Integration: Social Aspects of Korean Unification
8. The Introduction of South Korea Currency in a Korean Unification Process
9. Four Practical, Computer-Based Tools for Using General Systems Processes as Guidelines for Korean Reunification
10. Changing Political Economy in Northeast Asia and Inter-Korean Relations
11. Korean Natioal Security Policy in the Global Dynamics: The Role of Korea in Asian Security System