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Historic Factors Influencing Korean Higher Education
Historic Factors Influencing Korean Higher Education
Historic Factors Influencing Korean Higher Education
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by Jeong-kyu Lee

size: A5, 226pages. publisher: Jimoondang, 2000.


About this book

Korean elite/higher education has been affected by historic factors. The significant religious and philosophical elements influencing Korean elite/higher education have been Buddhism, Confucianism, Shinto-Confucianism, Christianity and Western thoughts. In particular, the traditional thoughts such as Buddhism and Confucianism have affected a spiritual side, whereas the grafted ideas such as Christianity and Western thoughts have contributed to a formal side. The characteristics of contemporary Korean higher education have maintained the hierarchically closed organizational structure and culture with formal authoritarian interaction patterns.


Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgment
About the Author

Part One Introduction

I. Identification of the Problem
    1. Statement of the Problem
    2. Research Questions
    3. Significance of the Study
    4. Limitations of the Study
    5. Definitions of Terms
    6. Research Method and Procedures
Part Two Historical Background

II. Elite Education in the Traditional Period (57 BC-AD 1910)
    1. The Three Kingdoms (57 BC-AD 668) and the Unified Silla Kingdom (668-935)
    2. The Koryo Dynasty (918-1392)
    3. The Choson Dynasty (1392-1910)
III. Higher Education in the Modem Period (AD 1910-1990s)
    1. Japanese Colonial Rule (1910-1945)
    2. U.S. Military Government (1945-1948)
    3. Republic of Korea (1948-1990s)
Part Three Religious and Philosophical Factors

IV. Buddhism in the Traditional Period
    1. Hwarang in the Silla Kingdom Period
    2. Monastic Buddhist Schools in the Traditional Period
V. Confucianism in the Choson Period
    1. The Governmental Administrative Structure and Educational Administrators
    2 Seongkyunkwan (The National Confucian Academy)
    3. Kwa-keo (The National Civil Service Examination) Systems
VI. Christianity and Western Thoughts in the Late Choson Period
    1. Roman Catholicism and Protestantism
    2. Protestantism
    3. Missionary Higher Education
VII. Japanese Imperialism under Its Colonial Rule
    1. Shintoism
    2. Japanese Imperial Higher Education
VIII. American Influence: 1945-1948 (Americanism under the United States Military Government)

IX. Contemporary Thoughts
    1. The Context of Contemporary Korean Higher Education
    2. Contemporary Korean Higher Education: Perspectives of Educational Administration
    3. Legal Basis of Education and Administrative Structure
    4. The Current Educational Administrative Structure and School Systems
    5. The Impact of Contemporary Thoughts on Educational Administration in Korean Higher Education
    6. The Characteristics of Contemporary Korean Higher Education
Part Four Summary and Conclusion

X. Summary and Conclusion

XI. Implications for Korean Higher Education and Educational Administration

References
Appendixes
Index


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