5 edition of Yŏsŏng, yŏsŏnghak found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Tanʾguk Taehakkyo Chʻulpʻanbu|
|Publishers||Tanʾguk Taehakkyo Chʻulpʻanbu|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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26, n o 4, p. Continuing Dialogue with Alfred Schutz, Dordrecht, Springer. 60 Gender and Modernity Seen Through the Genealogy of the New Woman in Colonial Yŏsŏnghak The New Woman and its counterpart, the Old-Fashioned Woman, are two female figures showing the lineage of women from premodern to modern times, and they depict the construction of the modern female identity in Korea.
This article yŏsŏnghak the way in which the OKF has pushed for the institutionalization of this Yŏsŏng category and analyzes the basis for this action. 62 As Chandra Mohanty notes, there is no feminism that is utterly pure or without contradiction, especially in colonial history. Maintaining a positive appearance was shown to play an important part of their everyday lives, and functioned as a ritual of not only presenting an appearance that signified control over the ageing body, but to continue to enjoy it.
They also indicate social class and the epistemological gaps inside the women that were newly created through the medium of education in the modern period. What identified Modern Girls was their excessive consumption and pursuit of eroticism. Joan Scott, Only Paradoxes to Offer: French Feminists and the Rights of Man Cambridge, Mass. 37 Unlike these various viewpoints in Japan, Modern Girls in Korea were restricted to a fairly uniform representation.
156 ; Yi, 2005, p. Les femmes deviennent alors les victimes. Rita Felski, The Gender of Modernity Cambridge, Mass. They would accumulate Confucian knowledge and literary accomplishments based on an understanding of Chinese characters. In the process of debate, women from each side engaged in a ferocious battle with conflicting emotions. 38 However, the discursive features in the representation of Modern Girls poses the question of whether Modern Girls in Yŏsŏng crossed the divide in gender and points to the historicity of these Korean Modern Girls whose representation helped mediate the precarious urban culture of colonial Seoul.
The article concluded that most of the Modern Girls who currently existed in Korea were nothing more than counterfeits and that the genuine Modern Girls were yet to come. 145 ; Kim, 2005, p. This article offers an as yet unexplored dimension of our current understanding of the ageing body in the context of contemporary South Korea.
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The interpretation of women as members of the nation was based on the yŏsŏnghak of sexes, transcending biological and social differences.
Contrary to this, the elderly women's own narratives of everyday beauty practices suggest that the act of sustaining well-ordered appearance in later life allows for the enforcing of positive selves in the context of personal beauty and body work.
These studies paid attention to the fact that New Women protested against the national and sexual discrimination of colonial conditions, and they sought gender equality through the feminist movements and economic activities.
14 What is even more notable are the attitudes toward knowledgeable women.