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KOR 352 FA19 101: Week 8 Quiz Question 1 (0.25 points) Which of the following is not true of Kim and Finch’s observations during their field research in South Korea from 1997 to 2000? Question 1... options: The government of Kim Youngsam decided to accept the bailout offered by the International Monetary Fund They could see the signs foreshadowing the economic crisis when they arrived in Seoul in August 1997 South Koreans considered the IMF bailout as a loss of sovereignty The Asian Financial Crisis in 1997 came on suddenly Question 2 (0.25 points) Which of the following does not correctly describe the social changes brought about by the IMF crisis according to Kim and Finch? Question 2 options: Women workers were laid off first to help keep the male breadwinners and heads of the household employed The Crisis hit only middle-class families The nationwide gold collecting drive resulted in gathering one-third of the money the country owed to the IMF The Crisis put middle-class housewives in a situation where they had to work and contribute to household expenses Question 3 (0.25 points) The IMF financial crisis mainly hit the middle-class, so working-class women were not affected by the crisis very much because their lives were already hard enough according to Kim and Finch as well as Kendall. Question 3 options: True False Question 4 (0.25 points) Which of the following correctly describes shamanism in modern South Korea according to Laurel Kendall? Question 4 options: Contemporary nationalists celebrate shamans as living artifacts practicing deep-rooted cultural traditions Popular culture movements in South Korea criticized shamanism as pre-modern backwardness South Korean shamanic rituals are mainly accompanied by stories of economic triumph Shamans appeared as one of the main characters in the story of Korean modernity Question 5 (0.25 points) Which of the following does not correctly describe South Korea’s development in the modern era according to Laurel Kendall? Question 5 options: President Park Chung-hee and his government initiated a series of five-year plans for Korea’s economic development Many South Koreans cooperated with the government’s initiatives for economic development to increase opportunities for their children South Korean economic development was situated at crossroads where the interests of the government, the military, and monopoly capital intersected Rural areas were not affected by government-led economic development because the new economy was centered around big cities Question 6 (0.25 points) Which of the following is not a part of scenery of the IMF era in South Korea Laurel Kendall delineates? Question 6 options: South Koreans were wanting for the other shoe to fall when the harsh layoffs started Small business owners were experiencing a hard time in their businesses There was extensive media coverage on homeless men, abandoned children, and suicides When she returned to South Korea in the spring of 1998, she found South Koreans tried not to talk about the IMF economic crisis Question 6 (0.25 points) Which of the following is not a part of scenery of the IMF era in South Korea Laurel Kendall delineates? Question 6 options: South Koreans were wanting for the other shoe to fall when the harsh layoffs started Small business owners were experiencing a hard time in their businesses There was extensive media coverage on homeless men, abandoned children, and suicides When she returned to South Korea in the spring of 1998, she found South Koreans tried not to talk about the IMF economic crisis Question 7 (0.25 points) Min’s mother, one of three interviewees Park and Abelmann introduced in their article “Class and Cosmopolitan Striving,” is aware of the importance of English as educational and cultural capital but is skeptical about the quality of after-school programs in South Korea. Question 7 options: True False Question 8 (0.25 points) Haejoang Cho does not see a possibility for new politics generated by the Spec Generation because the youth in the Spec Generation are “hyper-rational fools.” Question 8 options: True False [Show More]

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