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This study examines how the statue of comfort women in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul contributes to forming a public discourse with its symbolic and affective characteristics. Since the independence in 1945, former comfort women have gone through traumatic experiences as well as the periods of sexual slavery during World War II. Even thoug...
This study aims to raise our understanding of how memory of a social group is transnationally appropriated and utilized by other subjects. A collective sense of justice for comfort women has been handed to many Koreans either in Korea or in overseas countries since the early 1990s. In the U.S., the first comfort women monument was established in Pa...
This resea rch is aimed at providing the possibility for overcoming the current people 's status of exclusion a nd fragme nted spaces of urban regions. In this context, it needs to be considered that how the social movements, which are in collusion with spatial characteristics, are proceeding in urban societies. In order to find the clue to such pr...