INDEX
‘‘Administered mass organizations.’’ See
amos
‘‘Administration of women’’ (punyŏ-
haengjŏng), 10
Afshar, Haleh, 187 n.16
Age, and women’s employment, 77–78
Althusser, Louis, 186 n.13
amos (‘‘administered mass organiza-
tions’’), 18; and civic associations,
106; and conscription, 190 n.5; imple-
menting state policy, 22–23, 79–80;
during Japanese colonial rule, 78–
79; and ‘‘rational management of the
household,’’ 90; supervising popula-
tion with, 31–33; during usamg, 79;
and women, 78–81, 200 n.9
Amsden, Alice, 185 n.2
An Pyŏung-mu, 101
An Sŭng-ch’ŏn, 206 n.17
Anderson, Benedict, 44–45
Anthias, Flora, 185 n.6
Anticommunism: among elite, 25; body
politic of, 18, 24, 27–39; education of,
35–36, 50–51; indoctrination of, 35–
36, 67; mottoes of, 18, 29–31, 108–109;
and nation building, 2, 24–27; and
national identity, 26–27, 103–104; and
normalization, 34–35; rallies, 32
Anticommunism Law, 103–106, 119,
181
April revolution (sa-il-guhyŏngmyŏng),
98, 102
asean (Association of Southeast Asian
Nations), 117
Barber, Benjamin, 186 n.12
Barrack life, conditions of, 48–49
Bell, David, 210 n.2
Bello, Walden, 185 n.2
Beneria, Lourdes, 187 n.16
Berger, Peter, 185 n.4
Binnie, Jon, 210 n.2
Body politic: and anticommunism,
18, 24, 27–39; membership in, 98,
109–116, 175
Brinton, Mary, 186 n.14, 187 n.15
Brubaker, Rogers, 195 n.10
Byung-Kook Kim, 185 n.3
Capitalism, and citizenship, 180
ccej (Citizens’ Coalition for Economic
Justice), 110, 112–114, 121
Center for Rights of Friends with Dis-
ability (Chang’aeukwŏnikmunjeyŏn’-
guso), 162–163
Central Association of National House-
wives’ Classes (Chŏngukchubukyosil-
jung’anghoe), 78–80
Ch’a Chae-ik, 196 n.13
Chaebol (business conglomerates), 57
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