Index
Abelman, Nancy, 117, 161n8
activists, xiii–xiv, xviii–xxii, 22, 123–
25; in democratization movement,
117–22, 161nn3–6, 162n15; dissident
groups (chaeya seryôk), 8–9, 64–65;
homeless shelter management by,
90–92; intellectuals (chisigin), xi, xxi,
35, 141n5, 160n2; labor movement,
40, 44, 48, 120; leftist movements, 9,
119, 144n13, 161nn3–6; narratives of,
127–34; neoliberal roles of, 35–37,
46, 50, 75, 90–93, 127–34, 139–40,
149n16; normative families pro-
moted by, 64–66, 70–71, 93, 126–27,
158n39; political goals of, xiv, 2, 13,
132–34; state violence experienced
by, 120–22, 132–33, 161n8, 161nn4–
6; women’s movement, 51, 54, 56–
57, 64–66, 149–50nn5–6, 151n14,
151n16. See also civil groups; labor
unions
affective labor, 63, 152nn29–30, 152n32
Althusser, Louis, 117–18, 143n3
Anagost, Ann, 145n16, 147n23, 152n29
Anglican Church of Korea, 30, 91
anti–excessive consumption movement
(kwasobi ch’ubang undong), 16
Appadurai, Arjun, 141n4
appropriate citizenship, 43. See also de-
serving citizens
April Demonstration Withdrawal (Sôul-
yôk Hoegun), 26, 147n3
April Revolution of 1960 (Sa-Il-Gu
Hyôngmyông), 26, 34, 147n2
Asian Debt Crisis (ôehwan wigi), ix–xi, 1–
3, 7, 134–35, 141n1, 143n5; economic
liberalization resulting from, 5–6;
structural adjustment (kujojojông)
requirements, xvii, 15, 17; unemploy-
ment rate during, xiv, 4, 15, 143n6
autonomy (chayulsông), 100
bad neoliberalism, 122–26
bailout of November 21, 1997. See Asian
Debt Crisis
Bali esô saenggin il (What happened in
Bali), 31
big conglomerates (chaebôl): IMF re-
structuring of, 15, 17, 112–13; laid-
off workers of, 35; neo-Confucian
environment of, 158n4; small share-
holder activism campaign, 123–26;
state support of, 3–5, 16–17; welfare
roles of, 14–17, 146n20
binary personhood, 75
biopolitics, 45, 48
biopower, 12–14, 45, 99, 130, 139–40,
146n18, 149nn14–15
biotechnology, 159n10
Blair, Tony, 17–18
blood tax (hyôlse), 105, 158n7
British Enclosure movement, 125
Broadcasting Ethics Committee (Pang-
son Yulli Wiwônhoe), 53
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