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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Galina Gromyko
Comparative Analysis of Social and Cultural Development of DPRK and Republic of Korea in 1948-1960
Asian Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The division of Korea led to the tense coexistence of two states: the DPRK and the

Republic of Korea. The main obstacle of the effective cooperation between two states is the

opposition of democratic and socialistic regimes and ideology that were reinforced by the special institutions aimed to mobilize the human force, including education.

The influence of the Soviet Union on the DPRK was the greatest from 1945 to 1960, as the North Korea did not have expertise to establish institutions for supporting the regime. The United States controlled the process of postwar development in South Korea by their henchman Rhee Syngman (1948-1960).

Nowadays the South Korea faced the challenge of improving of the social sphere, and the North Korea has to develop the democratic institutions. By investigating the process of socio-cultural transformation in both states, we will establish common ground for solving internal problems and problems of national division.

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