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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Evgeniia Feigina
Women Revolutionary Movement in Korea During the Colonial Period
Asian Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The purpose of this work is to examine the women's movement in Korea at the initial stage. It was important to identify the main reasons that became an incentive for its development, describe the image of the "new woman" that appeared in Korea in the twentieth century.

In the first chapter we consider what a women's movement is, its essence and the causes of its origin are noted. We also compares the characteristics of the Western and Eastern movement of women for emancipation by the example of Russia and China.

The second and third chapters are dedicated to Korean women and women's non-governmental organizations. The main directions of their activity in the colonial period and various trends within the women's movement were characterized.

The main attention is paid to women's participation in educational and societal activities, the national liberation movement against the Japanese annexation, which actively developed in the early twentieth century.

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