The development of anti-American attitudes among Korean

Brown, R.A.
December 1990
Journal of Northeast Asian Studies;Winter90, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p71
Academic Journal
Emphasizes how South Korean college students become anti-American when they enter university and looks at a survey of students who are anti-American. Assessment of factors that have caused students to feel this way; Survey of 208 students attending four universities in Seoul; Findings of survey.


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