This paper compares education of Korean minorities in Russia and former Soviet territories. They can be grouped into three: (1) descendants of the peninsular Korean migrants to the Russian Far East between the 1860s and the 1920s (2) Koreans in the Sakhalin Island of the Russian Federation conscripted to forced labor under Japanese colonial rule, and (3) higher education South Korean students amidst globalization. This paper compares their narratives of assimilation/integration processes in the context of education and social mobility. Attention is also paid to their mutual perceptions.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2016|
CitationPark, J. (2016, April). Education of Korean youth in ex-soviet territories. Paper presented at the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (CESHK) Annual Conference 2016: Learning to Live Together & Comparative Education, and Third Across-Strait Four Region Forum on Comparative Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, China.
- Soviet and post-soviet era
- Comparative education
- Identity, mutual perceptions