Korean "comfort women" : military brothels, brutality, and the redress movement / Pyong Gap Min.  (Text) (Text)

Min, Pyong Gap, 1942-
Call no.: D810.C698 M56 2021Series: Genocide, political violence, human rights series: Publication: New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press, [2021]Description: xx, 299 p. : ill., portISBN: 9781978814967 (pbk.); 1978814968 (pbk.); 9781978814974 (hbk.); 1978814976 (hbk.)Subject(s): Comfort women -- Korea -- HistoryWorld War, 1939-1945 -- Women -- KoreaService, Compulsory non-military -- JapanReparations for historical injusticesWomen -- Crimes against -- KoreaSexual abuse victims -- KoreaWomen and war -- Korea -- 20th centuryWorld War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities -- KoreaLOC classification: D810.C698 | M56 2021
Contents:Introduction : background information about Japanese military sexual slavery and the redress movement for the victims -- Theoretical and conceptual frameworks -- Enough information, but the issue buried for half century -- The emergence of the "comfort women" issue and victims' breaking silence -- General information about the comfort women system -- Forced mobilization of comfort women -- Payments of fees and affectionate relationships -- Sexual exploitation, violence, and threats at "comfort stations" -- Perils of Korean "comfort women's" homecoming trips -- Korean "comfort women's" life in Korea and China -- Progress of the redress movement in Korea -- Divided responses to the redress movement in Japan -- Responses to the redress movement in the United States -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : background information about Japanese military sexual slavery and the redress movement for the victims -- Theoretical and conceptual frameworks -- Enough information, but the issue buried for half century -- The emergence of the "comfort women" issue and victims' breaking silence -- General information about the comfort women system -- Forced mobilization of comfort women -- Payments of fees and affectionate relationships -- Sexual exploitation, violence, and threats at "comfort stations" -- Perils of Korean "comfort women's" homecoming trips -- Korean "comfort women's" life in Korea and China -- Progress of the redress movement in Korea -- Divided responses to the redress movement in Japan -- Responses to the redress movement in the United States -- Conclusion.

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