Clark Sorensen presents a description of the economic and ecological organization of rural Korean domestic groups and an analysis of their adaption to the changes brought about by Korea's rapid industrialization. Still one of the only book-length studies of rural, peasant Korean households, Over the Mountains Are Mountains shows how the industrialization of Korea led neither to the proletarianization of the peasants nor to a fundamental change in the structure of rural families, but rather to strategic changes in patterns of migration, labor allocation, and residence.Korean Peasant Households and Their Adaptations to Rapid Industrialization Clark W. Sorensen ... Whitea#39;s formula is E XT = C, where E is the amount of energy harnessed per capita per year, T is the efficiency of the tools used, ... per hour, and e the number of calories of food produced for each calorie expended in food production) has potential for use as an ... See chapter 7 for an analysis of this factor for Sangongni. 15. In 1976, the amount of land cultivated per capita per householdanbsp;...
|Title||:||Over the Mountains Are Mountains|
|Author||:||Clark W. Sorensen|
|Publisher||:||University of Washington Press - 2013-08-28|