Protest Dialectics
State Repression and South Korea's Democracy Movement, 1970-1979
Paul Chang

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List of Figures and Illustrations

FIGURES

2.1. Repressive Coverage of Protest Events

2.2. Annual Counts of Protest Events

2.3. Percentage of Public Protest Events by Laborers

3.1. Annual Counts of Protest Events by Students

3.2. Student 3-3-3 National Network Structure

4.1. Percentage of Student and Christian Protest Events

5.1. Annual Counts of Protest Events by Journalists

5.2. Diversity of Social Groups Participating in Protest Events

6.1. Percentage of Nondisruptive Tactics Used in Protest Events

6.2. Saliency of Human Rights Issues in Protest Events

6.3. Participation of Human Rights Organizations in Protest Events

7.1. Percentage of Intergroup Solidarity Statements in Protest Events

7.2. Salient Coalitions During the Yusin Period

7.3. Percentage of Intergroup Protest Events

TABLES

2.1. Types of Repression Tactics and Frequency

5.1. Social Groups Participating in Protest Events

6.1. Tactics Used in Protest Events

6.2. Actor-Tactic Symmetry

6.3. Issues Raised in Protest Events

6.4. Actor-Issue Symmetry

7.1. Signatories of the Citizens’ Declaration

A.1. Description of Interviewees

A.2. Number of Protest and Repression Events (1970–1979)

PHOTOGRAPHS

Park Chung Hee campaigning, 1971

Korea University students demonstrating, 1971

Riot police confronting Seoul National University students, October 2, 1973

Pastor Pak Hyŏnggyu speaking at a Thursday Prayer Meeting, n.d.

Dong-A Ilbo Declaration of Action for a Free Press, October 24, 1974

Lawyer Kang Sinok arrested, 1975

Chaeya leaders meeting, November 5, 1973

Women workers from the Y. H. Trading Company being dragged out of the New Democratic Party building, August 11, 1979