LEE Bun-il

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Name
LEE Bun-il
Affiliation
Kibi International University
Section
School of International and Industrial Studies Department of International-Comparative Sociology
Degree
(BLANK)(Sophia University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1992
 - 
1994
Research Associate, University of Sophia
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1993
Program in International Relations, Graduate Division of Foreign Studies, Sophia University
 
 
 - 
1985
Public Administration, School of Social Science, Kyung Hee University
 

Published Papers

 
Local Peoples` Perceptions on Climate Change and its Impacts Rural Nepal
Baram Puspa Kumari・Bun-il Lee
(17) 1-52   Mar 2016

Misc

 
The Study of, Building a Modern Notion-State in Japan in the 19th century
Bulletin of the Korea Scholarship Foundation   17, 95-107    1988
Building a Modern Nation-State in Korea in the 19th Century : A Comparison with Japan
The Journal of Onternational Studies   22(1) 55-76   1989
Relations of the Churches and State in South Korea : A Comparison wiht South America
Journal of Kibi International University School of International and Industrial Studies   (6) 145-154   1996
Contemporary Japon-South Korea Relations
51-52   1996
Reexamination of the Normalization of process Japan-South Korea Relations in 1P65.
Journal of Kibi International University School of International and Industrial Studies   (7)    1997

Books etc

 
Contemporary Political and Society in South Korea
University Education Press   1996   
Politics
University Education Press   1997   
Contemporary Politics and Society in Japan
Nishi Nihon Hokku Press   1998   
Korea and Democracy in Today
University of Education Press   1999   
International Relations in Today
University of Education Press   1999   

Works

 
The Korean Authoritarian political Regimes of the 1970's and 1980's and Protestant and Catholic Demoeratization Movements-M conjunction with Human Rights issue
1989 - 1993

Research Grants & Projects

 
Political Democratization in East-Asia