Ismiss such a view I highly "RECOMMEND THIS TEXT FOR ANYONE WHO "this text for anyone who an open mind and is willing to learn beyond the dichotomy of Victimized Korea and Victimizer Japan While she might appear biased at points as the pieces fall into place we see a holistic view of an issue that still lingers today and we can take comfort in the fact that this is neither pro Japan revisionism although some of the arguments have been appropriated by Japanese neo nationalists nor is it simply another retelling of post colonial Korean victimization These issues need to be discussed and explored beyond the bounds of nationalism after all while the Historical Comfort System in all "ITS BRUTALITY MAY HAVE DIED ON AUGUST 1945 "brutality may have died August 15 1945 systems continue to exist today within Korea Japan and beyond We need to look at the systematic factors that enables this behavior and these policies and I believe that this book has done an excellent ob of accomplishing ust that. N historical research and interviews with survivors Soh tells the stories of these women from girlhood through their subjugation and beyond to their efforts to overcome the traumas of their past Finally Soh examines the array of factors from South Korean nationalist politics to the aims of the international women’s human rights movement that have contributed to the incomplete view of the tragedy that still dominates tod.
Read ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î C. Sarah SohOne of the best anthro historical #treatments of the subject with nuanced and complex analyses I read The Comfort Women for my #of the subject with nuanced and complex analyses I read The Comfort Women for my research paper on Comfort Women for my undergraduate degree It is an amazing piece of information for anyone interested in the topic of comfort women or as a key source for your own research It is analytical without losing the interest of the audience or losing factual accuracy This is not an easy read but the topic itself is not an easy topic to digest This is a definite read for anyone interested in Japanese ImperialismWWII history or in Korean history I found the parts about the crushing patriarchy of Korean society to be the most interesting as well as comparisons to Japanese sex tourism today The stories of the Korean women who left
Home To Become Modern Girls And Wereto become modern girls and were into slavery were heartbreaking but Soh s call that we should remember those who entered prostitution willing but were still In an era marked by atrocities perpetrated on a grand scale the tragedy of the so called comfort women mostly Korean women forced into prostitution by the Japanese army endures as one of the darkest events of World "War II These women have usually been labeled victims of a war crime a simplistic view that makes it easy "II These women have usually been labeled victims of a war crime a simplistic view that makes it easy pin blame on the policies of imperial Japan and therefore easier to consign the episode to a war torn Xploited is my main takeaway
Here This Would Be AThis would be a fabulous "book for people interested in Comfort Women or the intricacies of World "for people interested in Comfort Women or the intricacies of World Two in East Asia although it s a bit too academic and deals with too heavy a topic to be an easy read I thought it was a fine book but I wasn t all that interested in it because I read it for a class I had to read this book for my graduate school s modern history class and it is by far the "BEST BOOK THAT I HAVE EVER " book that I have ever All I can say is that this is probably the best work on the topic Simultaneously sympathetic and nuanced Soh complicates a nationalized issue where multiple authorities claim legitimacy on Official History This is important because as the author evidences the so called Comfort System did not appear in a vacuum They are a product of capitalism war and masculinist legitimization of the male desire for sex While most people influenced by nationalist historiography would probably Ast In this revelatory study C Sarah Soh provocatively disputes this master narrative Soh reveals that the forces of Japanese colonialism and Korean patriarchy together shaped the fate of Korean comfort women a double bind made strikingly apparent in the cases of women cast into sexual slavery after fleeing abuse at home Other victims were press ganged into prostitution sometimes with the help of Korean procurers Drawing ,