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김정일 시대 권력엘리트 변화 : The Change of Power Elites in the Kim Jong-Il Era

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Authors
김갑식
Issue Date
2009
Publisher
Institute for peace and unification studies(서울대학교 통일평화연구소)
Citation
Journal of peace and unification studies, Vol.2, pp. 103-139
Keywords
North KoreaPower EliteGeneration Change
Abstract
This article analyzes the change of North Korea power elites in the Kim
Jong-Il era who take up their positions at the Workers Party of Korea, the
Supreme Peoples Assembly, the Cabinet, the National Defense Commission,
the Korean Peoples Army, and the factory. The time span is from early in
1990s to 2007. The features of this change in the last 10 years are as follows.
From 2.5 generation to the third one; local changes more than central
changes; the changes in economic experts more than in political or military
bureaucrats. Larger generational shift will be proceeded in relation of the
supreme power succession. The first revolutionary generation who have
propped up Kim Jong-Il would step down, the second revolutionary
generation (the Korean War, post-war restoration generation) who would act
as guardian for a successor would fill in the vacancy in the name of respect
for revolution seniors, and new generation (under forties) would emerge as
core elites in charge of policy implementing and practical affairs.
ISSN
2092-500x
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/61847
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