The Contemporary Relevance of Document Culture: Knowledge, Media, Power
Collection of articles dedicated to the new trends of cultural change in the Korean community. It examines the historical background of the formation of the new trends of cultural change in Korean society abroad, the impact on ethnic inokultury. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of social and cultural transformations, as well as the emergence of new socio-cultural practices in Korean communities
The core of Korean mentality in relationship with other nations is strive for compromise, orderliness, hard work and avoiding open confrontation, even in spite of unbearable living conditions in past. The core of Russian speaking Koreans is a complex phenomenon, repeatedly exposed to transformation within 150 years, involuntarily due to social-politic changes, which took place in Russia. Koreans were forced to choose a strategy to survive and adapt both in individual and collective levels. By nature hardworking Koreans were oriented to reach solid position in the Russian society.