New Right (South Korea)

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The New Right movement in the South Korean politics is a school of political thought based on neoconservative values.

Policies[edit]

School textbooks[edit]

Some well-known politicians from the "old right" GNP indicated commonality with the New Right groups, including Park Geun-hye endorse the anti-North Korean New Right's version of alternative Korean History textbooks through a foundation called Text Book Forum. The Lee Myung-bak government's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has tried to implant the next Korean New Right version of Korean history textbook for the public school usage.[1] The NR's groups' demanding pressure to use their hawkish Korean history textbooks has eventually make them inconsistently incompatible with the dovish ethics textbooks.[2]

Conservative education[edit]

The New Right establishments often opposes the liberal Korean Teachers & Education Workers' Union.

Media[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Members[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Song (송), Yong-chang (용창) (2011-09-21). "뉴라이트 역사관 담아라" 현 정부 임기내에 밀어붙이기. Hankook Ilbo (in Korean). Retrieved 2011-11-20. 
  2. ^ Song (송), Hyeong-suk (현숙) (2011-11-16). 역사·도덕교과서 집필기준 ‘모순’. The Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Retrieved 2011-11-20.