- I. Introduction -- II. Changes in people's lives in the domain of production. Economic difficulties and alternatives of 'self-reliance' as they appeared in North Korean literature -- Loss of jobs and alternative ways of living -- III. People's lives in the domain of reproduction. Revitalization of the market and expansion of consumption activities -- The rupture of the traditional patriarchal family -- IV. People's lives and social relationships. Social stratification and social mobility -- The relaxation and restoration of social controls -- Succession of generation and innovation -- V. Conclusion.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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