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Gangjeong Village ‘Jikimis’ as Commoners

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Gangjeong Village ‘Jikimis’ as Commoners

For a commons paradigm-based social movement theory

YEA-YL YOON(Jeju National University)

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This paper attempts to investigate the significance of the practice of the “jikimis” of Gangjeong Village in particular among social movements in South Korea. There is an island named Jeju-do in the south part of South Korea, and Gangjeong Village is a coastal village on the southern part of Jeju-do. A naval base was built there in 2016 as a national project. Gangjeong Village was selected as a naval base site in 2007, and struggles to prevent the construction of the naval base continued thereafter for 10 years, but the naval base was eventually built. By the way, during the course of the opposition movement, activists called jikimis and ordinary citizens entered Gangjeong Village for solidarity with the opposition movement of the residents, and some of them have continued their activities while living in the village even after the naval base was built. This paper is intended to capture them as commoners and analyze the significance of their practice in terms of commoning. In addition, this paper will address what tasks for grouping are provided to the commons theory by their movement after the defeat of the movement.

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Introduction : The Rise of the Commons Paradigm and South Korean Society
South Korean National Projects and Jikimis
Village Community and Commoners in Gangjeong
Conclusion : Commoning as a Movement of Social Movements
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