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The aim of this study is to analyze the characteristic of Joseon officer’s family doll’s costume as cultural souvenir in Museum of Anthropology[MOA] at the University of British Columbia. In 2004, this doll collection of missionary Marion Stephan was arranged by Dr. Elizabeth Johnson and studied by researcher, thereby focusing on shape and material(MOA, n.d.). In this study, this collection is analyzed focusing on the periodic meaning and characteristics as cultural product in late 19th century.

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A Study on the Characteristics of Joseon Doll Costume in MOA as Cultural Product in Late 19th Century

The aim of this study is to analyze the characteristic of Joseon officer’s family doll’s costume as cultural souvenir in Museum of Anthropology[MOA] at the University of British Columbia. In 2004, this doll collection of missionary Marion Stephan was arranged by Dr. Elizabeth Johnson and studied by researcher, thereby focusing on shape and material(MOA, n.d.). In this study, this collection is analyzed focusing on the periodic meaning and characteristics as cultural product in late 19th century.

 

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