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2018, Vol.2, No.

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    A Study on the Relationship Between Married Couples in Multicultural Families; Based on the ground theory

    Kong Su Young | 2018, 2() | pp.4~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    The study seeks the trend of power for couples in multicultural families with international marriages. There are resource theory, exchange theory, and network theory. Resource theory or exchange theory could have been used to explain traditional marital power relations. There are many different situations now, so there are different theories. In this study, we approached the basis theory based on the perceptions and experiences felt from the perspective of a married immigrant who lives in a foreign country as an international marriage. According to the analysis, regardless of the power type of couples, couples have a positive relationship when they are satisfied with happiness. It is interpreted that forming relationships is more important, although Korean culture, politics and economy can not be ignored among.
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    A Study on the Special College Admission System for Children of Multi-Cultural Family: Focusing on the Case of Korea and America

    Kim Su Jin | 2018, 2() | pp.28~54 | number of Cited : 1
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    he purpose of this study is to suggest the need of the special college admission system for the children of multi-cultural families. For this research, it is necessary to investigate the Korea's college entrance system for the children of multi-cultural families and the America's precedents in college admission by an affirmative action. There are problems about college entrance system for the children of multi-cultural families like the reverse discrimination, maladjustment, illegal entrance, financial problems and so on. Those problems can be solved thorough follow-up management for the students, right understanding about reverse discrimination, selecting students with basic academic skills, and supporting them financially. And a few suggestions about the special college admission system for the children of multi-cultural families are like the below. First, students with capacity to complete the course of university education should be chosen. Second, it is important to seek a systematic criterion or standard to select the very students that a university wants. Third, the university should support the children of multi-cultural families so that they can maintain their academic work. Fourth, the special admission system for the children of multi-cultural families should be temporarily operated and would be abolished after social discrimination disappears because it is some sort of preferential treatment.
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    A Study on How to Practice Civil Society Movement through Multicultural Education

    Kim Tae Yi | 2018, 2() | pp.55~77 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study argues that necessities and goals of multicutral education should be practiced by civil society movement. In the dramatically rapid multicultural age, in order to solve various problems in Korea, it is necessary for native citizens in Korea to improve their multicultural acceptability. According to the investigation of multicultural acceptability index of ordinary people by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, people who had multicultural education showed very higher multicultural acceptability. But for factors of 'expectation for one-directional assimilation' and 'dual assessment' showed low index of multicultural acceptability. Therefore, it reveals that advanced curriculums and contents are required, that chances for ordinary people to have multicultural education should be extended, and that frequency of education and training should be increased. The civil society movements in Korea are in the important point for civil participation and cooperation, starting as small communities(small groups) and grass democracy, one of conversions of new civil society movements. Therefore, it makes a suggestions about factors for multicultural education to be practiced in individuals' daily lives as civil society movement.
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    A Study on The Improvement Plans of the Language Education for the Students from Multi-cultural Families

    Roh Seung In | 2018, 2() | pp.78~104 | number of Cited : 0
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    According to a few recent surveys, Korean society is rapidly changing into a multi-cultural society. Even if policies for multi-cultural education have been adopted for more than 10 years in the Korean society, directions and criticism for multi-cultural education policies have still been under continuous discussion. However, It can be valued in that it was achieved within a short term by government-driven projects. The aim of this study is for korean education program(KSL) to be adopted more effectively to multi-cultural students as well as bilingual education program. And The focus of multi-cultural education policies has been on the support for students from multi-cultural families. In order to integrate multi-cultural families into the Korean society and culture, this article suggests improvement plans for multi-cultural language education also.
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    Effects of Perceived Career Barriers and Bicultural Self-efficacy on Maturity in Career Attitude for Multicultural Students in Elementary School

    Myeong Hyeong Cheol | 2018, 2() | pp.105~132 | number of Cited : 4
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    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of career barrier recognition and dual cultural self - efficacy on career attitude maturity in elementary school students. For this purpose, I visited 28 elementary schools in Gyeongsangnam-do from April 25th to May 19th, 2017 and studied 305 students of 4th - 6th grade multicultural students, and 280 of them were excluded Respectively. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, correlation and multiple regression analysis using SPSS 22.0 statistical program. The results of this study are summarized as follows: First, the average of career barrier recognition, multicultural self - efficacy, and career attitude maturity were 1.92, 3.44, and 3.29, respectively. Second, as a result of analyzing the effects of career barriers on career attitude maturity, it was found that the higher the uncertainty of future, the lack of career and job information, the greater the economic difficulty, the lower the career attitude maturity. Respectively. Third, as a result of analyzing the effect of dual cultural self - efficacy on career attitude maturity, the higher the cultural self - esteem, the higher the dual culture positive attitude, the higher the career attitude maturity, while the higher the bilingual ability, And the explanatory power was 21.1%. Based on the results of this study, it is necessary to pursue diverse career programs to improve the career attitude maturity by solving career barriers by providing sufficient career and job information to multicultural elementary school students and raising cultural self –efficacy.
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    Multicultural Phenomenon and philosophical Approach to Korean Multicultural Education

    Yong-Shik Shin | Lee Pil Sook | 2018, 2() | pp.133~154 | number of Cited : 2
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    In this article we tried to articulate philosophical Problems about our multicultural education faced with multicultural phenomenon. "Multiculture" Phenomenon is a one comes from globalisation. Most of the existing multicultural pedagogy was mostly descriptive works on the current multicultural phenomenon. So, through the critical evalutation of existing three models of multicultural phenomenon, it is inevitable to make sure philosophical basis of multicultural pedagogy. In general, the academic approach to multicultural phenomena can be divided into three broad categories. First, assimilationism emphasizes the adaptation of foreigners to mainstream culture. The second is integrationism. It acknowledges the specificity of minority culture, but it pursues integration into the mainstream society fundamentally. Finally, multiculturalism pursues the coexistence of various races and cultures by emphasizing ethnic diversity. This article critically evaluates these three models by looking at the "Interculturalism" that is emerging in German society today. In addition, we pointed out that this interculturalism should be used as a critical measure of multicultural policy in Korea and as a philosophical foundation of multicultural pedagogy in the future. Future multicultural education philosophy should be reciprocal comprehensive cultural discourse.
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    A Study on the Utilization of Migration Workers for Securing Domestic Labor-Based on the case between Korea and Japan

    Lee Young Seon | 2018, 2() | pp.155~171 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to compare the utilization of migrant workers in Japan, which has entered the aged society in the world first and the migrant workers in the two countries with the rapid pace of aging, in order to find out how to utilize migrant workers, which is an important factor in multicultural society. By analyzing the results of this study, we will find out how to utilize migrant workers in the aging society of Korea. Through this comparison, we have drawn out the implications of Korea through the case of Japan through the comparative examples of how the two countries seek to utilize the migrant workers. In addition, by studying examples of various uses of migrant workers in Japan, it is expected that it will contribute as a basic data for the harmonious coexistence of a successful aged society and a multicultural society in the next wave of multiculturalism in Korea. Finally, in the coming aging society, it should be fostered at the national level in order to create new jobs and enhance the capacity of high-quality human resources. In the global era where aged society and multicultural society coexist, migrant workers should seek change in employment recognition, institutional support, welfare policy, education, diverse social integration, and national policies and plans. This is expected to be a great roadmap for South Korea as a roadmap to prepare for the utilization of new migrant workers through their lack of labor force in multicultural society.
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    A Multicultural education capacity of elementary care A Study on Usability

    Jung Mi Kyung | 2018, 2() | pp.172~190 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to suggest the relationship between the core competence and usefulness of educational significance of multicultural education capacity by introducing the core competence of multicultural education based on the usefulness of multicultural education. In addition, the activity as participating in elementary care class is seen as a process of constructing competence and usefulness as an individual grows as a participant in the community, and points out the effect of competence on individual experience in this process. Therefore, in this study, we try to find its implication beyond the scope of the discussion on concepts that are centered on core competence and usefulness. In addition, we will present the plan through the 'Elementary Care Class' about the types of education that the existing multicultural education and other core competency education should aim for, and apply the core competency concept of the DeSeCo project so that the usefulness of the multicultural education capacity of the elementary care specialistI would like to provide a perspective on. It is expected that this will be a starting point for enhancing the usefulness through strengthening the capacity of multicultural education in the elementary care classroom for child care and education of children with various environmental and cultural backgrounds.