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2021, Vol.9, No.

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    Case study of forming identity and finding dreams of multicultural students through club activities - Jinro Tantan and Career Basic Education Program use

    su-young Kong | 2021, 9() | pp.1~25 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study developed a dream search activity through career club activities for multicultural students attending elementary school. Elementary school career education has four major areas. This study aims to help students learn the basics of self-understanding and career exploration after understanding the actual situation of multicultural students. For this purpose, “Jinro Tantan and Career Basic Education Program” was used. Also, to help the emotional part, I read picture books at the same time. Ten people participated in the club activities from May to October. At first, I did not recognize what club activities were doing, but as I participated in the activities, I was able to express what I liked and how I felt. Also, I had time to think about what kind of job I had and what kind of job I would have when I grew up. Although the club activitiy period was not long, I could see that the students' thoughts were growing in the process of finding what they liked, what they were good at little by little, and exploring their career path through experience. In the future, multicultural students should be provided with many opportunities to explore their interests and aptitudes and develop their ability to search for job information. Through self-understanding and career exploration, it is necessary to help them design and plan their own career path. This will become a resource for the upcoming future society.
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    Multi-cultural Families on the Activation of Financial Education for Social Values : A case Study of Busan Bank

    young-eun Kwon | 2021, 9() | pp.27~48 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is focused on financial education for multi-cultural families. In Korean society, multi-cultural families are increasing by gradation. But they might be locked in the socially disadvantaged class with alow standard of living due to the shortage of financial knowledge and social maladjustment caused by the rapid change of the financial market. For economic stability of individuals, social welfare and well-being of thecountry, it is urgently required to implement financial education for enhancing financial literacy of the weak and the vulnerable. This study analyzed program management, educational contents by examining financial education programs for the multi-cultural families financial education programs of developed countries for the immigrants, which governments, banks and local community organizations run. Currently, Korean government is providing financial education for the multi-cultural families, so compare Korean financial education with financial education of advanced countries for the immigrants. Based on the analysis result, the orientation of financial education, which Korea must activate, was suggested.
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    A study on the necessity and direction of multicultural research from the perspective of the parties concerned

    Hyungjun Park | 2021, 9() | pp.49~73 | number of Cited : 0
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    Efforts to understand the problems faced by multicultural parties have been carried out in various ways. However, the lives of multicultural parties have always been objects of sympathy or faver. Based on this recognition of the problem, this paper examines the necessity and direction of implementation of the ‘The point of view of the parties’, which has not received much attention in multicultural studies. The study results are summarized as follows. It was possible to confirm the necessity and core values of multicultural research based on the perspectives of the parties involved. First, multicultural research based on the perspective of the parties is a paradigm of ‘participation’ and ‘solidarity’ to faithfully reflect the position and rights of minorities. Second, the core of the parties' perspective is self-representation and the right to self-determination, which can provide a new direction for multicultural discourse and policies centered on intellectuals, activists, and bureaucrats. Third, multicultural research based on the perspectives of the parties does not exclude researchers, activists, and policy makers, but rather seeks solidarity and exchange. Next, the direction and cases of multicultural research based on the perspectives of the parties could be found in qualitative research and literature research. First, when using the existing field research method in multicultural party research, care must be taken not to target the subject. Second, as seen in the life and history of overseas Chinese in Korea, Korean society is a situation and environment in which it is difficult for multicultural parties to voice their voices. Third, minorities living in Korean society are deprived of self-representation and decision-making rights. Fourth, there are voices of resistance to restore the minority's self-representation and decision-making power.
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    The Prospect of Using Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Korean Language Education: Focusing on Comparing to English Language Education

    Ahn Jihyun | 2021, 9() | pp.75~96 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to investigate the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big data for Korean language education. AI and big data have been considered an important medium in foreign language translation for many years. There is a lack of empirical research done on AI and data utilization in Korean language education. This study explores the machine translators based on AI and big data, such as Google Translate and Naver Papago utilized in the language education contexts; then examines the external and internal strategic factors that are applied to the Korean language education. This paper suggests new perspectives on teaching and learning strategies for Korean, as a foreign and second language.
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    A study on the direction of online foreign language classes based on Content-based Language Teaching(CBI) in the new normal era -Focusing on the training of refugee professional interpreters and legal interpreters based on Zoom video conferencing

    Nina CHANG | 2021, 9() | pp.97~119 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purposes of this study are to examine the effets of the online training program for refugee professional interpreters and legal interpreters, and to find out ways to enhance the method of remote collaboration that can be applied to online foreign language classes by accumulating research data that can be used in multicultural education. As a research background with the development of Edu-Tech where technology and education are combined and the online classroom environment due to COVID-19 becomes a new normal, a new approach to foreign language learning and teaching is required. In additon, recently, the Ministry of Justice prepared some amendments to the Refugee Act to deal with the problems of the current refugee system, which are abuses for extension of stay and the prolongation of judicial procedures leading to refugee recognition review, objection, and administrative litigation due to the rapid increase in refugee applications. The major findings of the study are as follows: First, by examining the case of the CBI approach in a way that interpreting classes are conducted while acquiring the contents necessary for a job, the direction that can be applied to the subject-centered classes for foreigners, such as interpreters who are learners who are proficient in the target language, was confirmed. Second, considering that the role of this study is to strengthen knowledge about refugee-related laws, policies, and judicial procedures as well as existing foreign residents in the training program for multicultural social integration experts, and to motivate students with multicultural backgrounds to become interpreters.
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    The research of Multicultural Society Between Reverse Discrimination and the Related Policy Measures based on Affirmative Action Policy

    HWANGMIHYE | 2021, 9() | pp.121~144 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper purposes to indicate that the affirmative action adopted to increase multicultural socity rates in Korean labor market has lost the original meaning of its own, through examining the examples of other countries which had employed affirmative action before Korea did and reviewing scholarly debates about instrumentalizing affirmative action. Affirmative Action is more controversial or more divisive than any other issues in America. Recently the Supreme Court of the United States sent Fisher v. Texas At Austin back to the lower court for additional review. The Court held that because the Fifth Circuit did not hold the University to the demanding burden of strict scrutiny articulated in Grutter and Bakke, its decision affirming the District Court’s grant of summary judgment to University was incorrect. Affirmative action is originally enacted to reward people who suffered inequality that had been historically reproduced by the discrimination in the past; however, this meaning of compensatory justice has tended to disappear in the process of adopting and applying it in Korean society. Especially, in the America. where the strong effect of neoliberalism on politics, economy and society has existed, affirmative action has been replaced by the instrumental affirmative action or the emphasis on diversity. Affirmative action in Korea has been through similar changes. Also, the primary focus of this paper is on government affirmative action efforts.