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2022, Vol.12, No.

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    A Qualitative Research on the Issue of Foreign Students’ Dropout of Local Collage

    Gu, ji-eun , Hyungjun Park | 2022, 12() | pp.1~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to deal the problem of foreign students dropping out based on a qualitative research method from the perspective of the ‘foreign student’ and to suggest a solution. Most of the local colleges have been covering university’s quota and finances. In particular, local universities are intensively attracting Vietnamese students and are operating Korean language education centers and university faculties. As a side effect of this, there are problems of foreign students’ dropout of local universities. In order to diagnose the causes and solutions of these problems, in-depth interviews were conducted with Vietnamese students studying at a private university in Busan in this study. In this study, paying attention to the fact that foreign students are studying and working at the same time, we examined the dropout problem from an insider’s point of view. As a result of an in-depth interview, it was confirmed that the perceptions of ‘dropout’ and ‘illegal stay’ among those involved in the Korean language training course can be broadly classified into four categories. The summary of contents is as follows: the process of the study abroad and the perception of the economic cost, labor as an international student, the dropout of language trainees, and Korean language learning.
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    The Necessity of Extending the Sojourn Period for Foreign Workers under the Employment Permit System and the Problems and Effects of Family Immigration

    Kim, mi-kyung | 2022, 12() | pp.31~49 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study presents necessity of extending the period of stay through the status of sojourn and current state of foreign workers, and analyzes the necessity of family migration due to the long-term stay of foreign workers and the problems and effects associated with it. Foreign workers entering the country under “Employment Permit System” are short-term rotational replacement workers who have to return to their home countries after a short period of time. In the present, the meaning of short-term cycle replacement has faded. It is time to improve “Family Immigration System” considering the actual status of stay of foreign workers.
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    CUMDA, Embracing Indifference beyond Hostility and Hospitality

    Kim, jun-pyo | 2022, 12() | pp.51~69 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this article is to reflect critically on the hostility and hospitality of multicultural Korean society toward Yemeni refugees. I would like to point out the possibility of inclusion in Cumda culture of Jeju island. Cumda culture carries out indifference as a precursor to inclusion. This article appeals for the consideration of indifference beyond hostility and hospitality, and εποχη, the suspension of judgment, before the perception of others. Hostility and hospitality are expressions of immediate and active interest in others. When we meet refugees we face, we usually present hostility or hospitality. However, There is actually a third reaction. Indifference. Hostility and hospitality are expressions of immediate and active concern, but indifference is a moratorium on attention. 22% of Koreans’ positions on refugee acceptance were in unable-to-express-position in June 2018(UNHCR, 2020). And 61.4% of Jeju islanders did not select the pros and cons(Jeon & Kim, 2021). This means moratorium on interest, that is indifference. Jeju people would seem not to pay much attention to the new strangers. This originated from Jeju’s CUMDA culture which has been said ‘Dru-ssang Nae-bula’. It has been believed in Jeju to get to be a community by standing alone in indifference.
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    A Study of the Significance and Change of Special Purpose Language Education (FOS) for French Asylum Seekers (Acknowledgement) in the Post-Corona Era

    Nina CHANG | 2022, 12() | pp.71~88 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to expand the scope of immigrants and to consider the multicultural educational institutions at the civilian level that are responsible for the special purpose language education of asylum seekers (acknowledgements). In this study, we will examine the current status and trends of FOS classes with a focus on the concept and understanding of the Thot School, which focuses on basic French language education for the daily lives of the recently soaring temporary asylum seekers (acknowledgements), and JRS France, an international solidarity NGO, and Accueil et Avenir, whose ideology is "unconditional hospitality." In particular, we would like to discuss the situation and significance of the Digital Transformation Response class, which is a change in the post-corona era. This is a sustainable learner-centered teaching method in the future, which could affect not only the language-culture education of immigrants but also the realization of relevant policies.
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    The Analysis of Research Trends for Uzbekistan Korean Learners

    Miseon Jang , Lee, sook-jin , Nam Eunyoung and 1 other persons | 2022, 12() | pp.89~105 | number of Cited : 0
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    In a situation where the recent increase in the number of Uzbek international students in Korea is expected to continue to increase, this study analyzes the research trend of Korean language education targeting Uzbekistans, and based on the results, suggests the direction of follow-up research tasks. From 2000, when the study of Uzbek learners began for the first time, to April 2022, dissertations and journal papers related to the research field of Korean language education were collected and analyzed, and a total of 108 articles were analyzed. The analysis criteria of previous studies were referenced and classified into three perspectives. As a result of the analysis, the majority of theses were on ‘Korean education content’, followed by ‘teaching and learning’ related papers and ‘Korean education in general’ in that order. Since 2017, when the number of Uzbek Korean learners staying in Korea increased rapidly, studies on Korean language education related to Uzbek learners have also expanded significantly in quantity. In addition, 47% of the analysis papers written by researchers of Uzbekistan nationality were found to have mainly conducted research related to “Korean culture” and “vocabulary.” As a result of the analysis, it is believed that follow-up studies on learner teaching methods and learner error analysis are needed in the future.
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    A Model Study on the Adaptation Process of Married Migrant Women to Korean Life - Focusing on Vietnamese Migrant Women -

    JEON KYE KYUNG | 2022, 12() | pp.107~142 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the psychological and social adaptation experiences of married migrant women through the marriage life experience process and draw useful points to support them. To this end, 10 study participants were selected and analyzed using the evidence theory method. According to the analysis, marriage migrant women’s adaptation to ‘differences in diet and living culture’, ‘difficulties in communication’, ‘discrimination experience’, ‘self-esteem’, ‘realization of a life alone’, ‘vision’, ‘difficulties in values with husband’, ‘difficulty in coexistence with in-laws’, ‘future’, ‘intention’, ‘creative culture’. Based on this, marriage migrant women’s adaptation experience process was first shown as a stage of realizing scary reality, second, disconnected daily life, third, the burden of real conditions, fourth, challenging the world, and fifth, leading life. Based on these research results, this study proposed a step-by-step intervention plan for adaptive development to support married migrant women.
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    A Study on the Change of University Students’ Consciousness through Asian Community Theory and Global Citizenship Education

    Jung Gi-Young , Hiranaka Yukari , Jo, hee-ju | 2022, 12() | pp.143~165 | number of Cited : 0
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    In this study, we invited speakers from each field to conduct omnibus-style lectures every week under the keywords “Asia Community” and “World Citizen Education” in the university’s liberal arts lecture “Asia Community Theory” to build a future society like an EU community, and to explore the world.
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    A Study on the Specialized Marriage Immigrant Womenpower Training System for Global-friendly Multicultural Tallent of Korea-ASEAN on Exchange Increase

    HWANGMIHYE | 2022, 12() | pp.167~185 | number of Cited : 0
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    The success or failure of the Korean multiculture society is a key issue for the creation competent and talented human resources for the productiion contents. The purpose of this study is to elucidate how to characterize and the specialized marriage immigrant womenpower training system for global-friendly multicultural tallent of Korea-ASEAN on exchange increase with global competitiveness. The success of multi-disciplinary education will be maximized when cooperation with the responsible ministry, the active will of the ministry, the exchange increase vision of the university, and real-time and active administration are supported. In this study, based on the analysis of demand and supply of the human resources in the multiculture society, we found out that the multiculture society requires Specialized marriage immigrant womenpower training system for Global-friendly multicultural tallent of Korea-ASEAN on exchange increase who has the creativity, practical applicption ability, and the international competency.
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    A Comparative Analysis of Cultural Trade in Korea and China and Countermeasures for China’s Cultural Trade Development

    Shen, Lei | 2022, 12() | pp.187~214 | number of Cited : 0
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    Most of the developed countries in the world today regard the cultural industry as the main part of the potential of their own development strategies and the potential of national economic growth. South Korea, as the fifth largest nation in cultural industry all around the world, has formed specialized cultural development systems and established the national supporting strategy which provide strong support for the development of culture and cultural industry both in policy and finance. This article investigates the pattern of China’s cultural trade and explores the problems of it, mainly through comparing those of South Korea. Results show that, like many developing countries, China has a significant cultural goods trade imbalance, meanwhile, cultural trade policy is still somewhat fragmented, although there are indications that where policies have been put in place, especially in the core cultural products, in reducing significant deficits has been made. Obviously, the competitiveness of China’s cultural goods and training mechanism of compound talents should be enhanced and improved.