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2023, Vol.13, No.

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    Current status of Chinese High School Korean Language Education and Promotional Measures - Focused on Korean University entrance class of NO.1 High School in Jiaozuo City, Henan Province, China -

    Kwon, young-eun , Kwon, dae-hyeok , Hwang, mi-hye | 2023, 13() | pp.1~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to introduce in detail the current status of Korean language education in high schools in China and to suggest future directions for improvement. Currently, in China, the first city in Henan Province, China, which is receiving attention as a Korean language education area in high schools rather than Korean language education in universities. As a result of interviews with students who wish to enter Korean universities, some problems and improvement plans were found. The focus of this thesis is on Korean language education at NO.1 High School. Therefore, this thesis aims to do a basic research on the current status of Korean language education at NO.1 High School in Jiazuo City, Henam.
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    A Review of the Creative Analytic Processes Ethnography - The Significance in Multicultural Research -

    Ryu, young-jin | 2023, 13() | pp.31~53 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this paper is to introduce the ‘Creative Analytic Processes Ethnography(CAP)’ proposed by Richardson and Pierre. And it aims to examine the significance of multicultural field research. “CAP” is a methodology that is meaningful in actively utilizing various literary narrative and making readers react emotionally. In this paper, the significance of ‘CAP’ is summarized into four categories as follows. First, it is appropriate for the confidentiality and protection of participants. Second, it works in the realm of sensitivity and empathy. Third, it induces research practice by researchers and participants. Finally, literary methods such as criticism can be used.
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    A Comparative Study on Foreign Language Anxiety and Enjoyment according to Learning Environment

    Fan, jin-ou , Cho, yun-kyoung , Ryu, seung-ui | 2023, 13() | pp.55~77 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the foreign language anxiety(FLA) and enjoyment(FLE) experienced by Chinese Korean learners in the learning process, and to analyze the difference in FLA and FLE of KFL learners and KSL learners according to the learning environment. The analysis results confirmed that the FLA of the two groups was at a moderate level and the FLE was at a high level, and both groups showed a significant negative correlation between FLA and FLE. According to the comparative analysis, KSL learners had lower FLA and higher FLE than KFL learners. Overall, this study was meaningful in exploring the use of affective factors in the field of Korean language education in the future.
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    A Phenomenological Criticism of cultural attitude categorizing others - Focusing on René Girard’s Mimesis Theory -

    Shin, yong-shik | 2023, 13() | pp.79~105 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims not only to critically analyse our society’s socio-cultural attitudes dealing with cultural diversity in the globalized reality, but also to present academical necessity of the intercultural perspective as attitude change. Girard believes that culture originated from social processes of imitating others and from mechanism to control the degree of imitative behaviors. It can be said that culture functions as a system for controling imitative desires. Phenomenologically, the legitimacy of imitative desire is determined by whether the consciousness intentionally coincides with its object. But the distorted desire cannot correspond to the essence of its objects. Because intentionality of the consciousness is distorted by prejudiced Pre- Understandings. As a result, this study, focusing on Girard’s Mimesis Theory, aims to clarify that we need to enhance our judgment ability to face essential facets of desires through phenomenological Epoche, so rather than formally and superficially imitating others’ mimetic desires.
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    A Study on Hansen’s “The Way to the leprosy sanatorium”

    Oh, hyoun-suk | 2023, 13() | pp.107~142 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper dealt with the identity problems and otherization problems that Hansen’s people face in the process of visiting the leprosy sanatorium. The “road to leprosy sanatorium” was functioned to recognize and grasp themselves objectively. The full-length novel “NAKHWAYUSU” describes many moments of pain that the main character Kim Baek-soo experienced on his way to the leprosy sanatorium. Zainichi Korean Hansen people of 川野順’s work describes the process of the author going to the leprosy sanatorium after being diagnosed with Hansen’s disease in Japan. And they are accept their existence, which has changed from before, on the way to the leprosy sanatorium.
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    A Study on Chungcheongnam-do’s Multicultural Policy - Focusing on the 2021 Local Government Immigration Polic -

    Lee, sung-soon | 2023, 13() | pp.143~173 | number of Cited : 0
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    2023. 1. 30. y, Multi-cultural Society and Education Studies 00, 00-00. This study analyzed the 2021 Chungnam foreign policy and derived tasks. First, a plan to unify the central ministry’s foreign policy and the basic plan for multicultural family policy is requested. Second, the budget should be drawn up to the number of foreign residents and the number of tasks. Third, the establishment of a foreign policy in Chungnam as a population policy is requested. Fourth, a region-based immigration administration platform administrative system should be established. Finally, a system for identifying blind spots to support foreign residents should be introduced.
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    A Study on the Discrimination and Prejudice inherent in the term ‘Multicultural Family’

    Jo, suk-jeong | 2023, 13() | pp.175~213 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of the term “multicultural families” on married migrant women and to suggest the need for the term “multicultural families” to be reestablished. In order to achieve this purpose, face-to-face and non-face-to-face interviews were conducted from November 15, 2020 to May 2021. The interview participants sampled 17 married migrant women with children who have lived in Korea for more than 5 years. Text analysis was conducted through R programming and visualized as a word cloud. Based on this, we analyzed the influence of multicultural family language on marriage migrant women. According to the study, the term multicultural family is the first lack of pride in living in Korea in terms of classification and classification, the socialization of poverty, the need for benefits and support, and the low choice of minority-oriented terms. Based on this, the following recommendations will be made. First of all, it is necessary to re-establish the term for families married to foreigners. Secondly, the use of terms should be accurate so that the terms “multicultural” and “multicultural families” can be distinguished. Third, when the government selects policy terms, it is necessary to eliminate and objectify the differentiation of terms.
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    The Effect of Social Capital on Living Satisfaction of Migrants in Seoul

    Hwang, hyang-hwa , Kim, ock-nyu | 2023, 13() | pp.215~243 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study analyzes the impact of social capital on living satisfaction of foreign migrants. The data were based on the 2019 Seoul Survey of Urban Policy Indicators (Seoul Survey) for foreign residents living in Seoul. The results of the study are as follows. First, in the type of stay of migrants, marriage immigrant groups had higher satisfaction with living in Korea when forming bridge-type social capital. Visiting employment groups had high Korean language skills and high living satisfaction when forming bridge-type social capital. Second, the Korean language ability, length of residence, and bridge-type social capital of migrants were found to affect living satisfaction.