This study explored how learners understand and accept multicultural discourse in multicultural social education using multicultural literature. For this, the practice of the ‘Multicultural Society and Literature’ class was shown, and was analyzed the content of analysis essays that the final results of students. A total of 30 pieces of multicultural literature were used in this study, including poetry, novels, and film literature, and a total of 33 pieces of analysis essays by 5 students written on 8 topics of Korean multicultural discourse. The analysis essay was inductively analyzed in the multiple case study method, and the analysis results were presented for each topic.
This study compared the perceptions of Korea, Korean language, and Korean culture between Koryoin and Joseonjok, who are the representative Korean diaspora, and examined the causes from various angles. In particular, this study conducted a survey of 66 Josenjok and Koryoin Korean teachers, who are required high knowledge and awareness of ethnic language and its culture both internally and externally. This study found statistically significant results that Joseonjok teachers have a higher Korean language and cultural efficacy than Koryoin teachers, while Koryoin teachers have more interest in Korea than Josenjok teachers. In order to find out where these differences were originated, this study examined various factors such as ethnic policy and language policy of their resident country, overseas Korean policy, and their status in Korea. Accordingly, this study presented the process of changing Korean Diaspora’s perception towards their home country dynamically.
The study focuses on proposing Laozi’s philosophy to understand the causes of conflicts in Korean society and presents a solution centered around the role of a leader and the qualities required for conflict resolution in multicultural settings. 1. Understanding the Causes of Conflicts: The study examines the causes and types of conflicts in Korean society. By drawing on the ideas of daodejing, it aims to gain a deeper understanding of the causes of conflicts, including conflicts in Korean society as a whole and conflicts within multicultural societies. 2. The Role of a Leader in Multicultural Conflict Resolution: From a philosophical standpoint, the study analyzes the required social spirit to solve the conflicts arising in multicultural societies. It suggests that the resolution of conflicts in a multicultural society necessitates the presence of a leader at the forefront. 3. Ideal Leadership Model: By delving into Laozi’s teachings, particularly concepts like the ‘saint’ and ‘goodness,’ the study examines the qualities and attitudes that political and administrative executives, working to address and solve these conflicts, should possess. Laozi’s teachings are presented as a model for conflict resolution.
This study analyzed news article frames reported online according to the digital nomad age. Through this, social issues related to migrant workers were identified by period. In the future, to present basic directions for future systems and programs migrant workers. A total of 20,278 news articles related to migrant workers were collected and analyzed from 1993 to 2022 using Bigkinds. Keyword trends, related words, and relationships diagram were analyzed for news articles related to migrant workers. The research results are as follows various related problems were mainly reported in the media. In particular, the 3rd stage COVID-19 pandemic period is a short period. However, despite the three-year period, the number of news stories online was high. This study is meaningful in that it identifies the issues of migrant workers in our society at a macro level through big data on migrant workers and presents policy directions.
The purpose of this study was to explore the practice of transnationalism embedded in the life of Filipino married immigrant women. The participants of the study were three Filipino married immigrant women, and the case study was used to explore cases through in-depth interviews and group interviews.
As a result, in the lives of Filipino married immigrant women, all the practices of transnationalism in the socio-cultural, economic, and political dimensions were revealed. The socio-cultural practice was found to be in contact with the Filipino family by phone and frequent access to the Filipino media. In the economic practice, it was found that a small amount of money needed for family members or acquaintances or hospital expenses were remitted. In the political practice, it was found that Filipino married immigrant women were interested in the Philippine elections and participated in community network. These results have implications in not only supporting the practice of transnationalism in the lives of Filipino married immigrant women, but also helping to balance the bilateral transnationalism between the Philippines and Korea.