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Exploratory Study On the Policy Learning after Major Conflagration Events: Significant Fire Cases in Korea

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2013, 9(4), pp.31-58
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

LEE DONG KYU 1 HA MIN JI 2 김춘석 3

1동아대학교
2성균관대학교
3성균과대학교 대학원

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ABSTRACT

This article aims to develop policy change model by discover the patterns of policy changes after Major Conflagration Events though describe the variance of the policy change after focusing events. This study analyzes cases of policy change and policy learning, on what difference has been made on a policy decision and policy alternatives after Major Conflagration Events. It explains the dynamic process of policy change after several disasters just like Significant Fire Cases in Korea. This analysis shows that not all disaster events became a big issue through the media and formal agendas in the National Assembly. Also policy alternatives as a result of policy change weren’t made for a long-term perspective on the prevention of disasters. In addition to instrumental policy learning occurred, it wasn’t a result of feedback. Therefore disaster management policy need to be made in order to prevent various disasters from various problem, and through the means of learning and social learning made at the same time, ​​policy should have a specific and long-term perspective.

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