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The Academic Identity of Police Science in Research on Crisis Management in Korea

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2014, 10(11), pp.177-190
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

Jung Byung Soo 1 Jung, Yook Sang 2 Ryu Sang Il 3

1세한대학교
2계명대학교
3동의대학교

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ABSTRACT

The objective of this study was to examine the academic identity of police science in research on crisis management in Korea. For this purpose, research trends in police science were analyzed through the semantic network analysis method using a total of 70 research papers on police science published in the Journal of Safety and Crisis Management. The results of the analysis are summarized largely into two points. First, dissertations on police science published in the Journal of Safety and Crisis Management during the period from 2005 to 2014 dealt frequently with research keywords such as ‘terror,’ ‘analysis,’ ‘crime,’ ‘coping strategy,’ ‘Korea,’ ‘U.S.,’ ‘case study,’ and ‘introduction.’ By segment of period, frequently covered research keywords were ‘terror,’ ‘cyber, ‘crisis management,’ and ‘coping’ during the segment of 2005-2009, and ‘analysis,’ ‘strategy,’ ‘police,’ ‘coping strategy,’ ‘influence,’ ‘introduction,’ and ‘case study’ during the segment of 2010-2014. Second, when the centrality of research keywords was analyzed by the semantic network analysis method: ① degree centrality was high in order of ‘cyber,’ ‘crisis management,’ etc. centering on keyword ‘terror’ in research during the period of 2005-2009; ② keywords such as ‘strategy,’ ‘analysis,’ ‘police,’ ‘Korea,’ ‘prevention,’ and ‘crime’ formed sequencing relationships centering on keyword ‘terror’ during the period of 2010-2014; and ③ keyword ‘terror’ showed the highest degree centrality, and centering on this, keywords such as ‘strategy,’ ‘analysis,’ ‘police,’ ‘policy,’ ‘implication,’ ‘prevention,’ ‘coping,’ ‘crime,’ ‘Korea,’ ‘U.S.,’ and ‘terrorism’ formed high sequencing relationships during the entire period of 2005-2014.

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