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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

다문화와 평화검색

Multiculture & Peace


  • - 주제 : 사회과학분야 > 사회학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 2092-576X
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 3권 1호 (2009)

발간사 : 《다문화와 평화》의 발간을 축하하며

정상운
1,000
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권두언: 다문화적 시각과 평화의 가치

심혜영
4,500
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한국 다문화정책의 현황과 과제

홍기원 ( Ki Won Hong )
6,300
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Korean society has encountered sudden changes regarding multicultural issues in recent years. Government was quick enough to take action regarding this issue but the intervention has not been based on public discourse on how we should accept and anticipate the changes concerning the multicultural aspect of the society. Multicultural policy programs has been initiated as if it were the problem of the migrants alone not involving the society as a whole. This paper suggests which principles should be regarded as most important in designing multicultural policy in Korea. Considering inclusiveness in policy targets, recognizing the relationship between non discriminative policy principle, emphasizing multicultural perspectives rather than multicultural clientele, and retaining long term vision in terms of cultural policy as a whole.

유아 다문화교육의 방향

박은혜 ( Eun Hye Park )
6,400
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Korean society are becoming more multicultual in recent years due to several changes. Most of all, number of foreign workers and inter-racial marriages have drastically increased in recent years. The government estimates more than 700, 000 foreigners work in Korea. It is also expected that the number of registration of inter-racial marriages will continue to grow. Children from these families are reported to have difficulties in adjusting to the society. These demographic changes in our society made effects on the way we teach our young children in early childhood settings. This study examined the demographic changes in our societyand its impact to early childhood education settings, and made reviews of literature regarding multicultural education in Korea. Several concepts and principles for multicultural education for young children and their teachers were suggested.

홍익인간(弘益人間) 사상의 다문화주의적 함의

최문형 ( Moon Hyoung Choi )
6,300
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The idea of hongikingan (translated as `devotion to the welfare of humankind`) is the main theme of the myth of Tan`gun, the first founding myth for the Korean nation. The myth is the story of Gods and humans. Ancient Koreans had to be sensitive to the kaleidoscopic phenomena of nature which they were surrounded by, as it was directly affected their survival. The mighty force of nature was shown to be something divine to the ancient people, and they began to explain nature and the world with the names of deities. Our ancestors left some meaningful records on the natural environment, on human beings, and on society. The Zen Buddhist master, Iryn (1206-1289) who was a contemporary of Kim, however, left this noteworthy record through Samguk Yusa (Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms. Yi Seunghyu (1224-1300), the author of Chewang Ungi (Rhymed Record of Emperors and Kings), had recorded a myth about the foundation of Kochosun (The Old Chosun). Now, with the help of these writers and others, we are able to get insightful information regarding the founding nation on the Korean peninsula. This information will lead us to the ancient vision of the world that our ancestors envisioned. We show the idea of the archetypical Utopia as it relates to nature, to individuals, and to society through the myth of Tan`gun. It is a story of gods, and is the first record of nature and of civilization, the relationship between man and woman, and the appearance of a desirable community. Our ancestors expressed it in the four ideographies, `hong-ik-in-gan`. Now we should ask why the theme of the story of `gods` was `human beings (ingan)`? It might be their wishes that they want to speak about the story of human beings in the form of the myth. The hongik ingan thought in Tan`gun Chosun shows multiculturalism that modern Korean society needs for. It is not humanism simply to benefit Korean, but rather the thought of unification between different races and cultures that pursues the divine world in the human society. As we see the plot of the myth; that a god descended into the human world, and both bear and tiger wished to be human, it could be understood that the ancient Koreans focused on human beings as a harmonious figure, and on the pursuit of peaceful relationship and the harmonization among different tribes.

알렉산더 윌리엄슨(Alexander Williamson)의 중국선교: 문서, 해방, 그리고 상업

박형신 ( Hyung Shin Park )
7,000
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This study examines the thought and practice of a Scottish Christian missionary to China, Rev. Alexander Williamson (1829-1890), who worked in the second half of the nineteenth century. Born at Falkirk and educated at the University of Glasgow, he decided to dedicate himself to the Christian work in China. Sent by the London Missionary Society (LMS) in 1855, he started his missionary life with his wife in Shanghai although they were to come back home in a couple of years due to his failure of health. Having been recovered from the illness, he was appointed as the first missionary of the newly organized National Bible Society of Scotland (NBSS) to China in 1863. In addition to his work for the NBSS, he worked as the missionary of the United Presbyterian Church (UPC) of Scotland to North China since 1871 until he died in Chefoo (now Yantai), Shandong. Helped by the Treaty of Tianjin(1858) and the Treaty of Beijing(1860) that allowed foreigners to practice Christian evangelism in the new treaty ports of the northern coast and in the hinterlands, Williamson carried out great evangelistic journeys in North China, Manchuria, and Inner Mongolia to distribute the Bible and other Christian literature. He also established a few important societies, such as “the Christian Literature Society for China” (CLSC) and “the Society for the Diffusion of Christian and General Knowledge among the Chinese” (SDCGK), with some other fellow missionaries for the cause of spreading the Bible and Christian literature among the Chinese. Furthermore, he wrote more than twenty books and essays related to the Christian work in China either in English or in Chinese. He became the first Protestant missionary to spread the gospel in Manchuria or the Northeast China, with his Bible journeys since 1864 even before the entry of the first resident Protestant missionary William C. Burns of the English Presbyterian Mission. Williamson also successfully persuaded the new missionaries John Ross and John MacIntyre to go to Manchuria and greatly helped the Board of Foreign Missions of the UPC create a new mission there. Having a keen interest in the evangelism to Korean people, he helped a missionary of the LMS Robert Thomas to go to the west coast of Korea to distribute the Bible under the support of the NBSS. It is evident that John Ross, who translated the Bible into Korean in Manchuria, was also greatly influenced by him. He was distinctive in respecting for the humanitarian rights of the Non-Western people and in recognizing the merits of the people and their civilizations. He highly appreciated the capacity of Chinese people and the greatness of their ancient civilization. However, he also recognized that every person and every civilization need to have the knowledge of God. He believed that by the word of God Chinese would be emancipated from ignorance and superstition which have covered their potentiality in personal and collective levels. He was able to look out that Chinese would build a Christian civilization in the near future. Finally, he was a great advocate for the British merchants` participation in the development of the Chinese natural sources and having commercial interactions with them. As several lectures and books of him display that idea very well, his 1867 lecture “Notes on the North of China” conduced before the Royal Geographical Society is a good example of it. He also supported the idea in which the British may use diplomatic or military ways for Korea to open up to the gospel and international commerce. His idea seems to come out of the distinctive tradition of Scottish and British society, politics, and religion. It seems that he had a very positive notion on development and commerce in the Non-Western world, a narrower sense of imperialism, an approval of the possibility of `evil` methods serving `good` purpose, and an influence from the close relationship between the state and church in Scotland and England.

異文化理解の倫理にむけて

이나가시게미 ( Inagasigmi )
7,200
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異文化理解의 裏面에는 많은 誤解가 존재한다. 통상적으로 그 오해의 素地를 해소하는 것이 異文化理解라고 보는 경우가 많다. 커뮤니케이션의 이론 등은 이를 전재로 토론을 전개해 나가고 있다. 그러나 통역과 번역 등에서부터 외교교섭에 이르기까지 이익과 손해를 달리하는 당사자 사이에서는 공통언어를 개재하여 그 배후에 서로 다른 이해가 對峙(혹은 對立)하고 하다. 그 서로 다른 이해의 접점에는 어떤 현상이 발생하는가? 이것이 물리학이라면 포텐셜(potential)에서 유래하는 放電現象, 化學이라면 化學反應으로, 그리고 기상학의 모델에 의하면 서로 다른 대기압 기단이 충돌하는 전선에서 발생하는 기상현상으로 해독하는 것도 가능할 것이다. 본 논문은 異文化接觸의 매개자적 지위에 주목하여 異文化接觸의 氣象學을 제창하기 위한 전제가 되는 논의를 총괄하려는 시도이다.

여성 결혼이민자들의 문화적응 스트레스가 사회적 회피 및 불안에 미치는 영향

신현경 ( Hyun Kyung Shin )
5,800
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The purpose of this study was to understand the affect of social avoidance and unrest by cultural adaptation stress such as psychological malaise in mixing with people, the avoidance in social situation, the sense of uneasiness with a stranger and etc. when married woman immigrants are experiencing the process of acculturation in Korea. In this research, 118 married woman immigrants who are living in the province of Gyeong-Gi and Seoul were participated, and used `Acculturative Stress Scale for International Student` to measure cultural adaptation stress which is developed by Sandhu and Asrabadi (1994). And, also used the `Measurement of social-evaluation anxiety` which is developed by Watson, E., & Friend, R. (1969) and translated by Lee & Choi (1997) to measure social avoidance and unrest of married woman immigrants. Inspected surveys were calculated by using the SPSS/WIN 12.0. This study inspected with frequency analysis to analyze the general characteristics of participants, and with multiple regression analysis to understand the affect of social avoidance and unrest by cultural adaptation stress. The significantly level of all statistics were α=. 05 level. As a result, the following conclusions were drawn. First, there were significantly affects in social avoidance with sense of uneasiness with mixing with people and the avoidance about social situation like racial discrimination, homesick, fear, cultural shock and etc (social isolation, inferiority, strangeness and communication) in married woman immigrants. But, prejudice and guilty conscience did not affected in social avoidance. Second, there were significantly affects in social unrest within the sense of uneasiness with a stranger and the racial discrimination, homesick, fear, cultural shock and etc (social isolation, inferiority, strangeness and communication) in married woman immigrants. But, prejudice and guilty conscience did not affected in social unrest. In conclusion, this study showed that cultural adaptation stress when married woman immigrants are experiencing the process of acculturation in Korea could influence a lot in social avoidance and unrest by psychological malaise in mixing with people, the avoidance in social situation, the sense of uneasiness with a stranger and etc which can predict their psychological health.
7,600
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A Study on Relationship between Immigration policy and Integration policy for international marriage immigrants Recently the number of immigrant in Korea is gradually growing. So immigration policy, multicultural policy and integration policy are still under controversy. As a result of these circumstances, the importance of social integration policy is now attracting national`s eyes. Even though social integration and immigration are related each other, based on the intrinsic nature of immigration policy, the inter-relationship between social integration policy and immigration policy is not yet forged. And also integration of immigrants is a two-way policy and process which is applied to all aliens and nationals. In this thesis I overview the definition and major elements of immigration policy, and apply the function of immigration policy to integration policy, and research the connections between the two, and analyze the implications and policy directions of marriage-based immigrants as the first ranking of integration. To suggest the inter-relationship between immigration policy and integration policy, I review the specific alternatives for connecting the two.
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