A Study on the Cultural Policy for the Korean-Chinese workers

Title
A Study on the Cultural Policy for the Korean-Chinese workers
Authors
최정화
Keywords
astudyontheculturalpolicyforthekoreanchineseworkers
Issue Date
2011
Publisher
인하대학교
Abstract
A large number of foreign workers have been coming to Korea since Seoul Olympic Game in 1988. Korea has been experiencing a relatively new phenomenon of influx of foreigners entering the country for employment (Seol, 1996). Ministry of Public Administration and Security (2008) compiled the statistics of foreign workers, and found that the Korean- Chinese workers accounted for more than half. After having come to Korea, the Korean- Chinese workers face many problems like illegal status, poor work conditions, cultural conflict and misunderstanding when they attempt to adjust to a new life and achieve some degree of harmonious engagement. In spite of the growing concerns of the issues of the Korean- Chinese workers, researches on the Korean- Chinese workers are limited especially in cultural policy. Social support are known as factors to enhance acculturation of the Korean- Chinese workers. This paper examined relationships between acculturation and social support for suggesting cultural policy. This research project was conducted from 2nd, September, 2010 to 20th, September 2010 at Seoul and Incheon. There were 166 respondents in total, 77 males and 89 females. All of them were adults of age 18 and over. All respondents resided in Korea peninsula during the year the study was conducted. The respondents participated voluntarily in this study. To measure acculturation strategies, here was a 18-item scale developed, based on the model of Berry(1980)'s The East Asian Acculturation Measure (EAAM) and To measure social support Park's Social Support Scale(1985) was used. Each respondent received a Korean version questionnaire which includes four parts: (1) the Informed Consent Form, (2) Social Support Scale, and (3) Acculturation Scale, and (4) Demographic Information. The statistical analysis used was SPSS 12.0. The following methods of analysis were used: (1) Descriptive analysis, (2) Pearson Product Moment correlation analysis, (3) Multiple Regression analysis, (4) t-tes
Description
Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION- 1 1.1 Needs of the Study 1 1.2 Purpose of the Study 3 1.3 Research Questions and Methods 3 Ⅱ. THEORETICAL BACKGROUND 5 2.1 The Korean-Chinese Workers in Korean 5 2.1.1 History of the Korean-Chinese 5 2.1.2 Status Analysis of the Korean-Chinese Workers 5 2.2 Acculturation and Acculturation strategies 7 2.2.1 Culture and Adaptation 7 2.2.2 The Concept of Acculturation 8 2.2.3 Acculturation Strategies 11 2.3 Social Support and the types of Social Support 18 2.3.1 The Concept of Social Support 18 2.3.2 Types of Social Support 19 2.3.3 Significance of Social Support 21 2.4 Acculturation and Social Support 23 Ⅲ. METHODOLOGY 26 3.1 Research Model and Hypotheses 26 3.1.1 A Model of Research 26 3.1.2 Hypotheses 27 3.2 Participants and Data Collection 28 3.3 Measurement 30 3.3.1 The Korean-Chinese Workers 30 3.3.2 Survey Instrument 30 3.3.3 Data Analytical Method 33 Ⅳ. ANALYSIS OF DATA AND DISCUSSION 35 4.1 Reliability Analysis 35 4.1.1 Reliability of Social Support 35 4.1.2 Reliability of Acculturation 36 4.2 Descriptive Analysis 37 4.3 The Effect of Social Support in the Acculturation of the Korean-Chinese Workers 38 4.3.1 Correlation Analysis 38 4.3.2 Multiple Regression Analysis 40 4.4 Demographic Characteristic and Acculturation 45 4.4.1 Acculturation Strategies 45 4.4.2 Acculturation Attitudes 47 Ⅴ. SUGGESTION FOR CULTURAL POLICY 54 5.1 The Public Sector 54 5.2 Korean Citizens' Groups 57 Ⅵ. CONCLUSION 59 REFERENCE 63 APPENDICES 67 APPENDIX 1: Questionnaire (ENGLISH) 67 APPENDIX 2: Questionnaire (CHINESE) 72 국문초록 77
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http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/22972
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