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Research on Prevention Principle for Permanent Migration of Migrant Workers
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 5,  2016, pp.117-123
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.5.117
 Title & Authors
Research on Prevention Principle for Permanent Migration of Migrant Workers
Lee, Hyang-Soo; Lee, Seong-Hoon;
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 Abstract
As a multicultural society, is it right to adhere to the prevention principle of permanent migration of migrant workers? We need to try to do a little more calm consideration on the prevention principle for permanent migration rather than in terms of human right and emotional aspect. Even though there is a suggestion that we need to decrease the proportion of 3D Jobs by improving industrial demand, migrant workers can be an alternative in that we need a solution unless we can be freed from 3D Jobs. The prevention principle for permanent migration not only is against the trend of multicultural society but also blocks the opportunity for migrant workers to share their skills and knowledge taught in our country. In addition, with the society aging, that the permanent migration of migrant workers can be proper channels to supply young labor force should be kept in mind. In addition to this practical aspect, considering that all human beings are equal and with dignity and unequal conditions that migrant workers undergo require empathetic viewpoint, the prevention principle should be amended.
 Keywords
Multicultural Society;Migrant Workers;Prevention Principle for Permanent Migration;Aging Society;Interruption of Technology;
 Language
Korean
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