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A Study on Policy Stream Model Using the Multi-cultural Family Support Law
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A Study on Policy Stream Model Using the Multi-cultural Family Support Law
Bae, Seon-sik; Jeong, Jin-Gyeong;
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 Abstract
The policy agenda setting is the symbolic policy of representing the public at home and abroad in addition to what a role of the government and the ruling party made a great contribution out of a political stream, rather than the policy that was formed by external group. Especially, a policy for migrant workers and married immigrant women is the important policy that will need to be solved in the global era. Accordingly, the purpose of this study is to confirm a factor, which had a decisive influence upon a policy, by examining the decision-making process of `policy for the married immigrant women` with which the government pushes ahead. A specific plan for achieving this research objective is as follows. It progresses a theoretical discussion about the multi-cultural policy in south Korea and discusses the process that the multi-cultural policy is formed. The advancing stage includes the process of forming a multi-cultural discourse, the differentiation process that a multi-cultural discourse is diversely formed, and the process of being made a policy of multi-cultural discourse, which had been formed by section.
 Keywords
Migrant workers;Married immigrant women;Multi-cultural policy;Multi-cultural discourse;Political stream;
 Language
Korean
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