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Standard Manual Development for Infants and Children`s Urban Railway Accident Prevention
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Standard Manual Development for Infants and Children`s Urban Railway Accident Prevention
Kang, Soo-Hee; Kwon, Young-Jong; Kim, Yeon Kyu; Go, Seung-ryul;
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Even though accidents occurred inside urban railway stations demage not only one person, but also surrounding people, it can be prevented by cautious actions. This research aims at infants and children, which can maximize the educational impacts, to develop a safety textbook which can educate safety rules and behavioral know-how to reduce the accidents occurred in urban railway stations, and at parents and teachers to gather opinions through surveys on the research`s future direction. This research conducts a case study and comparison analysis on domestic and foreign safety manuals, which is organized in a book form of fairy tales educating safety rules for readers to utilize the urban railway by steps from boarding to taking off. Through a survey we conducted for parents and teachers as providing the safety textbook developed through this research, we could get the positive evaluations and gather opinions on the future research direction. The safety textbook developed in a form of fairy tale book through this research is for infants and children to use the urban railway in a safe manner, which is expected to evoke the interests and curiosity and create the educational impacts on users.
Urban railway;Safety accident;Safety education text;Accident prevention;
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