• Title, Summary, Keyword: 문화분야ODA

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The Current Culture and Arts Education Research in a Cultural Field of ODA : Focusing on MCST and KOICA (문화분야 ODA의 문화예술교육 프로그램 현황 연구 - 문화체육관광부와 KOICA 중심으로)

  • Paek, So-Yeon;Park, Keong-Cheol
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.57-67
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    • 2016
  • ODA is administered with the promotion of the economic development and welfare of undeveloped countries provided by developed countries. Entering the 2000s, the paradigm of ODA is gradually diverted from economic aids to cultural aids. The purpose of this research in cultural field of ODA aims to analyze the current ODA status in order to build a base for next research. Eradicating poverty and leading the development in culture that could be a base for the development of a country through conservation of traditional culture and protection of heritage can be an universal value realization.

Comparison Study of Global Scholarship Policy among Korea, China, and Japan (한·중·일 3국의 정부지원 유학생정책 비교 분석)

  • Nam, Soo-Kyong
    • Korean Journal of Comparative Education
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.75-98
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    • 2012
  • This study aims to investigate and compare with each other the global scholarship policy of Korea, China, and Japan, which is supported by government, and to suggest the improvement plan of the Global Korea Scholarship(GKS) program in Korea. Based on the results of comparison study with Chinese and Japanese policies, the implications for GKS program are as follows. First, GKS program needs to be redesigned according to the boundaries of in-bound and out-bound countries. Especially, the GKS program for 'neighboring countries' focusing on East Asian countries, could be developed as the Union of East Asian Nations. Second, to maximize the performance of GKS, the government needs to cooperate more actively and systematically among related departments through all the steps as a national foreign policy, that is, from establishing goals to evaluating performance. Third, the perspectives on GKS must be expanded, not just as a kind of scholarship, but as a policy for developing Korean culture and language. Fourth, out-bound GKS programs must be greatly expanded in relation to short-term programs as well as the quality of in-bound GKS programs. Finally, out-bound GKS programs for the Asian developing countries need to be redesigned and operated under the focus of ODA, to support the invited Parties beyond the foreign resource policy.