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A Study on the Activation Plan for the Participation in Citizen Participation Education by Types of Lifelong Education Participation : Focusing on Chungcheongnam-do (평생교육 참여유형별 시민참여교육 참여 활성화 방안에 관한 연구: 충청남도를 중심으로)

  • Jeong, Jae-Hun;Lim, Se-Young;Kang, Hyun-Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.331-340
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    • 2018
  • This study used data from '2016 Chungnam Citizens' Lifelong Education Needs Survey'. This analyzed the basic situation of Citizen Participation Education. It also typifies the interest and participation intention of lifelong education by region, and compared the interest and participation intention of Citizen Participation Education. Through this, we intend to provide concrete basic data for activating the Citizen Participation Education in Chungnam. We analyzed data of 4,108 people in 2016 lifelong education needs survey. This was named enjoy learning type, bias earning type, and elderly learning type. Second, the enjoy learning type group is a group that enjoys participating throughout lifelong education area. bias earning type group is a group that perceives that lifelong education is limited to vocational ability education, culture art education, and liberal arts education. These are groups that are interested and participating only in three areas. The elderly learning type group is a group that shows typical characteristics of the elderly learners and is a group that is concentrated on participation in culture arts education. Third, enjoy learning type group is the second most experienced participant. They are the group with the highest participation interest and participation intention. bias earning type group is the group with the highest participation experience. They are also the second highest group of participating interests and willingness to participate. elderly learning type group is the group with lowest participation experience, participation interest, and participation intention. Finally, we suggest the ways to revitalize Citizen Participation Education in lifelong education.

An Analysis of the AHP of the Lifelong Education Program based on the Six Classification Scheme (6진 분류에 따른 평생교육 프로그램의 AHP 분석)

  • Han, Sang-Hoon;Park, Myeung-Sin
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.995-1005
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    • 2015
  • This study is to analyze the AHP of the lifelong education program per each domain of six classifications. According to this study result, the relative importance of the lifelong education program per each domain is as following: Literacy education, Vocation and Workforce education, Citizen Participatory education in descending order of importance. As for the relative importance of the lifelong education program per each subcomponent is Expended literacy, Fundamental Life Skill, Workforce Continuing Education in descending order of importance. The results of this study can be used in lifelong educators of education and training and lifelong education, designed, theoretically realistic lifelong education programs development and management of educational practice field, provides many implications for the development of lifelong learning as practical implications.

Study of the Priority of Baby Boomer Policy: Emotional Psychology through Analytic Hierarchy (AHP 분석방법을 통한 감성심리 기반의 베이비부머 정책 우선순위 결정)

  • Kang, Ju-Ree;Lee, Chung-Real;Hwang, Du-Kyung
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.77-88
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    • 2019
  • As the social interest of the Baby Boomer generation is increasing, this study derives implications for lifelong education policy through identification of the need and support for lifelong education among baby boomers lifelong learning, taking into account such aspects of quality of life as emotional psychology-based self-development and self-realization. To optimally explore support for lifelong learning for the baby-boomer generation, first-tier (top-level), sixth-tier (bottom-level), and five-other evaluation criteria were available. For the first layer, we examined whether potentiality or realizability was more desirable, and for the second layer, detailed criteria for realizability were set up, dividing them into financial, legal, and administrative feasibility. A study conducted by experts on the policy priority analysis of Baby Boomers showed that their support for lifelong learning places a greater priority on its feasibility (the more feasible alternative) than desire (the more desirable option). Among the six criteria, lifestyle activities had high priority, and the relative importance of the five assessment alternatives for lifetime learning activities was shown to be higher for employment skills education (0.377), civil participation education (0.181), lifestyle activities (0.200), and 'lifetime activities' (06.11). These results are meaningful: they can help shape and refine the needs of lifelong education, assess their relative importance, and prepare basic data for lifelong learning policies for baby boomers who are about to enter their old age.