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한국 중·고등학생의 다문화 교육에 관한 연구

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 A Study on Multicultural Education for Korean Secondary Students 
 이동엽  ;  최윤정  ;  강승혜 
 Journal of Cultural Policy (문화정책논총), Vol.26(1) : 255-278, 2012 
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 Journal of Cultural Policy (문화정책논총) 
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다문화 교육 ; 국가 정체성 ; 한국에 대한 자긍심 ; 다문화 태도 ; 자국 경제 ; 외국 문물 도입 ; Multicultural education ; National identities ; National pride, Multi-culture ; National economy ; Foreign culture
This study explores multicultural education for Korean secondary students with regard to their perceptions and attitudes on national identities: national pride, national economy, foreign culture, and multi-cultural groups. It particularly focuses on how students’ attitudes toward national economy and foreign culture act as mediating variables in the connection between students’ perceptions on national pride and multi-cultural groups. A total of three hundred and thirty students in three secondary schools in Seoul completed a survey, which has a research design based on Korean General Social Survey (2003)’s national identity module. Structural equation modeling was used for statistical analysis. The results are as follows: first, students who have higher Korean national pride showed more negative attitudes toward foreign culture and such perceptions also influenced students" negative attitudes toward multi-cultural groups; second, students who have higher Korean national pride showed more conservative attitudes toward national economy, which, however, did not affect students" perception of multi-cultural groups; and third, students’ national pride did not directly influence their attitudes on multi-cultural groups. This study implies that Korea adolescents should be taught to reduce negative, exclusive attitudes toward cross-cultural acceptance in order to develop positive attitudes toward diverse multi-cultural groups. Furthermore, teachers, educators, and scholars should develop more inclusive as well as multi-cultural school curriculum instead of one-time educational events about multi-cultural groups. This study suggests that doing so will allow young students to develop healthy multi-cultural perceptions and positive attitudes toward cultural diversity.
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Medical Education (의학교육학과) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Lee, Dong Yub(이동엽)
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