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수록범위 : 1권1호(2016)~5권1호(2020) |수록논문 수 : 47
Journal of Migration and Social Integration (JMSI)
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1Leisure Experience of Uzbekistan Students in Korea

저자 : Mee-sun Lee , Sevara Karimova , Young-sun Lee

발행기관 : 건국대학교 이주사회통합연구소 간행물 : Journal of Migration and Social Integration (JMSI) 5권 1호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 5-51 (47 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the perceptions of leisure, the types of leisure activities, and the demands for leisure among international students from Uzbekistan to understand their leisure experiences and to seek ways to improve the quality of leisure life.
To this end, we collected data on leisure experiences through individual interviews with seven Uzbekistan international students attending undergraduate courses in the metropolitan area, and the results of qualitative analysis of the collected data are as follows:
(1) Participants preferred to combine activities with others, and they tended to pursue relaxation and educational purposes through leisure activities. (2) Leisure activities in Korea show experiences and differences in their home countries on four dimensions (change of cultural environment, relationship, finacial situation and work). They were acting as a qualitative improvement of leisure activities and an increase and limitation of types. (3) In order to improve the quality and quantity of leisure activities, it was required to provide opportunities for leisure activities at universities and to support facilities and cultural abilities in universities and communities.
Based on these results, discussions and suggestions for field and follow-up studies were introduced.
(ylee@inha.ac.kr)

2Memory of Koryoins of Permanently Returned Sakhalin Koreans

저자 : Bong Su Park

발행기관 : 건국대학교 이주사회통합연구소 간행물 : Journal of Migration and Social Integration (JMSI) 5권 1호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 53-69 (17 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to explore the possibility of cultural coexistence between Koryoin and Sakhalin Koreans. As a result of the study, the memories of Koryoins experienced by Sakhalin Koreans who permanently returned to were largely divided into three categories.
The purpose of this study is to explore the possibility of cultural coexistence between Koreans and Koreans in Sakhalin. As a result of the study, the memories of Koreans experienced by Koreans in Sakhalin who returned to Yeongju were largely divided into three categories. For the coexistence of Sakhalin Koreans who permanently returned and Koryoins, they must seek ways to build strong cultural solidarity with their home countries based on their kinship and cultural and economic networks.
Furthermore, 720 million overseas Koreans should continue to be supported to establish close political, economic and diplomatic relations with their home countries and to succeed in language and cultural identity.
(wuligaqi@naver.com)

3Representation of Korean-Chinese Female in the Media and Ethics of Care

저자 : Jung Ah Shin

발행기관 : 건국대학교 이주사회통합연구소 간행물 : Journal of Migration and Social Integration (JMSI) 5권 1호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 71-106 (36 pages)

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The media representation of Korean Chinese shows a great difference by gender. Reproductions of Korean-Chinese men have been described as powerful criminal characters such as gangsters, organ traffickers, and serial killers since the movie The Yellow Sea (2010). In the TV show, Korean Chinese men were imprinted with typical criminal images that threaten Korean society. On the other hand, Korean Chinese women differ by age depending on how Korean society accepted them. From the early 1990s to the early 2000s, when immigrant women from marriage came to Korea, it was represented as a simple rural girl adapting to the patriarchal life of a patriarchal family.
Since the mid-2000s, the representation of Korean Chinese women entering Korea as labor migrants rather than marriage migrant women has increased. Independent and strong characters appeared, and the layer of representation widened. Since 2010, crime films have been commercially successful in Korean society, and the recurrence of crimes such as violence and murder has increased in the media reproduction as a series of violent crimes, called the three Korean Chinese murders. Cruel Korean male characters such as organ traffickers, serial killers, and gangsters appeared in the OCN dramas Cheoyong (2014), Dual (2014), Black (2017), and Bad Guys (2017). For female characters of Korean ethnicity, crime representation became full-scale through MISSING (2016) and The Villainess (2017). In order to protect motherhood, the image of a Korean Chinese woman who was well-established and obedient to Korean society began to be reappeared as a violent criminal that commits murder without hesitation.
However, the reality facing Korean-Chinese women who risk their lives and practice motherhood is far from a stable and peaceful life. They go to jail for their crimes or make extreme choices at the end of despair. Of course, exceptional repesentations also appear. The Korean-Chinese women appearing in JTBC's Secret Love Affair and Wife's Qualifications by Jung Sung-joo are portrayed as subjective women who make their claims. However, this is only a very small attempt when looking at the overall production of TV shows and the distribution of representation. This study analyzes the representation methods of the film MISSING and Mistress, which have projected criminal images of male Korean Chinese representations to female Korean Chinese through movies and TV shows. We will examine the problems of representing Korean-Chinese women in terms of 'care' and 'hospitality,' and explore the direction of reflection and solidarity to build an integrated narrative for Korean Diaspora in preparation for the unification era. The problem of media reproduction for Korean Chinese requires deep reflection and rewriting, as the narrative of unity can only begin when an equal place is created for each other.
(jasin72@hanmail.net)

4Adoption Procedures for a Child of Anonymous Birth in France

저자 : Jong-hee Seo

발행기관 : 건국대학교 이주사회통합연구소 간행물 : Journal of Migration and Social Integration (JMSI) 5권 1호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 107-136 (30 pages)

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In France, the regime of accouchement sous X allows a woman can enter a hospital, give birth, and leave her child in the hands of the authorities without giving up informations on her identity. All hospital expenses will be paid by the social welfare service department. The women can request for psychological support from a social center, and no ID is needed and there is no special investigation related to the mother's background. The children born under X will then be the state's liability. When it comes to adoption of the children born under X, It is provided in the Civil Code de l'aide sociale et des familles (CASF). It has the following characteristics.
First, France currently permits closed adoption. Thus, it is necessary to pass on information which will not identity the mother from the day of birth and give this information to the adoptive parents.
Second, It was used to plenary adoption (which is an alternate form of adoption which terminates the relationship between birth parent and child) and institutionalized adoption.
Third, not parents but a statutory guardian who has a right adoption consent on the Children born under X. This exactly mean anonymous adoption.
Fourth, mother's child born under X are given two months to think things over anonymous birth and adoption.
At last, it is necessary to the expiration of a six-Month period in which the child temporarily placed with the children born under X. After the expiration of a six-Month period, giving birth under X could facilitate the child's adoption and guarantee the stability of the link: removed from his roots, the adopted child can't be claimed by his parents by blood; he will have only one single family, which of his adopting parents. It is to prevent these crisis about origins, which make a large number of adoptees suffer and sometimes endangers their relationship with their adoptive parents.
(sjhlaw@konkuk.ac.kr)

5Comparative Law Study for Enhancing Human Rights of Unregistered Migrant Children

저자 : Ok-ju Shin

발행기관 : 건국대학교 이주사회통합연구소 간행물 : Journal of Migration and Social Integration (JMSI) 5권 1호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 137-196 (60 pages)

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Under the Constitution, it can be said that unregistered immigrant children are granted the right to education, the right to health, and the right to live a human life, from the personal rights in Article 10 of the Constitution. However, immigrant children who are not registered are under very vulnerable legal protection because they become illegal residents who violate the Immigration Act.
It can be said that the amendment of Article 84 of the Immigration Act 2012 guarantees the learning and health rights of unregistered immigrant children to a certain extent, with the exception of exemption from public officials' obligation to notify in certain cases in schools and health areas. It is also important to be able to get medical care through a policy and to become a target for emergency medical treatment under the Emergency Medical Care Act. However, there is a limitation that the right to education or right to education for unregistered immigrant children is not consistently protected based on the relevant laws and is made at the governmental policy level.
The German government is giving generous treatment (Duldung) to certain categories of forced departures from Germany. Family unions are protected because people who have been treated with generous treatment, their partners, and minor children can stay together. In addition, after generous treatment holders have successfully completed academic and vocational education, and they are able to secure their livelihood and speak German through occupation, understand German law, society and life relations, and do not deny liberal democracy, under certain prerequisites, a policy that gives them permission to stay applies. In other words, if generous treatment holders are well integrated, and they are judged to be necessary for Germany, they can legally live in Germany. In addition, while staying under generous treatment, they are paying a level that satisfies the essential demands for human life. These foreign policies in Germany, and the provisions of the residence and supporting asylum-seeker laws, which support them, are, in terms of social, economic, political, and diplomatic terms, the policy judgment that it is necessary to accommodate certain categories of forced foreigners to stay in Germany. In other words, if foreigners who have been trained for a period of time without committing transgressions and who have been trained to become skilled technicians or become experts are well integrated into the German society so that they can earn a living on their own, it is more profitable to have them stay legally.
In Korea, humanitarian status permits must be expanded to certain unregistered foreigners under the current refugee law, and these should also be paid under the refugee law. Rather than focusing on the illegality of staying, it is necessary to shift Foreigner Policy from the perspective of foreigners who need them to actively integrate foreigners.
(lahnmr@jbnu.ac.kr)

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In this paper, we compared the process of changing multicultural policy and law cases in the West and the historical process of multicultural policy in Korea to draw implications and review the contents of the current representative multicultural related laws to comment on the limitations and amendment directions. In the case of the West, which has experienced a multicultural society ahead of us, the policy has been developed in a direction that focuses on social integration programs that recognize and coexist with a small number of cultures as they undergo several changes in multicultural policies. In recent years, when conflicts with other specific cultures have become visible, immigration policy and law application tend to be strengthened, and enforcement departments of multicultural policies are also becoming unified. On the other hand, even on the other hand, even if they are illegal residents, their children's right to learn and basic well-being are limited.
The social integration policy for immigrants is a policy that fosters immigrants who want to settle in Korea as a healthy member of society, so it must be comprehensively designed and strategically promoted at the national level. In this regard, the promotion of distributed social integration policies centered on individual ministries has limitations in terms of high cost and low efficiency, and is a barrier to developing and promoting active immigration policies for the future society.
In order to overcome these problems, this paper pointed out that it is necessary to raise the public's awareness of cultural diversity and social integration as well as rearrange the promotion system and support method.
(ethnoyoo@assembly.go.kr)

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