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수록범위 : 1권1호(2017)~6권1호(2022) |수록논문 수 : 73
Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA)
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저자 : Noboru Hayashi

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 1-21 (21 pages)

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A gateway is a central location where people and cargo gather for the purpose of long-distance transport. Covering a wide variety of transportation methods, these gateways include ports, railway stations, and airports, which are essential for social and economic development. In the Nagoya region, which is the third largest metropolitan region in Japan, Nagoya Station was born when a major national railway was built after the Meiji Restoration. Thus, an indispensable gateway for the development of a modern city was born. About 20 years later, the Port of Nagoya was completed. Ports that handle the inflow and outflow of a wide range of goods supported the industrial development in the hinterland. In addition, the international airport began to function after World War II. These gateways are working to connect the Nagoya region with other parts of the country and the world. Furthermore, in order to respond to globalization, a new airport was opened at sea in 2005, further strengthening the ties between the Nagoya region and overseas. These three gateways play a role in supporting transportation in the Nagoya metropolitan region over a wide area. In order for this region to develop further, the capacity of the gateways must be enhanced. By examining the historical process of gateway development, we can gain a deeper understanding of how cities and transportation have evolved.

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저자 : Timothy Beatley

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 23-42 (20 pages)

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Blue Urbanism represents a new way of seeing and understanding cities on the blue planet. Coastal cities (especially) must more fully embrace the marine world and can do many things to connect their residents to the wondrous marine world nearby. This article explores a number of innovative ideas for doing this, and for advancing this new vision of urbanism. From designing new parks that provide direct physical access to water, to creative ways to use digital and camera technologies to project marine life into the human spaces of a city there will many ways a city can cultivate a sense of marine awareness and caring. An important set of ideas has to do with the need to adjust our maps to better reflect and depict the remarkable marine life around us, and so to adjust our perception of the city and nature in the city to include the marine world. There are also things that cities can do for more distant nature, lending political and financial support for the expansion of globally of marine protected areas, and through ideas like establishing Ocean Sister Cities, that will build awareness and emotional connections to marine habitats and organisms in more distant places.

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저자 : Bingxian Chen , Yan Tan

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 43-66 (24 pages)

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This work aims to give new insight into the nonlinear correlation between unemployment, institutional quality, and poverty in the Philippines. To this end, we analyze data from 2001 to 2019 using a nonlinear Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model. The results provide insight that poverty moves asymmetrically due to positive or negative shocks in unemployment and institutional quality. Moreover, the results reveal that applying linear models in poverty modeling may be misleading. The findings of the study imply that policymakers should consider the nonlinear behavior of poverty for more efficient policymaking.

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저자 : Yeon Joon Kim

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 67-84 (18 pages)

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South Korea has a metropolitan area where, like major cities worldwide, the population is dense as a result of employment opportunities. To prevent economic centralization, the government has implemented policies to relocate public institutions to provincial areas, completing its basic plan for innovation cities in 2003. This case study uses the Granger causality analysis, the impulse response function, and the variance decomposition method to investigate the relations among economic growth, employment, population inflow, and tax revenue for the period 1989-2018 in Chungbuk Innovation City, South Korea. Besides evidence of Granger causality among the variables, we also find that the impulse response function and variance decomposition results produce meaningful outcomes. This indicates that Chungbuk Innovation City must increase its competitiveness through population expansion measures and by promoting the development of related industries. In a sluggish economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government needs to actively promote relocation policies.

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저자 : Tate Agape Bawana , Risma Ayu Kinanti , Safarinda Imani , Moh Arifin

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 85-105 (21 pages)

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Sukuk is an alternative financial instrument for investing in the form of bonds. Compared with conventional bonds, Sukuk offers investors an asset distribution model and a fair return of profit and risk-sharing. Sukuk also prohibits the imposition of interest rates. The development of Sukuk in the East Asia region has shown a positive trend because of its profitable principle for medium- to long-term investment in supporting economic development and stability. South Korea and Taiwan are countries that are relatively new in developing Sukuk compared with China, Hong Kong, and Japan. This research aims to understand the development of Sukuk in these two countries from a political economy perspective. This research employs a qualitative method and compares how South Korea and Taiwan implement their policies in developing Sukuk using an approach from three aspects: political leadership, world economic order, and cultural factors. The data to be used is sourced from secondary data from government documents, central banks, and financial authorities.

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저자 : Yongmin Kim , Koichi Sugimura , Sae Won Chung

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 107-127 (21 pages)

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This paper explores media articles addressing the most recent conflict between Japan and Korea focusing on the Korean court ruling on South Korean forced labor (called “wartime labor” by the Japanese). This study collected data from two major Korean and Japanese conservative and liberal newspapers and employed both quantitative (semantic networks) and qualitative (framings) analyses. The overall results of quantitative approaches showed that Korean newspapers are more inclined to cover conflictual relations between Korea and Japan. Japanese newspapers, in contrast, responded indifferently to this issue. Qualitative results showed that the South Korean media is inclined to judge Japan as an assailant that disregards moral duties. To overcome this conflict, the two countries should be more proactive in exerting efforts toward improving their relations in the future.

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저자 : Aejung Kim , Ibrahim Motaghi

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 129-154 (26 pages)

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In the wake of the latest nuclear accident of the Fukushima Nuclear Reactor in 2011, there have been rising safety concerns regarding nuclear energy, leading to the decline of nuclear power development in many developed countries around the globe. In response to negative public perceptions on nuclear power, South Korea also transformed its nuclear energy policy from progressive development to gradual termination, such as the nuclear phase-out policy in 2017. This phase-out policy runs in parallel with nuclear export policy including with the Middle East, which generates heterogeneity in nuclear energy policy. The nature of heterogeneity manifests two distinguishable elements: termination of domestic nuclear reactor generation, and proliferation of nuclear reactor production abroad. This research investigates the factors that affected the South Korea's nuclear export policy in the Middle East by using a techno-economic-socio-political interdisciplinary approach. The study also examines both opportunities (i.e., export-oriented economy structure and spillover effect to other regions) and challenges (i.e., international competition and nuclear proliferation issue) for South Korea in carrying out the nuclear export policy in the Middle East. Taking multiple factors such as politics, technology, and economy into account when considering nuclear energy policy, the success of South Korea's nuclear export policy in the Middle East is contingent on the balance of various factors, and an effort to offset the ineffectiveness associated with the heterogeneous nature driven by two distinct policies of “phase-out” and “export.”

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저자 : Nguyễn Văn Kim , Doãn Tùng Anh

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 155-173 (19 pages)

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Being considered a trading polity, Funan was known to have established relationships with major regional economic centers and nations. At its height, Funan controlled a variety of valuable resources and dominated the Southeast Asian maritime trade network, which included many trading ports, raw materials production centers, as well as the Isthmus of Kra, the principal link in the East-West trade route. In this, Indians, notably traders and craftsmen, did not only limit their presence to trading with Funan, but had also permanently settled in the Lower Mekong Delta. They were involved in political life, propagating religion, enriching culture, and producing commodities. Indians' contributions set the commodity standards for Funan's economy, affecting arts and the current of ideas in Funan, as well as other Southeast Asian states. Together with internal factors, these external factors influenced the transformation of Funan into a regional power.

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저자 : Ahmet Yiğitalp Tulga

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 175-192 (18 pages)

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The development of social media and Internet technologies has increased the speed of news, and people have gained immediate access to information on many issues. However, it has also affected terrorist organizations by changing their methods, strategies, and visions. With these new methods and strategies, today's terrorist organizations negatively affect the psychology of South Koreans and Japanese, who are not targets of global terrorism. Recent studies have shown that a significant proportion of Japanese and South Koreans are worried about terrorism despite their limited history of terrorism compared with the rest of the world. This research suggests that the fear of terrorism in these countries could be explained using the concept of soft terrorism. This study performed a quantitative analysis of the seventh wave of the World Values Survey using the ordinal logistic regression (OLR) method, finding that the fear of terrorism is attributed to active media sources such as the Internet for South Koreans and passive media sources such as social media for the Japanese.

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저자 : Tonny Dian Effendi

발행기관 : 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소 간행물 : Journal of Global and Area Studies(JGA) 6권 1호 발행 연도 : 2022 페이지 : pp. 193-219 (27 pages)

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The election is a domestic political event, but the campaign process is not limited by national territory. This study analyses fake news related to China during the campaign period of the 2019 Indonesian Presidential Election. The findings of this study show that China-related fake news was used to attack both presidential candidates, but the incumbent candidate experienced more fake news attacks in terms of number than his opponent. The content of the fake news focused on a few key issues: economic domination, foreign workers, intervention in domestic politics, infiltration of the election, and communism. Those issues also represent part of the Indonesian perception of China's economy, political sovereignty, and ideological threat. The China-related fake news during the presidential election covered both domestic and international relations. Domestically, it targeted voters to influence the election results, and internationally, it made use of information about the perception of Indonesia-China relations. Although the fake news focused on domestic politics, it has the potential to impact state-to-state relations.

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