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Korea's experience on human resources role in the community development

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Frame of Image mmittee 4. The Mental Reform and Human Resources in Korean Community Development 4.1 Success of Rural Community Movement and Now 4.2 Development of Human Resources and Mental Reform 4.3 Lessons of Korea’s New Community Movement and New Saemaul Undong 5. Concluding remarks
Prepared for the International Scientific Conference on “Human Capital in Kazakhstan: Status and Growth Prospects”, on February 22, 2013 in Astana, Kazakhstan.
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Dr. S.M. Hong is president, Research Institute of the East-West Economy & Society.
1. Introduction
Community development movement in Korea is a great success to transform a poor country into a modern industrialized country in a short period of time. The success of this movement originated from the spirit of we can do, homogeneous culture, cooperative communities, egalitarian society with land reform and government's strong will to escape from the poverty. One of the backgrounds of successful industrialization relies on new community movement. It was caused by the mental reform and influenced the change of rural community. New community movement was famous for Saemaul Undong (SMU) or New Village Movement and was the cornerstone of Korean modernization. 'Mental reform' played a decisive role in Korean modernization. Korea with insufficient resources and capital accumulation had good human resources. The modernization also owed the role of human resources to youth leaders in community development. The mental reform of rural community in the stage o


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Title Korea's experience on human resources role in the community development
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Hong, Seong Min

Publisher

Astana:RIES

Date 2013
Pages 16
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Government and Law < Public Administration