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Korean public toilet improvement experience and its implications

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1. Performance Measurement of Public Toilet Service 2. History of Public Toilet Improvement in South Korea
1. Performance Measurement of Public Toilet Service
Indicators for the Performance Measurement of the Public Toilet Service; 5A+1
¡ Penchansky and Thomas (1981) had suggested five distinctive indicators to assess public services such as medical care or institutional care. Each indicator represents availability, accessibility, affordability, accommodation and acceptability; since the initials of all indicators are A, they became known as 5A ¡ The added one is Environment
Indicators for the Performance Measurement of the Public Toilet Service; 5A+1
Availability
Annual Trend in the Number of Public Toilets (Unit: number, %)
Affordability
In South Korea, affordability is not an issue.
Accessibility
Public Toilets by locations in South Korea as of January 1, 2014
Accessibility
¡ At the big cities (for example, Seoul Metropolitan area) 1. Public toilets in subway stations 2. Open toilet
200m
Open Toilet
¡ Open toilets are private toilets to be opened to the public, for those in the crowded areas lacking public toilets. ¡ The main targets for open toilets are toilets
1) in public facilities like the local municipality offices, police stations, fire stations, subways and stations; 2) in busy crowded facilities like filling stations, department stores, hospitals and markets 3) in business or commercial buildings, fast-food restaurants and other res


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Title Korean public toilet improvement experience and its implications
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Choi, Seulki

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[Sejong, South Korea]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2017-02
Event

Korea Study Program of the Induction Training Program for IAS Officers(ATI-WB)

Pages 60
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pptx
Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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