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국가 사회 정책으로서 통합적인 저출산 정책 추진 방안(Ways to implement the policy on low fertility as a national social policy)

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  • 국가 사회 정책으로서 통합적인 저출산 정책 추진 방안(Ways to implement the policy on low fertility as a national social policy)
  • 신윤정; 이지혜
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 국가 사회 정책으로서 통합적인 저출산 정책 추진 방안(Ways to implement the policy on low fertility as a national social policy)
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Author(Korean)

신윤정; 이지혜

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2012-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 47-2
ISBN 978-89-8187-978-5 93330
Pages 178
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Population
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

Current public policies for increasing fertility need to emphasize improvement of quality of life and social integration in order to guarantee sustainability in the aging society. In January 2012 child birth and child rearing were included as social risk in the law of social security in Korea. Faced with problems of low fertility and population aging in the future this study provides policy recommendation in terms of social integration and solidarity.
This study reviews French family policy in detail and provides policy implication. France conducts family policy in diverse areas. It includes not only family allowance but also tax system, pension, social services, health, and education. The family policy in France is recognized as "role of nation." It enhances redistribution of entire society and distributes morality and value of the nation. First, it recognizes "support for family" as social risk and guarantees for it in terms of social security. Second, in addition to the family policy entire social policy, such as housing, poverty, and self-support, aim to support family. Third, the target of family policy changed to entire families with children for vulnerable family such as families with many children, low-income families, and sole parent families. (The rest is ommitted)