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공공부조의 가치기반과 제도적 반영(The philosophical basis of public assistance) : 국민기초생활보장제도 형성과정을 중심으로(With special emphasis on the evolution of National Basic Livelihood Security Law)

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Title 공공부조의 가치기반과 제도적 반영(The philosophical basis of public assistance)
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국민기초생활보장제도 형성과정을 중심으로(With special emphasis on the evolution of National Basic Livelihood Security Law)

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여유진; 이현주; 김미곤; 강신욱; 김계연

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2004-12
Series Title; No 연구 / 2004-11
Pages 214
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

The object of this study is to understand the philosophical basis of the National Basic Livelihood Security Law (NBLSL). To this end, we delved into how the public viewed poverty and public assistance in what socioeconomic and political context at the time of the evolution of NBLSL. Also, we analyzed value conflicts and choices within policy network. The environmental factors related to the formation of NBLSL include the increasing needs caused by the changing family structure and weakening family support, the growing unemployment and poverty resulted from the economic crisis, and changes in the changing public attitude towards poverty and state intervention. NBLSL was built amid rapid changes in the public consciousness of public assistance. The philosophical basis of NBLSL can be viewed as follows. First, in order to transfer more responsibility to individuals, the conventional Poor Law, which had seen only those who unable to work as the "deserving poor", was shifted to general public assistance. But as NBLSL has been increasingly strengthening its criteria for selecting beneficiaries, debates are being waged about ways to reduce the poverty created by the regulations concerning countable income. (The rest omitted)