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지방자치단체의 생활안전(4대악) 역할 및 대응시스템 구축방안(A Study on the roles and responsive systems of Korean local authorities toward securing living safety: Focusing on 4 major social hazards)

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Title 지방자치단체의 생활안전(4대악) 역할 및 대응시스템 구축방안(A Study on the roles and responsive systems of Korean local authorities toward securing living safety: Focusing on 4 major social hazards)
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[서울]:한국지방행정연구원

Date 2013-12
Pages 156
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Government and Law < Public Safety
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Abstract

In recent years, there has been growing academic and public interest in the Saemaeul Movement. In particular, the Saemaeul Movement has been established as a national policy agenda of the Geun-Hye Park administration. While this may have resulted from changes in the political environment, the government also believes that the promotion of a second national movement similar to the Saemaeul Movement is required to address crime, corruption, and social conflict currently prevalent in Korea. The Saemaeul Movement began in 1970 under the leadership of President Jeong-Hee Park. More than anything, this movement was a practical "movement to live well," a movement based on diligence, self-help, and cooperation in overcoming absolute poverty. In general, this national movement has been assessed as a successful one. At the same time, the country is currently carrying out the Village Community Project, and most local governments are implementing related policies. (The rest omitted)