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A perspective of cultural change in Korea and its effect on multicultural children

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  • Brannen, Francis; MacLellan, Debra
  • International Organization of Sicentific Research Journal


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Title A perspective of cultural change in Korea and its effect on multicultural children
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Brannen, Francis; MacLellan, Debra

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[India]:International Organization of Sicentific Research Journal

Date 2014-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science:vol. 19(no. 6)
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Population
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This paper is focusing on children in multicultural families. Some research has been conducted on migrants workers, their needs and evaluations, foreign brides, and mixed Koreans and the impact on these people, but little research has been conducted on the outcomes, needs, options, and effects of children of multicultural families here in Korea. Currently in Korea, there are over seven multicultural schools that enroll Amerasian Children; one Korean parent and one American parent, Damunhwa; one parent of Korean ethnicity and one parent of another country, and children of migrant workers. Our research was conducted in an Amerasian school in South Korea. The subject of education has been a sensitive topic both for ethnic Korean students and children of multicultural families. Multicultural children who attend Korean public schools often suffer from racial abuse, bullying, and exclusion. (The rest omitted)