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Emergency management training in Korea : Combining and balancing supply- and demand-centered paradigms

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  • Emergency management training in Korea
  • Ha, Kyoo Man; Park, Sosoo; Yoon, Yi; Nam, Ki Hun; Oh, Hyeon Mun
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Title Emergency management training in Korea
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Combining and balancing supply- and demand-centered paradigms

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Ha, Kyoo Man; Park, Sosoo; Yoon, Yi; Nam, Ki Hun; Oh, Hyeon Mun

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Berlin, Germany:Springer Nature

Date 2015
Journal Title; Vol./Issue SpringerPlus:vol.4(no. 653)
Pages 8
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Health
Social Development < Education
Holding Springer Nature

Abstract

This article aims to encourage NEMA (or newly named as MPSS) to combine its supply-centered paradigm with a newly proposed “demand-centered paradigm” in the Korean field of emergency management training (EMT). Based on qualitative content analysis, this paper defined the current field of EMT to be a supply-centered paradigm via three components: locations, courses, and participants. This paradigm focuses on EMT provision as supplied and dictated by the national government. On the other hand, a demand-centered model is about looking into stakeholders’ actual needs for EMT. In this regard, alternatives with reference to the demand-centered paradigm via the same three components were discussed and considered. (The rest omitted)