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Selective versus comprehensive emergency management in Korea

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  • Selective versus comprehensive emergency management in Korea
  • Ha, Kyoo-Man; Oh, Hyeon-Mun
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Title Selective versus comprehensive emergency management in Korea
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Material Type Articles
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Ha, Kyoo-Man; Oh, Hyeon-Mun

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Berlin, Germany : Springer Nature

Date 2014-10
Journal Title; Vol./Issue SpringerPlus:vol.3(no. 602)
Pages 9
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Health
Holding Springer Nature
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Abstract

In spite of Korean governments’ efforts, many emergency management practitioners wonder whether what is actually being practiced is selective or comprehensive management. Using a qualitative content analysis and experiences in practice, the article analyzes the barriers to selective emergency management and the paths to comprehensive emergency management via the same three management elements: stakeholders, phases of the emergency management lifecycle, and hazards and impacts. Four analytical levels are considered: central government level, industry level, community level, and household level. Korea, despite its self-praise, has to transform its selective emergency management into comprehensive emergency management in time.