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Analysis on Political Distrust of Governmental Agencies

정부기관의 정치 불신에 관한 실태분석

  • Kim, Yong-Chul (Dept. of Public Administration, Pusan National University)
  • Received : 2015.07.11
  • Accepted : 2015.09.20
  • Published : 2015.09.28

Abstract

This study shows what the political distrust of three nations was preserved among US, Japan, and South Korea in 2008. According to the World Value Survey research, the political distrust of three nations was reached over 70% when on the basis of national people's consciousness in 2008. Especially in the case of South Korea, the percentage of extreme distrust was the highest compared to the other countries. The reason why South Korea could not manage the nation people's political voice to the government and National Assembly. So consequently political complaining behavior channel should be erected more in the political mechanism. And Korean political parties could not manage the social development and national consolidation. Moreover, attacted the negative effects to society. Political distrust is the worst obstacle in democracy that it will be needed the national consensus to amend it.

Keywords

Fusion-Complex;Political Distrust;Political Service;Parliamentary Action;Client Satisfaction

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