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A Study on the Various Factors of Liberation of Baekjeong identity by the Present of Multicultural Phenomenon in Korea
우리나라 다문화 현상의 효시로 본 백정신분 해방운동의 복합적 요인에 대한 연구
- Sul, Gee-Hwan (Ik Investment Ltd.) ;
- Park, Kyung-Ran (Dept. of Educational sociology, Dankook University) ;
- Park, Myung-Hea (Dept. of Society & Welfare, Chungwoon University) ;
- Ryu, Seuk-Ho (Dept. of Game Design, Kongju National University)
- Received : 2017.12.12
- Accepted : 2018.02.20
- Published : 2018.02.28
There is a general consensus that Baekjeing means Butcher after the Joseon Dynasty. In the Goryeo Dynasty, the title of "Baekjeong" was named as a general farmer's name, "Hwacheok" and "Jaecheok" from the north, but it changed its name to Shin Baekjeong by nationalization policy in the early Joseon Dynasty. They were multicultural Ancestors who worked for jobs which people despised. The purpose of this study is to examine the background and trends of how these were stripped of their identity and to present a direction for deciding on the policy of multiculturalism which is the subject of our society today. Based on the researches of historical researchers, the study examines the multicultural dynamics of old period and observes the present phenomenon by interpreting the statistics of the related institutions of the government. We realized that the reason for the liberation of the Baekjeong has a various causes and its causes are similar to the phenomenon of today 's multicultural society, so that the depth research on each factor will be added to form a desirable policy base for multiculturalism in our country.
Supported by : Chungwoon University
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