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KCI등재 학술저널

미주이민자의 기부와 봉사

Giving and Volunteering among Korean Americans - The Impact of Acculturation -

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Recently, many scholars suggested coproduction as an alternative to traditional public service delivery by public agencies. Citizens’ participation in the provision of public services through volunteering and donation would be particularly an important part of coproduction. This study empirically examines the philanthropic behavior of Korean Americans, one of the major Asian American ethnic groups. Based on a large-scale Korean American Philanthropic Survey, we examine how acculturation influences philanthropic behavior among Korean Americans. Our empirical results confirm the importance of acculturation in relation to participation in philanthropy, although a detail effect of individual measures that constitute acculturation is much more complex with the forms of philanthropy (non-religious versus religious versus informal) and philanthropic areas(giving versus volunteering).

I. Introduction

Ⅱ. Background

Ⅲ. Acculturation and Philanthropic Behavior

Ⅳ. Data and Research Method

Ⅴ. Empirical Models and Variable Measures

Ⅵ. Empirical Findings

Ⅶ. Discussion

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