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KCI등재 학술저널

Private Participation in Disaster Management Process: Comparison of Large Scale Disaster Cases between Korea and Japan

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In this study, the cases of Korea and Japan were compared to identify the problems of private participation in disaster management and improvement measures. Comparisons were made in terms of establishing and activities for Participatory network and activity, Organization and resource support, Knowledge information sharing and utilization, and Capacity building through education and training. According to the analysis, problems in Korea include the absence of private organizations to prepare for non-profit disasters, the lack of technology volunteers, the provision of relief supplies without considering the characteristics of consumers, and the lack of regional disaster response manuals. In Japan, problems such as overlapping aid management and lack of relief supplies for women and children have arisen. Improvement measures included establishing a continuous participation guarantee system, expanding participation in disaster management, establishing a relief goods management system, mandatory regional disaster guidance, and creating a private-led disaster training environment.

Introduction

Theoretical Background

Case Analysis

Analysis Results by Area

Improvement Measures and Conclusions

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