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KCI등재 학술저널

울리히 벡 위험사회에서의 민간경비 양상

한·일 경비업법 비교를 통한 자치경찰제 민경협력방안 연구

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Private security industry is still popular in Japan even though the country s crime rate has decreased consistently for nineteen years after 2002 to the point of about a quarter of the record of the year, which means the Japanese high levels of anxiety about their surroundings. This paper examines the general condition of Japanese private security based on Ulrich Beck s theory of risk society and illuminates the Japanese people s sense of crisis behind close civilian-police cooperation under the decentralized policing system. To this end, the characteristics and causes of growth of Japanese private security industry are studied, and the concepts of individualization and globalization are introduced in Ulrich Beck s risk society theory. In addition, the conditions of Japanese private security are analyzed in the light of Ulrich Beck s theory. As a result, it is argued that the concept of risk in Japanese private security is not a physical phenomenon, but rather an effect of high industrialization, which can be caused by individualization and mitigated or removed by globalization. This study is meaningful in drawing academic interest in this discussion of Japanese private security by emphasizing that this business performs a public function that reflects the collective sentiment of members of society in addition to just economic purposes.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 일본 민간경비의 특징과 성장 원인

Ⅲ. 울리히 벡 위험사회론의 개인화와 세계화

Ⅳ. 일본 민간경비의 위험과 울리히 벡의 위험사회

Ⅴ. 결론

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