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Social policy preferences in South Korea: individual and family-related perspectives

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East-Asia-specific institutional characteristics, especially family-related and cultural contexts, raise a question regarding the ‘political terrain’ in the region – whether a certain section of the population is clearly supportive of a particular social policy, while others are not. East Asian societies including Korea are characterised by the Confucian culture and experiences with developmental welfare states, both of which emphasise the role of family in welfare provision. From the pers...

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University of Oxford
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SSD
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Social Policy & Intervention
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Wolfson College
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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