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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 32(2); 2011 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2011;32(2): 53-70.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2011.32.2.53
아동 친화적인 도시에 대한 아동,청소년의 인식
홍승애 , 이재연
Children and Adolescents` Assessments of Child Friendly Cities
Seung Ae Hong , Jae Yeon Lee
Abstract
Child Friendly Cities (CFC) is a framework for action with the aim of implementing the UN CRC led by local government in an urban context. A number of surveys with 755 children and adolescents were conducted in order to assess the community`s child-friendliness level of Seoul. The results of this study were as follows:1) Comprehensive assessment of the city`s child-friendliness was overall seen to be negative. 2) In regards to the city`s child-friendliness, the assessments of Children were more positive than those of the adolescents. 3) Boys assessed the city`s child-friendliness more positively than girls. 4) The children and adolescents living in more wealthy communities assessed the city`s child-friendliness more positively than those living in poorer areas. This study suggested that a local action plan for the Child Friendly Cities must be implemented to fulfill the CFC standards.
Key Words: Child Friendly Cities, Child Friendly Communities, Children`s Rights, Urbanization
주요어: 아동 친화 도시, 아동 친화 지역사회, 아동 권리, 도시화
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