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How can We Deal with Conscientious Objectors to Military Services? Focusing on Survey Research on Alternative Military Services in South Korea

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서울대학교 사회과학연구원
한국사회과학, Vol.30, pp. 3-43
This study examines what Korean professionals including national assemblymen,

lawyers, professors, religious and journalists think of enacting alternative military services

and what policies they would prefer concerning. The study chooses the sample by using

focus group sampling and collects data with a questionnaire survey of 1500 professionals.

554 respondents of the target sample replied to it by email, mail, fax or in person. Our

questions focuse on three themes, which are composed of professionals??general attitude

on the alternative military service, their evaluation of the 2007 proposal by Ministry of

National Defense, and their opinion on principles and management in new alternative

services. At first, we found that professionals almost agree with the application of

alternative military services to conscientious objectors (85%) even if they are a little bit

concerned about applicant??s rush and demoralizing of other soldiers. Second,

professionals seemed to extend the scope of conscientious objectors into advocates of antiwar

and peace even if they emphasize the longer period and hard place in military service.

Third, whereas national assemblymen are conservative, journalists are progressive

concerning the issue. We believe that the study contribute to going beyond previous legal

studies and providing concrete alternatives concerning the alternative military services.
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