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アジアパシフィック地域における社会的公正:概念化と現実

Social Equity in the Asia-Pacific Region : Conceptualizations and Realities . 1st ed. 2019

Johansen, Morgen (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2019/05
XV, 257 p. 1 illus.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783030159184
eISBN: 9783030159191
KNPID: EY00347924
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Full Description

This book examines the concept and public service value of social equity in public administration research and practice outside of the Western context, considering the influence that historical, cultural, and social trends of Asian and Pacific societies may have on how social equity is conceptualized and realized in the Asia-Pacific region. The book presents the results of an effort by a group of scholars from seven countries (Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, The Philippines, and Singapore), one American State (the Hawaiian Islands), and the Pacific Islands to discover what social equity means in their respective contexts. It concludes by synthesizing and analyzing the chapter authors’ findings to advance a more global conceptualization of social equity.



Table of Contents

 

CONTENTS

1.      Introduction: In Search of a More Global Definition of Social Equity

Morgen Johansen

 

2.      Understanding Social Equity in Public Administration

Morgen Johansen

 

3.      Characteristics and Cultures in the Asia-Pacific Region

Morgen Johansen

 

4.      Ho’oponopono and the Kānaka Maoli: The Elusive Quest for Social Equity in the Hawaiian Islands

Jennifer A. Kagan and John C. Ronquillo

 

5.      Social (In)equity in Australia?

Yvonne Haigh and Kim Moloney

 

6.      Social Equity in the Pacific Islands

Graham Hassall

 

7.      “Two Chinas”: Social Equity, Social Policies and the Urban-Rural Divide in China

Hui Zhou and Ling Zhu

 

8.      A Hong Kong Way of Social Equity

Sara Jordan

 

9.      Social Equity in Japan

Kohei Suzuki

 

10.  Social Equity and Public Sector Employment in the Republic of Korea

Soonhee Kim

 

11.  Social Equity in the Philippines: A Continuing-But Elusive-Promise

Alex B. Brillantes, Jr., Maria Victoria R. Raquiza, and Maria Pilar M. Lorenzo

 

12.  Social Equity in Singapore

Mathew Mathews and Leonard Lim

 

13.  Towards a More Global Understanding of Social Equity

Morgen Johansen