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[국제워크숍] The Challenge of Risk Society and the Future of East Asia Searching for Participatory Risk Governance(위험사회의 도전과 동아시아의 참여적 위험 거버넌스 모색)

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2015.03.16
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국제워크숍_The Challenge of Risk Society and the Future of East Asia Searching for Participatory Risk Governance(위험사회의 도전과 동아시아의 참여적 위험 거버넌스 모색)

일 시 : 2015년 3월 16일 (월)  오전 9시
장 소 : 서울연구원 중회의실
주 관 : 서울연구원, 중민사회연구재단, EARN(Europe-Asia Research Network)
후 원 : 한국사회학회, 한국이론사회학회
협 력 : ERC<Cosmo-Climate> Project, <LIBEAU> EU Project, 서울대 사회발전연구소
 
 

 

Session1.
Bringing Ulrich Beck under
Empirical Test
1. Young-Hee Shim (Hanyang University, Korea)
“Emancipatory Catastrophism and Cosmopolitan Solidarity in East Asia”
2. Sang-Jin Han (Seoul National University, Korea)
“Who are Cosmopolitan Actors in East Asia?
A Look at the Fukushima Disaster and the Issue of Nuclear Power Plant”

Session2.
The Future of East Asia in the
Context of Global Risks
1. Daniel Bell (Tsinghua University, China)
“Confucianism and Political Meritocracy: Implications for Democracy in China”
2. Gilles Campagnolo (CNRS-Aix Marseilles School of Economics, Aix-Marseilles University,
France)
“Individuals in the face of risk: 'playing' risks to overcome disasters"

 

Session3.
Seoul City in Comparative
Perspective
1. Anders Blok (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
“Seoul City from the perspective of climate risk politics and greening world cities”
2. Sang-Young Shin (The Seoul Institute, Korea)
“Urban Risk and Policy Agenda for Safe City: The Case of Metropolitan Seoul”

Session4.
Participatory Risk Governance
and its Possible Indicators
1. Sang-Jin Han (Seoul National University, Korea)
“Introductory Note: What do we mean by Participatory Risk Governance?”
2. Dukjin Chang (Seoul National University, Korea)
“Disaster Mapping and SNS”
3. Sabine Selchow (London School of Economics and Political Science, England)
Participatory Risk Governance in a Cosmopolitized World: What is It and how might it look?
4. Zheng Lu (Tsinghua University, China)
“From the Chinese Experience of Social Governance”
5. Sue-Bock Moon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea)
“Crowdsourcing as a Key Enabling