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자료받아서, 번역시작했다. 역할분담 용이하게 하려고, 번역하는대로 올린다.

가장 긴 워드 파일이고, 기본적으로 이 소개글이다. megalian.com/data/240903


chapter1 끝냈고, 이제 chapter2 할테니까, 다른 번역갓치들은 그 이후부터 시작하면 될 것 같다.


내가 이과라, 워딩이 엉망일 수 있으니, 감수부탁한다.

특히 법 공부하는 갓치들 도와줘!


보도자료 아니라서, 간략하게 요약식으로 했고, 피드백 오는데로, revise 할 예정이니까,

최종본은 아직 아니다.


google doc을 쉐어하면 가장 좋겠지만, 갓치들 신상걱정도 되고, 괜히 분탕자지 들어오면 머리아프다.



  1. The Fact of Sexim an Sex crimes in Korea

    1. Introduction

      • After the Japanese colonial period, Korean war, and  the North-South split,  we have achieved rapid economic growth.

      • Looking at only the goal of fattening up the nation, human right was brutally suppressed, so was women’s right, even more.

      • After a democratic government got to power, more women went out.

      • After the crisis of 1997, with continuous economic aggravation and unemployment, men shift their angers at the frustrating society to women who are taking over their opportunities they believe.

      • Sexism and misogyny in Korea are now serious.

    2. Cases (as of November 2015)

      • Sexual Assault - every 20 min

      • Child Sexual Abuse

        • Average sentence of sexual abuse again child age under 13 is imprisonment for 3 years and 4 months.

        • Probation for 40 percent of cases

      • Prostitution

        • Even though it is illegal, 57.6 % or more of men have bought sex at least once.

        • Cervical Cancer occurs 4-5 times more in Korea than other OECD countries.

      • Hidden Cameras to film women

        • Hide cameras in public washrooms or women’s change rooms at water parks

        • Share videos on illegal porn site, called SoraNet

          • Presumed about a million users  

          • Soranet is the second most hidden search keyword of Google Korea.

      • Victims of violent crimes are mostly women (85 %)

      • Dating violence : two every week (murder)

      • Sexism

        • Gendercide : Abortion of girls are widely prevailed.

        • The most wage gaps between men and women among OECD countries,

        • The lowest glass-ceiling index among OECD countries.

        • The lowest birth-rate among OECD countries.

        • Parenting is not shared between men and women. The lowest parenting sharing among OECD countries.

        • The only country among OECD countries puts children up for adoption to other countries, because poor system for single mothers.

    3. Social Effect

      • Korean women live in insecurity that any crime can happen to any woman.

      • Limited opportunity of career building for women. (e.g. Women are often excluded from promotions.)

      • Korean women have 27 % lower wage than Korean men.

      • Women are expected to cut off their career with pregnant and parenting, because gender roles are still strongly pre-set. This is why the birth-rate is so low in Korea.

      • Men do not see the truth, instead insist this is now a female-dominated society only because they have to do military service.

      • There are lots of commercials and TV shows that adopt the men’s point of view. (e.g. belittle and humiliate women.)

      • This has affected to form misogyny among men and become a culture widely spread around specially online.






    







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