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EAI·중앙일보 한미관계 여론조사, 3차

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Data Type
Survey data
ID Number
A1-2004-0018
Title
EAI·JoongAng Daily Survey on South Korea-US Relations, 3rd
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/11959
Series
Survey on South Korea-US Relations
Citation
Lee, Nae Young. EAI·JoongAng Daily Survey on South Korea-US Relations, 3rd [Dataset]. East Asia Institute[Producers]. Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA) [Distributors], 2007, A1-2004-0018, V 1.0, http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/11959
Principal Investigator(s)
Lee, Nae Young / East Asia Institute
Co-Investigator(s)
Kim, Byung-Kook / East Asia Institute
Kim, Sung-han / Korea National Diplomatic Academy
Kim, Il-Young / Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Sungkyunkwan University
Lee, Sook-Jong / The Sejong Institute
Producer(s)
East Asia Institute
Fundings
JoongAng Ilbo
Copyright
East Asia Institute
Depositor(s)
East Asia Institute
Date of Deposit
2007-01-19
Distributor(s)
Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA)
Date of Distribution
2007
Version
V 1.0
Date of Version
2017~~
Abstract

The「EAI-JoongAng Daily Survey on South Korea-US Relations」was conducted annually from 2002 to 2004 by the East Asia Institute and JoongAng Daily to examine the changes in Korean People’s attitudes towards America. At a time when cooperation is becoming more critical due to the North Korean Nuclear Crisis, externally the US is unilaterally pursuing the curtailment and relocation of US armed forces in Korea as part of the US’s defense conversion policy, and internally a sense of sovereignty is growing in pursuit of the conversion of the South Korea-US alliance into a partnership more befitting to Korea’s economic growth and development. This survey aims to provide preliminary data for the establishment of a constructive South Korea-US relationship by examining Korean people’s attitude towards politics and the US.

This data was collected through the third year survey. The questionnaire includes questions on evaluation of governance, SOFA, US armed forces in Korea, anti-American sentiments, the Bush administration’s North Korea policy, South Korea-US Summit strengthening.
Keywords
Korea-US relationsUnited States Forces KoreaUSFKInter-Korean relationsNorth Korea-South Korea relationsNorth Korean nuclear weaponsNorth KoreaDemocratic People's Republic of KoreaKorean reunificationReunification of Koreapolicy toward North Korea
Topics
Reunification/ International relations
Date of Collection
2004-02-01~2004-02-29
Countries
Korea
Geographic Coverage
South Korea including Jeju
Unit of Analysis
individual
Universe
persons aged 20 and over
Time Method
one time cross-sectional study
Data Collector(s)
Milward Brown Media Research
Mode of Data Collection
telephone interview
Sampling Procedure
multi-stage stratified sampling
Number of Cases
1,000 (valid)
Weighting
있음
Extent of Collection
Questionnaire(pdf) ; Codebook(pdf) ; Data(sav)
Language
Questionnaire-English ; Codebook-English ; Data-English
Availability Status
Public Use
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Related Documents-Questionnaire(English) eng_que_20040018.pdf Questionnaire (English) PDF 100.39 kB 다운로드
Related Documents-Codebook(English) eng_codebook_20040018.pdf Codebook (English) PDF 178.85 kB 다운로드
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