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Comparative study of ERASMUS and CAMPUS Asia plus programs [전자자료] : a proposal to strengthen Asian identity through CAMPUS Asia program

Comparative study of ERASMUS and CAMPUS Asia plus programs [전자자료] : a proposal to strengthen Asian identity through CAMPUS Asia program

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Comparative study of ERASMUS and CAMPUS Asia plus programs [전자자료] : a proposal to strengthen Asian identity through CAMPUS Asia program / Ha En Im
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Seoul :   Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University,   2023  
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Student Mobility Program, Regional identity, Asian identity, ERASMUS, Comparative study, In-depth interview, CAMPUS Asia Plus,,
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Abstract

This research examines the obstacles of Collective Action for the Mobility Program of University Students in Asia (CAMPUS Asia) Plus program in strengthening Asian identity. Strengthening of Asian identity is based on ERASMUS’ effect and the factors that have proven to be effective in forming the European identity. Asian identity formation requires both top-down and bottom-up approach. In top-down approach, the political, economic, and academic Asian integrations generate symbols and therefore strengthen the identity formation in the region. In bottom-up approach, frequent interactions among people allow them to share similar cultures and therefore strengthen Asian identity. However, this study finds that the continuous conflicts among countries, lack of an academically coordinating body, cultural differences, language barrier, and few activities hinder the formation of Asian identity in CAMPUS Asia Plus program. For improvement, courses that narrow the gap of understanding of each other, education about regional identity, and budget allocation are offered. This study sheds light on which direction CAMPUS Asia Plus program needs to be headed.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgment…………………………………………………………..………i
Abstract………………………………………………………………………..…..ii
Table of Contents…………………………………………………………………iii
Acronym & Abbreviations…………………………………………………...……v
List of Tables and Figures……………………….………………………………...vi
I. Introduction……………………………………………………………………...1
II. Literature Review……………………………………………………………….4
	1. Regional Identity……………………………………………………….4
	2. Student Mobility Program Strengthen Regional Identity……………….5
2.1 Student Mobility Program …………………………..……….5
2.2 European Case……………………………………………….7
		2.3 Asian Case……………………………………………………9
	3. Theoretical Framework……………………………………..………...11
III. Methodology…………………………………………………………………15
IV. Findings………………………………………………………………………17
	1. Top-down Approach Obstacles……………………………….………17
		1.1 Lack of political institutions…………………………….…..18
			1.1.1. Dokdo dispute………………………………..….19
			1.1.2. Comfort women issue…………………………...20
			1.1.3. THAAD dispute………………………………....24
			1.1.4. Yasukuni Shrine dispute………………………...25
		1.2 Lack of academically integrated coordinating body………..29
			1.2.1. ERASMUS’ operating system…………………..30
1.2.2. CAMPUS Asia Plus’s operating system…..…….32
1.2.3. Difficulties………………………………………33
	2. Bottom-up Approach Obstacles……………………………………….35
		2.1 Cultural Difference………………………………...……….36
		2.2. Language Barrier……………………….……………...…...38
		2.3 Few non-academic related Activities……………………….40
	3. Measures for Enhancement…………………………...……………....42
		3.1 Education…………………………………………………...42
		3.2 More Budget Allocation…………………………………….44
V. Conclusion………………………….…………...…………………………….45
Appendix I: Interview Questions………………………………………..………..48
Appendix II: List of CAMPUS Asia Plus Consortia……….……………………..49
Reference….……………………………………………………………………...52

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