원전 주변 지역 주민들의 위험 인식과 대응: 영광원전 주변 지역 사례를 중심으로
Risk Perception and Responsive Strategies in the Neighborhood nearby Nuclear Power Plant Focused on the Cases of Yeonggwang, South Korea
This study aims to increase understanding of how residents located near nuclear power plants perceive the risks associated with them, and on the community acceptability of such risks. Specifically, the study explored residents' relationship with nuclear risks by analyzing their autographical stories. I selected Yeonggwang area to study and conducted in-depth interviews with residents living within two kilometers from the reactors. In this study, I placed issues of nuclear power plants in the local context. This was no simple task, since the political, economic, social, and cultural context of their community affects residents' risk perceptions and acceptability of nuclear power plants. The the risk perceptions of residents are complex, and derive from both their experiences and the surrounding conditions. And the risks associated with nuclear power plants depend on local conditions and communities, and residents may respond to them in different ways. Residents do not simply categorize themselves either as victims exposed to risks or as supporters of nuclear power plants. Rather, they measure and evaluate both aspects, and might act as either supports or victims in different situations. Thus, relationships between residents and nuclear power plants are not fixed, but formed through residents' evaluations and perceptions of the plants within their local contexts.
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