① Sociology of Sense of Humor
Humor is the spirit of sharing a particular world and enjoying variations in meaning. In times of crisis, humor can be an effective strategy for creating a shared ecosystem large and small based on humanism. The lecture examines the way and nature of humor, which are close to life and human relationships, and insights into the social and humanities aspects hidden in it. Through this, we recognize the value of humor, a language that embraces diversity and suggests healthy humor as a spirit of the times.
Chanho Kim (Professor of Liberal Arts, SKHU)
Chanho Kim teaches at Sungkonghoe University Graduate School of Education. He majored in sociology in his undergraduate and graduate school, and received his PhD thesis on urban planning and community participation in Japan. The university lectures on cultural anthropology, sociology, and pedagogy, and speeches and writing on various topics outside the university. He wrote many books such as Logic to View Society, Discovery of Culture, Imagination of Education, Discovery of Life, Humanities of Money, Despair, and Humanism.