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2016, Vol.40, No.

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    The Pedagogic Functions of Demonstrative Experiments in J. A. Zahm’s Sound and Music

    Ku Ja Hyon | 2016, 40() | pp.5~27 | number of Cited : 3
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    A professor of physics at Notre Dame University, John A. Zahm’s Sound and Music, which was published in 1892, is a textbook aimed at teaching musical acoustics to the public and the future musicians. The most prominent feature of the lecture course is the frequent and earnest utilization of demonstrative experiments. By employing Kenneth Burke's pentadic method, this paper reveals that the main motive of the adoption of a variety of demonstrative experiments in Zahm’s lecture course of musical acoustics is to pursue the fusional pedagogy of science and music. Thepaper illustrates what pedagogic functions his presentation of demonstrative experiments serves in the fusional pedagogy: On the scientific side, experiments provide the audience with the teaching of conceptual terms, the teaching and proof of scientific statements, the falsification of theories, the delivery of experimenting skills, the confirmation of hypotheses by analogy, and the approximate proof of quantitative laws And on the musical side, they simultaneously provide the audience with the practical knowledge for discriminating musical sounds as well as the theoretical knowledge of musical principles and the working principles of musical instruments. Therefore the textbook, which provides a exemplar for the fusional pedagogy of science and music, is a useful material for STEAM education.
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    Case Management Experience in Social Work Practice in Community Children's Center

    Mal-ok Choi | Park, eun-ju | 2016, 40() | pp.29~61 | number of Cited : 3
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    The purpose of this study was to know case management experience of social workers in the case management process in community children's center. Using focused group interview(FGI), thedepth interviews with five case managers had been carried out three times. Collected data was analyzed based on the interview and focus group research method by Corbin and Strauss (2008). This study found the case management is the motive power of the growth in the community children's center. The case management system would be changed for children and parents to encourage their positive changes. Through case management, social workers' perspectives were changed specifically, they have shed light on children as service users.
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    Observation of Chinese Port Environment Change

    Kim, Hyung-geun | Choi, Joon Hwan | 2016, 40() | pp.63~82 | number of Cited : 0
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    Floating of China is an important issue for us, in that it can act as an opportunity, the possibility of future try to analyze the factors affecting the increase in the Chinese port logistics quantity growth and we went our basic research for the corresponding measures derived. First, harbor pier to the increase of the port cargo handling volume, positive(+), but was expected to show a relationship, did not show a special change in the cargo handling volume. Second, the cargo handling volume ispopulation, average income, the hypothesis that acts as an important influence factor to show the relationship between the fiscal revenue of the region and the positive(+) is a significant use in empirical analysis it was possible to know that. Third, the increase in cargo handling volume corresponding to the industry percentage was found to be partially significant. Especially in the case of Qingdao Port, shows the significance level in a 5% could be mentioned as an important factor.
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    A Study on the Definition of Case Management

    Hyun Soo Gweon | 2016, 40() | pp.83~109 | number of Cited : 1
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    The fundamental cause of much of the confusion in case management practice is its lack of definition. This study analyzes the presentation of the case management concept in the literature and its definition in order to identify the issues related to these definitions. In analyzing the literature relating to the case management concept since the 1980s, I find that it has not been a regular focus. The study results show that the case management concept has not appeared regularly in the analysis of the related literature. Among the major issues of case management that do not appear regularly, the first concerns whether the term case management is valid or not. The second concerns whether more emphasis is placed on the supply of direct service or on that of indirect service, or whether it is desirable to integrate both services. Third, the relationship between case management and social work practice is analyzed. Further research is necessary on these concepts, case management and the related issues, with consideration for the domestic environment and the orientation of social work practice.
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    The Resources of Confucian’s Ethic and Global Ethic

    홍용희 | 2016, 40() | pp.111~129 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Confucian’s ethical conclusion and understanding of the social ethical practice enable them recognize human beings themselves in the light of an ethical views. When the Confucian defines people as moral protocol, it moralized the human nature as well. The Confucian considers human’s virtuous nature as the characteristics of human as human beings. That is to say, good is endowed by nature. A heart of sympathy, a sense of shame, a sense of politely declining and just appraisal of right and wrong. These kinds of innate good are the beginning of moral consciousness. The Confucian also points out that they are only the beginning and foundation of the good, but not completed. If they can always extend and develop, they will become the four cardinal virtues: humanity, justice, protocol and wisdom. The Confucian affirms that man shouldcontrol his desire by morality. This is the Confucian’s ideal personality. It is also the certain reflection on the relationship of the human nature and social morality. The Confucian considers the most ideal personality is a sage, and then a man of moral integrity. In this paper, I have studied on the resources of Confucian’s ethic and global ethic.
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    The national education and shut-down school of changshin school during the Japanese colonial period

    Seungan Song | 2016, 40() | pp.131~162 | number of Cited : 3
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    This paper was writing expressed regarding the foundation, national education and shut-down school of changshin school during the Japanese colonial period. The changshin school was a representative of modern education institution of Masan region starting from the house seminary reading at Masan Port Church(the door window Church) on 5.17, 1906 and receiving formal accreditation of the Korean Empire on 8.19, 1909. Arounding Masan Port Church(the door window Church), A region person, Australia father, Lee seung Kyu, Lee sang so and Son Dek Wooand took lead to establish schools.The changshin school was built to take effect the nation education. It was confirmed by educational activity of Lee Yoon Jae, Kim Yoon-Kyung teachers etc, including founder Lee Seung-Kyu, Ann Hak and guessed also though the resistance to Japan coming from the changshin school. But, The national education of changshin school was controled by Japanese with private schools enforcement ordinance and rules revision of private schools. Japanese did not teach he Bible, geography, history the subjects and demanded on the excessive reinforcement of educational Facilities. In addition, the Japanese was forced to worship about Eastern ship, flag salute, recitation of the Rescript education as well as the shrine coming in 1930 and The changshin school become shut down school against forcing Shrine of the Japanese and giving school education. On 7.14, 1939, The Masan changshin school ultimately closed the door resisting colonial rule education of Japanese. The shut-down school of changshin school might look for its meaning in that the full realization of Japanese colonial education and the frustration of modern ethnic education in Masan region.
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    Contextualized Local Appropriation of English: Korean English Context

    Haesoon Park | 2016, 40() | pp.163~182 | number of Cited : 2
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    Local appropriation of English by highlighting English roles through critical perspectives is focused. Although an underlying relation between English and the local is ideological, English as a tool for communication is overly emphasized. Thus, to see realities beyond transparent relations between English and the local, the significance of looking into historical contexts of their relationship construction and dynamics of local people’s perception on ideologies of English is emphasized. As a result, Korean English context is the product of interplay between English as a global language, relations between English and world economic and political powers, and local appropriation of English based on local ideology in the processes of globalization. As for 108 Korean English users’ perception of English researched using a qualitative data analysis based on data collected through interviews and essay writings, English not only affects people’s hegemonic relations but also produces conflicts between individuals and within an individual.