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2021, Vol.64, No.1

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    Study on Promotion of Cultural ODA of Asia Culture Center from the Perspective of Hub City of Asian Culture Project - Focused on Experience and Achievements from Myanmar ODA -

    Jeon Bong Su | 2021, 64(1) | pp.5~52 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Hub city of Asian Culture Project is the largest national project in the cultural field of Korea, which started in 2004 and aims to achieve balanced national development by establishing Gwangju as the center of Asian culture. Recently implemented national policies make it possible for the ODA project of Asia Culture Center through the amendment of the Special Act on the Creation of Asian Cultural Center in 2015, enabling the Asia Culture Center to become the implementing organization of the ODA project. Under the policy framework, the Asian Culture Center implemented the ODA project to strengthen cultural capacity in cooperation with the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture of Myanmar to support them for three years starting from 2018 to 2020. The detailed tasks of this ODA project are the following: the establishment of a digitalized cultural resource management system for the integrated management of Myanmar's cultural resources scattered throughout the country, the development of the Myanmar Cultural Development Master Plan for national integration and sustainable national development, and capacity-building of officials from the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture of Myanmar. It consists of operating educational and training programs for sustainable reinforcement. This study focuses on the experiences and achievements of the cultural ODA project from the perspective of Asia Culture Center fulfilling as the Hub city of Asian Culture Project and to improve the direction of the ACC-type cultural ODA projects. The main programs of the Asia Culture Center, which consists of Asian culture research, archive construction, international exchange cooperation programs, cultural resource-based cultural contents and cultural product development projects, were reviewed and the possibility of developing ODA projects in connection with them was considered. For the successful establishment of the Hub city of Asian Culture Project, the possibility of cooperation in cultural ODA projects with local cultural and arts institutions as well as universities were also examined.
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    Narcissism and Anger: the Moderating Role of Social Exclusion and the Mediating Role of Hostile Attribution Bias Mechanism

    Chanki Moon | LEE SERA | 2021, 64(1) | pp.53~72 | number of Cited : 0
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    The present research (N = 169) examined the relationship between narcissism and anger response considering the moderating role of social exclusion and the mediating role of hostile attribution bias. For this, social exclusion scenario and inclusion scenario were used, and a total 183 participants were recruited form the U.K using an online platform(Qualtircis). Fourteen responders were excluded for failing the attention check question and the remaining sample of 169 participants. results demonstrated that participants with high narcissism reported a greater level of anger when socially excluded, yet not when socially accepted. Furthermore, we observed the indirect (mediation) effect that the greater level of anger was affected by higher narcissism via higher level of hostile attribution bias in both social exclusion and inclusion conditions, but the indirect effect was stronger in the condition of social exclusion than in the condition of social inclusion. Thus, the strong direct and indirect relationship between narcissism and anger can be found in social exclusion, while the weaker but significant indirect relationship between narcissism and anger via hostile attribution can be also observed in social inclusion. We discuss the implications of the findings and future research directions.
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    Frame as cluster: : An international comparative study of framing nanotechnology

    Sehwan Kim | 2021, 64(1) | pp.73~96 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study analyzed news coverage of nanotechnology in South Korea, Germany, Austria, and Japan between 2001 and 2015. It adopted a new approach using frame elements to identify frames and examined the methodological efficiency of the news approach. To identify the frames, this study executed two-step cluster analysis comprising a combination of hierarchical clustering and k-means clustering. First, six frames as clusters were identified as follows: overview of nanotechnology, policy, economic benefits, environmental risks, research and development, and health risks. Second, it was found that positive descriptions of nanotechnology were overwhelmingly more frequent than negative descriptions were. Third, there were obvious differences among countries even though they showed similar media frame patterns. Fourth, the more research and development increased over time, the more economic benefits decreased. By clustering frame elements, this study overcame the methodological limitation of frame studies. The study also contributes to the literature comparing media content between cultures and science communication studies."
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    A study on the Numeration - A focus on functional categories -

    Kim, Myoung Kwang | 2021, 64(1) | pp.97~120 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper clarifies the functions and roles of the Numeration assumed in Minimalism and what categories are included in the elements of the Numeration. A numeration is a set of LIs’ as an array at worktable for CHL in which only those necessary for the operation of syntax to derive a correct structure are selected. It participates in CHL sometimes with an integration of features, sometimes with separated features. This operation is ultimately intended to act as a suitable interpretation that converges in the PF and LF. An element of (N) consists of a pair of (LI, i) in which LI refers to a lexeme and i refers to the index of how many times the LI is used to participate in CHL. The process of operation generating a syntactic object at each level of CHL will not stop until the index becomes zero. The (N) provides the LIs’ for a deriving structure determining the reference set, and the cause of the features’ check. This paper explained it with some examples of Korean that the (N) also worked as a criterion for determining which was the correct or not among competitive derivations. This set of (N) is used as materials for the minimal computation of derivation and prepares the basis for a very limited basic operation in the external and internal movements of the syntax. Examples The operation of the (N) include Select, Merge, Move, and Agree. Next, it was argued that the functional category should be arrayed in a separate space called discourse numeration((DN)) because it serves as a discourse-level information structure rather than as the (N) for syntactic CHL. For example, in Korean, the functional categories ‘Top, Foc’ in the information structure level such as ‘topic’ and ‘focus’ should be checked at the information structure level. These categories correspond to the phases of “discourse model, situational knowledge, encyclopedia knowledge, etc.” This can be seen as similar to the (N), which is the space of an operating system for the working LIs’ selected from the lexicon before a syntactic object enters the computational process. Since functional categories, such as C, T, and I, have a check relationship in a phase beyond the sentence dimension, the possibility of expanding these functional categories to elements of the discourse selection set was also carefully presented. With this assumption, the discourse selection set should be constructed before (N) is constructed. Functional categories such as C, T, and I have a checking chain in the phase beyond the syntactic level. Therefore, it was suggested that these functional categories should also be incorporated as elements of the (DN). With this assumption, the (DN) must exist independently before the (N) is constructed.
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    A Modern Review of the Audit System in the Chosun Dynasty - Focusing on the Audit Systemic Implications of Sambong’s Dae¬gan Yang¬sa System -

    Lee Jong Soo | Jeon Gwang Sup | 2021, 64(1) | pp.121~166 | number of Cited : 0
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    The article is organized as follows. The first clarifies research questions, the purpose of study and methodology about audit systemic implications of Sambong’s Dae­gan yang­sa system in Chosun dynasty. The second deals with methods of study, literature review, previous research and theoretical background of research on audit systemic implications of Sambong’s Dae­gan yang­sa system in Chosun dynasty. The analytical variables of a characteristic of legal thoughts of Sambong in Chosun dynasty are ganjeng, tanhek, sijung, seokyung, so forth. The third section presents analysis variables about case studies of legal minds and audit systemic implications of Sambong’s Dae­gan yang­sa system in Chosun dynasty. For example, those are Dae­gan Yang­sa, Sahunbu, Saganwon, modern implication, so forth. The forth section suggests research effect & limitations of audit systemic implications of Sambong’s Dae­gan yang­sa system in Chosun dynasty. The last section concluded. There were some suggestion & expectation effect of the audit systemic implications of Sambong’s Dae­gan yang­sa system in Chosun dynasty. In Korea, the core of reform are mutual control among Board of Audit and Inspection, Corruption Investigation Agency, Prosecution Service, Police, so forth.