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2019, Vol.4, No.1

  • 1.

    A Study on Seismic Protection Equipment for Fire Pipes Installed on Buildings

    Lim Geon-Tae | 임상호 | 2019, 4(1) | pp.1~9 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is a technology related to a seismic protection device for a fire pipe for installation in a building such as an apartment or a building. The fire pipe is fixed to the base panel by fastening bolts so as to flow left and right. The present invention relates to an earthquake-resistant apparatus for a fire-extinguishing piping, which is capable of minimizing damages caused by an earthquake in order to prevent damages and breakage of a fire-extinguishing pipe by mitigating earthquakes, vibrations, It is connected to an insert plate embedded in concrete or ceiling hanger bolts formed at regular intervals on the ceiling to keep the piping constant from the ceiling and to keep the horizontal condition of the piping always constant so that the piping relaxes or sags And to effectively prevent damage to the piping. The can get.
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    A Study on Seismic Restraint of Korean Type Building Gas Piping

    Lim Geon-Tae | Lim, Sang Ho | 2019, 4(1) | pp.11~20 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study relates to a fixing device for gas piping installed in a building such as an apartment or a building. The gas piping is fixed to the inside of the housing so as to buffer the gas piping in all directions, thereby relieving vibration caused by an earthquake or an impact, Disclosed is an earthquake-proof fixing device for a gas pipeline that can minimize damages caused by damage to an earthquake and a gas pipeline by preventing damage and breakage. An apparatus for fixing a gas pipe to a bracket provided on a wall or a wall of a building, the apparatus comprising: a housing coupled to a wall or a bracket and coupled to the inside of the housing; a gas pipe penetrating through the housing to fix the gas pipe; The first plate spring includes a first plate spring formed with a plurality of concave-convex portions that are elastically supported in four directions. The first plate spring is screwed to the front surface or the rear surface of the housing. The lower plate is coupled to one end and the other end, And a pair of first adjusting screws for adjusting the elastic force of the spring. Through this study, damage and damage of gas piping due to earthquake or impact can be minimized.
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    A Study on the Cleaning Device of Bidet Washer

    Lim, Yeon Jeong | Lim, Sang Ho | 2019, 4(1) | pp.21~27 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is about the bidet which is used to clean the anal and local parts after the user seated on the left side of the toilet in the toilet. The cleaner of the bidet which is contaminated from various bacteria and dirt is washed clean with clean water to keep it clean The present invention relates to a cleaning device for a bidet cleaner that hygienically maintains a bidet used by a plurality of users. As a result of developing and studying a bidet nozzle that can be implemented with a bidet nozzle and a washing nozzle for automatically washing the jetting head of the bidet and the jetting head, the optimum jetting time of the nozzle after the hydraulic jetting is 1 second To 10 seconds, it was confirmed that the nozzle cleanliness of an average of 5 seconds was maintained at 100%. Subsequent studies will require further study of the durability of the product and the cleaning safety at a pressure of 5 kg / mm². Toilet bidet is a product that is closely related to the safety and life of the people, but the development of various technologies is still insufficient. Therefore, it is meaningful that this study contributed to the quality of life of the people by continuously researching and developing the bidet.
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    A Study on Social welfare relevance Appearing in Freud’s psychoanalytic theory

    Yang, Chol Soo | 2019, 4(1) | pp.29~43 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is to discusses the relevance of social welfare in Freud’s psychoanalytic theory. The results of the study are as follows. First, psychoanalytic theory details the client’s family history and personal history to help them identify the characteristics of the problem they have today. At this time, social workers actively listen to clients and try to get various information.Second, when used in psychoanalytic techniques, the resistance of the client can be interpreted and analyzed to help the client maintain friendly relationships with the client.Third, psychoanalytic theory can properly apply the client’s current state of mind by understanding the potential conflicts or emotions that exist in the client’s unconscious mind. Fourth, during the process of intervention, social workers need to deal well with the client’s transition response. This process allows social workers to observe the effect of reducing the stimuli that can cause nervousness in clients.In conclusion, all the techniques of interpretation used in psychoanalytic theory are, after all, techniques that help social workers improve clients’ insight into their problems and help clients solve their psychological problems themselves. The psychoanalytic theory is widely applied in social welfare.
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    A Study on the Competence of Consultants Affecting Management Performance-Moderating Effect of Managerial Characteristics-

    Moon-jun, Kim | Jo, Nam Ho | 2019, 4(1) | pp.45~55 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of common competency, managerial competency, and job competency, which are perceived management consultants’ competencies, on organizational performance and management characteristics of these managers. The hypothesis 2 shows that the influence of the management consultant capacity and the management performance on the Hypothesis 1 and the moderating effect of the hypothesis 2 management characteristics are as follows. First, common competence, management competence, and job competence, which are H1 management consultant capacities, have been shown to have a positive (+) influence on financial performance and non - financial performance. Second, the characteristics of manager in H2 were partially shown by the common competence between management consultant capacity and management performance. Therefore, in order to establish a corporate sustainability management system and implement it strategically, a consulting firm should select a consultant with excellent management consultant capability and execute management consulting. In addition, management consultants were required to have diverse learning, experience and management plans to improve their qualitative performance. Despite the fact that managerial characteristics represent partial regulatory roles, they actively play a central role in the survival and development of corporations, requiring active publicity so that the organizational characteristics of managers can be understood.
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    Life long learning system crate major impact on dominant organizations in the world

    Mehta Jaydip Chandrakant | 2019, 4(1) | pp.57~66 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The extant research literature is scant in telling us how organizations actually implement lifelong learning practices and policies. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to describe how lifelong learning is grounded in practice. We do this by introducing a new conceptual framework that was developed on the basis of interviews with a number of leading edge corporations from Canada, the USA, India and Korea. At the heart of our model, and any effective lifelong learning system, is a performance management system. The performance management system allows for an ongoing interaction between managers and employees whereby challenging performance and learning goals are set, and concrete plans are made to achieve them. Those plans involve three types of learning activities. First, employees may be encouraged to engage in formal learning. This could be provided in-house, or the employee may take a leave of absence and return to school. Second, managers may deploy their subordinates to different departments or teams, so that they can take part in new work-based learning opportunities. Finally, employees may be encouraged to learn on their own time. By this we mean learning after organizational hours through firm-sponsored 5 programs, such as e-learning courses. Fueled by the performance management system, we posit that these three learning outlets lead to effective lifelong learning in organizations.
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    A Study on Counseling Process and Counseling Techniques Applying Analytical Psychology

    박원진 | Kim, Bo ki | 2019, 4(1) | pp.67~78 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is to study Jung’s analytical psychology and to study counseling process and counseling techniques based on the counseling theory derived from it. Jung divides the counseling process into four stages based on analytical psychology. The first stage is confession, and the prototype of analysis therapy is confession. The first step in the treatment process is to share secrets and reveal suppressed emotions. The second stage is elucidation, a process that clarifies by shedding light on the contents induced by the transfer. The third stage is the level of education. Explanation makes my counselors intelligent, but leaves them still in an incompetent state. At this stage, treatment goes beyond insight to train as a responsible client. The fourth stage is transformation. In the transformation phase with inner counselors, not only the debaters, but also the therapist is in the “in-analysis.” Jung’s counseling technique uses six things: dream analysis, use of symbols, word link test, symptom analysis, case history and MBTI. In conclusion, analytical psychology counseling has enabled, first, a more in-depth approach and understanding of the human mind, especially the unconscious world. Second, analytical psychology counseling has enabled us to recognize that all humans are human communities with a common mental structure through the concept of unconsciousness and archetypes. Third, analytical psychology counseling has allowed you to look at the meaning and purpose of life from a new perspective. Therefore, Jung emphasized that he should not be seen as having a pathological problem with patients, but as an omnipotent human being who wants to realize its fullness on his own
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    E-Governance Practices in Developing Countries. Its Benefits and Challenges -The Case of Pakistan-

    Muhammad Aftab | 2019, 4(1) | pp.79~86 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The quality of service delivery by governments to their citizens is a subject of concern in the contemporary society. E-governance is a critical aspect that is transforming government operation and service delivery to citizens and other bodies through application of information technology. This research explores the state of e-governing focusing on nations that are developing with special attention to Pakistan. The difficulties and benefits encountered are identified. The results are vital for implementers of e-governing systems in these countries. The methodology applied entails a secondary research that involves analysis and synthesis of literature relating the research topic. The results reveal that Pakistan has made incredible steps in setting up e-governance systems with growth in internet use and access of data from a digital platform. The findings reveal that e-government is associated with multiple benefits including enhanced quality of services, cost efficiency in service provision, enhance transparency and elimination of corruption, provide the basis for eradication of poverty, boost economic stability of a country, and provide room for direct democracy. The research also found that developing countries experience challenges in form of financial constraints, poor ICT infrastructure, illiteracy on e-government, political consensus constraints, legal obstacles, social and cultural constraints. E-government has the capability to transform the quality of governance provided by governments, and policymakers and implementers should address the constraints that act as a hindrance to its implementation.