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2016, Vol.1, No.1

  • 1.

    A Study on the Chemical Properties of AZO with Crystal Structure and IGZO of Amorphous Structure Due to the Annealing Temperature

    So, Young Ho | Song, Jung Ho | Seo, Dong Myung and 1other persons | 2016, 1(1) | pp.1~6 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    To research the correlation between the amorphous and crystal structure of oxide semiconductors, AZO and IGZO films were deposited and annealed with various temperatures in a vacuum state. AZO increased the degree of crystal structure with increasing the annealing temperature, but IGZO became an amorphous structure after the annealing process at high temperature. The series of AZO films with various annealing temperatures showed the chemical shift from the analyzer of PL and O 1s spectra, but the results of IGZO films by PL and O 1s spectra were not observed the chemical shift. The binding energy of oxygen vacancy of AZO with a crystal structure was 531.5 eV, and that of IGZO with an amorphous structure was 530 eV as a lower binding energy.
  • 2.

    Comparison between the Electrical Properties and Structures after Atmosphere Annealing and Vacuum Annealing of IGZO Thin Films

    Ann, Young Deuk | Yeon, Jae Ho | Oh teresa | 2016, 1(1) | pp.7~11 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    It was the electrical properties of IGZO prepared by the annealing in a vaccum and an atmosphere conditions to research the current-voltage characteristics. The IGZO film annealed in a vaccum became an amorphous structure but films annealed in an atmosphere condition had a crystal structure. Because of the content of oxygen vacancies during the annealing processes was changed, and the annealing in an atmosphere condition increased the oxygen vacancy in IGZO. Oxygen vacancy in IGZO increased the current and then it was observed the Ohmic contact at IGZO annealed in an atmosphere conditions. However, the IGZO prepared in a vaccum showed the Schottky contact.
  • 3.

    A Study on the Effect of the Application of National Competency Standard on Job Involvement

    Lim, Sang Ho | 2016, 1(1) | pp.13~18 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of the application of National Competency Standard on job involvement. The study results showed that the application of National Competency Standard significantly affected Organizational Commitment(β=.583, p<.001) and Job Performanc(β=.366, p<.01). Spcecifically, the application of National Competency Standard in hiring process and developing ability significantly affected Organizational Commitment(p<.001), and the application of National Competency Standard in developing ability significantly affected Job Performance(p<.05). This study proved the validity and effectiveness of adopting National Competency Standard in human resource management by confirming the effect of the application of National Competency Standard on job involvement.
  • 4.

    A Study on the Effect of Small and Medium Enterprise Workers’ Welfare Environment on Job Satisfaction

    Kwak, No Hag | Kim, Moon-Jun | 2016, 1(1) | pp.19~25 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study is to determine the status of satisfaction and well-being and work environment aimed at SME workers, deficiencies is to improve the overall satisfaction improvement. As a result of the confidence analysis to verify the reliability of the measurement tool, all of the factors is somewhat higher reliability coefficient was found to less than 0.6. Job factors, relationship factors, compensating factors are subjected to multiple regression analysis as job satisfaction and welfare duties factors to determine the impact on satisfaction, relationship factors, the compensation factor as an independent variable and dependent of each job satisfaction and welfare satisfaction variable result of three factors, job factors and compensation factors, two factors had significant influence on job satisfaction. When the job factor β value(0.584), the compensation factor(0.369) showed a net impact on job satisfaction big. By improving the business environment and well-being through improved employee satisfaction, it came to a positive attitude to business is expected to have a positive impact on the satisfaction of external customers.
  • 5.

    A Study on the Determinants of Years in Service of Youth Employee

    PARK JINAH | Han, Jae Ryong | Dong-Yeol Shin | 2016, 1(1) | pp.27~33 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study verified the determinants of years in service of youth employee by analyzing panal data. The study results showed that sex, age, education, marital status, full-time job, wage, employment stabilization, household earned income, benefit package, fairness of performance evaluation determined years in service of youth employee. Also, years in service was longer in male, higher age, married, lower household earned income, full-time job, age-limit system, possible to work continuously, corresponding to mager, higher wage, higher job satisfaction group. This study provided practical implication to prepare effective emplyment policy for maintaining long-term and stable youth employment by confirming the determinants of years in service of youth employee.
  • 6.

    A Study on the Effect of Youth University Graduates’ Workplace Satisfaction on Preparation for Turnover

    PARK JINAH | 2016, 1(1) | pp.35~40 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of youth university graduates’ workplace satisfaction on preparation for turnover by analyzing panal data. The study results showed that satisfaction of general workplace, possibility of personal development, autonomy/authority, monthly wage(p<.001), working environment, office hours, usefulness of major(p<.01), personnel system, employment stability, welfare benefits(p<.05) affected preparation for turnover. Also, sex, marital status, type and location of university, major, status of workers affected preparation for turnover. This study provided implication for reducing turnover and enhancing workplace settlement by confirming the effect of youth university graduates’ workplace satisfaction on preparation for turnover.
  • 7.

    A Study on the Efficiency of VSP(Venture Support Policy) from the Concept of ‘Ease of Use’ and ‘Experience’ Perspective, Using Integrated Model with TRA and TAM

    Kim, In Sue | 2016, 1(1) | pp.41~49 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is to examine constructs influencing the acceptance of SMEs for VSPs and the efficiency of VSPs, based on the two theories theory of reasoned action (TRA) and technology acceptance model (TAM) in the context of venture support program in Korea. This study concentrates on the government’s venture support policy (VSP), namely the examination of the efficiency of current government VSPs in terms of preferential treatment for SMEs experiencing many other venture support programs (the EXP policy), and the reduction of documents/processes related to venture support programs for SMEs so that they are easily accessible and implementable (the EASE policy). Additionally, this paper will suggest an effective way to encourage SMEs to succeed by analyzing the fundamental reasons for their acceptance of VSPs to attain their long-term goals.
  • 8.

    A Study on the Effect of the Level of Learning Organization on Satisfaction of Learning Organization Support Project

    Lim, Sang Ho | 2016, 1(1) | pp.51~57 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of the level of learning organization on satisfaction of learning organization support project and the moderating effect of charismatic leadership. The level of learning organization positively affected satisfaction of learning organization support project. Especially, personal mastery affected creating&spreading knowledge and financial performance, system thingking affected building learning infra, shared vision affected learning culture&activity, teamwork and financial performance. Also, charismatic leadership partially moderated the effect of learning organization. This study provided implications to manage successful learning organization by analyzing causal relationship between learning theory and practical corporate performance.
  • 9.

    A Study on the effect of the experience of Job-Training on Youth Employees’ Wage

    Lee, Se Ho | Sug-In Chang | 2016, 1(1) | pp.59~64 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of the experience of job-training on youth employees’ wage by analyzing panal data. The study results showed that the objective of job-training(enhancing job performance, β=.336), satisfaction of job-training(β=.-.256) and the type of job-training(cyber lecture, β=.334) significantly affected youth employees’ wage. Also, age, education, marital status, hour of job-training, objective of job-training and satisfaction of job-training significantly affected the differences between groups. This study provided practical implication to prepare effective job-training policy by confirming the effect of the experience of job-training on youth employees’ wage and verifying the effectiveness of job-training.
  • 10.

    A Study on the Effect of Charismatic Leadership on Motivation to Learn in Learning Organization Support Project

    PARK JINAH | Lee Sug-min | 2016, 1(1) | pp.65~70 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of charismatic leadership on motivation to learn and the moderating effect of level of building learning organization in learning organization support project. Survey was conducted for manufacture company participating in learning organization support project. Charismatic Leadership positively affected motivation to learn, specifically vision-related behaviors positively affected task value. At the same time, the moderating effect of level of building learning organization was verified and specifically personal mastery and team learning moderated the effect of charismatic leadership on motivation to learn. This study results provided academic and practical implications for operating successful learning organization of company.
  • 11.

    A Study on the Productive Improvement with Learning Organization and On The Job Training of Small and Medium business

    Ko, Kyoung Han | 2016, 1(1) | pp.71~77 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The main objective of this study was found to be empirically seeing whether on-site training for students in the field of education and various programs in the field of SMEs michyeotneun any impact on production duties. Results of sub-areas of education and training educational experience, training motivation, training, experience, demographic characteristics and performance of education and training, and because there is a close correlation as sub-areas of business productivity, industrial welfare, governance, education, the period of increased productivity by properly adjusting the sub-variables of education and training it can maximize the educational experience of the work. This study provides the policy implications and implications for the future so that the unemployed(including unemployed youth) re-employment training and on-site training is satisfactory to shine and develop more good quality programs.
  • 12.

    A Study on the Overcome Factors through Status Analysis of Organizational Management Appearing in Public Social Welfare Delivery System

    Choi, Jung Won | Kim, Bo ki | 2016, 1(1) | pp.79~89 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study recognized public social welfare delivery system will be more important in the future according to the developing trend of social welfare that and intended to find overcome factors by analyzing actual status of operating organization. The study results showed that characteristics of delivery system, ineffectiveness of task, delivery system and inconcinnity of personnel are the overcome factors of social welfare. Consequently, this study revealed that public social welfare delivery system will go on smoothly at last when the problems of the overcome factors get solved.
  • 13.

    A Study on the Classification of Elder Abuse Types

    Jeong, Su Il | Park, Mi-Ran | 2016, 1(1) | pp.91~103 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    Since the problems of the aged became a social issue recently, this study recognized elder abuse as a serious phenomenon among the problems of the aged in a dimension of against humanity and intended to conduct research by classifying elder abuse into certain types. This study used the literature research method and executed theoretical research on the basis of the types of elder abuse defined by the Ministry of Health and Welfare. Physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, economic abuse, neglect, self-neglect, abandonment were addressed as the types of elder abuse. Consequently, this study classified elder abuse as seven types which had close relationships with each other and formed the academic bassis for preparing effective prevention and coping method of elder abuse.
  • 14.

    A Study on the Case Analysis in the Causes of Child Abuse by His Parents

    Kim, Hyang Mi | Hong, Sung Dae | 2016, 1(1) | pp.105~113 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The problem of child abuse have came to the fore thesedays. This study recognized that most of the causes of generating child abuse are responsible for their parents and revealed it through case analysis. The followings are the causes of occuring child abuse by paraents. Parents’ social and psychological problems were found out to be the cases of the child abuse. Child abuse is referred to the phenomenon causing wife abuse and child abuse at the same time. Consequently, child abuse is mostly occured by their parents and it is the result of parents’ social, psychological and duplicate abuse.
  • 15.

    A Study on the Effect of Parents’ Water-Saving Mind in Adolescence on Children’s Water-Saving Consciousness

    Yoon, Seok Joo | Kim, Yeon-Shik | 2016, 1(1) | pp.115~121 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of parents’ water-saving mind in adolescence on children’s water-saving consciousness. The study results showed that parents’ water-saving mind in adolescence positively affected one’s water-saving consciousness(β=.627, p<.001) and one’s water-saving mind positively affected children’s water-saving consciousness and intention to emphasize water saving for their children(p<.001). Also, education, occupation, type of residence, monthly water rate significantly affected the between-group differences of one’s water-saving mind and women’s water-saving mind were higher than men’s. This study provided implications for confirming the effect of parents’ water-saving education for child in home by verifying the effect of parents’ water-saving mind in adolescence on children’s water-saving consciousness.
  • 16.

    A Study on the Effect of Water Saving Awareness on Purchasing Intention of Water Saving Product at Home

    Choi, Tae Wol | Suh, Kee Won | 2016, 1(1) | pp.123~128 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of water saving awareness on purchasing intention of water saving product at home. The study results showed that the necessity awareness of water saving at home(p<.001) and satisfaction of the water saving effect on water saving product(p<.01) significantly affected the purchasing intention of water saving product. Also, this study found purchasing intention of water saving product’s between-group differences depended on occupation, awareness of the need of water saving at home, the most exertive part for saving water at home, the most effective water saving product and the weakness of water saving product. This study provided practical implication for promoting positive consumer behavior of using water saving product.
  • 17.

    A Study on the Water Saving Effect in Case of Raising Water Rate Depends on Water Rate Awareness

    Lim, Sang Ho | Han Moo Young | 2016, 1(1) | pp.129~135 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study verified the water saving effect in case of raising water rate depends on water rate awareness. The study results showed that the perceived appropriacy of government aid(p<.001), home water rate(p<.01), water rate pricing system, water rate, water rate diffrences depend on use and area(p<.05) significantly affected the degree of agreement of raising water rate. Also, education, residence, member of household, occipation, monthly household income, monthly water rate significantly affected the degree of agreement of raising water rate, consumer behavior for saving water. This study provided implication for water rate pricing policy by analyzing the water saving effect in case of raising water rate depends on water rate awareness and revealing the determinants of the degree of agreement of raising water rate.
  • 18.

    A Study on the Effect of the Perception of Water Reuse on Water Reuse Practice Intention

    Lim, Sang Ho | Han Moo Young | 2016, 1(1) | pp.137~142 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study verified the effect of the perception of water reuse on water reuse practice intention. The study results showed that the perception of water reuse practice necessity, the effect of water recycling toilet(p<.01), compulsory installation of water recycling product in public institution, expansion of compulsory installation of water recycling product, the law of water reuse promotion and support(p<.05). Also, monthly household income, occupation and monthly water rate significantly affected the between-group differences of water reuse practice intention. This study provided implications for operating water reuse policy by analyzing the effect of the perception of water reuse on water reuse practice intention to enhance water reuse practice.
  • 19.

    A Study on the Perception of Water Reuse R&D Support and Water Reuse Vitalization Policy

    Kim, Yeon-Shik | lee Yong Sun | 2016, 1(1) | pp.143~149 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study verified the relationship on the perception of water reuse R&D support and water reuse vitalization policy. The study results showed that the perception of water reuse importance and effectiveness positively affected the perception of the necessity of water reuse vitalization policy, necessity of supporting water reuse water-saving product company, necessity of investing water reuse(p<.001). Also, gender, education, occupation, type of residence and monthly water rate significantly affected the between-group differences of the perception of water reuse vitalization policy. This study provided implications for preparing water reuse investment and vitalization policy by the relationship on the perception of water reuse R&D support and water reuse vitalization policy.
  • 20.

    Viewing the Social Thought of Chinese People in Ming Dynasty Via Piaohailu

    Changwon Choi | 2016, 1(1) | pp.151~157 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Nowadays Chinese society advocates a kind of principal thinking, which Chinese call it "harmony". The entire Chinese society is trying to build a so-called "harmonious society", that is, people live in harmony with the natural environment and carry out sustainable development; people live in harmony with others and build harmonious social relationships; people live in harmony with themselves and cultivate self-morality and enhance national self-quality. It can be seen that the word "harmony" runs through this thinking all the time. This paper aims at viewing Chinese people’s philosophy in Ming Dynasty from the Piaohailu. Likewise, the starting points of the paper are also these three aspects which are people’s relationships with nature, others and themselves. Based on this angle, it tries to conduct a simple analysis and study by taking Korean official Cui Pu’s Piaohailu as the main historical data.
  • 21.

    A Study on the Effects of Performance-Based Personnel System Research on the Organizational Effectiveness: Focusing on Small Company, Shandong Province of China

    YiXin Liu | Sug-In Chang | 2016, 1(1) | pp.159~166 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to present and identify the relationship for the effects of performance-based human resource practices on the organizational effectiveness with focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises around Shandong province of China. The performance-based human resource practice factors include selective employment system, education training system, evaluation system, compensation system and the career promotion ladder opportunity system. As a result, among ten hypotheses, six hypotheses turned out to be the meaningful approaches. In addition there exist some human factors that interfere with the fairness of the evaluation due to the regional and personal factors, assessment system difference among firms. Finally the compensation system and organizational investment for increasing or decreasing will critically affect the enthusiasm of the staff members of firms, and the less invested for thema, the greater the likelihood of their turnovers.