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2020, Vol.5, No.1

  • 1.

    Analysis of Industrial Accidents Data with Survival Model

    Jaiwook Baik | 2020, 5(1) | pp.1~11 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the industrial accidents data with survival model. EDA approach is used to explore the relationship between two variables and among three variables for the past 10 years of industrial accidents data. Survival models are also tried. Survival curve drops more rapidly for the business with fewer employees as time goes by. Industrial accidents occur more often as the total number of industrial accidents gets larger and as the number of employees gets smaller. Agriculture, fishing and forestry have a higher level of industrial accidents than construction while service industry and ‘transportationㆍstorage and telecommunication’ have a fewer number of industrial accidents than construction. Korea Safety and Health Agency’s and Ministry of Employment and Labor’s involvement were not effective but Civilian’s was. Recurrent event data analysis reveals all most the same result as for non-recurrent data analysis.
  • 2.

    A Study on Consumer Preference for Plastic Toilet Seats with Selective Automatic Supply of Recycled Water

    Choi, Tae Wol | Jong-Ho Baeg | Sangmok Bae | 2020, 5(1) | pp.13~20 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is about consumer preference of plastic toilets that can provide automatic supply of recycled water. First, the preference for plastic toilet seat design by gender and age group was preferred for gender type C and G for the sex. As the result of the chi-square test, the significance probability is .044 and the significance is P <.0 5. I could confirm that. Age, teens, 40 s, and 50 s or older prefer type C, 20 s and 30 s, but B type is not statistically significant. Second, the differences among the groups of preference for appearance design criteria according to general characteristics were all stable (stable appearance) in gender, age, region, education, and salary, but the chi-square test showed that they were not statistically significant. There was no difference between them. This study has implications for improving competitiveness and productivity by reducing the main production cost by commercializing toilets made of plastic materials.
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    A Study on the Effect of Strategic Human Resource Management on Innovation Behavior and Organizational Performance

    Moon-jun, Kim | 2020, 5(1) | pp.21~33 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of strategic human resource management perceived by members of SMEs on organizational performance and innovation behavior. In addition, the mediator effect of innovation behavior of organizational members on the relationship between strategic human resource management and organizational performance was verified using the statistical program SPSS 21.0 program. First, the hypothesis 1, strategic human resource management (adoption and compensation, job design, training and career management, participation in decision-making) was adopted by showing positive impact on the positive impact on organizational performance. Second, hypothesis 2, strategic human resource management (recruitment and compensation, job design, training and career management, participation in decision-making) was adopted after demonstrating statistically significant influence on innovation behavior. Third, the innovation behavior perceived by Hypothesis 3 organizational members showed a positive influence on organizational performance. Hypothesis 3 was therefore adopted. Fourth, as a result of verifying the mediating effect of innovation behavior in the relationship between hypothesis 4, strategic human resource management and organizational performance, innovation behavior was analyzed to be partially mediated. In other words, strategic human resource management of organizational members has a direct impact on organizational performance, but it can show a higher positive impact on organizational performance through innovation actions in its performance.
  • 4.

    A Study on the Characteristics and Sustainability of Social Cooperatives

    ChengLin Du | Sug-In Chang | Sung Pil BAE and 1other persons | 2020, 5(1) | pp.35~45 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract PDF
    Korea’s social cooperatives were enacted by law in December 2012. However, it is in the process of being settled and has not been established institutionally. So social cooperatives are failing. The purpose of this study is to reduce these failures. To this end, this study distinguished between co-operatives and social co-operatives. Also, the characteristics and concepts were identified. That is why we want to help our social cooperatives in Korea. The results based on the literature research are as follows. First, in order for domestic social co-operatives to be sustainable, the seven principles of co-operatives must be observed. In particular, the sixth principle is important. It is important to form a social cooperative association and to communicate with local cooperatives. Their communication is less likely to fail because they can share management support information, education, promotion, and strategies. Second, there is a need for a plan that can be applied not only to the government but also to general enterprises in order to support social co-operatives. Third, related policies of the government and the private sector should be designed and managed in an integrated manner to promote social cooperatives. Fourth, public relations should be promoted through campaigns to inform the public that the meaning of social cooperatives is for the public good. In addition, the government needs to build a program that fosters professionals who can foster social co-operatives. In conclusion, it is meaningful that this study suggests possible ways to develop social co-operatives in Korea, and provides support to the Korean government.
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    A Study on the Reasons for Participation in the Training of the Work-Learning Parallel Program

    Chan-Jun Park | Lim, Sang Ho | 2020, 5(1) | pp.47~52 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    In this study, parallel work-learning training, which was started in 2013 as a pre-employment promotion policy, is an important factor that determines the success or failure of training. As a time when various institutional supplementation is needed to encourage company participation, this study is to identify the factors of participation of companies participating in work-learning parallel. To this end, a questionnaire survey was conducted of companies participating in parallel work-learning in Chungnam, and the results were analyzed using the structural equation model. As a result of the study, the reason for the company's participation in parallel work-learning was firstly, 84% of government subsidy received education and training expenses. Second, 66% of workers were able to pay less than regular workers, and thirdly, it was easy to hire new employees in the field. 26%, 17% of them were invited by acquaintances for no particular reason. Therefore, the study suggests that participation in the work-learning parallel training contributes to the management costs, management of employee turnover, and human resource development. In future research, it is necessary to subdivide tests and estimates by conducting studies on regions, occupations, gender, wages, and years of service in Korea.
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    Developing Teachers’ Professionalism -Focusing on Korean Cases-

    Hyeok-Jin Na | 2020, 5(1) | pp.53~62 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study reviewed the structural and operational systems of two professional learning communities in Korean society and analyzed their strengths and weaknesses: the Association of Korean History Teachers and the Communities of Elementary School Classroom Management. In order to analyze these cases, Robey’s organizational change model was used as a theoretical frame. Two research methods were mainly employed for this study: literature review and on-site interviews. The analysis found several strengths (easy accessibility, led by teachers’ initiative and autonomous will, abundant and practical teaching solutions) and weaknesses (financial burden, lack of theoretical background, sporadic participants). In conclusion, this study suggests three strategies for an educational leader who has an important role in developing a teacher’s professionalism: 1) Make an institutional effort to stimulate teachers’ motivation to learn, 2) Create a strong network of university professors and other experts for career advice, 3) Build a synthesized and consolidated system.
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    A Study on the Effect of Group Art Therapy for Psychological Adaptation of Children within Multicultural Families

    Hyoun-Ok Kim | 2020, 5(1) | pp.63~72 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is to consider that group art therapy is necessary for the psychological adaptation that children of multicultural families need in the growth process, and discusses the effects of group art therapy. The research results are as follows. First, children from multicultural families were able to express themselves gradually through art work experiences and interactions with researchers, and experienced the objectification, acceptance and resolution of their emotions, thoughts and inner desires through artistic expression. Second, children from multicultural families were newly aware of themselves in an unstructured group art therapy environment that promoted active self-expression, spontaneity, and emotional expression, and gradually experienced an active attitude, that is, recovery of spontaneity. Third, children of multicultural families were able to develop positive self-concept in the process of group art therapy experience. In conclusion, by applying the group art therapy program, children who are experiencing difficulties in the psychological adaptation of children of multicultural families through the unique unique aspects of art therapy can provide a place where they can talk with each other in ways that language alone could not. have.
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    A Study on the Translation Criteria of ENFU SIN, DAL, AH on the Translation Methodology of Myeongri Classica

    Hyun-Deok Kim | Kim, Ki-seung | 2020, 5(1) | pp.73~87 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper was to find examples of a group of interpretations while biased toward the translation of the manuscripts of Myeongnology, and to apply the criteria of the translation of the manuscripts of Myeongnology in accordance with the criteria of SIN(信), DAL(達), and AH(雅) of EOM-BOK. Since the original author’s intention should be faithfully reflected, the translation of the original book should be applied to the interpretation required at that time based on the translation corresponding to SIN(信), the translation corresponding to DAL(達) and the AH(雅) translation corresponding to the elegant interpretation. Translation is the most important purpose of implementing equivalence in the intentions of the original author, so the equivalence of the Source language and the Taget language should be observed even in the differences of expression. Up until now, the question of the translation of the nouns has mainly focused on the translation of the stylistic system by focusing on trying to overcome the structural differences of the language. Translation now requires the implementation of semantic equivalence as well as primarily a stylistic approach. This researcher wanted to open a new horizon for the study of classical literature in Myong-hak by presenting a standard for the transl
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    A Study on the Establishment of Economic Activity Participation for the Elderly through Work for the Elderly

    Kyoung-Ja Jeong | 2020, 5(1) | pp.89~98 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study is to find ways to build economic participation for the elderly through job projects to help the elderly live a pleasant life. The results of this study are as follows. First, the relevant laws must be overhauled. To this end, jobs targeting the elderly should be selected first, and legal procedures should be prepared in the government. Second, they should extend the retirement age and support senior employment businesses. The extension of the retirement age believes that a resumption of the wage structure is inevitable in order to increase employment for senior citizens. It is also desirable to implement policies such as giving tax benefits to companies that employ older people more than a certain percentage of them. Third, there should be self-help efforts by the elderly. Three factors are essential to keep the work of old age pleasant and faithful. In other words, it is important to always learn new knowledge and hone one’s ability in order to do a rewarding job of living without health and some economic stability. In conclusion, measures to establish economic participation for the elderly through the work-seeker project will require, among other things, a sufficient extension of the retirement age to allow the elderly to engage in their jobs, while overhauling the system, including legal maintenance.
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    The Effect of Adult’s Name Attractiveness on Self-efficiency and Emotionality

    Kim, Ki-seung | Ham, Hae-soo | Hyeok-Jin Na | 2020, 5(1) | pp.99~106 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of name attractiveness on self-efficacy and emotional awareness in adult men and women. The subjects of this study were 300 males and females in their 10s and 30s living in the metropolitan area. However, 250 copies, excluding missing questionnaires during the collection process and incomplete questionnaires, were used for the analysis. As a result of analyzing the difference in name attractiveness according to factors, the lower the age group and the lower the academic level, the more dissatisfied they were with their names. Besides, the regression analysis conducted to verify the effect of name attractiveness on self-efficacy showed that the model's fitness was  =.382 and the model's explanatory power was somewhat inferior, but =.322, t-value 9.276, p<.001 were shown to be statistically significant, so name attraction directly affects self-efficacy. And the results of the regression analysis conducted to verify the effect of name attractiveness on emotionality turned out to be  =.412. The regression analysis, which controls demographic variables such as gender, age, and academic level, was statistically significant as =.326, t-value 6.408, p<.001. In other words, the name attractiveness affects emotional awareness. There is no empirical study that the name attractiveness can improve happiness or the quality of life, but it seems often among athletes that names are enhanced by the past.
  • 11.

    A Study on the Plan of Social Welfare Practice a Case Study on Adaptation of Family Life to Married Women Migrant

    Myeong-Jun Heo | 2020, 5(1) | pp.107~115 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is to find social welfare practices that married women migrant can provide to them in order to relieve the stress of cultural differences and enjoy a good family life. Results,First, action plans to overcome intercultural differences are needed. To overcome effective cross-cultural differences, interventions and goals are set for culturally diverse clients that match their racial, cultural, ethnic, gender and sexual orientation.Second, it is necessary to cultivate professional education personnel. In order to train professionals, cultural diversity should be addressed in existing social welfare courses.Third, the related laws need to be rearranged. The Multicultural Family Support Act continues to emerge as a need for supplementation, including the understanding of Korean family culture and the lack of counseling for immigrant women.As a result, married women immigrants recognize that Korean life is different from their own in many aspects of their daily lives, so they endeavor to have a lot of patience and high level of effort in the adaptation process. Therefore, there is a need for a social welfare practice that can support this.
  • 12.

    The Literature Study about the Origin of Sipgan-Sipiji

    Hyeok-Jin Na | Kim, Ki-seung | 2020, 5(1) | pp.117~124 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to find out the origin and significance of Sipgan-Sipiji that Yinyang and five elements are assigned. By looking at the hypotheses that Sipgan-Sipiji may have originated from the ancient Chinese calendar, the contents of the materials recorded in the classical literature, and the records left in the Oracle bone script, we wanted to explore the starting point of Sipgan-Sipiji in Eastern humanities and social sciences that could never be overlooked. Through the literature review of Sipgan-Sipiji, the researcher believes that this code system was completed by Hwangje and his teacher Daeyo, who led paternal clan society in the latter part of the Chinese Neolithic Age, because of supporting the use of the October calendar associated with Sipgan, and because Sipgan in the Oracle bone script seems to keep the sacredness and at the same time to be used to document the time. I believe that this consideration of Sipgan-Sipiji will be helpful for future related research in the process of underlying the research effort of Myeongri Science, such as the security of the logic of the theoretical framework for the theory system and the proof through statistical social science techniques.
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    A Study on Overcoming the Economic Exclusion of the Elderly to Solve the Elderly Prob lem

    Chuck-He Lee | 2020, 5(1) | pp.125~135 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study is to suggest a social welfare policy to overcome the exclusion from the three sectors of economic life, income, labor market, housing, etc., which are the most important items of the welfare of the elderly in the life cycle. The results are as follows. First, income security policies should be comprehensively established and implemented. National institutional guarantees such as national pensions, basic pensions, and national basic living security should be sufficient. Second, housing policy must be reasonably improved. Since housing is a problem for the elderly, policies that suit the taste of the elderly should be effectively established and executed. Third, national and social agreement is needed. Geriatric welfare policies basically require social consensus. In conclusion, measures to overcome the economic exclusion of the elderly should be sought comprehensively in the long-term and various fields. There must also be an explicit agreement from the members of the society. a social welfare policy to overcome from economic exclusion should find ways to overcome the elderly's right to life.
  • 14.

    International Social Cooperative Case Study -Italy, Canada, and France-

    ChengLin Du | Sug-In Chang | Jin Jae-Keun and 1other persons | 2020, 5(1) | pp.137~147 | number of Cited : 0
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    Social co-operatives, which are working positively to realize the economic and social purpose of being carried out directly through products and services producing the public interest, are steadily expanding under the public interest mission of social co-operatives. It has important theoretical and practical significance to study the model of social co-operatives tailored to the local situation in Korea based on international experience. This study looks at the international status of social co-operatives, international cases, and puts forward problems and suggestions centering on cases of advanced countries. It sought to find a solution to what society required only by solving the problems necessary for sustainable economic growth. In order to achieve the objectives of this study, the social cooperatives of advanced countries, such as Italy, Canada, and France, were organized, compared and analyzed. The study found that the implications of co-operatives in Italy, France and Canada are as follows. First, it is needed to adhere to the principles of co-operatives in pending issues such as social problems and employment and jobs in the community. Second, it is necessary to establish a supportive financial system for the cooperative’s initial stability and sustainability. Third, the ecosystem of co-operatives should be formed to support and foster legal systems and network organizations.
  • 15.

    A Study on the Economic Status and Trade Enhancement of Korea and Mongolia

    Sangmok Bae | Yoo-Soon Park | 2020, 5(1) | pp.149~155 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this study, we aim to build a consensus that the Korea-Mongolian economic cooperation and trade growth will bring economic benefits to both countries and, in addition, the FTA between the two countries will bring economic benefits to the overall economy through the economic status and mutual trade status of Korea and Mongolia. Currently, countries around the world are accelerating their market battle with fierce competition, pushing for the opening of their markets through free trade agreements of multilateralism and regionalism centered on the WTO as a rapid change in the global economic environment. Amid such an international economic environment, Korea is developing diverse economic cooperation and FTA strategies, and under the principle that it is based on comprehensive and national consensus, it will sign simultaneous FTAs with major countries, but will diversify its trade partners’ efforts to increase trade volume through market advantage, secure energy resources, and so on to secure more resources in overseas markets.
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    A Study of Korean Kim Jeonghui and Qing Dynasty Scholars Academic Exchanges -Focus on Weng Fanggang and Ruan Yuan-

    Changwon Choi | 2020, 5(1) | pp.157~164 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    After the Qing Dynasty overthrow of the Ming dynasty, this is far-reaching influenced on the Ming Dynasty’s Sovereign state of the Joseon dynasty. Not only did regulations prohibit the entry into various books published by the Qing Dynasty, In addition, the “Northern Expedition” of Song Siyeo put forward the mainstream political proposal of the Northern Expedition and Qing Dynasty.Even in this context, Representatives of scholars such as Hong Daeyong, Bak Jega, Kim Jeonghui on the Joseon dynasty peninsula at the time, put forward the idea of “Learning from Central Plains” through several visits to Shuntian Prefecture (now Beijing), And gradually formed the well-known Silhak (Practical Learning) ideological of “Bukhak, (Northern Learning)” in the Joseon dynasty history. the Joseon dynasty Silhak ideological scholar of Kim Jeonghui also was under the influence of the Weng Fanggang and Ruan yuan other famous Qing Dynasty Textual scholar, Fruitful achievements in Chinese Classical Studies Epigraphy,Calligraphy。He founded the “Chusa-che” style of calligraphy Chusa, the “Chusa-che” styled is although born out of the clerical script, but more composition and See also asymmetrical in harmony, Strong and vigorous brush strokes, Every word vibrant, Make it a master of gold stone calligraphy in the Joseon Dynasty.This study based on some records of Kim Jeonghui ’s visited to Shuntian Prefecture(now Beijing), this article examines the academic activities of seeking truth to facts in Korea and the Qing Dynasty at the time, and the impact on these activities on calligraphy and painting in the Joseon Dynasty.
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    A Study of the Characteristics of the Manchu-Mongol Alliance during the Qing Dynasty Era

    Jong-Wha Lim | 2020, 5(1) | pp.165~170 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study concerns of how the Qing dynasty overcame the national inferiority on the process of the Ming-Qing war in the East Asia during the early 17th century. Historically the Qing came forward in succession the total 12 Emperors whose posthumouses were recorded according to a respective independent system. These studies will be commented the alliance between Manchurian and Mongolian tribes. As the researching result, it will be commented that the Qing’s emperors possessed the names of the Emperor of Han’s race, Khan of Mongolian tribe, Han of Manchurian clan at the same time. Furthermore in other to follow the war against the Ming dynasty the Qing dynasty promoted positively the strategic alliance through the marriage connection with Mongolian royal family. And the Qing dynasty succeeded in organizing the Military Eight Banners so that Qing dynasty could utilize the reorganized social civilian groups into the avaliable groups to the battle. Thus this Eight Banners were comprehended all members who were not only the Mongolian clans allianced but also the submitted soldiers from the Ming in the war