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2022, Vol.7, No.4

  • 1.

    Reliability analysis methods to one-shot device

    baikjaewook | 2022, 7(4) | pp.1~8 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    There are many one-shot devices that are used once and thrown away. One-shot devices such as firecrackers and ammunition are typical, and they are stored for a while after manufacture and then disposed of after use when necessary. However, unlike general operating systems, these one-shot devices have not been properly evaluated. This study first examines what the government does to secure reliability in the case of ammunition through ammunition stockpile reliability program. Next, in terms of statistical analysis, we show what the reliability analysis methods are for one-shot devices such as ammunition. Specifically, we show that it is possible to know the level of reliability if sampling inspection plan such as KS Q 0001 which is acceptance sampling plan by attributes is used. Next, non-parametric and parametric methods are introduced as ways to determine the storage reliability of ammunition. Among non-parametric methods, Kaplan-Meier method can be used since it can also handle censored data. Among parametric methods, Weibull distribution can be used to determine the storage reliability of ammunition.
  • 2.

    Development of roll bending process technology applied precision orthogonal feeding robot system

    Lim, Sang Ho , Ahn Sang-Jun , Yun Gyeong- Yeol | 2022, 7(4) | pp.9~15 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study evaluated the automated system of the roll bending process, which is one of the difficult processes. In the past, 20 cartridges were produced per hour. but Automation changed it to a process that produces 50 pieces per hour. The average value of production was 57.6 pieces per hour, error of repeatability was 0.03 mm, average roll diameter error value was 0.49 mm, average alignment error value was 0.09 mm and average process lead time was 43.21 seconds. This paper presented specific evaluation methods such as productivity, repeatability, defect rate, alignment defect rate, and process lead time. It is thought that the contents performed in this study will be helpful in the verification of other automation systems in the future.
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    A study on the effect of corporate working environment on job enthusiasm

    Ryu Sung-Yong , Lim Sang-Ho | 2022, 7(4) | pp.17~23 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is a study to analyze the effect of corporate working environment on job enthusiasm. Based on the 6th work environment survey conducted between 2020 and 2021 among data from the National Statistical Office, some 440 data were used for analysis. The analysis results are summarized as follows. First, the job satisfaction that the working environment had on job enthusiasm had a statistically significant effect with a β value of .307. Second, it was analyzed that there was a statistically significant difference in job enthusiasm according to general characteristics in employment type and income level. The significance probabilities were .028 and .012, respectively, and there was a significant difference between the groups of temporary workers and daily workers in employment type. was analyzed to exist. Third, there was no significant relationship between gender and work environment satisfaction. However, in Satisfied, 148 men and 181 women, out of a total of 329 respondents, 45% male and 55% female in satisfaction. could know a little more. This study is considered to be necessary to provide opportunities and resources so that members of the organization can demonstrate their abilities by creating a working environment that workers can be satisfied with.
  • 4.

    Research trends on the psychological well-being of college students -Focusing on domestic academic journals-

    Kim Myung-Suk , Sang-Uk Hong | 2022, 7(4) | pp.25~31 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to investigate domestic research trends on psychological well-being for college students. For this purpose, 135 academic papers (general characteristics, the number of researchers, research subjects, research methods, and research variables) published in KCI registered sites and candidate sites were analyzed according to the criteria. The results of the study are as follows. the research paper was first published in 1998, in 2017, it increased to 16 flights(11.9%), As for the number of researchers, there were many joint studies with two or more people. Research subjects were four-year system, followed by two-year system and three-year system. By sample size, 201-300 was the most common with 49 samples (36.3%). Quantitative research was the most frequently conducted in the research method, and correlation analysis was widely used as the analysis method. In most cases, the setting of the variable of psychological well-being was set as a dependent variable, and the influence of other variables on psychological well-being was examined. Finally, implications for the research results and suggestions for follow-up studies were added.
  • 5.

    The effect of job stress and resilience of counselors on psychological well-being

    Kim Myung-Suk , Sang-Uk Hong | 2022, 7(4) | pp.33~43 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study attempted to investigate the effect of counseling experts' job stress and resilience on psychological well-being. To this end, a survey was conducted on counselors working in counseling-related occupations across the country through a Google questionnaire, and data from a total of 250 people were analyzed. For data analysis, descriptive statistical analysis and correlation analysis between major variables were performed. To verify the causal relationship, it was analyzed using the IBM SPSS Statistics Version 24.0 program. Results, There were no factors affecting psychological well-being in demographic variables (gender, age, education, counseling experience, and supervision frequency). Among the job stress factors, social expectations for counselors had a relatively large impact, the resilience factor was found to have a positive effect when self-acceptance of life was active. The results of this study can be used as basic data for various measures to increase the psychological well-being of counselors.
  • 6.

    A Study on Counselor’s Selfobject Role for Pathological Narcissism

    Seok-Min Yoon | 2022, 7(4) | pp.45~52 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Based on the Kohut’s theory, this study carries out an investigation into the counselor’s self object role in pathological narcissism. The theological understandings deal with narcissism, pathology, and self object. Narcissism and pathology can be seen as the failure of the formation of cohesive self. Early infant self, by feeling proper sympathy and love, usually forms integrated cohesive self. In other words, narcissistic personalities, when failing to receive sympathy and accommodation, can result in forming helpless and vulnerable self, which is filled with resentment. In addition, narcissistic characters are afraid of the world and maintain the grandiose image of self to protect themselves from feeling helplessness and emptiness. On the other hand, when they experience accommodation and admiration provided by self object, they can strengthen the image of grandiose self and demonstrate creative abilities as well. An infant remains as a fragmented self, when his or her relationship experience with self object is to be damaged. This study suggests the following conclusions: The counselor’s self object role for pathological narcissism should be sympathetic self object so that the counselee will be able to form his or her own healthy cohesive self. Additionally, self object should play a kind role to guide infant desires for ideal models, which eventually help infants to pursue healthy ideas and maintain early states of narcissistic balances.
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    A phenomenological study on the dream insight process of intern counselor -Based on Dream Integrated Art Therapy-

    Kwon Hye-Jin , Dong-Yeol Shin | 2022, 7(4) | pp.53~61 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is a phenomenological study on the dream insight process of intern counselors. The purpose of this study is to promote growth as a professional counselor based on the process of giving meaning to and recognizing their experiences through insight into the unconscious. Therefore, we used dream-integrated art therapy to have a process of recognizing unconscious dreams that clearly express expectations for oneself, others, and the world, and to explore this process more flexibly. The research participants selected three students enrolled in the master's and doctor's courses from among the applicants who applied through public relations and adopted the phenomenological Giorgi research method for data collection and analysis through in-depth interviews with the research participants. The main research results are as First, the intern counselors had a motive for wanting their own unconscious insight through dream-integrated art therapy and were able to gain insight into the problems revealed in their unconscious through dreams, music, and art media. Second, it was found that the intern counselors felt a deepening of concentration and comfort through recent dreams, music, and art media in common. Third, as a defense mechanism that was revealed without the combination of dream integrated art therapy, the avoidance tendency of not wanting to reveal oneself was common, but this showed a gradual decrease. Fourth, it was reported that intern counselors gained flexibility for themselves about the future growth direction had an opportunity to accept themselves, and had a plan for the future direction to become professional counselors. Therefore, it is suggested that follow-up studies using various media, studies to verify the effectiveness of the dream integration program, and various case studies are necessary.
  • 8.

    Mediating Effect of Interest in Elderly Job Project and Resilience on the Relationship between MZ and X Generation’s Social Support and Retirement Readiness

    Kim Geon-hui , Sang-Uk Hong | 2022, 7(4) | pp.63~74 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to examine the mediating effect of interest in the elderly job project and resilience in the relationship between social support and retirement readiness of the MZ·X generation. This survey conducted reliability and frequency analysis, t/f-verification, descriptive statistical analysis, and analysis of reliability and frequency using SPSS 27.0 and AMOS 27.0 programs on the collected data of 359 MZ and X generations of G, Y, and A cities in D and G provinces. Analysis was performed using correlation analysis and structural relationship statistics. As a result of the study, first, it was found that there was a significant correlation between the level of interest in the employment project for the elderly, social support, resilience and readiness for old age. Second, in the relationship between social support and retirement readiness, the degree of interest and resilience of the elderly job project were partially mediated. Therefore, in order to increase the MZ and X generations' interest in and resilience in the job projects for the elderly, the provision of emotional, evaluative, informational, and material support systems as a social support system and the elderly in government agencies such as the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the Ministry of Employment and Labor, and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family A realistic policy of job business policy is needed.
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    The effect of social support and resilience of middle-aged men and women on retirement readiness

    Kim Geon-hui , Sang-Uk Hong | 2022, 7(4) | pp.75~84 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study aims to examine the relative effects of social support and resilience on retirement readiness in the prudent male and female generations through hierarchical regression analysis. The results of the study first, As a result of verifying the difference between men and women in social support, resilience, and retirement readiness, there was a significant difference between the overall social support and the subvariables of emotional, intelligence, material, and retirement readiness, the physical. especially, Women had higher averages of social support, resilience, and retirement readiness than men. second, The relative impact of social support and resilience on retirement readiness is In model 1, men have family type, living conditions, and final education, and women have living conditions, average monthly income, In Model 2 and Model 3, both men and women showed the same trend. Model 2 shows living conditions, average monthly income, social support, Model 3 had a significant effect on living conditions, social support, and resilience. Namely, Both men and women recognized that social support and resilience had the greatest relative effect on retirement readiness, which was the main variable. Through this study, the middle-aged generation especially, It is significant in suggesting the need to find ways of social support for women and to increase resilience.
  • 10.

    A Study on the Re-recognition of symbolism in Ancestral Memorial Rites Arrangement

    lee chul young , Park Chae-Won | 2022, 7(4) | pp.85~95 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study intends to analyze the meaning of symbolism in ancestral memorial rite arrangemen from the view that ancestral worship connecting traditional society with modernity are the transmission of ritual. It appears as a change the theory of Yin-Yang and Five Elements that became the basis and ideology about the Confucian view of life and death, an understanding of the universe structure, and a change in the four seasons. Ancestral memorial rite arrangements acknowledge the existence of ancestors. And it is understood as a ceremonial instrument which the living and the dead communicate spatially with time through the symbolic system. In addition, the four seasons, spaces of the sky〮ground and underground were symbolized and embodied through the selection and arrangement of ancestral memorial rites. In the modern ancestral memorial rite arrangement, the factors that determine the location require Time-space analysis of the target. This is because the offering is understood not only as a functional role but also as a temporal and spatial symbolism to be expressed through the offering. In this study, it is meaningful to consider it from the perspective of inheritance of ancestral worship culture through discussions about the ideological background and symbolic system that appeared in ancestral memorial rite arrangement
  • 11.

    The Impact of Chinese SMEs' Financial Structure on Innovation Efficiency

    Wang Yiqi , Jae-Yeon Sim | 2022, 7(4) | pp.97~108 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This paper examined the impact of financing structure on the innovation efficiency of SMEs by constructing an econometric model using panel data of SMEs listed on the SME board from 2010 to 2020 as the research sample. The innovation efficiency of SMEs was measured by the Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA), the relationship between financing structure and innovation efficiency of SMEs was examined with the help of the Tobit model, and the corresponding heterogeneity analysis was conducted. Finally, the robustness of the model was tested. It was concluded that the effects of debt and equity financing on the quantitative efficiency of innovation were non-linear and mainly showed an inverted "U" shaped relationship. For innovation quality efficiency, bond financing could positively contribute, while equity financing negatively inhibits. Finally, the corresponding advice was given.
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    Research on China's Internet Financial Risk Supervision and Countermeasures

    Yuan Zhao , Jae-Yeon Sim | 2022, 7(4) | pp.109~119 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In recent years, China's Internet finance industry is hot. There is no doubt that Internet finance has been fully integrated into China, forming a new form of financing, and rapidly becoming a new channel for investment and financing in China, shouldering the responsibility of inclusive financing and building China's real economy. However, with investment, there are risks. Based on the panel data of China's Internet financial platform, this paper uses the random effect model to study the influencing factors of Internet financial risks, and draws three conclusions: (1) The user funds and platform funds of the financial platform will be managed separately by the bank, which can effectively reduce the risk of financial transactions on the Internet; (2) The risk of Internet financial transactions can be effectively reduced by avoiding the concentration of platform funds in the hands of a few borrowers through regulatory policies; (3) The liquidity control of funds effectively reduces the risk of Internet financial transactions. Based on the conclusions, we propose optimization strategies for regulatory policies to achieve the healthy and sustainable development of Internet finance.