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2021, Vol.6, No.4

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    Manufacturing of artificial lightweight aggregate from water treatment sludge and application to Non-point treatment filteration

    Sung-Un Jung | Seoung-Ho Lee | Hyun-min Namgung | 2021, 6(4) | pp.1~9 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to manufacture lightweight aggregates for recycling water treatment sludge, to identify the physical properties of the aggregates, and present a method of utilizing the manufactured lightweight aggregates. The chemical composition and thermal properties were examined via a raw materials analysis. The aggregate examined here was fired by the rapid sintering method and the single-particle density and water absorption rate were measured. Water treatment sludge has high ignition loss and high fire resistance. When 30wt% of purified sludge was added, the single-particle density of the aggregates was in the range of 0.8~1.2g/㎤ at a temperature of ,150~1,200℃. At temperatures of 1200℃ or higher, ultra-light aggregates having a single-particle density of 0.8 or less could be produced. When applied to concrete by replacing the general aggregate in the concrete, a specimen having strength values of 200 to 450 kgf/㎠ on 28 days was obtained, and when applied as a filter material, the performance was equal to or higher than that of ordinary sand.
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    Growth factors and promotion strategies of CJ E&M: Focusing on the diamond model analysis and 4P

    Kim JeongYeon | parksanghyeon | 2021, 6(4) | pp.11~21 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study tried to analyze the factors of corporate growth potential of CJ E&M, a representative company in the content industry. First, in order to analyze CJ E&M's growth Engine, Michael Porter's diamond model was used to review key factors, and then, based on the 4P model, directions for future corporate growth were suggested. As a Result, Factors behind corporate growth included "Media content of various genres" and "recruitment of star-class human resources", in terms of Production Conditions, and "Gratification Chinese market demand" in terms of Demand Conditions. In addition, "Korean wave industry aiming at K-Culture" in terms of Related Industry and "Two track strategy: global·glocal strategy" and "Media commerce strategy" in terms of business environment: strategy, structure, and competition was able to analyze. For the direction of development, there are "various products through collaboration of affiliated companies" in terms of Product and "TVING Benchmarked Netflix" in terms of Price. In addition, "global expansion through OTT platform TVING" in terms of place and "challenge marketing utilizing the Tiktok platform" in terms of promotion must be carried out.
  • 3.

    Status of Satisfaction with Settlement Conditions and Residential Environment of Chungnam-do Residents

    Sang-Ho Lim | 2021, 6(4) | pp.23~30 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is a study on the satisfaction of the living conditions of the residents of Chungcheongnam-do, and the analysis data was based on the results of the Chungcheongnam-do social survey conducted in 2020 by Statistics Korea. The results of the analysis on the satisfaction of the living conditions of the residents of Chungnam Province are summarized as follows. The level of satisfaction with the quality of life of the living environment, which is a personal characteristic, was 5.92 out of 10 for the degree of satisfaction with one's life, and 6.28 out of 10 for the overall value of the work one is doing. The overall life satisfaction of the region (city and gun) was analyzed as 5.81 out of 10, indicating that the satisfaction of Chungnam residents was more than average. In addition, satisfaction with the residential housing environment was analyzed with the highest frequency and ratio of 43.5%, with 226 people being slightly satisfied. Satisfaction with facility use was also slightly higher in 231 people, showing 44.5% response rate, and slightly higher in women than in men. This study is meaningful in that it provides basic data such as policy implications for improving the quality of life by grasping the social interests related to the quality of life and the subjective consciousness of the people of Chungnam.
  • 4.

    A Study on comparing competency of college students and construction company workers

    Taehong Hwang | 2021, 6(4) | pp.31~38 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study analyzed the non-cognitive domains (self-management competency, interpersonal relations competency) and cognitive domains (physical communication competency, comprehensive reasoning ability) among K-CESA for college students in the Division of Architecture at 00 University and construction company workers, after which a training program for college students was designed. A K-CESA diagnostic evaluation was conducted on 25 construction company workers and 36 students in the senior and junior years of the division of Architecture. To identify the discrepancies among the two groups, “One-way ANOVA", a mean difference test, was performed and the Scheffe verification system was conducted as an after-measure. The empirical analysis of this study was verified at the significance level p <.05, and statistical processing was analyzed utilizing the SPSS WIN. 23.0 program. The major findings are as follows: first, the significant point of difference between the college students and construction company workers were located in five skills (goal-oriented planning and execution skills, cooperative skills, intervention skills, leadership skills, speaking skills, analytical reasoning skills); second, the education program was developed to improve the goal-oriented planning, execution ability and analytical reasoning ability through the expert-required analysis and study research. Through follow-up studies, I suggested that there is a need to develop courses that compare the competencies of various majors and workers in public institutions, corporations and other organizations.
  • 5.

    A Study on Anxiety Reduction and Transitional object in Infants

    Seok-Min Yoon | 2021, 6(4) | pp.39~45 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study presented the role of the counselor's transitional object through literature research, focusing on Winnicott's theory. In the process of development, infants experience anxiety when they move from absolute dependence to relative dependence with their mother. In this way, the counselor's role as an transitional object buffers separation anxiety and depressive anxiety about the loss experience, and mediates from the omnipotent fantasy to the real world. transitional objects are new objects and have a function of contributing to adaptation in reality. And it leads to the stage of separation and individualization through transitional object and transitional phenomena. It can be said that he acquires a sense of the real other that exists in order to create and destroy omnipotent, and to adapt to reality. A good enough mother makes the child's omnipotence meaningful. In this case, the true self helps the infant's weak self to grow and lead him to live his own life. When the mother fails to satisfy the infant's needs, her fantasies and spontaneous impulses are lacking. In other words, when the mother fails to reflect the infant's needs, the infant looks at her mother's mood, giving up her true self and creating a false self. The pathology of the absolute dependence phase is caused by the failure of a good enough mother's empathy and nurturing environment. At this time, the child experiences the collapse of the omnipotence illusion and experiences annihilation anxiety. Therefore, effective counseling can be carried out when providing a comfortable and stable environment by reducing separation anxiety and depressive anxiety of clients through the role of the counselor's transitional object in the counseling field.
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    A Study on the Effect of Collective Art Treatment based on Reminiscence Therapy on the Depression, Interpersonal, Relationships, and the Subjective Sense of Happiness among the Elderly with Dementia

    Gyoung Hwa Kim | 2021, 6(4) | pp.47~58 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of reminiscence-based collective art therapy on the depression, interpersonal relationships, and the subjective sense of happiness among the elderly with dementia. The study was conducted on 30 volunteers with dementia aged 65 or older attending the S Weekly Care Center located in S-gun as subjects during the period between November 7, 2020 and January 2, 2021 with one session week for a total of 12 sessions. The SPSS 24.0 statistics program has been used for various data analyses, including confidence verification, cross tabulation analysis, independent sample T-test, 3×2 multi-variant analysis. The study findings are as follows. First, the collective art therapy based on reminiscence therapy is effective in reducing the depression among the elderly with dementia. Second, the collective art therapy based on reminiscence therapy is effective in promoting interpersonal relationships among the elderly with dementia. Third, the collective art therapy based on reminiscence therapy is effective in improving the subjective sense of happiness among the elderly with dementia. Therefore, the reminiscence-based collective art therapy is found to serve as an effective means to relieve depression, improve interpersonal relationships and to promote a subjective sense of happiness among elderly people witn dementia.
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    Effects Of Collective Art Therapy on The Depression, Communication, Self-Efficacy, and the Subjective Happiness of the Elderly with Dementia

    Gyoung Hwa Kim | 2021, 6(4) | pp.59~68 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study has identified the effect of reminiscence-based collective art therapy on the depression, interpersonal relationships, and the subjective sense of happiness among the elderly with dementia. The study was conducted on 30 volunteers with dementia aged 65 or older attending the S Weekly Care Center located in S-gun as subjects during the period between November 7, 2020 and January 2, 2021 with one session week for a total of 12 sessions. The SPSS 24.0 statistics program has been used for various data analyses, including confidence verification, cross tabulation analysis independent sample T-test, 3×2 multi-variant analysis, and the intergroup independent sample T-test between the groups. The study findings are as follows, First, the collective art therapy based on reminiscence therapy is effective in reducing the depression among the elderly with dementia. Second, the collective art therapy based on reminiscence therapy is effective in promoting interpersonal relationships among the elderly with dementia. Third, the collective art therapy based on reminiscence therapy is effective in improving the subjective sense of happiness among the elderly with dementia. These study findings are meaningful in that they have provided an informative basic data on the reminiscence-based collective art therapy.
  • 8.

    Political Instability and Inward Foreign Direct Investment: The Perspective of Government Corruption from an Emerging Economy

    Syed Asad Abbas Bokhari | Muhammad Aftab | Manzoor Shahid | 2021, 6(4) | pp.69~81 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Pakistan is a South Asian auspicious developing country. Based on the corruption perception index report 2020 by transparency international, Pakistan has ranked 124 with total scores of 31 globally and 188 ranks with a score of -2.25 in terms of political stability ranging from 0 (lowest) to 100 (highest). More crucially, the inflow of foreign direct investment toward Pakistan has declined between 2008 and 2019. Though political instability and government corruption have both positive and negative linear relationships with foreign direct investment, we tested the moderating impact of government corruption between political instability and inward foreign direct investment over time. We also tested the relationship between political instability and inward foreign direct investment in different phases of political regimes in the same country. Our results suggested that authoritarian regimes attracted more inward foreign direct investment than that during democratic periods of government. Furthermore, we found that there was low inward foreign direct investment when government corruption was high in the country. However, government corruption weakened the positive relationship between political instability and inward foreign direct investment (FDI).
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    A Comparative Study of Nursing Homes Competitiveness in China's Eastern Areas Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process Method

    Ting Chu | Sim, Jaeyeon | 2021, 6(4) | pp.83~93 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This work aims to use the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) tool to develop the model of industrial competitiveness in the nursing homes of eleven provinces in east China. The original data is from China Civil Affairs Statistical Yearbook 2020. The results show that Jiangsu province has the highest competitiveness in the elderly care industry among the eleven provinces in east China, and Hainan province has the lowest competitiveness. The competitiveness of the elderly care industry varies among the eleven provinces in east China. The ratios of beds to medical staff, the ratio of nursing homes, per capital fixed assets in nursing homes, and the number of unable self-care elderly are the four main influential factors across the competitiveness of the elderly care industry and indicates that the nursing homes competitiveness is affected by multiple factors from multiple levels. A differentiated strategy should be taken according to the circumstances in different provinces to rationally develop the elderly care industry, improving efficiency, the level, and quality of services in the nursing homes.
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    A Study on the Co-Relation of Organizational Culture and Organizational Commitment Among Startup Companies Employees

    Syed Asad Abbas Bokhari | Muhammad Aftab | Manzoor Shahid | 2021, 6(4) | pp.95~103 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Startup enterprises are expanding at an alarming rate in both industrialized and developing countries simultaneously. Many difficulties confront young entrepreneurs in terms of organizational and human resource management. As a result, it is critical to research startup enterprises because they have received little attention from the scientific community. In this study, we solely considered new startup enterprises operating at the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) level in a developing country (Pakistan). The information was gathered through a survey method from ten businesses located in the metropolitan metropolis of Lahore. The correlation analysis was conducted to determine whether or not the hypothesized relationship between research variables was true. We discovered a positive and statistically significant association between all of the proposed hypotheses. The findings of this study have significant implications for industry, academics, and policymakers.