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An Empirical Study on the Influence of Hypersensitiveness in Accident Reports and Usefulness on Receptiveness of Atomic Power Generation
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An Empirical Study on the Influence of Hypersensitiveness in Accident Reports and Usefulness on Receptiveness of Atomic Power Generation
Rho, Hyung-Jin;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to study the influence of hypersensitiveness in accident reports and usefulness on admission of atomic power generation. By the result of study we can look forward to understanding obstacles and promotion factors in constructing atomic power plants. The results of hypothesis testing can be summarized as follows: First, the hypothesis that hypersensitiveness in accident reports has a plus effect on reliability is accepted. Secondly, the hypothesis that hypersensitiveness in accident reports has a plus effect on anxiety is accepted. Thirdly, the hypothesis that reliability has a plus effect on anxiety is accepted. Fourthly, the hypothesis that reliability has a minus effect on receptiveness is accepted. Fifthly, the hypothesis that anxiety has a minus effect on receptiveness is accepted. Sixthly, the hypothesis that usefulness has a minus effect on necessity is accepted. Seventhly, the hypothesis that usefulness has a plus effect on receptiveness is rejected. Eighthly, the hypothesis that necessity has a minus effect on receptiveness is accepted.
 Keywords
atomic power plants;hypersensitiveness;usefulness;receptiveness;reliability;anxiety;necessity;
 Language
Korean
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