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Volume 11, Issue 12 - Dec 2011
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Design and Implementation of the Perception Mechanism for the Agent in the Virtual World
Park, Jae-Woo ; Jung, Geun-Jae ; Park, Jong-Hee ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 1~13
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.001
In order to create an intelligent autonomous agent in virtual world, we need a sophisticated design for perception, recognition, judgement and behavior. We develop the perception and recognition functions for such an autonomous agent. Our perception mechanism identifies lines based on differences in color, the primitive visible data, and exploits those lines to grasp shapes and regions in the scene. We develop an inferencing algorithm that can infer the original shape from a damaged or partially hidden shape using its characteristics from the ontology in order to intelligently recognize the perceived shape. Several individually recognized 2D shapes and their spatial relations form 3D shapes and those 3D shapes in turn constitute a scene. Each 3D shape occupies its respective region, and an agent analyzes the associated objects and relevant scenes to recognize things and phenomena. We also develop a mechanism by which an agent uses this recognition function to accumulate and use her knowledge on the scene in the historical context. We implement these functions presented above against an example situation to demonstrate their sophistication and realism.
Health Information Monitoring System using Context Sensors based Band
Chung, Kyung-Yong ; Lee, Young-Ho ; Ryu, Joong-Kyung ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 14~22
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.014
It is important for the strategy of service to provide the health information in the environment that the healthcare has been changed focusing on the preventive medicine. Recently, the various applications of u-healthcare have been presented by researchers. In this paper, we proposed the health information monitoring system using the context sensors based band. By wearing the proposed hand, the health status is gathered and vital signals are transmitted to the connected UMPC. It can be easily monitored according to the user locations in real time. To provide the health index according to the temperature, the air conditioning, the illumination, the humidity, and the ultraviolet rays, we use the various XML links extracted from RSS of the Korea Meteorological Administration. The health information is analyzed in terms of factors, such as, the asthma index, the stroke index, the skin disease index, the pulmonary disease index, the pollen concentration index, and the city high temperature index. Ultimately, this paper suggests empirical application to verify the adequacy and the validity with the proposed system. Accordingly, the satisfaction and the quality of services will be improved the healthcare.
U-health Service Model for Managing Health of Chronic Patients in Multi-platform Environment
Park, Dong-Kyun ; Kim, Jong-Hun ; Kim, Jae-Kwon ; Jung, Eun-Young ; Lee, Young-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 23~32
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.023
U-health services have been progressed as treatment and management for specific diseases and prevention services for providing the behavior management to customers according to the increase in chronic patients. The conventional U-health services provide required services and bio-information monitoring only through remote diagnoses and counsels and that represent limitations in preventing and managing metabolic syndrome patients like chronic patients. Thus, in this study a multi platform based U-health service model for managing the health of chronic patients is proposed. The multi-platform based U-health service model can provide continuous health information, diet, and exercise services regardless of the location of customers through PCs and smart phones. In addition, it is able to provide prescription services to doctors and nurses using a CDS (Clinical Decision Support) module based on clinical information. Doctors can identify the life pattern of patients through a behavior modification program and provide customized services to patients. The U-health service model provides effective services in multi-platform environments to customers and that will improve the health of chronic patients.
Design and Implementation of Wireless Multicommunication Circuit Based On USN
Sim, Gab-Sig ; Jang, Jae-Hyuk ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 33~42
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.033
In this paper we designed and implemented a wireless communication circuit which can control the remote devices integrating RFID and ZigBee. This system unifies transmit part and receive part. And this system recognizes RFID tag data, then the recognized information is controlled by MCU, and transmitted to a remote device through the ZigBee. This is operated on TinyOS. If this system is applied to a entrance security system, it can permit/deny one's entrance as well as control the personal computer or other electronic devices. Our experiment shows the result of the recognized data transmission is very different according to a opened playground and a closed place. The data transmission time is stable in the indoor and the data transmission distance is long in the outdoor. We anticipate that our system be applied the various office oriented domains by connecting to the Wired LAN or the WLAN of IEEE 802.11x category.
Evaluation Model of Business process Contextual Situations using goal-scenario
Baek, Su-Jin ; Ko, Jong-Won ; Song, Young-Jae ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 43~50
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.043
The scope of the problems that could be solved by monitoring and the improvement of the recognition time is directly correlated to the performance of the management function of the business process. However, the current event-managing monitoring system and the real-time advanced alarming business monitoring system decided whether to apply warnings or not by assuming a fixed environment and showing expressions based on the design rules. Therefore, there is a limit for distinguishing the range of occurrence and the level of severity in regard to the new external problems occurring in a complicated environment. Such problems cannot be abstracted. In this paper, evaluation model of business process contextual situations using goal scenario is suggested to provide constant services through the current monitoring process in regard to the service demands of the new scenario which occurs outside. The new demands based on the outside situation are analyzed according to the target scenario for the process activities. Also, a similar process model is found and identified by combining similarity and interrelationship. The process can be stopped in advance or adjusted to the wanted direction.
Development of Real-time Underground Utilities Management System using Real-time Kinematics Systems and 3D Game Engines
Kim, Sung-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 51~58
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.051
This paper describes a development of system that enables the user to manage and display from 3D viewer after at real-time saves attribute informations in DBMS using RTK systems and 3D game engines. The 3-dimensional game engines for this system will be input a attribute values of underground utilities which is measured from RTK systems with wireless network. This system which sees does to make be a possibility of managing creation, elimination, modification for the underground utilities from 3-dimensional viewer. The coordinates about the underground utilities measures with GPS. The base reference point for RTK systems uses one in reference points which are measured in existing. GPS coordinates revised a reference point in standard. The 3-dimensional game engines are having the function which manages the underground utilities with 3-dimensions. The function is the same as wireless network of RTK systems, 3-dimensional display for terrain and underground utilities, input and registration for attribute of underground utilities, etc. The system which sees will be able to prevent the various accident which is caused by in the spatial location coordinate which underground utilities is inaccurate. And the system which sees is accurate is a possibility of managing and the application possibility is high very. Finally, this system could be applied very usefully from the point of view which starts a new town development.
Analysis of Infoshade of Displacement Map for Making Digital Contents
Park, Keong-Cheol ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 59~67
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.059
Digital Contents have been considered as major parts in the areas, such as design, cartoon, video and etc. A number of Digital Contents are made with the works of popular computer program, Photoshop, and used in some courses of making works. Channel is obviously regarded as a high-level function among others in using Photoshop, even though it hinder a lot of users in understanding the way and the principle to use. Channel and Displacement Map have something in common, because they share the infoshade of channel. The infoshade is the information of 256 levels which consists of black and achromatic colors between white and black color. The infoshade of Channel is used as a concept of movement in Displacement Map. Displacement Map analyzes infoshade in 'Displacement map images' and transfer the pixels of original images under the application of displacement map. This means that the infoshade of Channel can be made for the application with characteristic of movement. This study was carried out to analyze the principle of application of infoshade in 'Displacement Map' with Photoshop. Thus, the central aim of this study is not so much studying engineering algorithm as studying and analyzing the principle of Channel's infoshade through studying how the infoshade of channel is applied in the work.
Correlation Research between Objective and Subjective Image Quality Assessment
Park, Hyung-Ju ; Har, Dong-Hwan ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 68~76
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.068
Due to the high interests of image quality by consumers, the concerned market becomes more heated. Recent digital camera development tendency shows to perform the higher image quality to meet consumers demand of quality satisfaction. However it is hard to confirm that development of objective image quality performance means positive subjective image quality preference. And also, we cannot find out the previous researches concerned on correlation between objective and subjective image quality comparison. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the consumers preferred images based on objective image quality performance. Throughout this paper, we analyze statistical correlation between the objective and subjective image quality assessment methods by using ISO standards. In these results, we try to find attributes that enhance image quality. We suggest not only to analyze and reflect on customers' preferences, but also to pursue the high quality image performance practically. We expect the results of this paper to positively influence product development.
An Educational Platform for Digital Media Prototype Development: an analysis and a usability study
Kim, Na-Young ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 77~87
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.077
The advent of new platforms each year along with the advancement of technology provides a new opportunity for digital media designers to develop creative and innovative contents. This phenomenon affect the same way the students that major in the digital media, and the use of the platforms that is based on the new technology in the development of contents gives a newer and useful opportunity for learning to the students who recently study the digital media area. As the main technology of the recent digital media that attract many students' attention, we are presenting virtual reality display, movement cognition, physical engine and the gesture interface, and developed the consolidated platform based on these four technologies, and designed them in a way that can be more easily implemented in a simpler way. In order to study the efficiency of the platform with the objective of the development of digital media contents, we have developed four different prototype contents, and have measured based on the user's preference, efficiency and satisfaction. In the results of usability evaluation, functionality, effectiveness, efficiency, satisfaction were rated as 'high'. This results shows that the suggested 3D platform environment provides students to develop a rapid prototype fast and easy, and this may have a positive influence on students major in the digital media to conduct creative development research.
A Consideration of Social Presence and Augmented Reality in Locative Media
Choi, Seung-Young ; Chang, Woo-Jin ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 88~101
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.088
Locative media is fundamentally different from traditional media in terms of being packed with user's space, place, and position nearby, which does not simply mean user's physical coordinates. This study has been started that I was drawn by the tendency of which current locative media contents are based on 'location-based information,' and closely related with 'Augmented Reality.' I wonder how media user's psychological experience/involvement are revealed when the media environment changes by the progress of technology. I wonder how media users perceive 'social presence' formed by locative media in current locative media environment. Particularly, the fact that user's perception of social presence formed in locative media conflicts with the previous computer-mediated communication(CMC)'s attributes deepened my curiosity. In this study, the idea of 'more-proper-construct' is suggested, the characteristics of social presence in current locative media is considered, and is investigated by qualitative methodology how the 'location-based' attributes and 'AR' contribute to forming the social presence.
Trait Factors of Smartphone Application Influencing the Formation of a Brand Image : Focusing on Department Store Applications
Kim, Ye-Ry ; Jang, Eun-Ji ; Choi, Jun-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 102~111
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.102
This paper aimed at smartphone applications of department store brands in order to examine the traits of applications for the brand image. The study carried out survey research with 114 smartphone users who experienced the application of a department store, assuming that the design, contents, ease of use, and community characteristics of the application would affect satisfaction and the brand image. This paper performed a confirmatory factor analysis, correlation analysis, and the test of a model using PLS. Results showed that the design and contents of the application affected the improvement of satisfaction and of a brand image, whereas ease of use did not affect satisfaction and brand image. Also, community was influential on satisfaction, whereas it was not influential on the improvement of a brand image. Satisfaction with the application showed a strong impact on the improvement of a brand image; thus, it was found necessary for upcoming brand applications to enhance satisfaction for building a positive brand image.
STOWAR : Selective Event Notification System for UCM Users
Lee, Mi-Hyang ; Yoon, June ; Lim, Young-Hwan ; Kang, Eui-Sun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 112~122
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.112
In this paper, we adopt a concept of UCM(User Created Market) to develop STOWAR system which is user can use their smart phone at anytime, anywhere to directly forming a market at virtual space and other's also can access to this market trade with other users. This system is optimized for effectiveness of information alert and ease way to access information by selective event notification feature which can expected with activation of service.
Extended Cartoon Rendering using 3D Texture
Byun, Hae-Won ; Jung, Hye-Moon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 123~133
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.123
In this paper, we propose a new method for toon shading using 3D texture which renders 3d objects in a cartoon style. The conventional toon shading using 1D texture displays shading tone by computing the relative position and orientation between a light vector and surface normal. The 1D texture alone has limits to express the various tone change according to any viewing condition. Therefore Barla et. al. replaces a 1D texture with a 2D texture whose the second dimension corresponds to the view-dependent effects such as level-of-abstraction, depthof-field. The proposed scheme extends 2D texture to 3D texture by adding one dimension with the geometric information of 3D objects such as curvature, saliency, and coordinates. This approach supports two kinds of extensions for cartoon style diversification. First, we support "shape exaggeration effect" to emphasize silhouette or highlight according to the geometric information of 3D objects. Second, we further incorporate "cartoon specific effect", which is examples of screen tone and out focusing frequently appeared in cartoons. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach through examples that include a number of 3d objects rendered in various cartoon style.
Analysis of Transcendental Fantasy Elements Appeared in Animation
-Based on Gilbert Durand's the Imaginary Structure-
Lim, Woon-Joo ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 134~141
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.134
This study attempts interpretation of the elements of transcendental fantasy appeared in animation. It is about the characteristics of the different spaces from the reality appeared in animation created out of imagination. In regard to the reason why such aspects of fantasy elements appeared in the whole work appear, it presents the three structures including divisional, fantasy and comprehensive structures and characteristics of spatial images of imagination presented in Gilbert Durand's "Les Strutures anthropologiques de l'Imaginaire", through visual nature, depth, and maldistribution. Thus, this study examines the elements in animation
. Transcendental fantasy elements give abstract concepts to certain images as it specifically describes them in reality. The fantasy elements operate when it is viewed through the sensibility of the characters. This study attempts to closely approach the issues on how fantasy elements operate in animation.
Pasteur Brand Storytelling Campaign
Lee, Yong-Jae ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 142~149
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.142
This study analyzed the brand storytelling campaign of Pasteur drink-type yogurt 'Quebyon'. The basic idea of research comes from how unique brand name is able to success in Korean yogurt market. Pasteur storytelling campaign has focused on the product's branding and positioning. For analyzing the research, Brand Stewardship Model(BSM) which based on consumers' perspectives has been used. For successful storytelling campaign of Pasteur, strong brand name is needed. Pasteur has decided the brand name 'Quebyon' which means good movement of the bowels in accordance with the research results. And the positioning has been decided 'attack inside (the body) if it does not evacuate'. For powerful positioning, three criterions are decided. They are including harmony with the brand name, differentiation with competitors and easiness with memory. Finally, the Pasteur product dominates the Korean Bulgarian-style yogurt market. The success comes from the harmonizing of Quebyon yogurt's branding and positioning. In other words, the branding and positioning strategies were working effectively to the consumers. In conclusion, this study has proved why branding and positioning strategies are so important in brand storytelling campaign.
Relationship between the Service Quality of Dance Performance Halls and Satisfaction with Performance Halls as well as re-spectating
Kim, Sun-Jung ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 150~158
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.150
The purpose of this study is to investigate how the service quality of dance performance halls influences the satisfaction with performance halls and willingness of re-spectating. To perform this study, questionnaires were used and frequent analysis, factor analysis, correlation analysis, multiple regression analysis were used to analyze the collected data. Conclusions are as follows; First, the service quality of dance performance halls had an effect on the satisfaction of dance performance halls. Second, the service quality of dance performance halls had an effect on re-spectating. Third, the satisfaction with performance halls influenced the re-spectating. These results show that the higher the service quality becomes the more positive effect appears between the satisfaction of performance halls and re-spectating.
Characteristics of the Media Acting
Park, Ho-Young ; Min, Kyung-Won ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 159~169
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.159
Due to media's characteristics, the methods of acting expression in stage differ from that in media. However, actors playing in either genre use the same internalization as the basis of their performance. The acting arising from actors' internalization is the same in stage acting and media acting. Nevertheless, media acting, by its genre characteristics, requires a more delicate and natural acting than that in stage acting. Such is because media acting shows a far more detailed and amplified performance that is shown on screen. The purpose of this research is to examine how to differentiate the expression characteristics of media acting from the expression methods of stage acting. Through this research, I attempt to present the expression methods of media acting that can show real life acting reflecting media's distinct characteristics, with the aim of benefiting students who practice media acting or professional actors. Diverse expression methods presented by training of media acting are expected to enable actors engaged in this field to produce excellent outcomes through acting training to successfully bring out a realistic and convincing performance through internalization. And together with the opportunity to build delicate and detailed acting styles that are required in media acting, acting styles that are differentiated from those in stage acting will also be discussed.
Success Factors of Animation: A case study of Pororo
Kim, Doh-Yeon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 170~176
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.170
When the process of planning and production of Pororo is to be analyzed, scientific and meticulous contents planning which considered even cultural discount, and collaborative business partnership which maximized the strength of each participants are found to be the main success factors. Owing to them, Pororo has resulted in continuous profit making through various outlets, the production of series up to 4 seasons, and successful sales in foreign markets. However, OSMU strategy as the key business strategy was not intended from the stage of planning, but was resulted as the business process after good contents were created. In order to have more successful cases like Pororo, and to build a good animation industry ecosystem, efforts by the industry and effective supporting system by the governments should be met.
Operation of the Effective VMD utilizing the Information Design
Yang, Keun-Young ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 177~186
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.177
VMD should be shifted from the store for the exhibition to the top selling store, the store that has something people want to buy, the store where people want to visit and the store that is convenient for shopping. To become the top selling store by using VMD to the information design, the primary research has been conducted on the females in Gwangju Metropolitan City by the questionnaire on the propensity to consume and purchase type. The secondary research has been conducted on the females in university who are fashion conscious. The tertiary research, by the questionnaire, has been conducted on the apparel store at the department store in Gwangju Metropolitan City. As a result of the research, it can be said that the best effect of VMD has been shown in the department store, and as the overall problem, it has become obvious that the standardized design was followed without taking advantage of the characteristics of each store.
Dual Path Impacts of the Consumer Innovativeness in the New Products Adoption Situation
Kim, Hyung-Jun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 187~197
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.187
There are many researches about effects of consumer innovativeness on the new product adoption behavior. However most of these studies regard this construct as one dimensional concept so that the extant studies suggest very ambiguous results about the relationship between consumer innovativeness and adoption behavior. This study subdivides the construct as cognitive innovativeness and sensory one and suggest these two types of consumer innovativeness affect on the risk perception of the potential adopter differently when the consumer adopt new product. In the empirical research through regression analysis and structure equation model with 217 samples, the study shows the consumer who have high level of cognitive innovativeness are more sensitive to functional risk of new products compared to one who have high level of sensory innovativeness. On the other side, sensory innovative consumer perceive social risk more when they adopt new products than cognitive innovator who have higher level of cognitive innovativeness. The result means there are dual paths on the relationship between consumer innovativeness and new products adoption behavior. Unlike the early studies, this study shows that there's dual path in relationship between the consumer's innovativeness and new product adoption. That is the consumer who have higher sensory innovativeness perceive the social risk of new products more sensitively than functional risk but the consumer who have cognitive innovativeness perceive functional risk more. So, new product adoption behavior would be different depending on the sensory or cognitive innovativeness.
The Comparative Study on Bone Mineral Density Accessed by Quantitative Computed Tomography and Quantitative Ultrasound
Kim, Gi-Bum ; Ahn, Sung-Min ; Lee, Gui-Won ; Kim, Sung-Chul ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 198~203
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.198
The BMD difference depending on QCT and QUS, whose usages are recently being increased for the test of BMD, was accessed for 106 subjects of a general health examination who were aged between 24~69 year-old and results were derived as follows. The measured value of BMD by QCT and QUS showed significant correlation in general (p>0.05). In terms of the difference generated between the measurement methods depending on sexes, the female subjects showed significantly low T-score in the test made through QUS (p<0.05). Depending on ages, there was T-score difference among the subjects aged more than 40 year-old within significant range (p<0.05). When it came to the effect depending on heights and on weights, no group showed significant difference and in a group with less than 22.9 of BMI value, the T-score was measured significantly low when testing it through QCT while other groups were not affected by any testing methods. Likewise, it may require a different measurement method when it comes to the measurement of bone mineral density depending on sex, age, height, and BMI among patients. Thus, it suggests obtaining accurate data by conducting various testing methods in case of a special occasion.
Impact of the Radiation Absorbed dose on the Microelements of Tissues in Living Bodies
Ji, Tae-Jeong ; Kwak, Byung-Joon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 204~210
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.204
We looked into the content change of microelements participating in the metabolism among the impacts of radiation energy on living bodies. We irradiated X-rays of 1 Gy, 5 Gy and 10 Gy to the whole bodies of mice, and then analyzed the liver tissues. We found that the microelement content had changed in some elements compared with the control group. When it came to changes by radiation dose, there was no significant change with the absorbed level of 1 Gy, but the higher absorbed levels of 5 Gy and 10 Gy reduced the content of Ca and Mn. In particular, the Ca content was reduced the most, apparently causing symptoms such as muscle tension and chronic headache, etc. The increased element was Al, which was found to have increased by 100%. In regard to the content change according to the time elapsed after irradiation, the contents of Fe, Ba, etc. showed the tendency of reduction. The content of Cd, a harmful element, increased by 25%, and it seemed that the element was involved in the calcium metabolism. Therefore, cell damage by radiation energy is determined to have an impact on the content change of microelements and considered to be partly related to a cause of precursor symptoms.
Perception Level of Nurses and Auxiliary Nurses for Radiological technologist
Shin, Seong-Gyu ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 211~220
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.211
The study conducted a survey on the perception level for radiological technologists with 321 nurses and auxiliary nurses working at university hospitals in Busan in order to supply preliminary data to enhance the status as well as professional images of radiological technologists. The result shows the perception level of
with the highest score for the professional image and the lowest score for the business image. By question, 'they are professional' gets the highest score while 'they understand problems of patients well' gets the lowest. Among respondents, those who are well aware of education courses as well as leading organization of examination and who answer as a health care provider or a medical technician under the medical law show a high level of perception while those who answer as technician show a low perception level. Those who agree with radiologists as a career and consider their status as high in medical institutions have a high level of perception. In order to improve the perception level, individuals as well as associations' promotion and strategies are required to fix the title and enhance the negative images through active interests and kind attitudes toward patients. Also, efforts to escape from previous images limited to technical colleges, to vitalize academic conference and remedial education, and to frame the law of professional radiological technologists system are asked to heighten the qualification and status of radiological technologists. More than that, advertising and monitoring via mass media are needed to develop the image as professional career men as well.
Factor Analysis of the Korean-Child Behavior Checklist in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Park, Eun-Young ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 221~230
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.221
The purpose of this study was to examine validity of the Korean-Child Behavior Checklist: K-CBCL) as measures for emotional and behavioral problems for use with children with autism spectrum disorders. In present study, the factor of the K-CBCL was investigated, using data of 248 children with autism spectrum disorders, with 11.17 mean ages. The two factor model of Internalizing problems (Withdrawn, Somatic Complaints, Anxious/Depressed) and Externalizing problems (Delinquent Behavior, Aggressive Behavior) was investigated by the confirmatory factor analysis. The two factor model of K-CBCL was adequate for children with autism spectrum disorders. The inter-item consistency for the sub-factor of K-CBCL demonstrated on adequate reliability of the measure. Although the inter-item consistency of Withdraw, Social problems, Delinquent Behavior was not acceptable, the inter-item consistency of Internalizing, Externalizing and total problems were good. This results supported validity and reliability and suggested that K-CBCL is used to assess for emotional and behavioral problems in children with autism spectrum disorders.
Effect of Health Behavior and Obesity Indices on Blood Pressure in 20s Man
Kim, Chul-Gyu ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 231~238
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.231
This study was conducted to explore the effect of health behavior and obesity indices on blood pressure(BP) in 20s men. This was a retrospective exploratory study and the subjects were 214 men who participated in screening test for clinical trial at a tertiary hospital between October 2006 and April 2011. The proportion of normal SBP and DBP was 28.5% and 50.0%, respectively. BP was significantly higher in individuals who were hypertriglyceridemia and hypercholesterolemia than BP in subjects of opposing categories. DBP was significantly higher in individuals who were 25~29 years and smokers than DBP in subjects of opposing categories. The significant factors of increasing SBP were BMI and TG, and those for DBP were TC, TG, age, and smoking amount. In conclusion, these results demonstrate hypertention prevention program to include decreasing intake of TC and TG, maintaining normal BMI and quitting smoking needs to the young men in 20s.
Unnatural Dead Body Treatment by Police -Centering on Japanese Police System-
Lee, Sang-Won ; Lee, Seung-Chal ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 239~246
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.239
Korea has a problem in treating unnatural dead bodies; law enforcement police officers have a difficulty in analyzing an accurate cause of a death, for they are not specialized in autopsy. But they must take charge of the affair at a spot for the first time. Sometimes this may give an indulgence to a killer. It results in generating an unjust victim. So, a police activity in response to an unnatural dead body must be improved surely. As a response to it, this thesis scrutinizes the unnatural dead body treatment under the Japanese police system, taking a continental law, which has a legal structure similar to our's, and on the basis of it presents a suggestion in response to an unnatural dead body by Korean police. First, the system on treating the unnatural dead body has to be severe. Second, police engaging in treating the unnatural dead body have to take the education on treating dead bodies more deeply. Third, implements on treating dead bodies have to be secured.
Application and Process Standardization of Terminology Dictionary for Defense Science and Technology
Choi, Jung-Hwoan ; Choi, Suk-Doo ; Kim, Lee-Kyum ; Park, Young-Wook ; Jeong, Jong-Hee ; An, Hee-Jung ; Jung, Han-Min ; Kim, Pyung ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 247~259
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.247
It is necessary to collect, manage and standardize defense and technology terminologies which are used by defense-related agencies in the field of national defense science and technology. The standardization of terminology dictionary can eliminate confusion about terminology and increase accessibility for the terminology by offline and online services. This study focuses on building national defense science and technology terminologies, publishing dictionary including them, and improving information analysis in defense area. as well as take advantage of offline and online services for easy accessibility for the terminology. Based on the results of this study, the terminology data will be used as follows; 1) Defence science and technology terminology databases and its publication. 2) Information analysis in military fields. 3) Multilingual information analysis translated terms in the thesauri. 4) Verification on the consistency of information processing. 5) Language resources for terminology extraction.
The Team Structure Design, Team-Coaching, Team Development, and Team Performance of Cross-Functional Project Team
Park, Jong-Hyuk ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 260~273
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.260
Utilizing cross-functional project teams is an attractive organizing option, particularly in solving complex and innovative problems that require diverse sources of information, knowledge, and expertise brought by individuals from different functional backgrounds. This study is aiming at finding the group dynamics surrounding and inside the teams for the better understand what makes cross-functional project teams effective. Adopting variables from small group research and organizational context research, I extract critical antecedents, mediator, and team-coaching that lead to team performance. Data from 32 cross-functional project teams consisting of 214 individual respondents are analyzed through regression analyses for hypotheses testing. Results of the analyses demonstrate that the team process and team performance are significantly affected by the composition of competence in team and team compensation. Also I find that team-coaching as a leadership behavior has influence on team process and team performance. Some implications, future research directions, and limitations are discussed.
Effects of Transformational Leadership and Training Program on the Organizational Performance: Focused on Positive Psychology and Perceived Organizational Support
Song, Jin-Gu ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 274~288
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.274
The study empirically examines if transformational leadership and implementation of corporate training programs positively affect employees' affirmative psychology toward the organization, which has been actively studied in 2000s meeting the needs of the times. The study, further, examines if the employees' affirmative psychology toward organization has any significant relationship with perceived organizational support, The study finally examines if the perceived organizational support has any influence on organizational performance. Researchers have recently studied on these issues, but there have been few empirical studies. In addition to those causal relationships, the study also examines how the employees' affirmative psychology toward organization and perceived organizational support moderate those relationships, if any, among the variables, by which the study would contribute to building theoretical foundation of affirmative psychology. The results show that all the studied relationships be accepted as hypothesized, which may imply that leaders should exploit their own leadership capacity and organizations should improve their corporate training programs, which may consequently have positive impacts on organizational performance.
Effect of the Career Women's Leadership Competences on the Job and Organization Life Satisfaction and the Willing to the Career Path Development
Park, Min-Ah ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 289~299
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.289
This study on the (employment) women's leadership competencies was tested with career paths development and job and organizational life satisfaction. The hypotheses and research model were set based on previous studies. To the total 250 samples(;employed and married women) were on survey about leadership competencies, career paths development, and job and organizational life satisfaction. And then, Frequency analysis, descriptive statistics, and structural equation modeling were carried out of the validity verification. Amos7.0 and Spss15.0 were used for statistical processing of results on surveys. One of the major results in this study, the (employment) women's leadership competencies in both job and organizational life satisfaction and career paths development had positive influence. In particular, it was found that job and organizational life satisfaction was operated as a parameter into career paths development.
Effects of Internal Marketing, Organizational Commitment and Business Performance : Focused on the Nurses
Lee, Seon-Hye ; Moon, Myeong-Ja ; Kim, Ji-Mee ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 300~310
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.300
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between internal marketing, organizational commitment and business performance. Therefore this study is helped to build the strategies that is more efficient internal marketing and organizational commitment for the hospital business. A cross-sectional design was used, with a convenience sample of 284 registered nurses from two university hospitals, two general hospitals and two maternal-child hospital in one region. Collected data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, Pearson's correlation coefficient and multiple regression through the SPSS WIN program. The predicting factors for communication and organizational commitment had the explanation power of 41.5% in business performance by the individual. The hospital size, compensation and segmentation system comprise about 53.2% of business performance by the organizations. So, nursing leaders should be interest in the strategies for good business performance. It is possible that they implement the policies to suitable internal marketing strategies and the program to improve organizational commitment for nurses.
Persuasive Communication Strategy of Showhost in TV Homeshopping
Lee, Jung-Hun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 311~320
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.311
This study analyzed the persuasive marketing communication strategy which applied by showhost for TV homeshopping sales. Specifically, the current study focuses on the comparative analysis of tangible goods and intangible goods sales. Four sales homeshopping TV programs were selected for analysis: two overseas travel package products, one climbing clothes product and one produce of walnut. The method of rhetorical content analysis was conducted to analyze the strategy of persuasive communication. The results shows that
were commonly used for both tangible and intangible products sales. But
were heavily utilized only for intangible products sales. The result of this study can contribute to provide theoretical background for future advanced research, although it has a limitation of only analyzing four sales programs.
Effect of Perceived Value on Customer Satisfaction in Reward Programs of Tele-Communication Firms -Focusing on the Moderating Effect of Sex Role-
Kang, Yong-Soo ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 321~330
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.321
This study focuses on the moderating effect of sex role on the relationship between perceived values on the reward program of tele-communication firms and customer satisfaction. To test moderating effect, Difference test for distinct parameters in Amos 18.0 program was used. Results show that both kind of perceived values(utilitarian value and hedonic value) have a significant effect on customer satisfaction. And the moderating effect of sex variable was verified. For male, hedonic value has influenced on the customer satisfaction more than utilitarian value. And for female, reversely, utilitarian value has influenced on the customer satisfaction more than female value.
Linear Relationship between Terrestrial Advertising Rates and Viewer Ratings
Lee, Tae-Hee ; Yi, Jae-Kyung ; Kim, Myeong-Kyun ; Kim, Yong-Min ; Kim, Do-Hyeon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 331~341
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.331
The study empirically analyses a linear relationship between terrestrial advertising rates and viewer ratings. Consistent with the results of preceding studies, the present study finds a convex relationship between standard advertising rates and viewer ratings. However, after all other sales practices are taken into account, a linear relationship is documented between per-minute advertising revenue and viewer ratings. Absent the exact functional relationship between the two, it is hard to evaluate accurately how efficiently or inefficiently the current GS System has operated, but it tells us that a certain level of market mechanism prevailed within the system. The findings are consistent with the 1 Public-1 Private Media Representative alternative among many alternatives currently sought by the KCC should we accept the premise that the public aspect is as equally important as, if not more important than, the efficiency aspect of terrestrial broadcasting.
Hypotheses Analysis about the Efficacy of University-Industry Collaboration In the Field of Information Technology -The Case of IT Mentoring System-
Lee, Jung-Mann ; Ihm, Seung-Ho ; Hwang, Gyu-He ; Lee, Jin-Suk ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 342~352
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.342
This study is to verify hypotheses about the efficacy and success factors of the IT Mentor project(in which 524 students participated) which is one of the most best practices in Korea. The empirical results found that all the aspects of students, industrial experts, professors, support programs and other infrastructure have certain influences on the industry-academia cooperation. In addition, logit regression model was employed to investigate the efficacy factors of industry and university's satisfaction to IT mentor system. It showed that industry's satisfaction depends on students' participation in company's projects and students' improvements of major competence.
Introduction of Digital Media and Consequent New Risk Types -Focus on the Analysis of User Risk Perception and Risk Features of Smart Phones as Convergence Media-
Cho, Hang-Min ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 353~364
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.353
The present study began from the criticism that the discussions related to the existing digital media have focused on the technical productivity and effectiveness to focus on the positive perspective. Therefore, this study will concretely confirm the dangers that may be caused by digital media and confirm the overall risk perception for digital media such as the user's opinions for risk evaluations and risk management for such dangers. As a result of making the digital convergence media, the smart phone, as the detail study subject, the 17 risk types including the 'risks of financial dimensions, risks of social-cultural dimensions, risks of individual dimensions and risks of pathological dimensions' were classified. Furthermore, the users appeared to highly evaluate the seriousness and possibilities of risks as a result of analyzing the risk-factor per each risk type(risk magnitude
development possibility). Next, it appeared that the users did not have high degree of reliability for the government in the aspects of countermeasures and prevention of risks and appeared to highly evaluate their expectation and liability for their individual roles. If the seriousness and development possibilities, the evaluations for liability, preventative measures and post-management methods for the risks of smart phones can be thoroughly analyzed and applied, it will be able to expand them as significant political countermeasures that can reduce the risks of other digital media in the future.
Application of Conflict Management System and Proposal of Psychological Resolution Mechanisms
Kim, Gang-Min ; Kim, Jong-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 365~377
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.365
In conclusion, the systemic environment was shown that negative environment was being created to deepen conflict, and the conflict processes could be changed in either positive or negative directions by the psychological environment and psychological resolution mechanisms proposed afterward. As the result that the psychological environment was improved into aggressive mood with constant communication effort with the interested parties, the psychological resolution mechanism was also presented in the suitable forms of aggressive communication. On the contrary, if developed psychologically negative environment, the psychological resolution mechanism was also negatively affecting the conflict processes with dogmatic and consistent response rather than flexible response suitable to the situations.
An Analysis of the Factors Affecting Local University Students' Halting Their Academic Studies and Satisfaction with Their Campus Life
Kim, Kyung-Hee ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 378~387
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.378
This study was aimed to obtain basic data with the intention of lowering the motives of local university students' halting their studies through an analysis of the factors affecting their academic interruption and satisfaction with their campus life. The result of this study is as following. First, it was found that the factors affecting their academic interruption included social variables, sense of self-respect, educational services, home environment, personal interest, academic abilities and so on. It was noted that the factors of personal interest and self-respect had the most significant effects on their academic interruption, statistically. Second, it was shown that the factors such as self-respect, educational services and personal interest had significant effects statistically on satisfaction with their campus life. Third, it turned out that there were significant differences in satisfaction with their campus life between those who considered halting their studies and those who did not. Therefore, concrete efforts at the university level should be put into practice to enhance students' self-respect for and satisfaction with their universities.
Competitive Models of Organizational Commitment, Work Values and Job Satisfaction of the Middle Management in Hotel Enterprises
Park, Suk-Jin ; Kim, Tae-Heon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 388~398
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.388
This study analyzes a correlation between organizational commitment, work values, job satisfaction and loyalty of the middle management in hotel enterprises. In other words, this research aims at drawing up theoretical and working-level implication through establishing the competition model of parameters and independent variables, which have an effect on loyalty of the middle management in hotels. Analysis showed that work values of the middle management play not a key role to mediate between organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and that internal values are higher than external values in route analysis of work values. Meanwhile, it was analyzed that the middle management of hotels make a long-service commitment with great satisfaction on the job. But there was no connection between their job satisfaction and loyalty. Consequently, it was confirmed through the analysis of the competition model that they rather attach significance to internal values and specificity of the hotelier than their satisfaction with work because of economic stability, and the loyalty of the middle management responds sensitively to the organizational commitment variables as a permanent job, sense of belonging, self-esteem.
Relationship between Internal Marketing Secondary Physical for Physical Education Teachers' Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment
Park, Jung-Shim ; Choo, Na-Young ; Cho, Song-Hyun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 399~408
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.399
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between internal marketing and job satisfaction and organizational commitment of secondary physical education teachers. The subject who 286 people worked for secondary physical education teachers in Busan, using cluster random sampling. Finally 258 questionnaires were analyzed using SPSS 15.0 and the results were as follows. First, internal marketing had an effect on job satisfaction of secondary physical education teacher. Second, internal marketing had an effect on organizational commitment of secondary physical education teacher. Third, job satisfaction of secondary physical education teacher had an effect on organizational commitment.
Substitute or Complementary among Types of Special Interest Tourism and A Causal Relationship between Total Individual Tourism Demand and Each Types -Application of Correlation Analysis and Econometrics Models-
Gwak, Gang-Hee ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 409~418
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.409
An aims of this study is to examine substitute or complementary among types of special interest tourism and a causal relationship between total individual tourism demand and each types. Of 500 surveyed respondents in Seoul, 348 was valid to analyse. As statistical analysis method, correlation analysis was utilized for substitute or complementary and Econometrics models were applied for causal relationship. The results of this study demonstrate that agro tourism and ocean tourism lie on substitute which means competitive. Also, ocean tourism has had more impacted on total individual tourism demand than any other types of special interest tourism.
Effect of Recreation Specialization on Environmental Attitude: Focused on College Students Participating in Sport Clubs
Hwang, Sun-Hwan ; Jo, Woog-Yeon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 419~427
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.419
In modern society, the importance of leisure has been already recognized widely. Recently, interest in participation in more active leisure activities is growing. Furthermore, environmental concerns stemmed from global warming came to the fore. Thus, the purpose of the current study was to examine the effect of recreation specialization representing people who are participating in more active leisure activities on environmental attitudes. A total of 393 college students participating in physically active club activities were selected for this study. Main findings were as follows; First, overall recreation specialization had strong positive effect on environmental attitude. Second, out of sub-factors of recreation specialization, affective specialization had positive influence on environmental attitude. Finally, out of sub-factors of affective specialization, attraction positively affected environmental attitude. This study suggests that individuals who participate in leisure activities more actively are more conscious of environmental problems.
Relationships between Leisure Constraint, Leisure Constraint Negotiation, Participation for Chinese Students Studying in Korea
Kim, Jong-Ho ; Jo, Woog-Yeon ; Xing, Cao ; Hwang, Sun-Hwan ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 428~437
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.428
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between leisure constraint, leisure constraint negotiation and leisure participation of Chinese students studying in Korea. A total of 210 respondents, participating in the athletic competition for Chinese students, were selected to conduct this study, using the purposive sampling method. Finally, 194 surveys except 17 respondents, were used for this study. The reliability of the questionnaire was analyzed using Cronbach's
with SPSS 18.0 and the Simple Regression Analysis and Multiple Regression Analysis were conducted. As a result, Main findings were as follows; First, leisure constraint had a positive relationship with leisure constraint negotiation. Specifically, leisure constraint had an influence on 'leisure activity partner search' and 'leisure activity intensity control effort' out of leisure constraint negotiation strategies. Second, leisure constraint had a negative relationship with leisure participation. Third, leisure constraint negotiation had no significant influence on leisure participation.
Activation Programs of Temple Stay for Low Carbon Green Growth
Shin, Hyun-Kyu ; Shin, Hong-Chul ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 438~447
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.438
With the development of tourism the desire for a variety of tours for visitors was occurred. Accordingly, to meet the needs of tourists for the development of various tourism products is necessary. In addition to the occurrence of environmental problems needs to develop enviromental tourism products. In this study refocus on rapidly developed templestay and difference of life quality between before experienced templestay and after experienced templestay as product development of low-carbon green was to explore the possibilities. The findings were as follows. First, the increase of age, they satisfacted temples experience like meditation, tea ceremony and Buddhist cultural experience. 11 questions of life quality, 9 items showing significant differences in the quality of life in it will be useful temple stay was used.
Analysis on the Competition among Tourism Information Media through the Theory of the Niches
Paek, Ji-Hyeon ; YiKook, Jou-Yeon ; Kim, Hyo-D. ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 448~458
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.448
The availability of many smartphone applications and ubiquitous Wi-Fi technology has greatly spread the uses of smartphones. Particularly smartphones with the locative media services in tourism are booming because location-based technology such as GPS is well suit with tourism and tourists' needs. Smartphones also overcome the technological limit of traditional information media such as printed book, newspaper, etc. Based on the Niche Theory, the study examines the competitive relationships among information media that are used in tourism including smartphones, traditional paper publications, and computers. The paper also examines the niche of each medium based on the theory and finds which medium is more effective and preferred by people who utilize the services before and during their travel.
Public Transportation Information Profit Model in Using CVM(Focused on BIT)
Park, Bum-Jin ; Moon, Byeong-Sup ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 459~467
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.459
BIS(Bus Information Systems) supplies the bus arrived time information for users in using BIT(Bus Information Terminal) installed on the bus stop. BIT is the device using peoples directly. So, BIT need a quick response when it flew. These are an important factor in the strategy of the BIS maintenance. BIT need a maintenance cost to operate smoothly. So, Suppose that commercial advertisement can be displayed on BIT screen in this study. And we researched an advertisement rates of the optimum level in using Contingent Valuation Method. In addition, we analyzed a characteristic of user's depending on each time using multinomial Logit Modeling method, and studied for BIT operation and ad. displaying strategy considered user's sex, ages and using times.
Fuel Cell Catalyst Optimization by Six Sigma
Kim, Se-Hyun ; Kim, Sun-Hoe ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 468~474
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.468
Reducing agent was used as process variable for Pt catalyst production process. By using six sigma the optimum operating variables condition for particle size and ICP yield were deduced. With the help of fractional factorial design the major variables were reduction temperature and process time. Also, the optimum number of reduction process, reduction temperature, quantity of reducing agent and process time were 1,
, 0.5 ml and 10minutes, respectively.
Design of e-Learning System for Spectral Analysis of High-Order Pulse
Oh, Yong-Sun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 475~487
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.475
In this paper, we present a systematic method to derive spectrum of high-order pulse and a novel design of e-Learning system that deals with deriving the spectrum using concept-based branching method. Spectrum of high-order pulse can be derived using conventional methods including 'Consecutive Differentiations' or 'Convolutions', however, their complexity of calculation should be too high to be used as the order of the pulse increase. We develop a recursive algorithm according to the order of pulse, and then derive the formula of spectrum connected to the order with a newly designed look-up table. Moving along, we design an e-Learning content for studying the procedure of deriving high-order pulse spectrum described above. In this authoring, we use the concept-based object branching method including conventional page or title-type branching in sequential playing. We design all four Content-pages divided into 'Modeling', 'Impulse Response and Transfer Function', 'Parameters' and 'Look-up Table' by these conceptual objects. And modules and sub-modules are constructed hierarchically as conceptual elements from the Content-pages. Students can easily approach to the core concepts of the analysis because of the effects of our new teaching method. We offer step-by-step processes of the e-Learning content through unit-based branching scheme for difficult modules and sub-modules in our system. In addition we can offer repetitive learning processes for necessary block of given learning objects. Moreover, this method of constructing content will be considered as an advanced effectiveness of content itself.
Comparison of News Frames between National Newspapers and Local Newspapers about Selecting a Site of National Project
Lee, Seong-Neung ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 488~498
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.488
This study is an analysis of how national newspapers and local newspapers frame news contents over selecting of the site of International science-business belt. The results of analysis are as follows. First, in national newspapers, 'incompetent government frame' to criticize inconsistent policies and 'relapse prevention frame' were most commonly found. Second, newspapers in the region chosen as the site of an International Science-business belt and newspapers in the region not chosen showed a severe contrast in news frames. Most of news frames in the region chosen as the site of an International science-business belt were 'development frame' and 'performance frame'. On the other hand, newspapers in the region not chosen produced 'incompetent government frame' and 'protest frame' more than others. Finally, local newspapers in the area not related with the site of an International Science-business belt did not even deal with such an articles. These results show that to win large-scale national projects such as PIMFI facilities, local governments have been too much competitive and connected to a conflict.
Differences in After School Education Satisfaction according to the Types and the Degree of Learning Flow of After School in Middle School Student
Shin, Hyun-A ; Jang, Yoon-Ok ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 11, issue 8, 2011, Pages 499~511
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2011.11.8.499
The purpose of this paper was to investigate differences in middle school student's after school satisfaction according to the type and the degree of flow of after school. For the purpose of this paper, a survey was conducted including a questionnaire consisting of a general characteristic of the study object, a general characteristic of the after school class, learning-flow scale, and after school satisfaction scale. The subjects were 382 students who were selected at random from middle school students. Cronbach'
and MANOVA were employed for data analysis. The results were as follows: First, the students with special-ability aptitude class were more satisfied for after school instructors than the students with subject class. Second, the students with the degree of high learning-flow showed higher satisfaction in after school class curriculum, instructors, and educational facility than the degree of low learning-flow students. Third, among the students who were high in learning-flow, the students with special-ability aptitude class were more satisfied with after-school class curriculum and educational facility compared to the students with subject class.