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Volume 15, Issue 12 - Dec 2015
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Implementation of Automatic Chord Score Generating Program Based on Genetic Algorithm
Kim, Sehoon ; Kim, Paul ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.001
Generating chord score based on melody is essential for composition and arrangement, while it is picky for amateurs who do not have harmonics knowledges. To solve this problem, we developed automatic chord score generating program, ACGP. Based on genetic algorithm, it successfully reflects diverse hormonic factors and the mood of the music. User interface was also implemented so that anyone can use the program conveniently. Additional analysis was conducted to prove the utility of ACGP.
Interaction and Interface Design of Smart Watches
Lim, Da-Eun ; Wang, Lin ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 11~20
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.011
Recently, with the market of smart phones slowing down, more attention is paid to wearable devices. It was suggested that 2013 was the "year of the smart watch", due to that the majority of major consumer electronics manufacturers were undertaking work on a smart watch device. However there are still many issues on the interaction and interface design of smart watches. This study reviewed related literatures and evaluated the interaction methods, interface and content design of current smart watches. Based on that, future research directions were proposed. The research results have significant meanings for the guidance of future directions of smart watch.
Music Emotion Control Algorithm based on Sound Emotion Tree
Kim, Donglim ; Lim, Bin ; Lim, Younghwan ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 21~31
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.021
This thesis proposes the emotions acquired after listening to the music as an emotion model composed of 8 types of emotions, based on the emotion model studied previously. The 5 musical factors selected, that affect the emotion, are tempo, dynamics, amplitude change, brightness, and noise. According to the emotion model composed of 8 types of emotions, 160 songs categorized into the 8 types of emotions were selected, and the actual data was extracted and analyzed. Through the analysis of actual data, an emotion equation made of weighted value of 5 factors was derived, and an algorithm that can predict the emotion by mapping on the 2-dimensional emotion coordinate system through the emotion equation was designed. Also, a way of controlling emotion by moving the coordinates on the 2-dimensional emotion coordinate system was suggested.
Design of Framework for Implementation of the New Paradigm Map
Kim, Sun-Woo ; Yang, Kwang-Ho ; Park, Ki-Shik ; Park, Ju-Young ; Ra, In-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 32~39
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.032
In this paper, We propose the futuristic map using variety technology of advanced ICT-based. The futuristic maps are expected to developed into a new format of user participation to express the results in various formats through the understanding and interpretation of the facts and phenomena of tangible and intangible that exist in the real world. In the future, the map is expected to be developed into form of a new paradigm map made in real time that economy, industry, the collection of information necessary for everyday life, processing, usage, analysis, distribution and sharing. In this paper, we provide a real-time personalized contents to digitize the information of the real space based on the concept of map, databases, spatial analysis and describes the key technologies that characterized by the representation of time-series data by analyzing and prediction every field macro phenomena of society, economy, culture and etc. And we establish the concepts of the 'New Paradigm Map' for future creative economy.
VR Tourism Content Using the HMD Device
Han, Jong-Sung ; Lee, Geun-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 40~47
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.040
VR(virtual reality) which already is used commonly in diverse areas including entertainment, design, and simulation training is most important area in ICT. VR already has various uses within the tourism sector. As VR technology continues to evolve, there is little reason to doubt that it will become more prevalent throughout society and the tourism sector in particular. In this paper, we plan to improve the VR content to the market possibility and competitiveness of VR content in the culture industry. Out of focus, lens dust, motion blur, blur effect were minimized to improve the simulation sickness which caused by the cognitive dissonance in the HMD. And also, the content was considered UI design for user's immersion.
The Functional Role of Theme Music in the Crime Movie 「Double Indemnity」
Choi, Eumi ; Lee, Seungyon-Seny ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 48~56
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.048
The film music in the 1940s is characteristic of its functional role of afterward crime movie and for expressed theme of scene to causing tension by encompassing the situational description of the scenes as well as psychological struggles of characters within the realm of musical techniques. This study demonstrates the process of change of theme music that expresses time-dependent plot development in Double Indemnity in which Miklos Rozsa participated as a music director and the result verifies the hypothesis that stimulate the senses and induces increased for the absorbed in the scene musical elements can be adopted as a symbolic means to emotions in movies.
Patterns of Observation Type of Elementary Science-gifted Students in Visit Activities of the Science Museum
Kim, Mimoa ; Jeong, Jinwoo ; Kim, Hyoungbum ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 57~67
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.057
The aim of this study was to categorize and analyze the patterns of the observation type in the experiential learning through the science museum for elementary gifted students in science. Ten science-gifted students were included and analyzed in this study and during experiential learning in the science museum, the participants freely expressed their observation of their own languages and all observations and dialogue were recorded. The results are listed below. The cognitive aspect, especially question and response activity without their personal opinion, was the most frequently used item. Among the affective aspects, item for 'recommendation' was often used. In accordance to observation type, most participants overall observed single object independently of time. Also, participants mostly observed objects visually using qualitative method without manipulation. Therefore verbal interaction through question might have a positive effect on frequency and diversity of observation. Project learning, such as particular exhibition hall, exploratory time of concentration by students, or study paper will be capable of creating a effective observation learning in order to induce a variety of observation of science gifted students in the experiential learning through the science museum.
Study of Comparative Lyrics for Joy and Sad Emotions in Korean Popular Songs
Kwon, Ji-Yeon ; Lee, Seungyon-Seny ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 68~77
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.068
As popular music grows, lyrics are taking a more important part of the pop music. In the thesis suggests that to prove that each can I maximize based on the lyrics' emotions, the study compares between a sense of cheerful and sad songs. For this reason, many emotional words were extracted by various word expressions in the cheerful songs and limited expressions of grief sensibilities were shown through relatively small amount of emotional words in the sorrowful songs.
Way of Trust Restoration through Uplifting Police Integrity
Lee, Hyo-Min ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 78~87
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.078
Recently, Police integrity has been issued on the media, which cause discredit of police organization. Although high level of morality and integrity are required compared to other occupational groups due to their authority to exert legal force to the citizens and a variety of policies have been enforced by the National Police Agency for the purpose of uplifting the integrity of the officers, in reality, corruption had not yet been eradicated. At this point in time, this study attempted to draw implications for uplifting integrity by utilizing domestic and foreign preceding studies and statistical data related to police corruption and uplifting integrity. The inspection system through whistle-blowing was pointed out as a problem in the institutional framework that hinders uplifting integrity of the police officers and the perception in which police officers are regarded as potential criminals was also pointed out as a problem. Also, vague standards of disciplinary action in examining an offense of a police officer and lack of care for those who were disciplined in the past which affects loyalty to the organization were presented as problems. Based on such suggested concerns, policies for uplifting integrity and restoring citizens' trust in the policies officers were proposed. The proposed agenda were warning the police officers by presenting clear and specific category of corruptive behaviors, expressing the necessity of devising a system that prevents the officers from committing serious crimes by discovering problematic officers earlier through introduction of Early Warning System(EWS) of US and Australian police in order to break away from exposure-oriented inspection system, and reinforcing the testing of integrity in the new employment process.
Psychological Characteristics of Adult Sexual Offenders in South Korea
Jung, Min-Chul ; Cho, Young-Il ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 88~100
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.088
This research study was aimed to identify the psychological characteristics of sex offenders. In order to achieve those objectives, 123 sexual offenders, 102 common criminals, and 162 normal people were surveyed. We reviewed the previous studies examined the psychological characteristics of sexual offenders and summarized main variables related sexual offender at the individual level. Those variables included depression, anger, self-esteem, empathy, impulsivity, shame, psychopath, alcohol dependence. Results showed that the levels of depression, self-esteem, impulsivity, impulsion-cognitive, psychopathy were significantly different among the groups. The limitations and implications of this study and suggestions for future research are discussed.
Efficient Safety Management in Inland Waters: Focused on Water Relief and Water Safety
Chung, Chul-Min ; Yang, Gi-Geun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 101~113
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.101
This study aims to prepare countermeasures to prevent and minimize drowning accident in inland waters by examining the current status of inland water safety management in Korea and diagnosing the defects. The defects in current inland water safety management is analyzed in four aspects. First is the legal defect that includes the absence of legislation that directs the inland water safety management. Second is the instructional defect such as the absence of educational program for prevention of inland water accidents and lack of professional water rescue experts. Third is cooperation defect such as dispersed reporting system and lack of private-public partnership in accident response. Fourth is the defect of emergency response ability, professionalism and accident response skills due to the dispersion and overlaps of safety management systems. In order to improve these defects, this study finds the countermeasures based on the survey of water sports professions and users and its analysis as follows: legislation of '(tentatively named) special act for water safety management in inland waters' is suggested in the legal aspects. A development of inland waters safety education program and training of water accident experts are suggested in the instructional aspects. Integrated operational system for water accident management, activation of safety network and re-establishment of private-public partnership are suggested in the cooperation aspects. Systematic and efficient inland water safety management plans such as enhancement of accident response skills and expertise and integrated inland water safety management with fire department-centered system were suggested in the aspects of emergency response ability.
Analysis of Contentment of Residential Environment among the Downtown Residents, the Aged: Taking Cheonan City for example
Im, Jun-Hong ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 114~122
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.114
This study aims to analyze the satisfaction of seniors living in Cheonan City downtown as to their residential environment. Also, this study intends to identify which factors should be improved first to make downtown a favorable residential area. To that end, 'social indicators of Chungnam' was used. The collected data was analyzed through a statistical analysis method using ANOVA (analysis of variance) and a cluster analysis. It led to the following findings. First, 6.9% of the elderly residents expressed their wish to move from their downtown residence. Thus, the majority of the residents do not want to move. Second, the satisfaction of the elderly residents in their downtown residence scored 6.09. The score is higher than those of other regions. Thus, it is highly possible to develop downtown into a senior-friendly area. Third, as for satisfaction in downtown residence, it was higher among the following groups: men; those with high school or higher level of education; those earning at least a million won a month; family of one generation. Fourth, satisfaction in the following factors was relatively low: culture and education; interaction with neighbors and trust in them; car accidents. Thus, those factors should be improved for downtown residents. Above all, community-faced facilities should be expanded to increase exchanges with neighbors and trust in them. To attract women dissatisfied with downtown residence. it is imperative to increase daily safety by reducing car accidents and crime.
Effect of Job Satisfaction, Economic Condition Satisfaction, Change of Self-Worth on Quality of Life in the Elderly Employment Program Participants
Chang, Cin-Jae ; Cho, Ja-Young ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 123~132
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.123
The purpose of the study was to examine the structural relationship among job satisfaction, economic condition satisfaction, change of self-worth and quality of life of Elderly Employment Program participants. An analysis was conducted on the data of the '2012 Elderly Employment Program Participants Survey'. The major findings were as follows. The job satisfaction, economic condition satisfaction, change of self-worth had positive effects to quality of life. The job satisfaction had mediator effect to quality of life through economic condition satisfaction and change of self-worth. Also, change of self-worth had indirect effect between economic condition satisfaction and quality of life. Based on the results, the implications for Elderly Employment Program practice and policy were suggested.
Influence of Attachment Injury and State-Trait Anxiety on the Marital Adjustment of Battered Women
Shim, Hee Jeong ; Seo, Mia ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 133~145
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.133
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of attachment injury and stsit-trait anxiety on marital adjustment of battered women. The participants were total 220 battered women who have experiences with violence from their spouse. Data were collected from March 20 to May 6 in 2014 from five shelters for battered women, seven counseling centers, and three shelters run by various religion. SPSS 18.0 was used for data analysis and descriptive statistics, ANOVA test, Scheffe's test, Pearson's correlation coefficients, and multiple regression were done. As study results, attachment injury, state and trait anxiety showed significant negative correlation. Marriage status, number of children, duration of violence, attachment injury, state anxiety, and trait anxiety were the significant variables to explain marital adjustment. The explanation power was 60.0%. This study results will be use to develop intervention program for enhancement of marital adjustment whereas to decrease attachment injury and state-trait anxiety.
A Study on Baby Boomer's Job Mobility using Sequential Analysis
Lim, Jung-Yeon ; Lee, Young-Min ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 146~159
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.146
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influential factors on the job mobility types and patterns of baby boomers over the past 15 years. Sequential analysis was conducted to analyze the data that were derived from Wave 1~15(1998~2013) of Korean Labor and Income Panel Study(KLIPS). In particular, we analyzed the job mobility types and frequency, conversion analysis, probability, and significance rate. The results were as follows: firstly, proportional rates of male baby boomer workers such as technical, functional, and agriculture workers were higher than those of professionals and semi-professionals, whereas in case of female baby boomer workers, proportional rate of office workers were lower than those of service and sales workers. It was showed that functional and labor workers significantly higher than others. We found that after retiring, they left their job to search for farming job or choose to work in secondary labor markets. We suggested that the retirement support system and management system should be designed and conducted in a good manner.
Study Health Promoting Lifestyle on Depression, Stress and Self-esteem of North Korean Adolescents Refugees
Lee, Ju Hyun ; Kim, Min Ji ; Park, Hyunchun ; Yu, Shi-Eun ; Noh, Jin-Won ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 160~167
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.160
This study is to investigate the relationship between health promoting lifestyles around the psychosocial aspects such as depression, stress and self-esteem of young North Korean defectors. In particular, the purpose is mentally still less of a mature compared to adults, adolescents need greater understanding. For this purpose, North Korean Youth 150 people were surveyed, questionnaires 85 parts were used in the final analysis excluded from the additional 65. To analyze the factors affecting the health of life was performed multiple linear regression. Analysis result, general self, school self, stress had significant influence on health promoting lifestyles. The conclusion of this study is social psychology factors such as stress self-esteem of North Korean Adolescents refugees is addressed health promoting lifestyles and causal relationship, and promote health of adolescents shows wonderful self-esteem. It suggests that the necessary establishment. This effort is called for to reliably establish the North Korean youth to be part of a future South Korean society.
The Analysis of BMD in Forearm and Hip Joint with DEXA
Lee, Kwang-Sung ; Park, Ui-Su ; Jeon, Min-Cheol ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 168~173
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.168
Use of forearm and hip joint bone density scan and find the clinical usefulness of the results that can be inferred as a result of any other region sites injured by a correction factor which if One part up. Groups of 60 patients, 10 patients by age 20-70 were composed of patients measured with the forearm and lumbar spine bone mineral density T-score and Z-score of the survey for each of the three factors that it was Find the correction factor to obtain the relationship. Bone mineral density of the correlation coefficient R = 0.8 correction factor is Y = 1.341X + 0.146. T-score of correlation coefficient R = 0.804 and the correction factor Y = 0.565X - 0.327 is Z-score of the correlation coefficient R = 0.637 correction factor Y = 0.539X - 0.225. It is regarded that there will be a clinical availability which can analogize the result of a part by using the result of the other part. It will be able to determine an auxiliary role in the clinical diagnosis. Correction factor to the equation Y = 1.341X + 0.146 is recommended.
Effects of Deep Breathing with Incentive Spirometer on Pulmonary Function and O2 Saturation by Time Process in Patients with Rib Fracture
Moon, Daehwan ; Kim, Kye-Ha ; Lee, Seogki ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 174~183
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.174
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of deep breathing with Incentive Spirometer on pulmonary function and O2 saturation by time process in patients with rib fracture. The participants were 25 patients with rib fracture admitted to a hospital in G city. Deep breathing with Incentive Spirometer was educated for participants. Data were collected from June to October, 2013. Pulmonary function and O2 saturation were measured by using Micro spirometer and pulse oximeter at admission one day and 1day, 2day, 3day, 4day, 5day and 6day after applying intervention.. The collected data was analyzed by SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Science) 21.0 version program with descriptive statistics, and repeated measure ANOVA. The level of pulmonary function and O2 saturation after applying deep breathing with incentive spirometer were increased as time went on. Therefore, patients with rib fracture should be suggested the continuous deep breathing with incentive spirometer.
Image Analysis of Computer Aided Diagnosis using Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix in the Ultrasonography for Benign Prostate Hyperplasia
Cho, Jin-Young ; Kim, Chang-Soo ; Kang, Se-Sik ; Ko, Seong-Jin ; Ye, Soo-Young ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 184~191
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.184
Prostate ultrasound is used to diagnose prostate cancer, BPH, prostatitis and biopsy of prostate cancer to determine the size of prostate. BPH is one of the common disease in elderly men. Prostate is divided into 4 blocks, peripheral zone, central zone, transition zone, anterior fibromuscular stroma. BPH is histologically transition zone urethra accompanying excessive nodular hyperplasia causes a lower urinary tract symptoms(LUTS) caused by urethral closure as causing the hyperplastic nodule characterized finding progressive ambient. Therefore, in this study normal transition zone image for hyperplasia prostate and normal transition zone image is analyzed quantitatively using a computer algorithm. We applied texture features of GLCM to set normal tissue 60 cases and BPH tissue 60cases setting analysis area
which was analyzed by comparing the six parameters for each partial image. Consequently, Disease recognition detection efficiency of Autocorrelation, Cluster prominence, entropy, Sum average, parameter were high as 92~98%.This could be confirmed by quantitative image analysis to nodular hyperplasia change transition zone of the prostate. This is expected secondary means to diagnose BPH and the data base will be considered in various prostate examination.
Measurement from Moving Vehicle Health Screening Outside of The Leakage Dose
Han, Beom-Hee ; Han, Sang-Hyun ; Mo, Eun-Hee ; Kim, Chong-Yeal ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 192~198
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.192
Checked out by the moving vehicle health checks for patients, practitioners, and the increase in radiation dose outside the vehicle, but an investigation into the leakage of radiation can still be negligible. In this study, through experimental results were as follows: Dose that occurs most often where the leak in the right door
, X-ray generator in terms of proximity to the top
, X-ray generator and away to the bottom in terms
, the adjacent rear detector in the upper part
dose of the leak appeared in various locations. By measuring position from the rear of the adjacent detector
dose had the highest leakage into. Generating device for diagnosis of radiation safety regulations regarding the maximum leakage dose per week, but all met back when it is displayed in the leakage dose Hourly rates do not ignore the leakage radiation dose were measured. Therefore, a mobile health screening in a vehicle outside of the leakage radiation dose to the liver and move on we are not interested twelve barrier leakage radiation dose of defense has a chance to re-evaluate the standards required, and move the vehicle health check using the X-ray increases as the dose per hour, depending on the criteria for choosing the appropriate measures that will require effort.
Research of Patients Satisfaction on the Medical Services of the Upper Gastrointestinal Series
Kim, Gyoo-Hyung ; Lim, Cheong-Hwan ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 199~205
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.199
This study was conducted with examinees who chose upper gastrointestinography (UGI) among those who visited the hospital for health examination in order to improve the visitors' satisfaction with services. A questionnaire survey was conducted with the examinees, and 147 examinees who visited the hospital during the two months from May 2014 participated in the survey as the subjects of pre education examination while 164 examinees who visited during the months from July 2014 participated as the subjects of post education examination. The pre education subjects were surveyed about anxiety, need of explanation, method of explanation, satisfaction with UGI, etc., and a video was prepared based on the results and provided to the post education subjects and then they were surveyed about change in anxiety, satisfaction with the explanation in the video, helpfulness of the video, intention to watch the video again, etc. In the pre education survey, the average value of anxiety was 2.62, and the need of explanation was 2.52, In addition, 78.2% of the subjects chose guide video as a method of explanation, and satisfaction with UGI was 1.55. In the post education survey, the average value of changed anxiety was 1.45, satisfaction with video explanation was 2.80, helpfulness was 2.79, and intention to watch the video again was 2.80. In the results of T-test between the pre and post education groups, they showed statistically significant in anxiety and satisfaction (p<0.05). Moreover, the findings of this study confirmed that video education and information on UGI provided in advance reduce patients' anxiety and increase their satisfaction with examination.
Effects of Simulation-based Clinical Reasoning Education and Evaluation of Perceived Education Practices and Simulation Design Characteristics by Students Nurses
Hur, Hea Kung ; Song, Hee-Young ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 206~218
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.206
This single-blinded, nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest study was undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of simulation education on clinical judgement, collaboration, communication skills, and perceived education practices and simulation design characteristics among student nurses in Korea. Participants were 47 students (19 in the experimental group and 28 in the control group) recruited by convenience sampling. The simulation based clinical reasoning education consisted of seven weekly, 120-minute high fidelity simulations. All participants completed the pretest and 7-week post measurements of a clinical judgment, collaboration, and communication skills with 4-week post measurement of collaboration, and participants in the experimental group provided a measurements of perceived education practices and simulation design characteristics. Data were analyzed using repeated measured ANOVA, and mixed linear model with SAS 9.2. Significant improvements were found in the experimental group for clinical judgment, collaboration, communication skill, and perceived education practices and simulation design characteristics. The study results show the impact of the perceived education practices and simulation design characteristics on facilitating the effectiveness of simulation education. The findings suggest a feasible and sound teaching method for student nurses and the need for further studies with a larger sample.
Relationships between Anger Expression, Social Supports and Adjustment to College Life among Nursing Students
Jun, Won-Hee ; Jo, Myoung-Ju ; Na, Hyunjoo ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 219~228
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.219
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between anger expression, social supports, and adjustment to college life among nursing students. A convenience sample of 266 students in two colleges participated in the study. Data were analyzed using t-tests, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients, and multiple stepwise regression. The mean score for adjustment to college life was above average. The mean score for adjustment to college life differed significantly according to students' reasons for applying to college and perceived health status. Adjustment to college life significantly correlated with anger expression and social supports. Multiple stepwise regression analysis showed that anger expression (Anger-Out, Anger-In, and Anger-Control), social supports, and perceived health status explained 27.1% of the variance in adjustment to college life. The study findings suggest that interventions intended to promote nursing students' adjustment to college life should focus on improving anger management, social supports, and perceived health status.
Attitudes towards Death and Euthanasia among Nurses and General Population
Ko, Gyu-Hee ; Cho, In-Sook ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 229~240
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.229
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes towards death and euthanasia among nurses and general population. Methods: The participants were 192 nurses and 255 people. Data were collected using structured questionnaires from March 5 to May 30. 2010 and analyzed with descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA and Pearson correlation coefficients by using SAS Program 12.0. Results: The attitudes towards death showed significantly higher scores in nurses than general population. The attitudes towards euthanasia showed significantly higher scores in nurses. There were significant positive correlations between attitudes towards death and euthanasia in nurses and. people. Conclusion: The above results indicated that the higher level of cognition towards death, the more positive attitudes towards euthanasia. Besides, nurses treating with terminal illness were higher level of cognition on death and positive attitudes towards euthanasia. Therefore, we should established the strategy and education program to understand on death and euthanasia for people including the health care providers.
The Effects of Role Conflicts and Burnout on Turnover Intention in Nurses of Oriental Medicine Hospitals
Lee, Jeong Soon ; Kim, Hyo-Kyung ; Park, Gwang-Cheon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 241~251
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.241
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to grasp the effects of role conflicts and burnout on turnover intention and provide intervention methods to decrease turnover intention in nurses of Oriental medicine hospitals. Method: The Subjects were 103 workimg Oriental Medicine Nurses. The data were analyzed by SPSS 18.0. Result: As a result, the mean scores of turnover intention, role conflicts, and burnout were 3.31, 3.53, and 3.44, respectively. Role conflicts had no significant difference in general characteristics, while burnout showed a difference in age, marriage, a working department, a night shift, and a salary, turnover intention showed a difference only in a night shift. Turnover intention was positively correlated with role conflicts(r=.310, p<.002) and burnout(r=.326, p<.001). Role conflicts and burnout explained 20.9% of turnover intention. Conclusion: Therefore, it is necessary to specify specialized and systematical nurses of roles to decrease turnover, make efforts to reduce burnout, and provide methods to decrease turnover intention in nurses of Oriental medicine hospitals.
Analysis of Questions and Answers Posted on the Internet Blogs about Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis and Screening
Jun, Myunghee ; Shin, Gyeyoung ; Choi, Kyung Sook ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 252~264
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.252
The purpose of this study was to identify pregnant women's needs for information on prenatal genetic diagnosis and screening. This study is consisted of two phases. In the first phase in December 2011, six blogs featuring questions and answers on prenatal genetic diagnosis and screening were selected from four major search engines in Korea by using the keywords "prenatal genetic diagnosis," "prenatal genetic screening", and "amniocentesis." An analyzing framework was constructed on the basis of 389 posts on six blogs between November 2006 and October 2011. In the second phase, the contents of the "MomsHolicbaby" blog posted from November 2010 to October 2011 were reviewed. Then, pregnant women's questions on prenatal genetic diagnosis and screening (100 questions) and amniocentesis (200 questions with 1,665 answers) were analyzed using descriptive statistics. Among posters who had ever been recommended to undergo amniocentesis, 56.5% described feelings of anxiety, 25.5% did not know the purpose of the test, and 33.9% refused to undergo the test. Among 295 posters answering questions about amniocentesis, 61.4% disagreed with undergoing the test. The results show that there is a need for healthcare professionals to provide more educational and emotional support to pregnant women considering prenatal genetic diagnosis and screening. Providing online health information can be integrated into prenatal genetic education for pregnant women as well as nurses. In addition, prenatal women's preferences about undergoing amniocentesis should be reflected in the current legal discussion on criteria for termination of pregnancy.
2012 Newborn Infants' Stage Protective Injection Analysis
Kim, Jeong-Hee ; Lim, Cheong-Hwan ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 265~271
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.265
This study is the analysis about materials (from 2012 to 2014) which was stored in the data made from the 397 infants subjects who were born in 2012, with the basis of the preventive injection management, public health care information system by using SPSS win 18.0 program. After we analyzed the present non-injection state and the non-injection reasons with the basis of each birth month, each vaccine, each injection period, we found out that 89 infants(22.4%) were the ones who were not computerized. Except the 20 infants-the ones having uncertain phone numbers and addresses, and computerization errors, 69 infants (17.4%) were the ones that didn't get injection. We guided protective injection to them by sending SMS text message and we could inject 39 infants (9.8%) of them. We could achieve the high 92.4% injection rate. we want this research to be used to try wipe out the infectious diseases in this district and be utilized as the basic materials of protective injection cost support and health care policies, etc.
Evaluation the Effects of Short Term Intake Avena sativa Extracts on Blood Glucose and Cholesterol Level
Kim, Hana ; Lee, Insoo ; Shin, Kyungsook ; Yoon, Soonkyu ; Lee, Buhyung ; Yoon, Seungkyu ; Choi, Jinwoo ; Suh, In Bum ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 272~279
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.272
Recently, studies about various natural extracts to help control blood glucose has been in progress. Avena sativa is well known to have various physilogical effects. Especially,
-glucan has effect about lowering blood glucose level and prevent cardiovascular dz and adult dz related to obesity. In this study we evaluated the effect of Down and control (BM pharmaceutical) which is consist of commercialized Avena sativa fextracts on blood glucose and cholesterol, 6weeks, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials. The results show not significantly different in all blood index test group from control group, but in glycated albumin decreased 50.33% for test group, decreased 37.91% for control group, in triglyceride decreased 7.51% for test group, increased 3.98 for control group and we can observed Avena sativa has blood glucose and triglyceride lowering effect in some.
Gender Differences in Predictors of Health Behaviors Modification among Patients with Cardiovascular Disease
Xu, Lijuan ; Ryu, Seungmi ; Goong, Hwasoo ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 280~289
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.280
Purpose: The purpose of the study was to investigate the difference of health behavior modification between male and female patients with cardiovascular disease; and to compare the predictors of health behavior between the male and female subjects. Methods: A comparative study design was used in the study. A total of 228 patients(male 114, female 114) with cardiovascular disease were recruited from outpatients clinics in 2 university hospitals in Korea. Data were analyzed using t-test,
, ANOVA, ANCOVA, Pearson correlation, and multiple regression with SPSS 20.0. Results: There was significant difference of health behavior between male and female patients with cardiovascular disease (F=9.45, p=0.002). The significant predictors of health behavior among male subjects were self-efficacy, perceived barriers, perceived susceptibility, medical support and autonomous motivation, accounting for 45%; the significant predictors of health behavior among female subjects were self-efficacy, medical support and autonomous motivation, accounting for 51%. Conclusions: It is suggested to take different health promotions strategies to maintain the performance of health behaviors among male and female patients with cardiovascular diseases.
Validity and Reliability of Korean Version of the Revised Stress Appraisal Measure (RSAM)
Kim, Jeong Sun ; Kim, Kye-Ha ; Kang, Hyuncheol ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 290~302
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.290
The study purpose was to test the validity and reliability of the Korean version of the Revised Stress Appraisal Measure (RSAM) to assess stress appraisal in undergraduate students. Internal consistency reliability, construct and criterion validity were calculated using IBM SPSS Statistics 21 and AMOS 21 program. Survey data were collected from a convenience sample of 296 undergraduate students enrolled in five universities in G city and C area, South Korea. The Korean version of RSAM categorized into 5 factors explaining 68.4% of the total variance. The model of five subscales was validated by confirmatory factor analysis (p<.001, Goodness of Fit Index, Adjusted Goodness of Fit Index, Normed Fit Index, Comparative Fit Index >.08, Root Mean Square Error of Approximation=.056). In criterion validity, the scores for the scale were significantly correlated with the Perceived Stress Scale-Korean. Cronbach's alpha coefficient for the 19 items was .73~.89. The Korean RSAM showed satisfactory construct and criterion validity and reliability. Thus it may be an appropriate instrument for measuring stress appraisal in Korean university students.
Expanding Health Education Plan For Improving Public Health
Yun, Gi-Seon ; Park, Chung-Yeol ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 303~317
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.303
Although the public health centers have been initiating health education recently, it is not extending as expected and the participation of the program is low. The reason is that the office workers have few opportunities to receive health education since there are few public health centers in relation to the population. Much time is required for travel and attendance of the classes. In order to solve this problem, the aim is to increase participation in health education, improve the overall public health awareness, expand the number of health education locations to reduce medical expenses, vitalize the lifelong educational health programs, and improve the national health insurance. In order to research about the health education expansion plan for public health improvement, a study focused on men and women above age 20 who need health education. The research sample was selected through random sampling that targeted people who participated in the health programs or the health education. The period of this survey was from September 1st to September 30th, 2014. A total of 509 participants completed the survey data for the actual analysis to propose the health education expansion plan for the public health improvement.
Foreign TV Content Analysis: Adaptation, Transformation and Koreanization
Lee, Young-Eun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 318~326
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.318
In the age of media convergence the influx of foreign TV content is quickly influencing the landscape of Korean media. The objective of this research is to analyze and explore the localization and Koreanization of Master Chef USA into Master Chef Korea and how its successful adaptation, transformation, and localization was made possible. The study pays close attention to TV personalities' relationships, behaviors and communication skills along with the choice of food ingredients and themes in the 2014 episodes for both Master Chef USA and Master Chef Korea. Furthermore, the research seeks to challenge the widely spread belief that localization of foreign TV content serves the public interest. Rather it seeks to articulate that depending on the media environment, private entities are becoming the benefactors of foreign TV content adaptations.
Semiotics Approach to TV Advertisement of Disabled Model
Lee, Ji-Seok ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 327~335
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.327
This study analyzed symbolically the TV advertisement of disabled model from the point of view of the advertising communication of the consumers. Depending on the characteristics of the semiotics square of Greimas, the flow of the value of consumption of people with TV advertisement of disabled model, protective value, non-protective value, existence value, non-existence value such as
re-protective value in the presence value it will move the form. The results from this study showed that SK Telecom TV ad (wheelchair basketball) is existence value, the iPhone 4 (lovers) is non-protective value, Samsung Securities (campaign) is protective value and Sonata automotive TV ad (Sonata Touchable Music Sheet) shows the non-existence value.
A Study on Bottom of Pyramid(BOP) Business Approach to Reduce Water Poverty
Kang, Woo-Kyu ; Kim, Eun-Ju ; Han, In-Soo ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 336~351
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.336
This paper aims at investigating feasibility of social enterprise approach to water poverty, especially access to safe drinking water issue. Now. over 780 millions of people have no improved access to safe drinking water, which result in various diseases and high mortality in people of developing countries. Recently there is more growing interest on BOP business, a market approach which utilize vitality, innovativeness and profit motives of private business to tackle social problem like poverty. Many BOP businesses have been conducted in the form of social enterprise. In the paper, firstly the severe problems of no improved access to clean and safe drinking water were explained. Secondly, the potential of BOP business to address these problems was explored. Thirdly, some actual cases of social enterprises which successfully run their business were introduced. Fourthly, some business models for social enterprise to want to come into water market were discussed. Finally based on these discussions, some recommendation for Korean companies and government were also suggested.
Consumer Preferences for Tea-Related Smartphone Applications: Focus on 20's Consumers
Yoo, Yang-Seok ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 352~361
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.352
Tea is one of the three most consumed drinks in the world along with coffee and cocoa, and it represents culture and tradition. There are more than 1,000 tea-related smartphone applications registered in the Apple App Store and Google Play. This study examined, for the consumers of the 20's, if there are differences in consumer preferences for tea-related applications based on gender, age, tea consumption amount and tea drinking duration. Based on surveys of 169 tea consumers, this study found that there were significant differences in consumer preferences for tea-related applications based on age and tea drinking amount. The applications of 'tea places,' 'entertainment,' and 'tea timer' were preferred by the consumers of 20's and 'etiquette,' 'tea ceremony,' 'teaware,'and 'tea information recording' were favored by the consumers of 30's and older. The consumers with higher drinking amount showed higher preferences for tea etiquette related applications. There were no significant differences for tea-related applications based on gender and tea drinking duration. The result of the study is expected to contribute to the development of tea related applications with higher appeals to consumers as well as traditional Korean drinks.
Work-Family Conflict and Employees' Performance
Tumenkhuu, Selenge ; Lee, Jeong Eon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 362~369
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.362
This empirical research mainly investigates the relationship between work-family conflict and organizational performance. Three key variables apply for the empirical research; work-family conflict, organizational performance, and family-friendly HR practices. A total of 230 questionnaires is collected from mid-sized companies for hypothesis testing. The empirical analysis shows that work-life balance has a great importance on workers' job satisfaction and intention to leave. The family-friendly HR practices play a moderating role between work-family conflict and organizational performance. The findings support the fact that achieving work-life balance enhances organizational performance and using family-friendly HR practices is an ideal for balancing between work- and family life.
Effects of Organizational Trust on Commitment and Citizenship Behavior
Lee, Jeong Eon ; Liu, Bingjing ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 370~377
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.370
Organizational trust (OT) plays a substantial role to attain competitive advantages. It is an effective way to enhance organizational effectiveness. OT makes employees to have a positive emotion toward a firm, also it contributes employees to bring a spontaneous behavior. The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships among OT, organizational commitment (OC), and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) theoretically and empirically. A total of 228 cases in 15 Chinese companies are used for empirical analysis. The results show that OT has a positive effect on OC and OCB. It is suggested that OT is an important variable to improve emotional and continuance commitment. Also the results reveal that OCB is a meaningful dependent factor that is affected by OC.
Emotional Intelligence as a Mediator of the Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Job Performance
Kim, Yong-Soon ; Chun, Min-Ho ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 378~387
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.378
The purpose of this study was to research the relationships among transformational leadership, emotional intelligence, organizational citizenship behavior and job performance of employees in hotel corporations. Transformational leadership is associated with higher levels of organizational citizenship behavior and job performance by their employees. And emotional intelligence is an important antecedent of work related outcomes such as organizational citizenship behavior, intention to quit and job performance. To accomplish this study, it was determined that the analysis derived from a hypothesis and literature reviews and data collected from 201 employees in hotel corporations. The results of empirical analysis showed as follows. First, Transformational leadership has a significant influence on emotional intelligence, organizational citizenship behavior and job performance. Second, Emotional intelligence has a significant influence on organizational citizenship behavior Third, mediating effects of employee's emotional intelligence in the relationship between transformational leadership and organizational citizenship behavior was confirmed. Based on these findings, the implications and limitations of the study were presented including some directions for future studies.
An Panel Estimation on Change of Productivity for Korean Information and Technology Industry
Choi, Bong-Ho ; Kim, Sang-Choon ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 388~395
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.388
The purpose of this study is to estimate change of productivity of information and technology industry and to induce policy implications. The method of analysis is panel data analysis based on 11 Korean information and technology industry cross-section and 8 years time series. The result of estimate shows that producitivity of labor and capital and information and technology industry is positive, total factor productivity of information and technology industry is also positive. but total factor productivity decreased after 2008. In addition, the productivity of labor was increased, but the productivity of capital input was decreased. It means that the productivity of Korean information and technology industry was not improved despite increasing of labor and capital investment.
Analysis of Characteristics of Chungnam Area Tourism Industrial Structure by Dynamic Shift-Share Analysis
Choi, Seung-Mook ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 396~405
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.396
Based on the number of employees and sales of tourism establishments in Chungnam ares for the period from 2009 to 2013, this study analyzes the regional growth characteristic of tourism industry using dynamic shift-share analysis. The data used for this analysis are obtained from "The Census on Basic Characteristic of Tourism Establishments". This study decomposes characteristics of Chungnam Area tourism industrial structure into three components: national growth effect, industrial mix effect and regional share effect. The results help to well understand the development and the competitive situation of Chungnam area tourism industry.
Provincial Road in National Highway Traffic Volume Variation According to Rainfall Intensity
Kim, Tae-Woon ; Oh, Ju-Sam ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 406~414
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.406
Existing relative researches for traffic were studied under favorable weather or excluding impact of weather. This study present traffic volume variation according to rainfall intensity in national highway provincial road and rainfall-factor. Continuous traffic count section match AWS after selecting to analyze provincial road 256 section. Weekdays ADT(Average Daily Traffic) and rainfall-factor are influenced by rainfall a little because of business travel. But non-weekdays ADT and rainfall-factor are influenced much more than weekdays because of leisure travel. Estimated AADT(Annual Average Daily Traffic) by adjusting rainfall-factor is lower MAPE than non-adjusting rainfall factor. So, rainfall have to be considered when estimating AADT. ADT decrease according to rainfall intensity, continuous studies considered rainfall intensity are needed when road design and operation.
Modeling on Ultrasonic Velocity in Concrete Considering Micro Pore Structure and Loading Conditions
Kim, Yun Yong ; Oh, Kwang-Chin ; Park, Ki-Tae ; Kwon, Seung-Jun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 415~426
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.415
For a long time, evaluation of soundness and strength in concrete has been performed through ultrasonic velocity(UV), which is essential work in field assessment. Porosity in concrete is a major parameter indicating durability and strength, and UV passing concrete depends on porosity variation. In this paper, a modeling on UV through concrete is carried out considering porosity and the results are verified with those from test. Additionally UV in concrete under compression/tension loading condition is measured and UV modeling with loading condition is performed. Up to 50% of loading ratio, UV slightly increases and greatly drops at peak load in compression region, however it fluctuates in tensile region due to micro cracking in matrix. The proposed model shows a reasonable agreement with test results in control and compression region, and needs modification for tensile region considering micro cracks and local aggregate interlocking.
Engineering Properties of Concrete Enhanced with Rice Husk Ash and Polypropylene Fiber
Lee, Yun ; Park, Ki-Tae ; Kwon, Seung-Jun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 427~437
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.427
Concrete, as a construction material, needs suitable reinforcement for tensile region due to weak tensile strength. Many researches on cement reduction have been attempted for
emissions during cement clinker production. In this paper engineering properties of concrete enhanced with polypropylene fiber (PPF) and rice husk ash (RHA) are evaluated. Fiber volume ratios of 0.125~0.375 and RHA replacement ratio of 0~20% are considered for concrete mixture. Lots of test including compressive, split, flexural and the related crack width, impact energy, and pull out test are performed and the results are evaluated considering the fiber ratios, fiber length and RHA replacement. Fiber and RHA ratios have dominant effects on tensile and compressive characteristics respectively, and the concrete with 0.125% of PPF and 10% of RHA shows the most effective enhancement for engineering properties. Appropriate addition of RHA and PPF are very effective both for engineering property enhancement and clean technology.
Analysis on Research Trends and Factor of Success to Communities of Practice in Korea
Lee, Eun-Chul ; Choi, Moon-Sun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 438~447
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.438
When communities of practice(CoP) was mostly informal, has been formulated. Because Knowledge management(KM) was emphasized in the business sector. So it increase interest in the COP. Since the early 2000s, the research interest has thus far grown. At a point in time has the subject, CoP, been researched for ten years, it is significant to review the literatures, the main topics as well as critical factors on the subject. In this study, the trends in the relevant researches and the performance factors from the previous studies are examined. The references for this study are limited to the authorized scholarly and scientific journals. The results therethrough processed show that total 37 researches were conducted between the year 2000 and 2012. These could be classified by the research methods as 16 case studies, 11 studies using CoP as the dependent variable, 4 studies using CoP as an independent variable and 3 theoretical discourses. 7 out of 16 case studies suggest the 14 success factors of CoP; the most influential performance factor is the external community support. 11 studies examined factors influencing the performance of CoP; 13 performance factors were proposed in these studies. The most significant factor influencing the performance of CoP is the team effectiveness.
Application of Creative Design-inducing, Teaching-Learning Method for Improvement of Creativity
Seo, Mi-Ra ; Kim, Ae-Kyung ; Lee, Young-Woo ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 448~457
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.448
This study aims to suggest a creative design-inducing, teaching-learning method which can enhance the efficiency of design education by helping learners improve their creative thinking and solve problems and apply it to diverse curriculums with a goal of having a positive effect on the development of learners' creativity. For this, it was actually applied to game character design from Department of Game Engineering, formative arts from Department of Beauty Care and Digital Graphics from Department of Visual Design using the action research method, and a teacher defined course topic, contents of the course and creative thinking tools and promoted the class. As a result, it was confirmed that it is effective in deriving creative design and increasing learners' interest and participation in class. When a creative thinking tool was used, however, the outcomes of creative learning slightly varied depending on learners' competence.
Depiction of Korea in Pre-Modern Japanese language Textbooks of Japan
Park, So-Young ; Jeong, Jae-Yun ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 458~466
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.458
This article aims at examining Japanese recognition of Korea through analyzing the Japanese language textbooks of Japan, in order to find how Japanese people perceived Korea in the first half of the 20th century. I explored descriptions related to Korea in the Japanese language textbooks published in the 1st curriculum (1904) to the 5th curriculum (1945). In this period, the Japanese language textbooks were serving in allowing Korea to be associated Queen Jin Goo and Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Korean custom and Korean landscape of Seoul and rural area. They designated Korea was a small and weak country through the stories of Queen Jin Goo and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Although they introduced Korean floor heating system, Korean costume, and Korean ritual, they reinforced Korea was a backward country through representing undeveloped transportation facilities and unsanitary living conditions. They characterized the coloniality of Korea through portraying modern buildings created by Japan on Seoul streets. Furthermore, they induced assimilation of Japan and Korea through the story of Korean rural areas.
Mediating Effect of Ego-Resilience and Mental Health between Psychological Home Environment and Adaptation to School of Early Adolescents in Schools with Educational Welfare Priority Project
Kim, Jong-Un ; Jang, In-Yeong ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 467~476
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.467
This study aims to verify mediating effect of ego-resilience and mental health between psychological home environment and adaptation to school of early adolescents in schools with Educational Welfare Priority Project(EWPP). For this purpose, multiple regression analysis and hierarchical regression analysis were conducted on the relationship between psychological home environment and adaptation to school, ego-resilience and metal health of 310 male and female students in fifth and sixth grade in four elementary schools on EWPP located in Busan area. As the result of analysis, three major variables affecting adaptation to school life turned out to be in the order of ego-resilience, home environment and mental health and both ego-resilience and mental health were confirmed to play partial mediating role in the relationship between home environment and adaptation to school life. Since home environment as a psychological variable of adolescents from poor families have an effect on adaptation to school in connection with ego-resilience and mental health as personal variables, this study can be used as base materials for the development of programs to strengthen psychological home environment, ego-resilience, and mental health. In addition, in terms of practical implications, educational welfare policies for alienated class can be practical policy alternative to mitigate social polarization.
Relative Efficiency of Jeju Self-Governing Schools
Lee, In-Hoi ; Kim, Min-Hee ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 477~487
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.477
The purposes of this study was to analyze the relative efficiency of nineteen Jeju Self-Governing Schools (JSGS) in elementary level by using DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis). Major results from the study are as follows: First, there were significant differences on the relative efficiency among JSGS, which might come from operation factors rather than from size factors of JSGS. Second, to improve the relative inefficiency of JSGS, it is quite suggestive that satisfaction of both students and parents would be developed, and that the quality of educational programs should be developed by analyzing especially parents characteristics and reflecting their needs. Lastly, the perspective of efficiency, which is a measure of the optimal usage of available school resources, should be adopted and used for school assessment in order to develop the relative efficiency of JSGS.
Relative Importance and Priority of Evaluation Elements in University Department Homepage Selection Process -with Special Reference to College Prep Students in Busan-
Kang, Kyoung-Soo ; Lee, Young-Woo ; Lee, Kang-Hyuk ; Lee, Young-Sook ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 488~498
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.488
Form the observation that the successful management and operation of university websites brings about university branding effects, this paper attempts to identify the problems in relation to evaluation elements of university homepages and establish a new evaluation model that allows us to grasp the importance and priority of phased evaluation elements. In particular, we tried to secure the objectivity of the importance of department homepage evaluation elements by using AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process). Our analysis shows that among 29 evaluation elements of department homepage, mobile service, curriculum, description of department's characteristics, guide to homepage usage/accessibility to site map and differentiated educational method were considered to be relatively important whereas the relative importance of department's slogan, differentiated image and identity, linkage to SNS, Q&A bulletin board, operation of department community, and FAQ was low. Based on the findings from our analysis, we present the basic foundation for successful management and operation of university department homepages along with a few suggestions for vitalizing those hompages.
An Analysis of Keywords related to Private Schools in Newspaper Editorials
Park, Soo Jung ;
The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, volume 15, issue 3, 2015, Pages 499~507
DOI : 10.5392/JKCA.2015.15.03.499
This study aims to understand the phenomenon related to private schools and present the implication for policy about private school, network text analysis about newspaper editorials in conservative and progressive media was conducted. The main results are as follows. First, in newspaper editorials, there were many issues about private university and there was a distinction between private elementary secondary school and private university. Second, in newspaper editorials, 'encouraging perspective' such as financial assistance and new private school like self-governing private high school and 'controlling perspective' such as withdrawal of problem private schools were both appeared. As a result, this study presents that the perspective for private schools needs to be re-established by 'accountability' as the educational institution and 'school capacity building' away from the past frame.