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A Study on the Transnational Identity of Diaspora and Diversity (디아스포라의 초국적 정체성과 다양성에 관한 고찰)

  • Yim, Young-Eon;Kim, Han-Soo
    • Korea and Global Affairs
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    • v.1 no.2
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    • pp.109-128
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to consider the appearance of the global generation transnational identity and forming process, existence aspect, functional role, and on the actuating mechanism, and etc. The results about the transnational identity of Diaspora and diversity are as follows. First, as to the transnational identity, the emigrants had been being determined by the relation with the accreditation and how type had been deal with one's decision about the self-identify. Second, the individual experience of the emigrant, interaction, and unstable status political support etc. various factors were combined and the diversity of the Diaspora identity showed. Third, the identity concept had been performing the function in the more expanded meaning called the nation and nation through the continuous meaning expansion than the individual as the national ideology. Fourth, the transnational identity of Korean-Chinese was specialized into the nation identity, double identity, and 'the identity of the third' etc. Fifth, the transnational identity of the Nikkei-Brazilian appeared for Japanese identity, Brazilian identity, and Nikkeijin identity etc. in Japan. In conclusion, the Transnational identity of the Diaspora is reproducing the identity of the emigrant, it suggests through the differentiation in the settlement and exclusion.

정체되지 않는 정체성을 향하여

  • Bu, Dae-Jin
    • Korean Architects
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    • no.2
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    • pp.16-19
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    • 2003
  • 2002년 가을 한국건축문화대전 심사를 맡으면서 주어진 주제는 한국 도시 건축의 정체성에 관한 것이었다. 여러 잡지 등을 읽어 봐도 "한국 도시 건축의 정체성을 회복해야 한다."는 논조를 자주 접하게 된다. "정체성이 도대체 무엇이길래 회복해야 하는가?" 하는 생각이 들어서 정체성에 대해서 살펴본다.

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Identity, The Beginning Word of Explaining the Relation Between Humans and Space (정체성, 인간과 공간의 관계를 설명하는 노두)

  • Park, Seung-Kyu
    • Journal of the Korean Geographical Society
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    • v.48 no.3
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    • pp.453-465
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    • 2013
  • This paper aims to reveal that 'identity' plays the crucial role of explaining the relation between humans and space. Geography is preoccupied with footprints of humans which are engraved on the ground. It explores why such tokens are left over. It explains the existence of humans through footsteps of them. Men leaves traces of themselves to notify that who I was and who we were. The traces left behind by humans contain narratives of their own. Through those narratives, the very men who left the traces on the ground are to be grasped. A trace engraved by a person expresses its own identity of representing that person, so the narrative contained by one trace is the narrative of that individual. The identify which is composed of its own narrative can be largely divided into two types. The two are 'changing identity' and 'unchanging identity'. 'Changing identity' shapes the identity of oneself by difference. 'Unchanging identity' constructs the identity by identifying itself with sameness. However, as one's figure in everyday life becomes identical or different, identity also varies through processes of generation and repetition. Therefore, identity is currently changing and in progress.

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The impact of regional and industry environments in shaping the organizational identity of the social enterprises (사회적 기업의 정체성 형성과정에서 지역과 산업환경의 역할)

  • Choi, Hyundo
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.117-126
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    • 2016
  • Social enterprises have been concerned with the social problems and their market survival, simultaneously. They show diverse types of organizational identities in order to pursue such hybrid goals. This study examines how the social enterprises shape their identities. In particular, it focuses on regional and industry environments that influence the types of the organizational identities of the social enterprises. This study categorizes 219 social enterprises, founded in the environmental sector, into social oriented single identity, business oriented single identity, and mixed identity enterprises using the 2014 and 2015 Social Enterprise Directory published by Korea Social Enterprise Promotion Agency. Findings are as follows: First, there are more social enterprises with a single identity in the metropolitan environment, compared to ones in the non-metropolitan environment, and social enterprises with a mixed identity are more likely to be established in the non-metropolitan environment than ones in the metropolitan environment. Second, there are more social enterprises with a social oriented single identity in the emerging industry environment than ones in the mature industry environment. Also, more social enterprises with a business oriented single identity are formed in the mature industry environment than ones in the emerging industry environment.

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Identity of Entrepreneurs in the Evolution of a New Organizational Form: The Emergence and Growth of eBook Publishers Population in Korea (새로운 조직형태의 진화과정에서 나타나는 기업가 정체성: 한국 전자 책 출판 생태계의 발생과 성장을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Margeum;Shin, Dongyoub;Jung, Kiwon
    • The Journal of Small Business Innovation
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.17-36
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    • 2016
  • The current paper examines the role of the identity of entrepreneurs in the emergence and evolution of a new organizational form by empirically analyzing the evolution of eBook publishers in Korea from 1996 to 2011. Drawing on the recently developed identity-based theory of organizational form in the organizational ecology literature, we test hypotheses on the effects of focused and diffused organizational identities on organizational founding in an emergent organizational population. The results of our empirical analysis that tested three hypotheses about a positive relationship between focused identity and form emergenceand negative relationships between diffused (horizontal and vertical) identity and form emergence largely supported the argument of identity-based entrepreneurship. General implications are discussed.

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The Effect of Identification Framing as Crisis Response Strategy (위기대응 전략으로서 정체성 프레이밍 효과)

  • Cho, Seung-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.327-335
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    • 2018
  • The current study challenges to suggest an umbrella strategy applied to different type of crisis, which is different from normative principle in crisis communication. The umbrella or comprehensive strategy in this study is identification framing. Identification framing is strategic message for organizational identification, which is close to social identification. The current study employed experimental design manipulating crisis types, crisis response types, and identification framing. The crisis types were internal versus external crisis, crisis responses were denial versus apology, and using identification framing $2{\times}2{\times}2$ factorial design were used. Two hundreds forty students participated in the experiment. The result showed the significant effectiveness of identification framing in different crisis types and crisis responses.

Complex Features of Azerbaijani National Identity and Its Implications for Foreign Policy (아제르바이잔 정체성의 복합적 성격과 대외정책에의 함의)

  • Kim, Young-Jin
    • International Area Studies Review
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.789-812
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    • 2009
  • This paper aims to analyse the historical-cultural sources of Azerbaijani national identity through the aspects of the Persian, the Turkish and the Russian influences, and to illuminate its complex characteristics. Then it will be examined the impact and consequences that the Azerbaijani identity exerted on its foreign policy. In the modern world, identities are formed and represented within a variety of shifting social, political, economic, cultural, and discursive contexts. Such understandings can have exclusionary consequences, particularly in pluralistic environments. Since its independence, the PFA government resorted to the arguments of ethnic origin and Azerbaijan's Turkishness to achieve its goals. Domestically, the failure of the ethnicity-based foreign policy was so great that even Azerbaijani Kurds, who under the Soviets had been virtually absorbed into the Azeri population, felt alienated and betrayed. Internationally, Azerbaijan turned Russia and Iran against itself and reduced bargaining power of Turkey since the latter grew increasingly concerned not to exacerbate its relations with Russia.

Overseas Koreans' Return Visit and Transnational Identity Negotiation: A Case Study of the Korean National Sports Festival (재외동포의 모국방문 경험과 초국가주의적 정체성 교섭: 전국체육대회 사례를 중심으로)

  • Chang, Ik-Young
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.10
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    • pp.473-481
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    • 2016
  • This research aims to examine the relationship between the overseas Koreans' return visit for the participation in the National Sports Festival(NSF) and transnational identity negotiation. The subjects for this study were 378 overseas Koreans who took part in the 96th NSF in 2015. The results are as follows; First, the higher the motivation for socializing with others, maintaining a national identity and self-realization, the more the positive experience in the NSF. However, the higher the motivation for releasing stress and helping business, the more the negative experience they have in the NSF. Second, while the higher the motivation for releasing stress and helping business, the stronger the identity with settlement. However, the higher the motivation for maintaining a national identity, the stronger the identity with origin. Third, while the more the negative experience in the NSF, the stronger the identity with settlement. However, the less the negative experience in the NSF, the stronger the identity with origin.

Validity and Reliability of Professional Identity of Dental Hygienists (치과위생사 전문직 정체성 측정도구의 타당도와 신뢰도)

  • Kim, Hyeong-Mi;Cho, Young-Sik
    • Journal of dental hygiene science
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    • v.17 no.6
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    • pp.533-542
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    • 2017
  • This study aimed to develop a measure of professional identity for Korean dental hygienists and to analyze the factors and characteristics of professional identity of these dental hygienists. In this study, 890 dental hygienists completed a self-administered survey. The final analysis was conducted with a total of 880 responses, excluding 10 questionnaires with unreliable responses and partial responses. A systematic literature review was conducted to establish the definition of professional identity, while content validity, exploratory factor, confirmatory factor, and reliability analysis were conducted to establish the constructive factors. Descriptive statistics, independent sample t-test, and one-way ANOVA were used to identify the level of each factor. Authors conceptualized the professional identity for Korean dental hygienists and item generation, item reduction, and questionnaire formatting. The developed measure of professional identity for dental hygienists consisted of five factors, with 15 items. "Sense of calling," "need for academic capacity building," "performance of delegated authority," "compliance of code of ethics," and "usage of professional organizations" were the constituent factors. Based on these factors, the level of professional identity was the highest in the "performance of delegated authority" and lowest in the "usage of professional organizations." These finding indicated that dental hygienists with higher education levels have higher professional identity levels. The dental hygienists working at the general/university hospital had the highest level of professional identity. Thus, further research is needed to establish a model that consists of factors affecting and influencing the professional identity of dental hygienists.

A Critical Reflection on Formation of Regional Identity and Construction of Public Space in Urban Development Strategy (도시발전 전략에 있어 정체성 형성과 공적 공간의 구축에 관한 비판적 성찰)

  • Choi, Byung-Doo
    • Journal of the Korean association of regional geographers
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    • v.14 no.5
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    • pp.604-626
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    • 2008
  • In recent years, the formation of identity has drawn much attention in urban development strategy. This has a dual implication for normative rehabilitation of lost traditional identity for ontological security of human being, and for strategic improvement of newly urban images in order to gain superiority in urban competitions. This duality is reflected on the debate between postmodern theorists, such as Lacan, Foucault and Deleuze, criticizing modem identity, and Arendt and Habermas, suggesting alternative formation of identity through public space. This paper considers some implications of identity for urban development policy, while criticizing urban development strategies which justify themselves with enhancing urban identity but which distort or erode it actually. In particular, this paper argues that the perspective of postmodern theorists is suitable for criticizing pseudo-identity in reality, while critical theoriests' suggestion of formation of authentic identity through and in public space can be understood as an ethical alternative to urban development policy.

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