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A Dynamic Trust Framework for Sharing Identity Authentication (신원 인증 공유를 위한 동적 신뢰 프레임워크)

  • Park, Seung-Chul
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering
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    • v.16 no.10
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    • pp.2199-2206
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    • 2012
  • Identity authentication sharing technology which allows many service providers to share the result of identity authentication of an identity provider provides several important advantages including high usability achieved by avoiding repeated registration of identity information to service providers and single sign-on, cost effectiveness of service providers achieved by outsourcing identity authentication services from identity providers, and privacy protection achieved by exposing identity information only to a limited number of controlled identity providers. However, in order for the identity authentication sharing technologies to be widely deployed in global Internet scale, the trustworthiness issue among the participating identity providers, service providers, and users should be resolved in advance. This paper firstly analyzes existing trust frameworks for identity authentication sharing. And then, based on the result of analysis, this paper proposes a dynamic and open trust framework for identity authentication sharing.

Effect of clinical practice of dental hygiene students on professional identity (임상실습이 치위생 전공학생의 전문직 정체성에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Sun-Mi;Kim, Soo-Hwa
    • Journal of Korean society of Dental Hygiene
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.189-196
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    • 2011
  • Objectives : This study aimed to get the data necessary for dental hygiene students to perceive the need for establishing a professional identity as dental hygienists and developing a program which reinforce pride as a preliminary professional. Methods : The subjects were 695 dental hygiene students in Seoul, Gyeonggi and Chungcheong areas. The collected data were analyzed using the SPSS program. Results : 1. The professional identity of dental hygiene students was 3.02 points, and the satisfaction with institutes for practice was 2.96 points. 2. The higher the satisfaction with the major was, the higher the identity was. Also, the identity was high when the frequency of clinical practice was 1 (3.11 points) and when they selected their major which corresponds with his aptitude (3.20 points). 3. The satisfaction with clinical practice was high when they didn't have any experience in dental clinic before clinical practice and when the satisfaction with the major was high. 4. Regarding the correlation between the professional identity and the satisfaction with clinical practice, the higher the satisfaction with clinical practice, the higher the professional identity. 5. The effective variables regarding the professional identity were satisfaction with a major, satisfaction with clinical practice, and frequency of clinical practice. Conclusions : The professional identity of students may be established through school education involving clinical practice. The identity of students may affect the occupational satisfaction, the identity and the work efficiency of dental hygienists in the future. Thus, it is deemed necessary to have a continued collaborative relationship between a school and an institute for clinical practice so that students may establish their correct views and identity.

A Study of Predictors of Children's Dual Gender Identity (아동의 양성형 성역할 정체감 예측요인)

  • Hong, Yean-Ran;Chei, Chung-Suk;Park, Jin-Ok
    • The Korean Journal of Emergency Medical Services
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.5-13
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    • 2005
  • Purpose : The purpose of this study was to investigate dual gender identity, masculine gender identity, feminine gender identity, undifferentiated gender identity with related to Sex, home environments, parental child-rearing attitude of warmth, parental child-rearing attitude of control, role division of parents and determine predictors for dual gender identity. Method : Study subjects were $6^{th}$ grade of primary students with 2,118. Data was collected from Oct to Nov 2003 by using structured questionnaire. Results : ${\cdot}$ Among the children, 345 had masculine gender identity, 529 had feminine gender identity, 526 had undifferentiated gender identity, and 718 had dual gender identity. ${\cdot}$ There were significant differences in the children's sex, mother's age, father's age, mother's educational level, father's educational level, existence of mother's job, father's job, social economic status, sex of siblings, mother's job satisfaction, family structure, family atmosphere, child-rearing attitude(warmth and control), role division of parents($p{\leq}0.001$) among 4 groups. ${\cdot}$ The significant predictors for dual gender identity were children's sex (OR = 0,196, P =0.001), father's age(OR = 31.053, p = 0.020), mother's educational level(OR = 43,980, p = 0.001), father's job(OR=27.465, p = 0.001), social economic status(OR=O.941, p=0.001), sex of siblings(OR = 0.329, p = 0.005), mother's job satisfaction(OR = 0.673, p =0.001), family structure(OR = 0.887, p = 0.001), family atmosphere(OR = 23.786, p = 0.001), parental Child-rearing attitude of warmth(OR = 8.043, p = 0.001) and child-rearing attitude of control(OR = 0.666, p = 0.005), role division of parents(OR = 3.009, p = 0.001). Conclusions : These findings suggest the necessity of broad understandings about factors which influence dual gender role, and construction of combinative model. Also they suggest parent education for establishment of children's dual gender identity.

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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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A Study on Design Guidelines for the Place Identity of Public Space (공공공간의 장소정체성을 위한 다자인가이드라인 방안 연구)

  • Chun, Mi-Hwa;Lee, Chan
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.145-154
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    • 2011
  • Identity of the place where the physical location and time and spatial context, and is structured as socially agreed symbols to build a consistent image, while fraught with Differentiation can be achieved through integration. And discrimination and the practical and effective deployment of an integrated image to be useful as a guide for the top design 'Design Guidelines' are, The findings, where the identity used to establish guidelines for the design for the following conclusions can be drawn. First, of public space design guidelines agreed upon by the public and social identity as the basis to establish a new identity as a contemporary and practical plan for this is to provide guidance. Second, the design guidelines in principle, the physical elements and activities of the parent and the temporal and spatial context and meaning were overridden. Third, the horizontal axis with respect to the identity and principles to guide development in the detail, and the vertical axis as a place to build an image in order for the specific design items are listed. Fourth, the guidelines can set a specific motif, and coverage including identity of the place. Fifth, by applying image and schematic the identity can be Implemented effectively and clearly. Without interfering with the designer's creativity and implement new image of the place, Design guidelines should study how a reasonable instructions.

Analysis of Gender Identity Expressed in the Movie based on Judith Butler's Gender Theory

  • Kim, HeeSeon;Kim, Jinyoung;Kan, Hosup
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.23 no.6
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    • pp.76-85
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    • 2019
  • is based on a true story of the first transgender individual. It portrays psychological changes visually during the protagonist's confusion with self-identity based on gender. This study analyzes gender identity in contemporary fashion intensively based on gender images and costumes appearing in the film . In the society lacking a fixed gender image, this study provides a timely insight into gender identities by analyzing the fashions depicted in the movie. The movie is a true story of the first transgender person working hard to determine his or her own gender identity. As a research method, the theoretical basis of genderless approach was established via literature review. The characteristics of genderless identity were determined by dividing the movie into established and ambiguous gender periods to analyze the comprehensive changes in costumes for comparison. Einer Wagner representing male identity portrays men's fashion whereas Lily Elbe representing female identity depicts women's fashion. While the two different genders find their places in a single body, the confusion creates genderless fashion. By dividing these phases into femininity, masculinity and genderless categories, each costume was analyzed comprehensively, and the images of relatively changing fashion were studied by altering the gender identity. Four characteristics including androgyne, rebellion, pleasure and balance were derived from the gender identity based on Fashion in .

Scalable Hierarchical Identity-based Signature Scheme from Lattices

  • Noh, Geontae;Jeong, Ik Rae
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.7 no.12
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    • pp.3261-3273
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    • 2013
  • In the paper, we propose a novel adaptively secure hierarchical identity-based signature scheme from lattices. The size of signatures in our scheme is shortest among the existing hierarchical identity-based signature schemes from lattices. Our scheme is motivated by Gentry et al.'s signature scheme and Agrawal et al.'s hierarchical identity-based encryption scheme.

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.