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A Study of the Change Method of Korean Resident Registration Number (주민등록번호 변경 방법에 대한 연구)

  • Lee, Younggyo;Ahn, Jeonghee
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Digital Industry and Information Management
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.65-74
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    • 2016
  • The Korean resident registration number has been used since 1962 as a personal identification number. The Korean government assigns this number to each korean citizen and it is not able to be changed. In 2000s, as the Internet was rapidly spreaded out, personal information such as the Korean resident registration number, name, home address, and phone number was leaked. The companies provide diverse internet service while collecting personal information. However, personal information was sometimes leaked because of hacking, poor information management and so on. As s results, some of citizens asked government and court of Korea to change the Korean resident registration number because they suffered material damage and emotional distress. The constitutional court decided to be able to change the number from 2018. In this study, the Korean resident registration number which is possible to change, serial number, public certificate, I-PIN, and My-PIN were analyzed comparatively. In addition, considerations when the Korean resident registration number was changed were discussed. The public certificate and I-PIN were appropriate to the case of on-line Korean resident registration number. The Korean resident registration number, serial number, My-PIN were appropriate to the case of off-line Korean resident registration number. Lastly, it would be efficient to manage the Korean resident registration number separately such as on-line and off-line.

Geometry of Resident's ridge with Multidetector-Row Computed Tomograph Image (다중검출기 컴퓨터 단층 영상 분석을 이용한 Resident's ridge의 형태학적 연구)

  • Roh, Jeong-Ho;Min, Byoung-Hyun;Park, Jeong-Wook;Ahn, Byung-Moon
    • Journal of the Korean Arthroscopy Society
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.40-44
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to report the real geometry of Resident's ridge doing in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction Materials and Methods: From Jan 2007 to Aug 2007, 48 cases which had normal distal femoral condyle analyzed with Multidetector-Row Computed Tomography. Resident's ridge was defined as change of height above 1 mm in lateral wall of intercondylar notch. Anterior-posterior length of intercondylar notch, length and height of Resident's ridge, distance of Resident's ridge from posterior cortex were estimated with 3-D reconstruction using $Lucion^{(R)}$ program. Results: Cases were $59{\pm}16$ years olds and male was 16 cases, female was 32 cases. 9 cases had no Resident's ridge, anterior-posterior length of intercondylar notch was $25.4{\pm}3.5$ mm, average of length and height of the Resident's ridge was $8.2{\pm}2.6,\;3.5{\pm}1.5$ mm. Distance of the Resident's ridge from posterior cortex was $7.6{\pm}2.6$ mm. Conclusion: Resident's ridge was used as landmark in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, which presented in many cases and which had distinct length and height.

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A study on the Planning Element Utilization Method of Resident Participating Eco-Village (주민참여형 생태마을의 계획요소 활용 방법에 대한 연구)

  • Song, Jeong-Seok;Lee, Hyo-Won
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.27-34
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    • 2011
  • This paper is intended to deduce the planning elements of Eco-village through theory contemplation and preceding researches in order to be used as practical data of resident participating Eco-village by contemplating characteristics demonstrated in planning element utilization methods within the village. Resident participating Eco-village aims for residents who will reside in the relevant village to participate from village plans to construction. Unlike other Eco-village, residents of resident participating Eco-village make decisions autonomically through planning direction, planning elements, discussions and meetings, which are uniquely distinctive from other Eco-villages. It appears, however, that analysis on the planning element utilization methods of resident participating Eco-village is inadequate. There are various methods of village resident participation, and the methods cannot rule out the close relationship with planning elements. Hence, programs for resident participation should be devised at the time of village planning. Resident participating Eco-village should suggest measures and guidelines through finding problems in order to implement sustainable and environment-friendly life that prevent a retrograde step.

Exploratory Study of Resident Practice for Male & Female Students in the Secondary School (중등학교 남녀학생의 공수를 위한 생활관 실습 교육의 고찰)

  • 황재숙;김운주
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.7 no.2
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    • pp.19-33
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    • 1995
  • The goal of this study was to explore the existing program of resident practice structured for female students in order to propose its restructuring for male and female students in the secondary school. A sample of 30 teachers charged a program of resident practice and 55 home economics teachers completed self report measures of resident practice program. Interviews were conducted with 20 teachers to do in-depth research. The results indicated that, consistent with some previous research, there were some problems on facilities and program contents of resident practice. However, there were almost consistent with the required contents of program for male and female students. Significant differences were found only for the program contents such as table settings, wearing a traditional clothing and arranging flowers. A qualitative research showed that resident practice was equally important for the well-being of male and female students and preparing the 21st century. Respondents proposed that the program contents should be focused on traditional propriety and etiquette for daily life. More especially, the data illustrated how importance of the resident practice program should be a mechanism to be a human-centered education. The problems of resident practice for male and female students also was considered. Qualitative answers were suggested for the question : How the hall. Implications for resident practitioners, home economics educators, educational policy maker, as well as suggestions for future research were discussed.

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Comparative study of the operative experience of surgical residents before and after 80-hour work week restrictions

  • Kim, Dong Jin;Kim, Sung Geun
    • Annals of Surgical Treatment and Research
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    • v.95 no.5
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    • pp.233-239
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    • 2018
  • Purpose: In Korea, the working-hour limitation regulation has been implemented in December 2017. We aimed to define the difference in operative experience of surgical residents before and after implementing this policy in 2 hospitals among 8 affiliated hospitals of the Catholic Medical Center where implemented the 80 working-hour limitation policy since March 2015. Methods: All the operation records were reviewed, and the number of resident-participated surgeries between March and August in 2002 and 2017 were compared. Operations performed or participated in by residents as first assistants were defined as resident participated surgery. Results: After 2 years from the initiation of the resident work-hour limitations, the number of resident participated surgery has slightly decreased in both hospitals (Yeouido St. Mary's Hospital [YSM]: 317 to 302, St. Paul Hospital [SPH]: 635 to 461). For each resident, changes were like followings: $0{\rightarrow}21$ cases for R1, $65{\rightarrow}72$ cases for R2, $83{\rightarrow}192$ cases for R3, and $169{\rightarrow}17$ cases for R4 in YSM. In SPH, number of resident participating surgery was changed like followings: $4{\rightarrow}32$ cases for R1, $222{\rightarrow}100$ cases for R2, $317{\rightarrow}300$ cases for R3, and $92{\rightarrow}29$ cases for R4. In both hospital, while, total number of resident participating oncologic surgery has been decreased, number of resident participating appendectomy has been far increased. Activity of each grade resident is different according to hospital. Conclusion: Although total number of resident participating surgery decreased, variable changes were observed in each grade of resident according to each type of surgery and different hospitals. It is believed that comparisons of experiences from more hospitals in the future would be helpful in establishing the guidelines for surgical experience requirement of residents in Korea.

A Study on the Direction of Resident Acceptability for Photovoltaic System in Rural region - A Case of the rural village in Munback-myeon, Jincheon-gun, Chungbuk - (농촌지역 태양광발전 주민수용성 방향에 관한 조사 분석 연구 - 충북 진천군 문백면 농촌마을을 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Mi-Lan;Shin, Seung-Wook;Oh, Si-Doek;Kang, Soo-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.77-84
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    • 2019
  • In this study, we classified and analyzed the type and cause of resident conflicts and made a solution at side of resident through resident survey study for research subjects located at photovoltaic system will be installed or not. The factors of resident conflicts based on news media release from 2006 to 2018 were classified to four types such as economic, environmental, technological and procedural factors. According to the news analysis, the types and proportion of resident conflicts in the photovoltaic system projects showed 33% of economic factors, 32% of environmental factor, 21% of technological factor and 14% of procedural factor. This news analysis may suggest that it is very important residents to share the economic benefits as well as to ensure the fairness of the procedures for carrying out the project based on transparent information disclosure during the business promotion and profit distribution stages. We conducted the poll survey in the rural towns where photovoltaic system will be installed or not. The poll survey results showed that (i) there is quite difference in agreement rate and other recognition for sensitive matters such as profit distribution, environmental and technological factors whether photovoltaic system will be installed or not, (ii) the resident conflict regarding the photovoltaic system installation can reduce through direct involvement of residents process. To solve these resident conflicts, the local governments should mainly effort and consider the supporting technologies and consults to solve clearly resident conflicts. In addition, it has to advertise the safety of photovoltaic systems regarding electromagnetic wave which were within the range of scientifically harmless to the human body.

The methods of resident participation for community revitalization in civil renaissance (커뮤니티 활성화를 위한 도심재생에의 주민참여수법에 관한 고찰)

  • Rhee, Ji-Sook
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.533-540
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    • 2008
  • Since late 1990's the urban decline phenomenon has risen in most provincial cities in Korea. Many lively discussions have also risen about how to revitalize declined urban center. In small cities, especially resident participation is very important to revive their old vividness. The study then reviewed literatures published from 1995 to 2007 regarding resident participation in urban center revitalization for community reinvigoration. This study consists of four parts. The first part defined concepts of community and of resident participation, and included discussion about resident participation codes. In the second part, the problems about community formation and community facilities were scrutinized through preceding researches. The third and last parts suggested some propositions and strategies to draw resident participation into urban center revitalization.

Citizens' Perception on Resident Participation in Community Activities of Gwangju City (커뮤니티 활동의 주민참여에 대한 광주시민 의식 조사)

  • Kim, Young-Joo
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.29 no.6
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    • pp.89-103
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    • 2011
  • Citizen participation or resident participation is perceived as an effective way to correspond to the diverse urban problems, especially in the area of residential environment improvement projects and community activities. As the leading city of the Honam region and a core middle city leading the development of the southwestern region, Gwangju city is planning and under-developing new Housing Complexes and Urban Renewal Projects. The purpose of this study is to identify the perception of Gwangju citizens on resident participation in community activities to suggest diverse strategies for improving quality of citizen's life and making better living environment. For the research purpose, 1,380 questionnaires were distributed to the Gwangju citizens who live in 5 autonomous districts -Dong-gu, Seo-gu, Nam-gu, Buk-gu, and Gwangsan-gu- and 601 were used in data analysis. Although citizens in Dong-gu showed the lowest settlement consciousness, they required the highest level of need for resident self-help activities. Contrastingly, Seo-gu showed the highest level of settlement consciousness and the lowest need for resident self-help activities. Based on the results, high quality community facility should be provided to promote residential satisfaction and consciousness of residential participation and self-help activity must be improved. And also, diverse strategies for resident participation including development of resident education programs and search for regional resources should be covered in further research.

A Study on the Resident Committee Revitalization of Multi-family Housing (공동주택 입주자대표회의 현황과 활성화를 위한 연구 - 신도시를 중심으로 -)

  • Eun Nan-Soon;Kwak Do
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.37-45
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    • 2005
  • The resident committee is a main board of the multi-family housing communities, which discuss and decide important matters regarding the multi-family housing management. So, the purpose of this study was to provide critical informations in order to revitalize the resident committee of multi-family housing. The research was conducted by surveys and interviews with residents and resident committee members. The major results were as follows : The resident committee members indicated that primary reason for them to volunteer as a committee member was because of the encouragement and recommendation of their neighbors. They were willing to be members of the resident committee but they were displeased by the lack of participation and training of some of the committee members. Resident committee members also pointed out that they had difficulties in fulfilling their roles. For one thing, they were not paid for their participation. Another problem was that there were several committee members who did not have knowledge of related laws and they gave themselves a negative evaluation, which told that they had lack of multi-family housing community management skills and knowledge. Training and education of the committee was essential in areas such as budget management, auditing, and damage control.

Nursing Home Employee and Resident Satisfaction and Resident Care Outcomes

  • Plaku-Alakbarova, Bora;Punnett, Laura;Gore, Rebecca J.;Procare Research Team
    • Safety and Health at Work
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.408-415
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    • 2018
  • Background: Nursing home resident care is an ongoing topic of public discussion, and there is great interest in improving the quality of resident care. This study investigated the association between nursing home employees' job satisfaction and residents' satisfaction with care and medical outcomes. Methods: Employee and resident satisfaction were measured by questionnaire in 175 skilled nursing facilities in the eastern United States from 2005 to 2009. Facility-level data on residents' pressure ulcers, medically unexplained weight loss, and falls were obtained from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Long-Term Care Minimum Data Set. The association between employee satisfaction and resident satisfaction was examined with multiple and multilevel linear regression. Associations between employee satisfaction and the rates of pressure ulcers, weight loss, and falls were examined with simple and multilevel Poisson regression. Results: A 1-point increase in overall employee satisfaction was associated with an increase of 17.4 points (scale 0-100) in the satisfaction of residents and family members (p < 0.0001) and a 19% decrease in the incidence of resident falls, weight loss, and pressure ulcers combined (p < 0.0001), after adjusting for staffing ratio and percentage of resident-days paid by Medicaid. Conclusion: Job satisfaction of nursing home employees is associated with lower rates of resident injuries and higher resident satisfaction with care. A supportive work environment may help increase quality of care in the nation's nursing homes.