A Study on the Comparisons of Future Knowledge Utilizing Difference Predicted by Chaos of Knowledge of Korean University Students

한국 대학생의 지식혼돈에 따른 미래의 지식활용 차이 예측의 시계열적 비교 분석

Oh, Sang-young

  • Received : 2018.10.18
  • Accepted : 2019.01.20
  • Published : 2019.01.28


The development of the knowledge information system is increasing the symptoms that people refuse to remember. There is also a growing debate about whether to remember knowledge. This study investigated the preference of memorizing knowledge and finding knowledge. We predicted the use, effect, and expectation of ease of use of knowledge utilization that will appear in the future among preference groups. We analyzed whether there is a difference between the predicted expectations of knowledge utilization in the future. The first study was conducted in October 2014. This is the second study. We studied what changes were made in comparison with the first study. As a result, it was found that 1) there is no difference in broadening the diversity of knowledge utilization at future time, 2) expectation of the effect of knowledge utilization, and 3) ease of continuous knowledge creation. The results of this study suggest that it is important to provide a basis for discussing whether it is good to remember knowledge.


Knowledge;Chaos of Knowledge;Preference of Memorizing Knowledge;Finding Knowledge;Future utilization knowledge


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