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Music and Imagery as a Method for Mindfulness: Exploration of Music Therapy Interns' Experiences (마음챙김의 방법으로서 음악심상: 예비음악치료사의 경험을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Young Shil
    • Journal of Music and Human Behavior
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.93-114
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    • 2018
  • This study aimed to investigate the use of music and imagery (MI) as a method for promoting mindfulness. A total of 11 music therapy interns participated in an MI group over 8 weeks. Statements from participants during the program were transcribed and analyzed using the method of modified grounded theory. The results showed that the participants' statements fell into three categories: awareness, acceptance, and distancing. For each category, subcategories were identified. For the category of awareness, the subcategories were emotion, sensation, and thoughts. For the acceptance category, the subcategories were facing and broadening viewpoints. For the distancing category, the subcategories were dissociation from emotions. Each subcategory was further analyzed. The results showed that the participants' experiences were similar to one another in terms of type but differed in terms of dimension varied. These results support the use of MI for increasing mindfulness and reducing burnout in music therapy interns. Further studies are recommended to investigate the factors for the experience of mindfulness induced by MI processes.

Comparative study of the food Instrument design for the Design Preference and Creativity between Korea and Malaysia (음식도구에 있어 디자인선호와 창의성평가요소에 대한 비교 - 말레이시아와 한국을 중심으로 한 디자인 사례연구 -)

  • Lee, Sung-Pil;Hong, Jung-Pyo
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.225-232
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    • 2009
  • There are life-style and many different cultural differences between countries. Among them, food is different from other areas. Especially, if Food Tools are used by food type, even though the design factor is same, the function is different. Therefore, research and development of a Food Tool design is necessary to use a Universal Food Tool between countries. The purpose of this research is to develop a behavior analysis process for food, finding similarities and differences by food type; and cultural differences between countries; and to propose a design Food Tool design that can be used between countries. This research on methods and content is for the development of the consumer behavior analysis process about food, grafting theoretical studies about behavior analysis and working behavior analysis on the spot, to develop a food action analysis process. Second, do comparative analysis process of food order and evaluation between countries; and think about the problems and symptoms, then propose methods to resolve the problems. Third, each process is divided by category, to find the features by each category of foods between countries. Results may be obtained through research and the comparative analysis of each country's, foods, behavior and restaurant types. Specifically, researchers can use food tool design to obtain results and compare the same items between countries, compare university design education, and create new ideas through cooperation and complementary research.

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Application of the Web Design Elements using the Aesthetic Evaluation (감성평가를 이용한 웹 디자인 요소의 활용방안)

  • 김미영;정홍인
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.413-420
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    • 2004
  • New design method has been required for web designers to grasp the proper emotion, impression, and feeling of a web site and reflect these elements in web design. It is certain that such a new methodology can be a useful design tool, although web designers have only relied on their intuition and experience to induce users to perceive specific emotion of web sites. In this study, Kansei Engineering Type Ⅰ (Nagamachi, 2002 and Park, 2000) method was applied to develop the methodology. One hundred thirty six web sites believed to convey emotions effectively were first selected by recommendation of professional web designers and twenty two web sites were finally chosen and evaluated using questionnaire. The web sites were then objectively and quantitatively assessed by measuring the degree of utilization of the design elements, balance, overall density, and homogeneity. We examined the cause-and-effect between the results of emotional and quantitative analysis by multiple regression and introduced the design methodology based on the examination. The research method and procedures applied to this study would be applicable to design studies related to the emotional inducement.

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The Influence of Negative Emotions on Customer Contribution to Organizational Innovation in an Online Brand Community (온라인 브랜드 커뮤니티 내 부정적 감정들이 기업 혁신을 위한 고객 기여에 미치는 영향)

  • Jung, Suyeon;Lee, Hanjun;Suh, Yongmoo
    • Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.91-100
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    • 2013
  • In recent years, online brand communities, whereby firms and customers interact freely, are emerging trend, because customers' opinions collected in these communities can help firms to achieve their innovation effectively. In this study, we examined whether customer opinions containing negative emotions have influence on their adoption for organizational innovation. To that end, we firstly classified negative emotions into five categories of detailed negative emotions such as Fear, Anger, Shame, Sadness, and Frustration. Then, we developed a lexicon for each category of negative emotions, using WordNet and SentiWordNet. From 81,543 customer opinions collected from MyStarbucksIdea.com which is Starbucks' brand community, we extracted terms that belong to each lexicon. We conducted an experiment to examine whether the existence, frequency and strength of terms with negative emotions in each category affect the adoption of customer opinions for organizational innovation. In the experiment, we statistically verified that there is a positive relationship between customer ideas containing negative emotions and their adoption for innovation. Especially, Frustration and Sadness out of the five emotions are significantly influential to organizational innovation.

A Study on the Images and Preference of Lighting Space - Focusing on fashion Stores - (조명공간의 이미지 및 선호도 연구 - 패션 매장을 중심으로 -)

  • Seok, Hye-Jung;Han, Seung-Hee;Lee, Jong-Sook
    • Journal of the Korea Fashion and Costume Design Association
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.1-11
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    • 2015
  • This study comparatively analyzed the images and preference of lighting space using the emotion-based technique in order to effectively use it in clothing shops and fashion marketing. In terms of color temperature for light sources, 2,800K of lamp color, 6,500K of daylight color and 4,200K of white color were used. For the assessment, sensory evaluation technique was used. Then, the study found the followings: In terms of the image of lighting space by light source, different images were observed by light source with significant difference by the evaluation category. For factor analysis by the evaluation category, 7 factors were extracted. Among them, evaluation on lighting space was influenced by the following three images: modern space, elegant space and classical space. In particular, the modern space comprised of the following adjectives had the biggest effect on the assessment of the image of lighting space ('refreshing,' 'transparent,' 'bluish,' 'bright' and 'non-classical') (primary evaluation 30.13%). According to assessment on the preference of lighting space, the respondents' most favorite lighting space was 4,200K while their least favorable one was 6,500K in terms of color temperature. In terms of preference by the image of lighting space, they didn't like 'non-elegant' and 'non-beige' images even though they had the images of modern space. Therefore, it was confirmed that beige and elegant space images have an effect on the preference of lighting space.

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A Study on Concept Mapping of the Citizen-initiative (주민주도성에 관한 개념도(Concept Mapping) 연구)

  • Jang, Yeon Jin;Ha, Eun Sol
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare Studies
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    • v.49 no.1
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    • pp.163-190
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    • 2018
  • The citizen-initiative has been frequently mentioned in community building project which is being promoted by Seoul City. The citizen-initiative has become an important concept in the direction of community welfare efforts. However, this concept has not been defined clearly in social welfare. In this context, the purpose of this study is to find how the practitioners of the social welfare practice field recognize the concept of citizen-initiative. In this study, concept mapping method was used to generate 59 statements about the citizeninitiative in 10 social workers in Seoul. Multidimensional scaling analysis and hierarchical cluster analysis are used to do mapping and grouping the 59 statements. The results are as follows. A total of 6 categories were derived. The six categories are named "Inducement of Participation", "Practice", "Procedure", "Awareness and Interest extension", "Expression of Opinion", "Attitude and Emotion". "Practice" category was revealed as a core category in the concept of citizen-initiative. This study is meaningful as a first step to discuss "what is the citizen-initiative?" and to make consensus in social welfare academic area and practice field.

Inference of Korean Public Sentiment from Online News (온라인 뉴스에 대한 한국 대중의 감정 예측)

  • Matteson, Andrew Stuart;Choi, Soon-Young;Lim, Heui-Seok
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.7
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    • pp.25-31
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    • 2018
  • Online news has replaced the traditional newspaper and has brought about a profound transformation in the way we access and share information. News websites have had the ability for users to post comments for quite some time, and some have also begun to crowdsource reactions to news articles. The field of sentiment analysis seeks to computationally model the emotions and reactions experienced when presented with text. In this work, we analyze more than 100,000 news articles over ten categories with five user-generated emotional annotations to determine whether or not these reactions have a mathematical correlation to the news body text and propose a simple sentiment analysis algorithm that requires minimal preprocessing and no machine learning. We show that it is effective even for a morphologically complex language like Korean.

An Exploratory Approach to Textile Designer's Cognition Model -focused on the Stage of Motif Development- (텍스타일 디자이너의 인지 모형에 대한 탐색적 접근 -모티브 개발 단계를 중심으로-)

  • 송승근;이주현
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.55-62
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    • 2003
  • This study was an exploratory approach to the cognitive model of textile designers on the stage of motif development in textile design process. Prior to the main research, several previous studies adopting methods of video/audio protocol analysis were reviewed. On the basis of the review, the categories of design action were derived as an analysis frame by application of top-down access method, meanwhile the sub-groups of each category of design action were identified through a bottom-up access method. To summarize the research result, total three categories of textile design action appeared based on the theory of ‘Human processor’ model : ‘motor action’, ‘perceptual action’ and 'cognitive action'. In next, a new coding scheme suitably explaining these three categories of fertile design action was developed. Finally, a cognitive model of textile designer on the stage of motif development, employing the new coding scheme, was suggested in this study.

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A Study on the Heart's Imitation[心之範圍] of So-eumin (소음인(少陰人)의 심지범위(心之範圍)에 대한 고찰)

  • Shin, Sang-won
    • Journal of Korean Medical classics
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    • v.33 no.3
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    • pp.21-36
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    • 2020
  • Objectives : This paper aims to understand the meaning of '少陰人 心之範圍' and to determine its clinical implication. Methods : First, the meaning of the verb '範圍' was examined in 『IChing·XiCi(周易·繫辭傳)』 from where it originated. Based on the findings, the meaning of '心之範圍' in the context of the nature and emotion[性情] of So-eumin as explained in the 『DongUisusebowon(東醫壽世保元)』 was further investigated. Moreover, the clinical significance of the observation of '心之範圍' in relation to determining prognosis was discussed in regards to 'visceral syncope[藏厥]' and 'exuberating yin separating yang[陰盛隔陽]' which come under the severe symptoms[危證] category in the disease pattern of So-eumin. Results : '範圍' as mentioned in 『IChing·XiCi(周易·繫辭傳)』 refers to the process of creating a framework that takes after the tendencies of the patterns of change of the external world that influences mankind. The objective of this process is to prepare for the excessiveness and insufficiency of the change that happens in the external world so as to ultimately protect all existences. The workings of '範圍' could be assumed on a personal level as well. As the nature and emotion of So-eumin is closely related to the purpose and object of '範圍', Yi Jema suggested that through observing whether the So-eumin exhibits '心之範圍' or not, that it could be determined whether his/her innate nature is being properly exercised or not. Conclusions : Whether one's agitation calms down or not even for a moment is the criteria for determining prognosis of the entire disease, while its calming-down relies on proper functioning of '心之範圍'. The way to determine this is through observation of the manifest attitude of the So-eumin. If the So-eumin displays a poised and autonomous[綽綽卓卓] attitude even for a moment, it could be understood as the '心之範圍' process being properly functioning, indicating the overall direction to be heading towards relief of the sense of instability, allowing for a positive outlook on treatment.