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Exploration of Physics Teachers' Perceptions of Idealization (이상화(idealization)에 관한 물리교사들의 인식)

  • Yoon, Ji-Hyun;Mun, Kong-Ju;Kim, Sung-Won
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.31 no.5
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    • pp.801-814
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    • 2011
  • The purposes of this study were to understand what is physics teachers' perceptions of idealization and to explore their teaching experiences about idealization in their physics classes. In order to achieve these research purpose, we conducted in-depth interviews with ten Korean physics teachers. The interview data was transcribed and analyzed interpretively. The results are as follows: (1) Physics teachers are not familiar with the term of 'idealization' but they understand the meaning of idealization and ideal condition. (2) Physics teachers understand the necessity of explicit mentions of idealization and ideal conditions in physics classes. (3) Physic teachers adapt conceptions of idealization and ideal condition into their lectures, experimental classes and evaluation strategies. Thus, the results of this study can provide theocratical understanding of idealization. It will help develop teacher education programs and physics teaching strategies. This research also suggested follow-up research questions about idealization in the physics education field.

Korean University Students' Understanding of Idealization in Mechanics and Its Implications for Physics Education

  • Song, Jin-Woong;Park, Jong-Won
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.906-923
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    • 2001
  • This study investigated university students' (majoring physics education) understanding of some aspects of idealization frequently used in teaching and learning of physics, especially of mechanics. A total of 143 students were given a Questionnaire of six questions requiring written responses. Out of the six questions, the first three were concerned with basic idealized concepts, the next two with the making of the assumptions of ideal conditions for given problem settings, and the last with the identification of the idealization used in the given solution of a problem. Students' written responses were grouped into patterns and the relative frequencies of the patterns were counted. It was found that the students had limited understanding of the idealization and their ideas were diverse and frequently incorrect. The implications of the findings are discussed in relation to the roles of idealization in physics education.

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Prediction of Welding Imperfection with Idealization of Welding and Their Accuracy (용접이상화에 의한 용접부정의 예측과 정도)

  • Lee, Jae-Yik;Chang, Kyong-Ho;Kim, You-Chul
    • Journal of Welding and Joining
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    • v.31 no.5
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    • pp.15-19
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    • 2013
  • In order to reduce a grand compute time in prediction of welding distortion and residual stress by 3D thermal elastic plastic analysis, idealization of welding that is methods to heat input simultaneously in all weld metal on the same welding direction is carried out on two weld joints(butt welding and fillet welding). Then, the accuracy of acquired results is investigated through the comparison of the high accuracy prediction results. The thermal conduction analysis results by idealization of welding, the temperature is raised accompany with beginning of heat input because all of weld metal is heated input at the same time. On the other side, the temperature witch predicted with high accuracy is raised at the moment heating source passes the measuring points. So, there is difference of time between idealization of welding and considering of moving heat source faithfully. However, temperature history by idealization of welding is well simulated a high accuracy prediction results.

A Study of High School Students' and Science Teachers' Understanding of Ideal Conditions involved in the Theoretical Explanation and Experiment in Physics: Part I- Focused on the Meaning and the Characteristics of Idealization - (물리학에서 이론적 설명과 실험에 포함된 이상조건에 대한 고등학생과 과학교사의 이해조사 I-이상화의 의미와 특성을 중심으로-)

  • Park, Jong-Won;Chung, Byung-Hoon;Kwon, Sung-Gi;Song, Jin-Woon
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.209-219
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    • 1998
  • This study is the first part of the investigation of the students' and teachers' understanding of ideal conditions in physics. To do this, here, we provided the theoretical basis for the above study by discussing the meaning and characteristics of idealization. Idealization, introduced and elaborated by Galileo therefore characterized the nature of modem science, can be generated by four procedures: neglecting the minor variables, giving without any description about the minor variables, assuming the limit case, assuming constancy or uniformity. Idealization generated by these procedures can produce models and laws from the sensory informations about real world. And physics world is constructed by formalization or mathematization of these models and laws obtained through idealization about real world. Therefore, it can be said that idealization have a major role in the context of discovery. By this aspects, physics world can be viewed as the approximation of the real world, and this view, again, give rise the philosophical debate about the reality in nature. Idealization take an important role in the process of application of physics world and the understanding the real world. That is, physicists accept the discrepancies between real world, and physics world and make a great effort to explain, moreover, reduce these discrepancies by modifying or eliminating idealization involved in physics world. Continued from this study, we will proceed to obtain the implications of idealization on the physics learning and investigate the students' and teachers' understanding of the ideal condition involved in the theoretical explanation and the experiment in physics.

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A Study of High School Students' and Science Teachers' Understanding of Ideal Conditions involved in the Theoretical Explanation and Experiment in Physics: Part II- Focused on the Implications to the Physics Learning - (물리학에서 이론적 설명과 실험에 포함된 이상조건에 대한 고등학생과 과학교사의 이해조사 II-이상화가 물리학습에 주는 시사점을 중심으로-)

  • Park, Jong-Won;Chung, Byung-Hoon;Kwon, Sung-Gi;Song, Jin-Woon
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.245-256
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    • 1998
  • In this study, we discussed about the implications of the idealization, which take an important role in physics, to the physics education. First, understanding of the idealization help the physics learning itself. This is because that various types of idealizations are included in the physics terms and concepts, derivation processes of physics laws and formulas, and explanation of natural phenomena and problem solving activities. Second, understanding of the idealization can help the application of the physics world to the real world. That is, by understanding the extent and the limit of idealization used in physics world, physics students can understand the discrepancies between the real world and the physics world. And also, by modifying or eliminating the idealization, students can extend the extent of understanding about how predictions based on the idealization used in the physics world will change. To do this, we suggested the application of computer simulation program in physics laboratories. Third, idealization take an important role in the inquiry learning for students' originality. The activities of identifying or controlling the variables, as one of the principal factors of scientific inquiry, need the appropriate establishment of the ideal conditions. And to analyze the limiting case or practice the thought experiments for understanding the impossible situation in the real world, ideal conditions also are needed. This study discussed above three aspects with various concrete examples and, with Park et al.'s study (Park et al., 1998), present the theoretical basis for the study of students' and teachers' understanding the idealization.

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IDEALIZATION OF EM-HERMITE RINGS

  • Abdelkarim, Hiba;Abuosba, Emad;Ghanem, Manal
    • Communications of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.35 no.1
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    • pp.13-20
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    • 2020
  • A commutative ring R with unityis called EM-Hermite if for each a, b ∈ R there exist c, d, f ∈ R such that a = cd, b = cf and the ideal (d, f) is regular in R. We showed in this article that R is a PP-ring if and only if the idealization R(+)R is an EM-Hermite ring if and only if R[x]/(xn+1) is an EM-Hermite ring for each n ∈ ℕ. We generalize some results, and answer some questions in the literature.

Narcissism and Idealization through the Analysis of Carrère's novel and Ozon's Film (나르시시즘과 이상화 - 카레르의 소설과 오종의 영화에 나타나는 주인공 사례분석을 통하여)

  • OH, Jungmin
    • Cross-Cultural Studies
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    • v.19
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    • pp.101-126
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    • 2010
  • Narcissism is a pathological phenomenon and narcissistic subject always needs to put itself on the top and has interest in nothing but its own determination. The protagonist of Adversary by ?mmanuel Carr?re does pay careful attention to what others are thinking of him while he does not distinguish difference between object of love and himself. So he can be allegedly narcissistic subject. And it can be said that the behaviors of Mary in the movie Under the sand by Ozon are included in narcissism in that narcissistic subject has the characteristics that idealizes the object of libido. However, in this study, the heroine is examined based on such a point that the object of love and extreme idealization incline toward others. We call this case reverse-narcissism. In Part 2, it is investigated what relation narcissism as an unconscious psychological tool has with Oedipus complex, which plays an important role in forming human psyche. For instance, disappointment caused by prohibition at the oedipal stage is too severe, which creates superego and its idealization to protect in such a way that narcissistic regression can not be done. Cases of extremely big gap between ego and ideal type are perversion, impostor, mania, paranoia, etc, where narcissistic and oedipal elements are combined to affect.

ON FUZZY PRIME SUBMODULES OF FUZZY MULTIPLICATION MODULES

  • Lee, Dong-Soo;Park, Chul-Hwan
    • East Asian mathematical journal
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.75-82
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    • 2011
  • In this paper, we will introduce the concept of fuzzy mulitplication module. We will define a new operation called a product on th family of all fuzzy submodules of a fuzzy mulitplication module. We will define a fuzzy subset of the idealization ring R+M and find some relations with the product of fuzzy submodules and product of fuzzy ideals of the idealization ring R+M. Some properties of weakly fuzzy prime submoduels and fuzzy prime submodules which are de ned by T.K.Mukherjee M.K.Sen and D.Roy will be introduced. We will investigate some properties of fuzzy prime submodules of a fuzzy multiplication module.

IDEALIZATIONS OF PSEUDO BUCHSBAUM MODULES OVER A PSEUDO BUCHSBAUM RING

  • Nguyen, Thi Hong Loan;Nong, Quoc Chinh
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.50 no.5
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    • pp.1523-1530
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    • 2013
  • Let (A,m) be a Noetherian local ring and M a finitely generated A-module. The notion of pseudo Buchsbaum module was introduced in [3] as an extension of that of Buchsbaum module. In this paper, we give a condition for the idealization A⋉M of M over A to be pseudo Buchsbaum.

Idealization of the Body in Fashion -Focus on Skinny Jeans as an Externalized Corset- (패션에 나타난 몸의 이상화 -외면화된 코르셋으로서의 스키니 진을 중심으로-)

  • Yim, Eun-Hyuk
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.35 no.10
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    • pp.1215-1227
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    • 2011
  • The recent craze for so-called skinny jeans is illustrative of the restraint of the body through dress. This phenomenon is noteworthy when considering the internalization of the corset in contemporary fashion. Grown out of the garments of soundly practical use, blue jeans have led the stream of fashion for about 150 years and now they serve as the new corset idealizing the female body in the form of skinny jeans. This study intends to examine the idealization of the body in contemporary fashion and focus on skinny jeans as an externalized corset. The struggle with corsets continues in that the real body is overwhelmed by fashion items. In the aspect of idealizing the body by constraining the body parts, skinny jeans externalize the control of the body as contemporary corsets. This study conducts literature research and content analysis as the method of investigation and focuses on women's fashion from the 20th century. Exerting a harmful influence on health (as corsets have done) the body in skinny jeans is regarded as a modifiable entity. The thinness of the body achieved by skinny jeans suggests the controlling power over the body. Moreover, this gives access to the power presented by the contemporary ideal of thinness. Skinny jeans are modern day glass slippers.