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The effect of landscape meaning on landscape assessment focused on the interaction with scenic beauty, people\\`s purpose and socio-cultural experience (경관의 의미와 경관평가에 관한 연구 - 경관의 미적 특질, 사람들의 목적 및 사회 문화적 경험과의 관련성을 중심으로 -)

  • 이영경
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.24 no.4
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    • pp.59-73
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    • 1997
  • Past research suggests that a landscape has a specific situational meaning that is comprized of physical, social, and functional dimensions. and that the meaning: influences person/landscape interactions. In this study. the effect of landscape meaning on three landscape assessment(scenic beauty assessment, picnic preference, living preference) was tested by manipulating landscape meaning in three ways: Korean-positive, Korean-neutral, American-positive The results showed that landscape ,meaning played an important role in determining cognitive interactions and affective experiences of landscapes. However, it should be notch that the beneficial effect of positive meaning on landscape experiences depended on people's tasks and levels of oflandscape beauty. The effect was larger for both picnic preference (than scenic beauty and living preference) and low-beauty landscape (than the high-beauty) . The results also showed that the beneficial effect of positive meaning depended on the relationship between talc nature of positive meaning and measurement context.

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A Study on the Extension Meaning of Expressed Clothing in Novel (복식의 의미확장연구 -소설텍스트를 중심으로-)

  • 유지헌
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.26 no.8
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    • pp.1228-1238
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    • 2002
  • This study attempted to identify that how the meaning of clothes and clothing behavior were extended, and to examine that they, produce what kinds of meaning in the specific contort in a novel, the Honpul. The Frame of meaning analysis proposed by Beaugrande, Dressier, and Damesteter was used as an analyzing method. The 100 texts were collected for analysis from the Honpul volume 1 to 10. Psychological meanings were categorized to sensitivity meaning, disposition meaning and incantation meaning. Those had not only a basic meaning which could be gotten from the practical clothing but also second and third extended meanings. The point of this study was to present a new method and possibility for analyzing the code of costume culture by the extended meanings in novels.

A Study on the Individual Meaning of and the Institutional Meaning of Housework (가사노동의 개인적 의미와 제도적 의미에 관한 연구)

  • 윤숙현
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.35 no.5
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    • pp.119-129
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    • 1997
  • The purpose of this study is to understand the meaning of‘housework’. In order to understand the intrinsic meaning of housework, we have to distinguish between ‘individual meaning’and‘institutional meaning’. The former is related to the concern, intent, habit, need, desire, and motivation of the given individual, while the latter is related to the social value, norm, and convention of human behavior. The majority of the studies on housework have been made by focusing on individual meaning. As the individual meaning of housework has gradually been emphasized, it has been forgotten that‘housework’itself is a very important part of‘home life’, and then the importance of home life has gradually diminished. Housework is naturally carried out in the process of human history, and housework reflect total human wisdom. In other words, it is thought that it is possible to grasp the total meaning of life in housework. Our life can be richer than now by increasing the quantity of philosophical analysis of the phenomena related to housework.

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A Study on Meaning in Solving of Mathematical Modeling Problem (수학적 모델링문제 해결에서의 의미에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Chang Su
    • Journal of the Korean School Mathematics Society
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.561-582
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    • 2013
  • Meanwhile, the meaning has been emphasized in mathematics. But the meaning of meaning had not been clearly defined and the meaning classification had not been reported. In this respect, the meaning was classified as expressive and cognitive. Furthermore, it was reclassified as mathematical situation and real situation. Based on this classification, we investigated how student recognizes the meaning when solving mathematical modeling problem. As a result, we found that the understanding of cognitive meaning in real situation is more difficult than that of the other meaning. And we knew that understanding the meaning in solving of equation, has more difficulty than in expression of equation. Thus, to help students understanding the meaning in the whole process of mathematical modeling, we have to connect real situation with mathematical situation. And this teaching method through unit and measurement, will be an alternative method for connecting real situation and mathematical situation.

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Inquisition of Meaning in Life for Logotherapy Application in Hospice Nursing (호스피스 간호에서 의미요법 적용을 위한 생의 의미 고찰)

  • Choi, Soon-Ock;Kim, Sook-Nam
    • The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.329-339
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    • 2003
  • The purpose of this study is to consider of meaning in life based on Frankl's theory and to propose of hospice nursing according to conceptual framework of meaning in life. The conceptual framework of meaning in life is composed of 4 phases. According to the first phase, acceptance & awareness of self and life, hospice nurse should helps dying patient to accept limitedness of human existence and death. and according to the second phase, actualization of creative value, hospice nurse can helps dying patient to discover meaning in life through doing a deed for last time before his death. According to the third phase, actualization of experiential value, hospice nurse can helps them to discovery of meaning by experiencing of love through meetings with other people, nature, and god. According to the forth phase, actualization of attitudinal value, hospice nurse can helps them to discovery of meaning by realizing meaning in suffering and death through exercising of the inner freedom to choose bravery and acceptance in the face of death and misfortune. As mentioned above, the Frankl's theory accords with the core of hospice nursing that helps people to accomplish human essence in suffering and death. therefore we accepted Frankl's point of view, asserted that one of the most important roles of a hospice nurse as a supporter and sustainer for dying patients is to help patients to find meaning in life even in the course of death. To achieve the goal, hospice nurses should try to have a firm faith through philosophical introspection about life, death, human existence and meaning in life what the most important goal of life is to discover meaning in life and human have the duty and responsibility of recognizing and pursuing meaning up to the last moment of life.

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A Study on the Meaning of Home of the University Student (대학생들의 집의 의미에 대한 연구)

  • Lee, Eun-Joo;Cho, Sung-Heui
    • Proceeding of Spring/Autumn Annual Conference of KHA
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    • pp.416-419
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    • 2006
  • Not only is home a place, but also it has psychological and social meaning. Then the meaning of home is different according to geographical location or group. Therefore, under this background, the purpose of this study was to analyze the meaning of home of the university students. The data was collected through the students ' essay about "the meaning of housing for me". The samples are 158 in total. The research method which was performed in order to recognize the meaning of home was a content analysis . As the results of study, the meaning of home are 10 in total. First order is a home as a refuge, second order is a home as a space with a family, and third order is a home as a base of activity.

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The Relationship between Consumer's Ethical Consumption Consciousness, Life Meaning and Consumer Happiness

  • Goo, Hye Kyoung
    • International Journal of Advanced Culture Technology
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.249-254
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    • 2020
  • This study are to show the relation between ethical consumption consciousness, life meaning and happiness of life. Specifically, this study aims to examine the mediation effects of the meaning of life in the relationship of the ethical consumption consciousness and happiness, a survey was conducted by collecting 265 valid questionnaires. SPSS and AMOS statistical package were used to examine the relationships between variables. The results showed that ethical consumption consciousness had a significantly positive effect on life meaning. It was also found that life meaning had a positive effect on happiness of life. This study is significant in the sense that it identifies ethical consumerism consciousness has a positive influence on life meaning and consumer happiness. In particular, the mediating effect of the meaning of life, which is drawing attention in various research fields, was confirmed in the relationship between ethical consumption consciousness and happiness. This study can be used as effective information for further ethical consumption education and suggested implications for enhancing ethical consumption consciousness and happiness in various ways.

Effects of Meaning Enhancement Program on Meaning of Life for Korean College Students: A Systematic Review (의미증진 프로그램이 우리나라 대학생의 삶의 의미에 미치는 효과: 체계적 문헌고찰)

  • Do, Eunna;Cho, Sunhee
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.19 no.5
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    • pp.79-90
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    • 2021
  • This study aimed to review the literature on the effects of the meaning enhancement program for college students studied in Korea, and to analyze the content and formal characteristics and the meaning enhancement effects of the program for college students. The literature was collected for studies aimed at enhancing meaning of life in college students among research papers and dissertations published in Korea until May 2021. Six databases were used to conduct searches with 'logotherapy' in Korean and English OR "meaning therapy" OR "meaning of life" OR 'meaning'. Two independent researchers performed an assessment of bias risk and research quality using a standardized tool, with seven final selected papers. All seven meaning enhancement programs were effective in discovering the meaning of life among college students, and both single and merged interventions were found to be effective. In order to analyze the effect size of meaning enhancement programs for college students, randomized control experimental studies need to be conducted in the future.

A Study on the meaning of work and job embeddedness affecting the creative behavior of organization members

  • Kim, Moon Jun
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.97-107
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    • 2021
  • This study attempted to confirm the factors that the meaning of work perceived by organization members and job embeddedness affects creative behavior. In addition, we tried to confirm the relationship between the meaning of work and job embeddedness. On the other hand, we tried to verify the mediating effect of job embeddedness between the meaning of work and creative behavior. Accordingly, the following results and implications were derived through the hypotheses set for the members of small and medium-sized enterprises. First, the meaning of work showed a positive effect on job embeddedness and creative behavior, and it was empirically analyzed that job embeddedness was improved on creative behavior. In order to improve the creative behavior of organizational members, the need for advancement of the management and training system to systematically improve and strengthen the meaning of work and job embeddedness has emerged. Second, job embeddedness showed a mediating effect between the meaning of work and creative behavior. In other words, the employee's job embeddedness acted as a direct or indirect factor according to the improvement of the meaning of work and creative behavior. Accordingly, as one of the major factors in human resource management and strategic human resource development for the advancement of the sustainable management system, the need for institutional establishment and implementation was required as it became more efficient and effective.

Conceptual Meaning of Purple-series Color Names in the Clothing of Joseon Dynasty Period (조선시대 복식에 나타난 자색계 색명의 개념적 의미)

  • 김순영;남윤자;조우현
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.28 no.11
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    • pp.1458-1469
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    • 2004
  • In this study, color names focusing on the purple series, appearing in the clothing of the Joseon Dynasty, were classified systematically, and the conceptual meaning of each name were investigated through various methods. The results are as follows; First, the color names of purple-series were classified systematically. According to the integration scheme of morphemes, color names could be divided into two categories; single names and composite names. Color names could also be classified into universal and limited names according to the areal distribution of literatures. Secondly, the conceptual meaning of the color names of purple-series were considered. The conceptual meaning could be divided into two categories; one 'etymological and dyeing methodological meaning', the other 'color systematic meaning' By studying the dictionary definition of color names, comparing and analyzing the material composition of colors, the etymological and dyeing methodological meaning could be grasped. Furthermore, the color systematic meaning of each name could be grasped through the cluster analysis of L*, a*, b* values measured from the relics of clothing. Thirdly, the conceptual semantic structure were established on the basis of conceptual meanings of purple-series color names. The conceptual semantic structure of purple-series color names is forming discrete structure with the dyeing method and material of dyes as their semantic components.