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Traditional Dairy Products by Lactic Acid Bacteria in Mongolia (몽골에 있어서의 전통적 유산균 발효유제품)

  • Inhyu Bae;Sedkhun Burenjargal;Kang, Kook-Hee;Yang, Chul-Ju;Kong, Il-Keun
    • Food Science of Animal Resources
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.183-191
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    • 2002
  • The Mongolian milk processing technology has a specific characteristic as a result of the living habits of Central Asian nomads. There are many kinds of milk products in Mongolia due to their processing activity used milk from various dairy animal species. Mongolia has over 30 kinds of dairy products and fermented milk products which are occupied more than 36% of the Mongolian dairy products. Herdsmen who engaged extensive livestock production have specific methods to conserve and prepare the starter culture of fermented milk products in nomadic condition. Specifically, Mongolian lactic starter cultures were prepared from keeping milk products and specific wild plants. Nowadays, over 5 kinds of wild plants such as Rheum undulatum L. Rheum ribes L, Rumex acetosa L. Artemisa sibersena L, Artemisa vulgare are used for lactic starter preparing. Traditional processing methods of the Mongolian fermented milk products are based on the scientific basis and there are easy to learn and operate.

A Comparative Study on the Contents of Secondary Earth Science Curriculum between Mongolia and South Korea (몽골과 한국의 지구과학 교과 내용 비교 연구)

  • Gantumur, Ganchimeg;Kwak, Youngsun;Cha, Heeyong
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.40 no.6
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    • pp.621-630
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    • 2020
  • This study compared and analyzed the contents of secondary earth science curriculum in Mongolia and South Korea to check the contents of earth science education in both countries and to prepare basic data necessary for future earth science curriculum revisions. The research questions of this study are: first, to understand the changes and current operating conditions of earth science curriculum in both countries, to compare and analyze with other foreign cases, and second, to compare and analyze the contents of earth science and curriculum in both countries. The TIMSS evaluation framework is used to compare and analyze the earth science-related contents included in the science curriculum of middle schools. For analyzing the contents of high school, the contents of NGSS in the United States and the earth science curriculum contents of high schools in South Korea were mixed and the analysis frameworks were created and validated by experts. As a result of the study, countries that follow the Russian-style education system did not organize and operate earth science as an independent science subject, and deal with earth science-related content in the natural geography area of the geography subject. The earth science contents covered in middle school science curriculum in both countries, 18 of the 27 content elements of the TIMSS content analysis framework were matched in Mongolia and 20 in South Korea. In high school curriculum, the contents of earth science in Mongolia were described more briefly and not covered than in South Korea. In particular, the Mongolian geography curriculum dealt with many environmental issues. The emphasis on the operation method of the earth science curriculum in Mongolia and the contents related to the environment can be used as a reference when developing an interdisciplinary integrated curriculum of science and social studies in South Korea.

A Study on the Design of LADM-based Cadastral Data Model for Mongolia (LADM 기반의 몽골 지적 데이터 모델 설계에 관한 연구)

  • Munkhbaatar, Buuveibaatar;Kim, Moon-Gie;Lee, Young-ho;Koh, June-Hwan
    • Journal of Cadastre & Land InformatiX
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    • v.48 no.2
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    • pp.51-64
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    • 2018
  • The paper reviews the adoption of ISO 19152, Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) for the enhancement of the current Mongolian cadastral system. It can be said that the current cadastral system is developed for the pure purpose of land registration. There is a need for a comprehensive data model for not only this reason but also reflecting the current problems in the Mongolian cadastral system. The LADM was published by the International Organization for Standardization later in 2012 as an International Standard for modeling cadastral and land administration information for the purpose of providing a common vocabulary(ontology) and efficient system development. This study examined possibilities of adopting the LADM to the cadastral system for Mongolia focused on Land Manager system. Data model of the Land Manager was examined against the corresponding LADM classes and as a result, gaps between each data model have been drawn. Lastly we proposed the LADM-based new data model for Mongolian cadastral system ensuring that the current problems be reflected.

Construction of Learning Contents Using Korea and Mongolia Historical Heritage (한국과 몽골의 역사문화유산을 활용한 학습방안 구축)

  • Oh, Il-Whan
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.411-420
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    • 2012
  • In Korea, the traces of Mongolian history and culture are often found in Korean life and customs. Under these perceptions, this study has attempted to develop the learning contents using the Mongolian historical and cultural heritages in Korea. For this, the perspective on Mongolia in Korean History and Social Studies textbooks and the exhibition of Mongolian cultural materials in a museum have been analyzed. In addition, this study has researched a plan to develop learning contents for exhibition and education using the Mongolian historical & cultural heritage and folklore materials in Korea and people's perspective on Mongolia in the ancient western maps as a way of understanding the historical and cultural heritage between Korea and Mongolia. In addition, a way of taking advantage of the Mongolian historical and cultural heritage in Korea from the view of world history has been proposed to share historical views and promote cultural exchanges between the two countries. Furthermore, the development of learning contents of the museum using the historical and cultural heritage between Korea and Mongolia could be grounds for humanistic studies from the view of understanding multiculture and characteristics of international culture.

Counter-Terrorism Policy of Mongolia: Raising Awareness on Terrorism (몽골의 대테러 정책: 테러인식 제고)

  • Urangoo, Khash-Erdene;Lee, Ju-Lak
    • Korean Security Journal
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    • no.60
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    • pp.155-173
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    • 2019
  • This study touches upon the challenges of globalization, in which terrorism is one of the most brutal forms of criminal violence targeting innocent people. No country is immune from terrorist attacks, and no person is immune from becoming a victim. Interest in this topic is increasing as terrorism, in all its forms and manifestations, in its scale and intensity, and in its inhumanity and cruelty, is now becoming one of the most acute and pressing problems of global importance. Legal regulations passed in Mongolia in 2004 have established a structure to prevent and detect terrorist threats. However, the country's anti-terrorism policy should be improved with respect to its global counter-terrorism strategy. Because Mongolia is a comparatively safe country in the region, the people do not consider terrorism to be a real threat. This study aims to suggest methods to quickly raise awareness and create a security culture to improve Mongolia's long-term terrorism prevention policy. In particular, the authors review Mongolia's anti-terrorism policy, focusing on legal regulations, and suggest education methods to raise terrorism awareness for the public as a primary preventive measure. The study also presents a comparative analysis and a summary conclusion by examining international legal acts, conventions on new manifestations of terrorism, the foundations of laws and regulations of Mongolia, and related research on terrorism.

Usage of the International Standards for the Process of Methodological Acts and Software of the Records Management (기록관리 방법론 법제화와 소프트웨어 개발을 위한 국제표준의 활용)

  • Bolortuya, P.
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.189-192
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    • 2013
  • Since 2008, the General Archives Authority of Mongolia introduced management standards on international records, such as ISO 15489. GAAM translated the international standards and have trained government records managers with such standards. These international records management standards are also incorporated into the Mongolian records legislations and records management guidance. Complying with the standards are also the requirements for designing records management software in Mongolia.

Mongolia Medical Assistance 'M-LIMS' Design and Analysis (몽골 의료지원용 'M-LIMS' 의 설계 및 분석)

  • Yang, Kyung-Sik;Ahn, Woo-Young;Park, Sung-Sik;Koo, Kyung-Wan
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Computer Information Conference
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    • pp.437-441
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    • 2014
  • 몽골은 현재 국민에 대한 의료 평등이 잘 되어있지 않다. 몽골의 의료 기관은 1,2,3차 기관 세 종류가 있는데 1차는 기본기관, 2,3차는 전문기관이다. 하지만 전문기관은 도시에만 존재하기 때문에 도시권 외 주민들은 전문기관의 의료 서비스를 받기가 매우 힘들다. 게다가 해외 의료 기관들도 모두 수도 울란바토르에 집중되어 있기 때문에 그 격차는 더욱 더 심해진다. 이러한 의료 불평등을 조금이라도 해소하기 위하여 제안하는 것이 'M-LIMS' 이다. 'M-LIMS'는 기본적으로 이동식 병원이다. 'M-LIMS'에서는 환자 진료를 위한 몇 가지 기능을 제공한다. 첫 번째로 환자 관리를 위한 환자용 차트 작성이다. 두 번째로는 환자들의 진료 상황을 볼 수 있는 리스트 검색 및 공유 기능이다. 세 번째로는 환자들의 데이터들을 이용하여 규격화 된 차트로 변환하는 차트 작성 기능이다. 그리고 네 번째로는 차량 내 의사뿐이 아닌 다른 의사도 진료에 참여 할 수 있는 원격 진료 기능이다. 이렇듯 'M-LIMS'의 기능을 이용한다면 몽골의 의료 평등에 한 걸음 더 기여를 할 수 있지 않을까 기대를 한다.

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A Study on the Pork Market Analysis of Mongolia and the Continuous Export Possibility of Korean Pork (몽골 돼지고기 시장 분석 및 수출 지속 가능성)

  • Kwak, Young-Tai
    • Korean Journal of Food Preservation
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    • v.12 no.5
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    • pp.507-510
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    • 2005
  • This study was carried out to analyze the pork market of Mongolia and to find the continuous export possibility of Korean pork. The main results are as follows; First, pork consumption in Mongolia relies on import because pork production is not sufficient and pork price is high compared to beef or sheep meat. Second, Korean pork parts for export to Mongolia are pork fat and rear leg. Third, the authorities concerned have to keep a good relationship between Korean pork market and Mongolian pork market to export Korean pork to Mongolia when Korea pig farming is in depression.

소통+섬기는 마음: 나눔 더하기 행복 -행복하고 가슴 먹먹했던 이흐올학교 학생 건강검진

  • Kim, Jeong-Suk
    • 건강소식
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    • v.34 no.11
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    • pp.36-37
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    • 2010
  • 올해로 7년째를 맞이한 몽골 학생건강증진 지원사업은 몽골 보건부(MOH)의 국립보건국(DOH)과의 협약 아래, 우리나라 행정안전부의 민간단체 공익활동 지원을 토대로 진행되고 있다. 특히 올해는 몽골 흡수굴 아이막(우리나라의 도(道)) 이흐올 학교 학생의 건강검진, 생활환경 및 보건행태 조사, 건강캠페인을 실시하는 한편 전년도 사업 지역이었던 에르데넷의 지원 결과 모니터링 등을 위해 남서중 사무총장을 단장으로 9명의 사업단이 9월 25일부터 9박 10일간의 여정으로 떠났다.

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