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A Study on the Direction of Mission Education Based on Ecumenical Mission (에큐메니칼 선교에 기초한 선교교육의 방향에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Eun Joo
    • Journal of Christian Education in Korea
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    • v.66
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    • pp.179-208
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    • 2021
  • Due to COVID-19, the entire world is facing the unprecedented phenomenon. Amid the threat of the virus, the global community is struggling for life. In such circumstances, churches in Korea have been criticised as selfish groups threatening the community by spreading the virus. With such criticism, they are disregarded by Korean society because their immorality and exclusive attitude towards other religions and cultures were also mentioned in public. There are many reasons for Korean churches to lose trust from people. One of the reasons for that is the quantitative growth of church and expansion of the power of church, which is a direction that has been practised so far as a missionary goal. The zeal for spreading gospel has undermined the trust of church and become a deteriorating factor for mission, which is irony. In such problematic situations, the change of paradigm is required for new mission. The passion for evangelisation should not only focus on the quantitative growth of church; it should change its direction for serving the world in lieu with the plan of God for the activity of redemption on this land. A hint of such mission can be found in ecumenical mission. Ecumenical mission is a new paradigm which was discussed in ecumenical movement led mainly by WCC, and its aim is to participate in activities of redemption of God for life in this world. Christian education has been a tool for the expansion of Christian power in the context of traditional mission. Reflecting on the role of Christian education as such, the change of direction as practical movement for the kingdom of God was tried in ecumenical movement: the beginning of the discussion of Christian education based on ecumenical mission. Due to exclusivity, aggressive mission, and the excessive attention to the system of ecclesiastical authority rather than life, Korean churches, which have lost trust in this society, should recover themselves as the model of the kingdom of God, and the establishment of mission education based on ecumenical mission is required for them to become a community towards life. Furthermore, this is an urgent task for Korean churches to implement such mission education in a church community.

The Effect of Small Business Management Education on the Sustainability of Business: Focusing on the Mediated Effect of Expectations for Management Education (소상공인 경영교육이 사업 지속가능성에 미치는 영향: 경영교육에 대한 기대의 매개효과를 중심으로)

  • Park, SoYeon;Hyun, ByungHwan
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.22 no.3
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    • pp.217-233
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    • 2021
  • Small business owners are currently greatly affected by the economic downturn caused by COVID-19. It is a study on the expected effect of education on management education of small business owners and the sustainability of the project on the premise that education can increase the self-sustainability of small business owners amid the rapidly changing global economy and consumer sentiment due to COVID-19. The following research results were derived by surveying those who completed management education of the Small Business Market Promotion Foundation. Management education was found to have a positive effect on education expectation effect, and education expectation effect was also found to have a positive effect on sustainability. In addition, management education had a positive effect on the sustainability of the project, and the expected effect of education was mediated between management education and sustainability. These results show that management education has a positive effect on survival and continuous performance in the business of small business owners, and steady efforts to acquire education can be said to be helpful in management activities. As a practical implication, first, since positive education expectations for management education can be seen as affecting the sustainability of the project, it should be possible to increase the expected effect by configuring interest and interest in education when forming management education programs. Second, management education directly affects the maintenance, survival, and sustainability of small business owners, and the knowledge acquired by participating in education helps improve management activities, so you can think of adding the amount and number of educational support. Third, since the sustainability of small business owners also affects the survival of the business, more active promotion of education will be needed so that more small business owners can receive management education.

Changes and Comparative Analysis of Job-offer, Job-search and Small and Medium-sized Companies Before and after the Corona Era (코로나 시대 이전과 이후의 구인·구직 및 중소기업의 변화 및 비교분석)

  • Kim, Youn Su;Chang, In Hong;Song, Kwang Yoon
    • Journal of the Chosun Natural Science
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    • v.14 no.1
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    • pp.11-20
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    • 2021
  • On November 17, 2019, an infectious disease with symptoms of pneumonia, called the Wuhan virus at the time, occurred in Wuhan, China. Since then, the name has been changed to COVID-19, and the virus has spread all over the world, and the WHO has declared the highest warning level for infectious diseases, "Pandemic". The coronavirus has also caused great confusion in South Korea. This resulted in large infected people.The first confirmed cases occurred on January 20, 2020, and the number of infected patients is steadily increasing after experiencing several waves, and many corona confirmed cases are also occurring in 2021 after the year. As the whole world enters a pandemic, walls are created between people and people, companies and businesses, and countries and countries, and all growth stops or declines, including human relationships, domestic companies and industries, and foreign industries. As a result, society in general is experiencing a lot of stagnation. Among them, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which are the basis of all growth in Korea, and youth who are trying to contribute to the national development by entering society, are struggling to find jobs. Even before the coronavirus outbreak, the difficulty of job hunting and the prospect of small and medium-sized businesses were not very good. In this situation, as the country's overall economic situation is poor, the vitality of SMEs has decreased a lot, the prospects are not good, so jobs are reduced, and there are many difficulties due to reluctance to hire new employees. In this study, with 2019 before the corona era and 2020 after the corona era, we compare SMEs before and after the corona era and overall job search and job search activities through average difference analysis, and whether they are affecting through correlation analysis. Through this, it suggests a direction to increase job search through corporate and government policies after raising the prospects of SMEs first.

Application and Expansion of the Harm Principle to the Restrictions of Liberty in the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis: Focusing on the Revised Bill of the March 2020 「Infectious Disease Control and Prevention Act」 (코로나19 공중보건 위기 상황에서의 자유권 제한에 대한 '해악의 원리'의 적용과 확장 - 2020년 3월 개정 「감염병의 예방 및 관리에 관한 법률」을 중심으로 -)

  • You, Kihoon;Kim, Dokyun;Kim, Ock-Joo
    • The Korean Society of Law and Medicine
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.105-162
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    • 2020
  • In the pandemic of infectious disease, restrictions of individual liberty have been justified in the name of public health and public interest. In March 2020, the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea passed the revised bill of the 「Infectious Disease Control and Prevention Act.」 The revised bill newly established the legal basis for forced testing and disclosure of the information of confirmed cases, and also raised the penalties for violation of self-isolation and treatment refusal. This paper examines whether and how these individual liberty limiting clauses be justified, and if so on what ethical and philosophical grounds. The authors propose the theories of the philosophy of law related to the justifiability of liberty-limiting measures by the state and conceptualized the dual-aspect of applying the liberty-limiting principle to the infected patient. In COVID-19 pandemic crisis, the infected person became the 'Patient as Victim and Vector (PVV)' that posits itself on the overlapping area of 'harm to self' and 'harm to others.' In order to apply the liberty-limiting principle proposed by Joel Feinberg to a pandemic with uncertainties, it is necessary to extend the harm principle from 'harm' to 'risk'. Under the crisis with many uncertainties like COVID-19 pandemic, this shift from 'harm' to 'risk' justifies the state's preemptive limitation on individual liberty based on the precautionary principle. This, at the same time, raises concerns of overcriminalization, i.e., too much limitation of individual liberty without sufficient grounds. In this article, we aim to propose principles regarding how to balance between the precautionary principle for preemptive restrictions of liberty and the concerns of overcriminalization. Public health crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic requires a population approach where the 'population' rather than an 'individual' works as a unit of analysis. We propose the second expansion of the harm principle to be applied to 'population' in order to deal with the public interest and public health. The new concept 'risk to population,' derived from the two arguments stated above, should be introduced to explain the public health crisis like COVID-19 pandemic. We theorize 'the extended harm principle' to include the 'risk to population' as a third liberty-limiting principle following 'harm to others' and 'harm to self.' Lastly, we examine whether the restriction of liberty of the revised 「Infectious Disease Control and Prevention Act」 can be justified under the extended harm principle. First, we conclude that forced isolation of the infected patient could be justified in a pandemic situation by satisfying the 'risk to the population.' Secondly, the forced examination of COVID-19 does not violate the extended harm principle either, based on the high infectivity of asymptomatic infected people to others. Thirdly, however, the provision of forced treatment can not be justified, not only under the traditional harm principle but also under the extended harm principle. Therefore it is necessary to include additional clauses in the provision in order to justify the punishment of treatment refusal even in a pandemic.

Development and Construct Validation of the e-learning Achievement Emotions Questionnaire-Korean Middle school Science(e-AEQ-KMS) (이러닝 수업에서의 한국 중학생 과학영역 성취정서 질문지(e-AEQ-KMS) 개발과 타당화)

  • Jeon, Jiyung
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.40 no.5
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    • pp.503-514
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    • 2020
  • In a sense that achievement emotion is directly associated with achievement activity of students and its result, drastic changes in educational environment such as expansion of e-learning due to COVID-19 may have a large impact on the achievement emotion of students inevitably. However, studies on the foregoing still remain insufficient, and development of a questionnaire capable of making a quantitative measurement on the achievement emotion of students under the environment of e-learning may become the basis of relevant studies, so this study developed the e-learning Achievement Emotions Questionnaire-Korean Middle school Science(e-AEQ-KMS) and verified its validity. e-AEQ-KMS in this study was developed based on the Achievement Emotions Questionnaire-Korean Middle school Science (AEQ-KMS) and by reflecting characteristics of e-learning science class. With 226 questions in total, the questionnaire is composed to measure 9 kinds of achievement emotion such as enjoyment, hope, pride, relief, anger, anxiety, hopelessness, shame, and boredom under 3 academic situations of class situation, learning situation and testing situation. The result of this study has a great significance in the way that it set out a framework for making a comparative analysis quantitatively on the achievement emotion of Korean middle school students in science for e-learning classes.

Classification of the presence or absence of underlying disease in EEG Data using neural network (뉴럴네트워크를 이용하여 EEG Data의 기저질환 유무 분류)

  • Yoon, Hee-Jin
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.12
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    • pp.279-284
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    • 2020
  • In January 2020, COVID19 plunged the whole planet into a pandemic. This has caused great economic losses and is causing social confusion. COVID19 has a superior infection rate among people with underlying disease such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, depression, and cancer. In addition, it was studied that patients with underlying disease had a higher fatality rate than those without underlying disease. In this study, the presence or absence of underlying disease was classified using EEG data. The data used to classify the presence or absence of underlying disease was EEG data provided by Data Science lab, consisting of 33 features and 69 samples. Z-score was used for data pretreatment. Classification was performed using the neural network NEWFM and ZNN engine. As a result of the classification of the presence or absence of the underlying disease, the experimental results were 77.945 for NEWFM and 76.4% for ZNN. Through this study, it is expected that EEG data can be measured, the presence or absence of an underlying disease is classified, and those with a high infection rate can be prevented from COVID19. Based on this, there is a need for research that can subdivide underlying disease in the future and research on the effects of each underlying disease on infectious disease.

Synchronization Phenomenon between Export Weight & Control Volume, Inland Cargo, Export Cargo, Ship Departure (수출중량과 관제탑관제량, 내항화물입항, 수출화물수송 그리고 선박출항과의 동조화현상)

  • Kim, Shin-Joong;Choi, Soo-Ho
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.12
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    • pp.195-204
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study is to look for the relationship between export weight and control volume, inland cargo, export cargo transport, ship departure. The analysis period were used for a total of 113 monthly data from January 2011 to May 2020. Data were retrieved from the Korean Statistical Information Service of the Statistics Korea. The data used in this study were performed numerical analysis, index analysis and model analysis using the rate of change from the same month of the previous year. In the trend of the increase rate, the amount of control has plummeted from 150% to 60% due to the influence of Corona 19 in the beginning of 2020. At the same time, export weight and export cargo transport also decreased. As a result of the analysis, export weight showed relatively high synchronization with export cargo transport and control volume. On the other hand, export weight and inland cargo showed relatively low synchronization. Export weight is expected to continue in 2020 after the fluctuation rate began to decrease after 2019. If we can find the point of rebound in control volume or export cargo transport in the future, we can predict the point of increase in export weight. We expect to see an increase in export weight as soon as possible.

Key Factors Affecting Customer's Repurchase Intention in the Context of Sharing Economy Platform: Focused on Airbnb (공유 경제 플랫폼 고객들의 재구매 의도에 영향을 미치는 요인들: Airbnb 사례를 중심으로)

  • Park, Daeyeong;Yoon, Jiyoung;Jeong, Yunji;Kim, Byoungsoo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.12
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    • pp.231-242
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    • 2020
  • Due to fierce market competition and COVID-19, it becomes increasingly important for sharing economic platform companies to develop a long-term relationship with customers. In this regard, this study explores the mechanism of customer's repurchase decision making in the context of Airbnb. This study posits customer satisfaction and brand image as the key factors in forming customer's repurchase intention toward Airbnb. It also investigates the effects of price fairness, authentic experience, enjoyment, Airbnb trust and host trust on customer's repurchase intention. This study validated the research hypothesis with 154 customers using Airbnb. The analysis results showed that both customer satisfaction and brand image have a significant impact on repurchase intention and explain 62.0% of its variance. Enjoyment, true experience, and Airbnb trust had significant effects on customer satisfaction, while price fairness and host trust had no significant impact on it. The results revealed that price fairness, authentic experience, enjoyment, and Airbnb trust are significantly associated with brand image, while host trust is not significantly related to it. The results of this study are expected to provide academic and practical implications by enhancing the understanding of customer's repurchasing decision in the context of sharing economic platform.

Issue Analysis on the Deregulation of Telemedicine in the Digital Convergence Era (디지털 융복합시대에 원격의료 규제 완화에 관한 쟁점 분석)

  • Kim, Jin-Suk;Oh, Su-Hyun
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.12
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    • pp.445-457
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze various issues that may arise from the recent deregulation of telemedicine implemented by the government, propose initiative preparations for the implementation of telemedicine policies, and suggest implications for the basic conditions and direction of the deregulation of telemedicine. Recently, deregulation policy cases in telemedicine include that designation of a special zone for regulatory freedom in Gangwon Province, allowing physician-patient telemedicine and telephone counseling and prescription cases in the COVID-19 crisis. There are four main issues that could arise with the deregulation of telemedicine: safety, effectiveness, differences in access to health care and the economic industry, and legal responsibility. As a initiative preparation, this study proposed a pilot project for telemedicine and enhanced support for face-to-face care complementary tools, vitalizing remote co-operation, policy model that do not disrupt the medical delivery system, and legal maintenance. In conclusion, as a suggestion of basic premise and direction in the implementation of telemedicine deregulation, the implementation of initiative measures to address issues concerning telemedicine, the review and regulation of conditions to be considered in the implementation of telemedicine, and the establishment of a close communication and cooperative sturcture with medical providers.

A Study on the Background of Start-Ups and the Factors of Entrepreneurship in Young Job Seekers' Willingness to Start a Business: Verification of the Mediating Effect of Perception of Businessmen (청년구직자의 창업 배경과 기업가정신이 창업 의지에 미치는 요인에 관한 연구: 사업가에 대한 인식의 매개 효과 검증)

  • Oh, Hee Shun;Ha, Kyu Soo
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.87-103
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    • 2021
  • The government is trying to create jobs by providing 160 billion won in 2021 to revitalize youth start-ups, but the number of youth unemployment and potential unemployment is hitting a record high of 1.2 million due to the shock of employment due to COVID-19. Although start-ups are encouraged as an alternative to revitalizing jobs, the success rate of young start-ups is low due to lack of start-up funds and experience. The purpose of this study is to understand the need to diversify start-up education and career education by understanding start-up policies through one-time funding and short-term education. The results of the study on the factors affecting the willingness to start a business were as follows, by sampling 344 students from specialized high schools preparing for employment and 344 young people in their 20s who are seeking jobs. First, among the entrepreneurship subvariables, innovation, autonomy of job value, and desire for economic achievement are significant, and the older the person surveyed, the more positive the perception of the entrepreneur was. Second, as you get older, your will to start a business decreases, and your experience in successful start-up models and start-up education has an impact on your will to start a business. Third, perception of entrepreneurs is a partial medium effect, which indirectly influences the willingness to start a business and directly or indirectly influences the willingness to start a business through the autonomy of job values, the desire to achieve economic and entrepreneurship.

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