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Pandemic Experience of Infectious Diseases of Nursing Students: Targeting non-confirmed COVID-19 (간호대학생의 전염병 팬데믹 경험: COVID-19 비확진자 대상으로)

  • Yang, Jeongha;Lee, Yunju
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.85-98
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: This study was conducted to confirm the nature of the pandemic experience of an infectious disease among non-confirmed COVID-19 nursing students. Methods: From April 14 to April 23, 2020, data were collected through individual in-depth interviews with eight nursing students, and the data were analyzed using Colaizzi's phenomenological analysis methodology. Results: Seven categories emerged through experiences of pandemic infectious diseases among nursing students. The specific categories are 'the continuation of daily life containing worries', 'struggle in daily life lost by COVID-19', 'conflict in fear and expectation', 'the fight against loneliness', 'confusion and adaptation to the changed class management policy', 'improving the ability to cope with a new phase', 'a springboard for growth'. Conclusion: Nursing students suffered psychosocial difficulties in a pandemic situation, but they adapted and led them to a positive direction. they lived as an opportunity to have time to check their career identity and tried to supplement their lives. We propose a study on the experiences of nursing students who have experienced self-isolation and the nature of nursing students' experiences in prolonged COVID-19 situations.

An Exploratory Analysis of Korean News Topics of Chinese Students in Pandemic (팬데믹 상황의 중국인 유학생 뉴스 토픽에 대한 탐색적 분석)

  • Choi, Sook;JIN, XIANMEI
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.21 no.6
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    • pp.218-227
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    • 2021
  • The purpose was to examine what kind of discourse about foreigners in the media in a situation where hatred toward foreigners prevailed in a pandemic situation. News data related to Chinese international students(CIS) was collected for 2020, The 11 optimal topics were selected derived through LDA analysis. They were analyzed in an exploratory level, focusing on the relationship with major events per year. The news about CIS in 2020 was intensively linked to reports on the COVID19 situation. There was a tendency to report in response to the presupposes CIS as potential confirmed patients.

Responsible usage of digital technologies to manage SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (코로나19 대응을 위한 책임 있는 디지털 기술의 활용 방안)

  • Kim, Hongjun;Eom, Jung Ho
    • Convergence Security Journal
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.99-108
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    • 2020
  • The COVID-19 pandemic have been spreading continuously across the world, hence it is difficult to expect coming to an end in a short period of time. The use of digital technology has shown tangible results in suppressing COVID-19, but raised privacy and data-protection concerns. In the context of the global efforts to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, various digital technologies are taking on a role in surveillance, monitoring, and forecasting. Also the Korea government manages Corona crisis based on legal basis. In this paper, Korea and each country's response to the Corona 19 pandemic are shown, and suggests ways to protect personal information while using digital tools. Large-scale data collection and processing is essential for the suppression of pandemic, but it should be limited to the level and scope required privacy. Also international cooperation, temporary and transparent use of personal information, the corresponding legal basis are necessary. As the use of data and algorithms is expected to continue to increase, technical and institutional efforts to reinforce privacy protection must continue.

Restructuring of human security practice model to improve practical utility: Focusing on the COVID-19 situation (실천적 유용성 향상을 위한 인간안보 실천모델의 재구성 : COVID-19 상황을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Sung-Rok
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.633-642
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    • 2020
  • The recent COVID-19 pandemic is threatening human life and well-being, causing pain that has not been experienced before. Human security was summoned again as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is paradoxically a threat to human security due to its inherent limitations and authoritarian control model. This paper first raises the analytical rigor of the concept of human security, focusing on COVID-19. Based on this, the practical usefulness of human security is improved by constructing a practical model that reflects the human security issues raised in reality. In particular, we approach the COVID-19 pandemic not from a natural disaster, but from the perspective of an artificial catastrophe caused by immorality and division in the international community. At the same time, we propose a multilateralism governance model that reflects the perspective of emerging security in order to realize human rights, the fundamental value of human security, and quarantine, a practical task in a balanced way.

A Study on the Promotional Media Strategy of Non-face-to-face and Martial Arts Events

  • Kim, Bo-kyung
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.25 no.12
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    • pp.271-278
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    • 2020
  • This study looked at the World Martial Arts Mastership's 'non-face promotional media strategies and methods' after the Corona-19 fandom, and found out if they could be applied to other sports events. As a method of research, the promotional media strategy of martial arts mastership was divided into types and in-depth interviews with media agents were conducted. According to the study, hosting an online martial arts competition, building an untact convention platform, and a base education facility can be a successful contest with budget support. Martial arts branding, popularization and industrialization can be a new attempt if ideas and execution personnel are sufficient. If IT technology and Chungbuk martial arts infrastructure are combined, they will be able to pioneer a new model called 'non-face-to-face-to K-sports'.

How "Covid-19" Affected Reporters' News Coverage?: Focusing on Reporters' Perception of Changes in Work Environment Before and After the Pandemic (코로나 19는 기자들의 취재관행에 어떤 영향을 주었나?: 팬데믹 전후의 근무형태 변화에 대한 기자 인식을 중심으로)

  • Yang, Young-Yu
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.11-21
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study is to explore and analyze how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the reporting practices and news production of the reporters working with Korean media over the past one year. To this end, this study has conducted in-depth interviews with reporters working with daily newspapers, news agencies, and broadcasting companies. The analysis of the interviews resulted in the following generalizations. The reporters are working at home, which was never experienced before the Covid-19 pandemic, and they have difficulties in covering their reporting beats because they have little or no access to contact points. The reporters rely heavily on indirect coverage and online briefings via phones or SNS because they have difficulties in meeting news sources in person. As a result, the diversity of news contents and the media's on-site monitoring functions has been severely weakened. In addition, the reporters have no chances to both exchange ideas with fellow reporters and to transfer the know-how of collecting news items to their juniors. This paper has also discussed the disruption of practices that the ongoing Covid-19 has brought to the media ecosystem from a variety of perspectives.

Church Education in the COVID-19 Era (포스트 코로나 시대의 교회교육)

  • Yu, Jae Deog
    • Journal of Christian Education in Korea
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    • v.63
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    • pp.13-37
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    • 2020
  • The World Health Organisation(WHO), paying attention to the spread and fatality of the coronavirus(COVID-19), which first occurred in Wuhan, China, declared a global emergency. Although many countries implement strict measures to slow down the spread, WHO officially declared a pandemic. COVID-19 has sparked fears of an impending economic crisis and recession. Due to the economic crisis caused by social distancing, self-isolation and travel restrictions, the collapse of the world economic system centered on free trade and the decline of globalization are mentioned. Political leadership that has not responded properly to the pandemic is challenged, and nearly all of society is rapidly changing to a non-contact and immobile culture. COVID-19 has seriously affected all levels of the education system, from preschool to tertiary education. The so-called old concept of deschooling is realizing in the field of education through digital media paradoxically. Church education is facing a serious crisis as well. Churches are seeking now a new normal that includes theological reflection on the pandemic, online worship, education, and non-face-to-face ministry to overcome the worst unexpected crisis. In the post-corona era, church education must actively seek alternatives in response to rapidly changing surrounding conditions and reconstruct educational philosophy(theology) that focuses on Christian values. In addition, it is necessary to start operating a mobile(or online) church school that combines offline and online. It is necessary to introduce 'Blended Learning' method that combines non-face-to-face and face-to-face learning, and by combining church school and homeschooling, churches and families need to share the responsibility of education in faith.

인터뷰 - 이준우 플레어코리아(유) 상무이사

  • (사)한국포장협회
    • The monthly packaging world
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    • pp.97-101
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    • 2021
  • 플레어코리아가 올해부터 북미시장에서 인정받은 혁신적인 포장용 필름을 국내시장에 적극적으로 선보인다는 계획을 밝혔다. 이에 포장용 필름을 공급하는 테크니컬세일즈그룹을 이끌고 있는 이준우 플레어코리아 상무이사를 만나 플레어코리아의 현황과 올해 사업 전개방향, 목표 등에 대한 이야기를 들어보았다. 더불어 코로나19 팬데믹, 탈 플라스틱화 등으로 녹록치 않은 상황에 직면한 연포장기업들이 어떠한 방향으로 나아가야 하는지에 대한 이야기도 들어보았다..

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