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A Study on the Attachment Building Process of Digital Products based on the User's Behavior (사용행동에 기반을 둔 디지털 제품의 애착형성과정 연구)

  • Hwang, Yeon-Hee
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.115-121
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    • 2019
  • This study presents "Indispensability" and "Irreplaceability" as new variables for studying the attachment process of digital products that are different from physical products. To analyze this quantitatively, we will set up an integrated model to explore how attachment can be formed through different product-user interactions and time value which are necessary for attachment formation. Analysis of 197 respondents' data for empirical analysis showed that system-centric interactions did not affect the duration of use, whereas user-centric interactions affected the duration of use. In addition, the effects of the period of use on the Indispensability and the Irreplaceability were demonstrated, and the effects on the Indispensability were greater than Irreplaceability.

Establishment of Additional Protected Areas and Applying Payment for Ecosystem Services(PES) for Sustainability of Suncheonman-Bay (지속가능한 순천만을 위한 보호지역 확대와 정책적 활용을 위한 생태계 서비스 지불제(PES)의 적용)

  • Mo, Yongwon;Park, Jin Han;Son, Yong-Hoon;Lee, Dong Kun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Environmental Restoration Technology
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.171-184
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    • 2016
  • Suncheonman-Bay and its surrounding areas play important roles as habitats for migratory birds. However, sustainable management of these areas is difficult because of the development pressure of private lands. Therefore, the areas surrounding Suncheonman-Bay must be classified as additional protected areas; for this, it is necessary to gather concrete and objective evidence and ensure protected area management. Further, compensation measures must be considered when acquiring a private property as an additional protected area. In this study, we distinguish protected areas, such as core, buffer, and transition areas, within a private area by using data from the Winter Waterbird Census of Korea and MARXAN software, a spatial conservation prioritization tool. We applied ecosystem services to apply Payment for Ecosystem services (PES) as compensation measures. Watershed conservation (supply), climate control (regulation), supporting habitats (support), and recreation (culture) etc. were evaluated by calculating the economic value of these ecosystem services. Eastern, western, and northern forests and rice fields of Suncheonman-Bay were shown to have a number of core areas for the preservation of endangered species. The ecosystem service value of the additional protected areas was estimated at 17.5 million KRW/ha/year. We believe that our study result could be used to establish protected areas to preserve major habitats, as well as include areas adjacent to such major habitats that play a vital role in endangered species conservation. In addition, through this study, we highlight the need for an objective basis to establish protected areas.