About the Journal

International Journal of Human Disaster is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal with all human science throughout the all field of humanities, social, ethics and disaster. It provides a platform for scholar, experts, researchers, practitioners, and students to publish original research, review papers, and other scholarly works. The journal invites research articles, theoretical papers, as well as ethics touching upon any aspects academic discourses on human science, human philosophy, natural disaster, human disaster, and security sciences. Anytime the journal welcomes manuscripts written in English.
This journal focuses mainly on the problems of disasters and disasters in East Asia, and deals with the interests of scholars in this region. Dealing with your closest job is a shortcut to the biggest problem. Although globalization is being emphasized today, the human community will not be sustainable without voluntary efforts by individuals, countries, and countries to do something on their own.

Disaster is not a matter of its own, but of human nature as long as mankind continues to be civilized, whether it is a matter of human beings themselves or of natural ecology directly or indirectly associated with humans. Therefore, the human spirit of disaster and disaster needs to be very serious. The citizenship of this event itself is required. Some scholars also use the term Disaster Citizenship, which refers to citizens in these situations.

This can be understood as a concept that a citizen tries to represent the relationship between a series of values and norms that are hardened by status and civil practice in a society with civil rights and responsibilities, or civil virtue. The community of modern industrial society is no longer Polis where Socrates lived and it has very complex characteristics such as diversity, anonymity, complexity, and variability.

Academic Area & Scope

Area 1 Humanities Multidisciplinary
Area 2 Social Science, Interdisciplinary
Area 3 Multidisciplinary Sciences

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  • Purpose: This study has the following three purposes. First, this study compares the results of research by Kim et al.(2013) with the results of this study and analyzes how much tourism and hospitality professionals have contributed to the academia since 2010. Second, this study analyzes the contribution of researchers according to their positions. Third, the targeted subjects of this study are English-written journals. This study analyzes whether the group of researchers who speak English as their mother language has a high contribution to English-speaking journals or whether the group of non-English-speaking researchers is high. Method: This study carries out the analysis using the research methods of Sheldon(1991) and Kim et al.(2013). The journals for the analysis of research productivity for this study were selected as Journal of Travel Research, Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, and Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research listed in the Social Science Citation Index(SSCI). Information on all research papers published from 2000 to 2015 was collected from the three journals, and analyses of authorship and research productivity were conducted. Results: The results of the study are as follows. First, there is no big difference between the tourism and hospitality researchers in the contribution of the three journals over the period. However, it is evident that the degree of contribution of non-tourism and non-hospitality professionals to academic journals increased by about 5% over the five years from 2011 to 2015. Second, although there are somewhat differences by journals, it was analyzed that overall, the group of full professors showed higher productivity of research papers than the group of associate and assistant professors. Third, even though they are non-English-speaking researchers, non-English-speaking researchers consistently contribute to English-speaking journals. Conclusion: Based on the results, this study comes to a conclusion that academic interactions between tourism and hospitality fields and other disciplines are increasing, so many topics that are able to be linked to other disciplines and tourism and hospitality fields should be discussed for academic development. Also, this study shows a contradiction that is the expectation that research productivity in the group of assistant professors is higher than other positions for reasons such as tenured position. Lastly, this study turns out that the productivity of non-English-speaking researchers is significant even in English-written journals.
    Keyword:Research, Productivity, Hospitality, Authorship, Journals
  • Purpose: In line with the global transition to a hydrogen society, Korea is accelerating the vitalization of the hydrogen economy through relevant plans and strategies. In order to revitalize the hydrogen economy, it is necessary to add hydrogen-related matters to the National Infrastructure Protection Plan(NIPP) and to promote continuous stability for the national-level hydrogen infrastructure. This study aims to present direction from a long-term perspective for the addition of NIPP to hydrogen infrastructure. Method: This study reviews and recognizes the importance of efficient construction strategies for hydrogen society. As an example, we analyze the case of Japan, which established a basic plan for hydrogen society before Korea. The factors for realizing the plan were analyzed by categorizing the contents into flexibility, adaptability, and reliability. Results: We were able to find some implications through the case study. First, It is important to seek international cooperation for hydrogen supply and to respond flexibly to ensure that the plan is not disrupted in order to realize a hydrogen society and to secure safety. Second, it is necessary to regularly revise and implement the roadmap over time so that the plan can adapt well to time. Thirdly, In order to reinforce the credibility of the plan, a risk communication plan to enhance Local Acceptance should be devised. Conclusion: Korea cannot achieve empirical results simply by reducing carbon emissions and building an eco-friendly hydrogen society. It is important to discover demand and monitor hydrogen-related infrastructure integrally with potential stakeholders. In addition, social acceptance, including the central government, local governments, and private businesses, is essential to improve the public's awareness and understanding of hydrogen society and to strategically rearrange hydrogen infrastructure. The establishment of the NIPP with the addition of hydrogen social infrastructure will contribute to raising national interest and increasing public confidence in hydrogen safety
    Keyword:NIPP, Hydrogen Society, Disaster, Korea, Japan
  • Purpose: Today, people take care of their appearance and show their own various personalities, and even though nails are a small part of fashion, hair, makeup, and nails, They manage, care, and complete the overall style to protect their nails from nail disaster. There are many hairstyles, makeup, and fashion using pop art, but few works using nail art, and the goal of this study is to broaden the scope of nails by applying bright colors, pop culture, and repetition, the main characteristics of representative pop art artist Andy Warhol. Method: First, the theoretical background of Andy Warhol and nail art will be examined. Second, the life and features of Andy Warhol's work will be analyzed. Third, the concept and expression technique of nail art will be analyzed. Fourth, based on the above research, a nail artwork will be created utilizing Andy Warhol's work as a motif. A research method will be conducted revolving around a domestic thesis, specialized books and a pop-art nail art design will be presented by applying Andy Warhol's work. Results: Artwork 1 was drawn with the motif of Superman after Andy Warhol quit commercial design and started fine art. Unlike the previous ones, it was drawn by separating Superman's body and the word Puff and the full of smoke deliver a feeling of a great explosion. Artwork 2 is a work with a motif of Green Coca-Cola bottles, and several Coca-Cola, the symbol of the United States, is characterized by being arranged in the same size. Artwork 3 is a work inspired by Campbell Soup, a representative icon of popular consumer culture that anyone can purchase. Conclusion: Since nail art is an artwork in which everything must be expressed in a small part of the nail, the study found that design can be made even in a small space of the nail by applying the characteristics of Andy Warhol's work. In this attempt, nail art aims to expand the scope of nail art by increasing research on nail art design using pop art as well as nail disaster and protection.
    Keyword:Art, Design, Disaster, Human, Nail
  • Purpose: This study analyzes the relationship between self-esteem and gratitude tendency of university students during the corona 19 era of human disaster. From the end of 2019, TV programs, radio, and social media platforms have covered the novel corona virus infection(Corona 19) as the most important article. The stress caused by the COVID-19 epidemic showed a significant negative correlation with the quality of life, and positive psychological capital had a significant modulating effect, so it was necessary to develop a program to mediate the lowered quality of life. So at this moment, university students in their twenties living with the task of selfformation suggest that they have a high probability of developing depression through the loss of meaningful objects and distortion of their self-experience. Since gratitude has a positive correlation with psychological wellbeing and negative emotions such as anxiety, depression, and jealousy, it has a great influence on university student's daily life. Method: In this study, the following hypothesis was established to find out what differences are there between gratitude tendency according to the characteristics of university students(gender, grade, religion), and also to examine the relationship between the self-esteem and gratitude tendency of university students. H1: Depending on the characteristics of university students, there will be a significant difference between gratitude tendency. H2: University students' self-esteem will have a significant correlation with gratitude tendency. To measure self-esteem among the main variables of this study, the self-esteem item developed by Korean scholars was used based on the self-esteem scale developed by Rosenberg(1965). Results: Difference analysis(t-test and ANOVA) was conducted to find out the difference between the gratitude tendency(Hypothesis 1) according to the characteristics of university students, and the characteristics of university students generally include gender, grade, and religion. The difference between gratitude tendency was significant only in gender and religion actually. As a result of the analysis, in terms of gender, female students showed a relatively high gratitude tendency, and in religion or not, students with religion showed higher gratitude tendency. As a result of conducting a correlation analysis on the self-esteem and gratitude tendency of university students(Hypothesis 2), significant correlations were found for both self-esteem factors. As a result of the analysis, positive self-esteem shows a positive(+) correlation with gratitude tendency, and negative selfesteem shows a negative(-) correlation with gratitude tendency. Conclusion: This study will be able to suggest a basic plan to ensure that university students can spend their time smoothly without psychological wandering and departure due to the limitations of daily life caused by corona virus infection(corona 19) during career decision period.
    Keyword:Covid-19, Self-Esteem, Gratitude Tendency, University Students' Characteristics, Thanks Sharing
  • Purpose: Intrapersonal Intelligence is a fundamentally required competence for a human to do its part in a social environment and lead a life without regret. This Intrapersonal Intelligence is essential intelligence for all human beings, regardless of age. However, the recent fandom situation has weakened many people's mental strength due to increased emotional anxiety and depression. The variable "pandemic" had a great influence not only on one individual but also on society as a whole. The prolonged 'COVID-19' situation around the world has left modern people increasingly impoverished. Therefore, the time has come for Intrapersonal Intelligence more than ever. Therefore, this study developed a program model for the purpose of improving Intrapersonal intelligence. Method: The educational model developed for the purpose of enhancing Intrapersonal intelligence was analyzed by literature based on previous studies to derive program components. In addition, for the convenience of learners in the digital age, it is designed based on Flipped Learning, which enables continuous learning and has high timeliness. In order to improve the completeness of the program, a procedure for verifying reliability and validity was carried out by review of seven doctors in educational engineering and instructional design experts. Results: The main factors that constitute the contents of the Intrapersonal intelligence improvement program consisted of 'self-understanding, self-regulation, and self-design'. The detailed elements for each factor are 'understanding self-emotional and comprehension of ability', 'future design and achievement motivation', and 'mutual regulation and impulse control'. In addition, the Intrapersonal intelligence improvement program based on Flipped Learning was designed to fully understand the prerequisite learning materials through the pre-learning materials and to conduct discussion and coaching at the same time in the in-class. Conclusion: This study follows the same context as prior research that demonstrates that existing Intrapersonal intelligence can be improved through learning. However, this study utilizes open educational resources as a medium for prior learning in a methodical approach to teaching and learning, and in-class mainly uses coaching and discussion, which are non-directive teaching methods. As a result, I hope that through the Intrapersonal intelligence improvement program, modern people can recognize themselves right away, control their emotions, design a positive future, and lead a happy life.
    Keyword:Intrapersonal Intelligence, Flipped Learning, NLP Coaching, Program Design, Instruction Model

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REVIEW 2/20 5/20 8/20 11/20
ACCEPTED 2/25 5/25 8/25 11/25
PUBLISHED 3/30 6/30 9/30 12/30

Organization

Adviser

Taewoong Kim Gyeongsang National University, South Korea

President

Chongsoo Cheung

Soongsil University, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Vice President

Jeumnam Kim Howon University, South Korea
Hyesim Jung Police Human Resources Development Institute, South Korea
Changjun Kim Daegu Haany University, South Korea
Eunjung Lim Kongju National University, South Korea

Editor in Chief

Yeojin Lim [Operator]

Navy Leadership Center, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Chairperson

Seungbum Ryoo General Affairs Soongsil University, South Korea
Eunkyung Park Research Dongyang University, South Korea
Youngcheol Joo Intelligence Inje University, South Korea
Tahka Benice Leinyuy Management Gyeongsang National University, South Korea
Minshin Lee Planning Sookmyung Women’s University, South Korea
Tamunang Tamutana Timothy International Zhengzhou Normal University, China

Editor in Director

󠇛Hyojin Kim

Mokpo National University, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Jeongbin Choi

Air Force Leadership Center, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Editor in Administrator

Nandintsetseg Sosorbaram Soongsil University, South Korea

History

2015 JUN. 30 International Society for Human & Disaster Established by Dr. S. Ryu
DEC. 05 Inaugural General Meeting
2016 FEB. 19 International Journal of Human & Disaster (ISSN 2423-8260)
JUN. 30 First Journal Publication (378 Tenjinchou Kamimaruko Nakaharaku Kawasakishi Kangawhken Japan)
OCT. 11 Digital Object Identifier Enrollment (DOI)
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APR. 23 EBSCO
APR. 30 I2OR
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MAY. 15 INFOBASE INDEX
MAY. 31 SIS
JUN. 30 Journal Publication Change Address (2-20-7 Arakawa Arakawaku Tokyo Japan)
DEC. 30 Move Permissions Branch Operator Dr. G. Park
2020 SEP. 30 Move Permissions Branch Operator Dr. Y. Lim
NOV. 02 KCI