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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.

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

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  • Purpose: This study examined the reinforcement of the linkage of the university's liberal arts curriculum at the revised core competencies in the national education charter in the 2015. In addition, it was to clarify the ways to enhance the completeness of the liberal arts curriculum. the reasons for introducing core competencies into the liberal arts curriculum, the interconnection between core competencies, and ways to enhance the completeness of it. Method: It was investigated that it has a great effect in increasing the value of self-directed learning and improving imaginative creativity by fusion of learners' theoretical knowledge inquiry and performance ability. Moreover, various teaching and learning methods were sought to enhance problem-solving skills centered on core competencies, and the continuity with the local industry was identified through the link between core competencies and liberal arts education talent training. In other words, it was found that certain core competencies do not exist independently, but that there is an organic relationship between core competencies, it has revealed that two or more different core competencies should be converged to develop one core competency. Results: By expanding these discussions, the major features were examined while analyzing the cases of designing the five core competencies of the faculty of the liberal arts department at D University. Conclusion: The design of the liberal arts curriculum based on the core competencies proposed in this study will help to establish the learning performance and evaluation system, and if the detailed competencies of learners are quantified and evaluated, it can be drawn by the conclusion that they can be used to internalize the quality management of competency-based liberal arts education and to improve education on a continuous basis. It is expected that the curriculum designed based on the competency of liberal arts education wil be useful in designing the competency-based education design of other universities, and it will serve as a reference for the internalization of the expanding competency-oriented education and evaluation.
    Keyword:Core Competency, Liberal Arts, Competency-Oriented Education, Curriculum, Feedback
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study is to present a policy plan for the activation of life sports through the survey of participants and leaders about Sports for All in urban society. Method: The subjects of the study were sampled by 309 participants and 151 leaders in 25 districts of Seoul, Korea, and the sampling method was based on the convenience sampling and judgmental sampling. For this, conducted frequency analysis and technical analysis on Sports for All program, information and publicity provision, awareness of leaders, Sports for All facilities by dividing them into life sports participants and leaders followed by comparison and evaluation. And the independent‐sample t-test was performed to examine the awareness difference between the two groups. Results: First, as for an activation plan for Sports for All program, it is necessary to secure diversity according to sport events, to construct a program according to local characteristics, and to gradually improve physical and mental factors. Second, as for an activation plan for information and public relations of Sports for All, it is necessary to expand the participation of potential sports enthusiasts by establishing/operating a life sports information support system, providing personalized information, and diversifying public relations media. Third, as for an activation plan for activation of Sports for All leaders, this suggested the establishment of institutions for the training of high quality leaders, the institutionalization of free discussion time, the investment of continuous leader education, and the efforts to improve the treatment of diverse leaders. Fourth, as for an activation plan for activation of Sports for All facilities, this suggested the expansion of auxiliary facilities and major facilities, the improvement of accessibility to Sports for All facilities, and the development of developed country type life sports. Conclusion: These results are expected to be provided as useful data for increasing the quality of Sports for All and enhancing participation rate. Furthermore, it is expected that they will be the important data for establishing a policy plan to improve citizen's health and quality of life in urban industrial society.
    Keyword:Perception, Leaders, Participants, Value, Sports for All
  • Purpose: The first half of this year began with an unprecedented infection crisis called a novel coronavirus. As of July 2020, the number of infections with Corona 19 that has spread worldwide has exceeded 15 million, and the number of deaths has exceeded 620,000. As the infection rate of the novel coronavirus has accelerated, the World Health Organization(WHO) has declared an international public health crisis for the new coronavirus infectious disease in order to jointly respond to the international community. Invisible virus infection speed is so fast that epidemiological investigation is impossible, and if it is connected to transportation, it spreads rapidly to a large area and is very threatening. Method: This study collected data on the transport performance before and after Corona 19. First, in order to analyze the impact of the corona 19 epidemic on the railroad transportation sector, data on changes in transport performance of high-speed rail and general railroads were collected while continuously monitoring the countermeasures of Korea's leading railroad operating organization. In addition, data on changes in subway traffic were collected by monitoring the step-by-step emergency response measures of Seoul Transportation Corporation, which has 7-8 million subway users per day. Through this, data of the anti-virus system of overseas subway operating agencies and Seoul Transportation Corporation were collected and compared and analyzed. Since Corona 19 traffic trends are expected to change a lot, foreign metropolitan cities are implementing new traffic policies to cope with the daily life changed to Corona 19. Therefore, this study proposed a plan to improve the convenience of service through untect technology and the establishment of a safety prevention system to improve the reliability of railroad traffic in order to more safely and efficiently operate mass transport and long distance transport, which are the strengths of railroads after Corona 19. Results: All hospitality facilities of the railway used by unspecified people are intensively quarantined several times a day, and in the case of general trains, contact between customers is minimized by prioritizing the window side of the left and right seats. In order to prevent crowds of customers during rush hour and weekends, the number of trains was reduced. As a result, the number of cases of COVID-19 infection on urban railways and high-speed railways is close to zero. Declined to 48%, hitting the overall volume and sales. Conclusion: Most cities are in a situation where they cannot function without rail traffic. As the importance of quarantine of transportation means emerges due to the Corona 19 virus, customized measures for each means of transportation such as buses and subways that have changed in the post-corona era are needed. A long-term and sustainable strategy should be prepared to prevent virus infection in the railroad transportation field, which is one of the pillars of public transportation, and to ensure people's right to move safely.
    Keyword:Corona 19, Infectious Disease, Subway Quarantine, Rail Traffic, Railroad Policy
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find out whether the flipped-learning class case applied to the foreign language subject is a suitable teaching method, whether Google Classroom-based media classes are effective in achieving learning goals, and what specific factors affect student satisfaction. Method: The method of investigation was to analyze the study reflection diary and end-of-semester questionnaire posted in the class room for one semester with prior consent from the students(33 students) of the subject in the second semester of 2019. According to the analysis result, it was suitable as a teaching method and was very effective in achieving the learning goal, and the factors such as interaction, interest and motivation, media utilization efficacy, and learner satisfaction greatly influenced the evaluation of the class case. In the meantime, there have been only a few attempts to teach " flipped learning" and "blended learning," which are a mix of on and off, in Japanese language courses in universities. Results: The case analysis by Google Classroom base and factor in Japanese subject was attempted for the first time, and it is expected that the learner-centered teaching method will be widely attempted by actively utilizing Corona 19 times and online digital contents and using Google Classroom-based mediums. Through this study, it is meaningful to provide basic data in predicting and implementing effective education in the future, and suggests that it is attempted by utilizing various digital contents. Conclusion: Flipped learning promoted the innovation of classroom instruction by converting the teaching-oriented teaching method into learner-centered participatory learning as a means of interaction of technology. This study is able to find out that it is an opportunity to build a new teaching culture such as improving the participation of learners in class, self-directed learning, mutual communication, and teaching ability in the language class(Japanese) using the Google class room-based medium.
    Keyword:Google Classroom, Flipped Learning, Blended Learning, Learner-Centric, Learner's Satisfaction
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find the meaning of gender Incusive leadership from the perspective of diversity in the police organization and to present its developmental implications. Method: The method of this study analyzed previous studies related to gender inductive leadership and changes in the system environment. Until now, discussions on gender differences in leadership have been largely divided into complementary contribution models and fairness models. The former accepts the difference between women and men as positive and strong. The view of the European study is to assume that women and men can contribute equally to other characteristics of the organization. While the fairness model is based on similar assumptions denying the fundamental difference between women and men, this idea is ostensibly considered an equal model. Analyzing these preceding studies, we suggested gender inclusive leadership suitable for our police organization. Results: As a result of the analysis of previous studies, there is no difference between men and women in the viewpoint found in North American studies, so it is believed that women can practice leadership like men if they are given equal opportunities to prove their abilities. Sexual issues have been treated as private issues in our society and have not been recognized as one of the diversity factors that society should manage. The reason why we should deal with gender diversity effectively is that the mainstream culture of our society and organization is unified around male values, and diversity, which is a prerequisite for creativity and innovation, is absolutely lacking. Diversity is like having various expansions in these frames and It is considered an essential element in solving complex problems in modern society. Conclusion: Police organizations need an approach to fostering female leaders and gender-inclusive leadership in both men and women to become more flexible and creative organizations required in the era of the Fourth Revolution. The first person to introduce the concept of gender integrated leadership was Kim Yang-hee, CEO of gender and leadership. Policy and system to create gender equality organizations are important, but the most important thing is the perception and attitude of those who implement them. Especially, it is most urgent to embrace gender diversity and actively participate in male members who occupy the majority. Police commanders should be interested in gender-inclusive leadership so that they can build strong gender partnerships in police organizations to create synergies and create an organizational environment in which members can maximize their abilities without gender discrimination.
    Keyword:Police, Diversity, Leadership, Gender Inclusive Leadership, Gender Partnership

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Organization

Adviser

Gyunyeol Park Gyeongsang National University, South Korea
Eunsook Seo Dongguk University, South Korea
Taewoong Kim Gyeongsang National University, South Korea

President

Julak Lee

Chungang University, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Vice President

Heungkweun Yang Daegu University, South Korea
Jeumnam Kim Howon University, South Korea
Hyesim Jung Police Human Resources Development Institute, South Korea

Editor in Chief

Yeojin Lim [Operator]

Navy Leadership Center, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Chairperson

Yeojin Lim General Affairs Navy Leadership Center, South Korea
Yi Li Research Gyeongsang National University, South Korea
Youngcheol Joo Intelligence Inje University, South Korea
Tahka Benice Leinyuy Management Gyeongsang National University, South Korea
Hyunyoung Sung Planning Gyeongsang National University, South Korea
Tamunang Tamutana Timothy International Zhengzhou Normal University, China

Editor in Director

Hyesim Jung

Police Human Resources Development Institute, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Jeongbin Choi

Air Force Leadership Center, South Korea
[Curriculum Vitae]

Editor in Administrator

Hyungryeol Kim Seoul National University, South Korea
Hyunsoo Kim Pusan National University, South Korea
Aswati Hamzah University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Melany Natividad Saint Louis University, Philippines
Abu Musa Mohammad Arif Billah University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Shakila Yacob University of Malaya, Malaysia
Bongje Kim Seoul National University of Education, South Korea
Zheng Jin Zhengzhou Normal University, China

History

2015 JUN. 30 International Society for Human & Disaster Established by Dr. Sangil 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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2019 APR. 11 Journal Title Suggestion Scopus
APR. 23 EBSCO
APR. 30 I2OR
MAY. 07 ProQuest
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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. Gyunyeol Park
2020 SEP. 30 Move Permissions Branch Operator Dr. Yeojin Lim
NOV. 02 KCI