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Towards the Spatiality of Social Movements: Exploring Geographical Contributions to the Study of Social Movements (사회운동의 공간성: 사회운동연구에 있어서 지리학적 기여에 대한 탐색)

  • Jung Hyun-Joo
    • Journal of the Korean Geographical Society
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    • v.41 no.4
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    • pp.470-490
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    • 2006
  • The paper critically examines resource mobilization theories, frame theory, and new social movement theories, and proposes studies on the spatiality of the social movements as one potential to mitigate the limitation in these theories. The resource mobilization theories and the frame theory, the strategy-oriented approaches, lack contextual understandings of the origin of social movements. While new social movement theories provide macro-scale analysis and the structural explanations of the origins of social movements, they have covered limited geographical areas. The spatiality of social movements promotes deep understandings of local differences, and contexts in and through which grievances are constructed and collective actions are organized. Physical structures and symbolic representations of places are often created and utilized as social movement strategies. The spatiality of social movements can be a useful conceptual tool to explain the diversity and the dynamics of social movements.

Spatiality of Digital Signage (디지털 사이니지의 공간성)

  • Shin, Donghee;Kim, Hee-Kyung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.8
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    • pp.77-84
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    • 2015
  • Digital signage takes the role of promotion, providing information, art and game as it is installed in various forms everywhere such as the road, subway and indoor space we pass through. The related researches also focus on the technology of realizing digital signage, current industrial state and prospect in most cases. On the contrary, the researches on the spaciality of digital signage is a kind of insufficient, this study was carried out based on the judgment that there is necessity of researching it in respect that the recognition of space by the people in there is different before and after digital signage is located in such space. First, in order to understand digital signage, its concept, type and kind were investigated, general theories about the spaciality were considered after that, the spaciality of digital signage was grasped by 5 factors such as hybridity, vitality, mobility, flexibility, and contingency and their characteristics were offered in this study. In its conclusion, it was appealed that the change of spatial recognition along media and continuous research are required as digital signage is the transactive space.

Time and Space through Minimum Units in Animation -Focus on Structural Linguistics- (애니메이션의 시간소와 공간소를 통한 시간성과 공간성 -구조주의 언어학을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Ji-Hong
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.7 no.10
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    • pp.126-134
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    • 2007
  • It have been studied many researches for time and space in film, drama and even animation. This study, however, is for investigating a new methodology of time and space study base on the structural linguistics. It can not be detected any of previous study on this method, and it is the first time to try out for researching with the structural linguistics of time and space in animation with this concept. In order to study on the time and space by applying a new method of structural linguistics, it is identify the terminology and concept of the minimum unite of time and space and than analysis with paradigmatic and syntagmatic. Consequence of this study, it can suggest a new methodology of study in the ways of structural linguistics in animation. Further study is to apply this method on character design in animation.

Representation of Space in A Brighter Summer Day (<고령가 소년 살인사건>의 공간성 연구)

  • Ghe, Woon-Gyoung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.12
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    • pp.121-128
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    • 2015
  • This study analyzes the space in A Brighter Summer Day, covering the meaning of space from inside to outside of the film extended. A violent spaces in the inside causes Xiao Si'r's homicide, including society, house, and school. In the external space, the film's form presents director's attitude and will resisting against dominant system of society with an audience's space. The audience join the space being the director's intention, actively interpreting this film, doing self-reflection and taking an opportunity for social participation.

Urbanization Analysis of Major City in North Korea Using Landsat Imagery (Landsat 영상을 활용한 북한 주요도시의 도시화 지수 분석)

  • Jun Hyun, Kim
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography
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    • v.33 no.4
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    • pp.277-286
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    • 2015
  • This study calculated the NDVI and the NDBI of the land-use change in major cities at North Korea through Landsat imagery, and analyzed the spatiality(LISA) with difference discretization of the UI index. As a result of the research, we could identify that the degree of urbanization has been increased in both Gaesung and Pyeongyang, but showed opposite spatial tendency to each other. The urban index of Pyeongyang, a nucleus district of North Korea, has been progressed quicker than Gaesung since 1994, while the urbanization development was being progressed also in general, as it expanded from the existing downtown area. On the other hand, the urbanization took place intensively at one region in Gaesung by developing the vegetation area that forest transfers into a built-up area, which has been judged from the great dynamic range of NDVI values. In conclusion, it is possible to extract necessary data for understanding the degree of urbanization and spatial characteristics of North Korea through the UI and the LISA analysis that are considered to propose useful methodology in investigating changes in North Korean cities and political levearage.

Gender Roles, Accessibility, and Gendered Spatiality (성역할, 접근성, 그리고 젠더화된 공간성)

  • Kim, Hyun-Mi
    • Journal of the Korean Geographical Society
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    • v.42 no.5
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    • pp.808-834
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    • 2007
  • This study attempts to elucidate manifold dimensions of gendered accessibility experiences. How gender roles(household responsibilities) differentiate accessibility experiences between women and men is explored through the comparison of married dual-earner couples' parental status, using the US Portland activity-travel diary dataset with GIS-based geocomputation results of(time-geography based) space-time accessibility. First, this study shows how gender division of labor within the household still permeates current society, despite the widespread belief of the social change toward a gender-egalitarian society. Then, the study pays special attention to the way gender roles structure individual accessibility experiences of women and men differently, and, in turn, the way such accessibility experiences take a form of gendered spatiality. Gendered spatiality is examined through the analysis of accessibility space as well as activity space in order to ascertain women's home-attached and spatially entrapped characteristics. More household responsibilities throughout a day and, even more, the time constraint of picking up children at the daycare centers after work lead women's possible activity space to be more home-centered. The analysis of the spatio-temporal context of accessibility space makes gendered spatiality visible. However, the findings suggest that behavioral outcomes should be understood with an explicit awareness of constraints individuals face. It is because the revealed activity spaces can be not only an outcome of constraint but also an outcome of choice. Behavioral outcomes should not be treated as a straightforward expression of the level of constraints. It is problematic to expect that behavioral outcomes directly mirror the level of constraints. It is also problematic to suppose that the level of constraints can be straightforwardly elicited from revealed behavioral outcomes.

Original Form of Castle Town and Modern Transformation of Eupchi(county seat) Landscape in Naepo Area, Korea (내포지역 읍성 원형과 읍치경관의 근대적 변형 -읍성취락의 사회공간적 재편과 근대화 -)

  • 전종한
    • Journal of the Korean Geographical Society
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.321-343
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    • 2004
  • In principal, the original form of Eupchi landscape in Naepo reflects a traditional idea regarding direction as a connection with one's fortune and naturalization strategy of power. In reality, the weight for the landscape inside the castle town was distinct by locality according to the conditions of natural geographies and main function of the castle town. In other words, the traditional Eupchi landscape was shaped under the fixed principles but it was simultaneously reflecting the local temporality and spatiality. As Chosun Dynasty went under the Japanese colonization, Eupchi in the traditional period started to evolve into a modem city. That is to say, the traditional Eupchi as a political place became to change into the center of capital accumulation, stronghold of economy and education, and center of town beyond the function as a place for government and administration. Therefore, the process of change from the landscape of Eupchi to a modem city was a kind of revolution in the form and function, and it was also a very rapid rearrangement of social space. The disparate element of landscape and double social space worked as a vital inertial element in the urban structure of Naepo area until the post independence and evolution of landscape.

A Study on the Expressive Factors of Exhibition Space (전시공간의 표현요소 연구)

  • 김준호
    • Proceedings of the Korea Society of Design Studies Conference
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    • pp.46-47
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    • 2000
  • 전시공간에는 공간성과 시간성이 교차한다. 구조화된 공간은 시간적 인식 매커니즘으로 개별 시퀀스의 맥락적 합으로 인식된다. 그것은 마치 한편의 영화를 감상할 때나 전통 중국음식을 음미할 때에 잔상, 잔미의 연속적 롤 플레잉의 과정과 유사하다. (중략)

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Sign Language Generation with Animation by Adverbial Phrase Analysis (부사어를 활용한 수화 애니메이션 생성)

  • Kim, Sang-Ha;Park, Jong-C.
    • 한국HCI학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.27-32
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    • 2008
  • Sign languages, commonly used in aurally challenged communities, are a kind of visual language expressing sign words with motion. Spatiality and motility of a sign language are conveyed mainly via sign words as predicates. A predicate is modified by an adverbial phrase with an accompanying change in its semantics so that the adverbial phrase can also affect the overall spatiality and motility of expressions of a sign language. In this paper, we analyze the semantic features of adverbial phrases which may affect the motion-related semantics of a predicate in converting expressions in Korean into those in a sign language and propose a system that generates corresponding animation by utilizing these features.

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