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        • 韓國의 초창기 여류시인 金一葉

          金鈴蘭 숙명여자대학교 학생위원회 1981 淑大學報 Vol.21 No.-

          여성을 집이라는 협소한 영역으로 몰아넣고, 고립되고 수동적인 존재로 전락시킨 편견은 이미 사라졌다고 선언하고, 여성을 해방하라고 행동으로 끈덕진 요구를 했지만 이 편견은 훨씬 끈덕지고 생존력이 강함을 인정하는 것이 현명했다. 그러나 김일엽, 그녀의 재능과 대담하고 용기 있는 선각적 지성은 한국 문학사에, 한국 여성사에 길이 남을 것이다.

        • 商業的 Sports 施設의 經營戰略에 關한 硏究

          元信喜,陸調永,金英蘭 한국체육대학교 부속체육연구소 1991 체육연구소논문집 Vol.9 No.-

          The purposes of this paper was to analyze and find the relationship between the effectiveness of commercial sports management and it's characteristics of management strategy and attempt to specity the mode of adaptation to it's task environment from the view point of contingency theory. The major results were summarized as follows: 1. It was suggested that the existance and properity of commerical sports management was able to explain from the adaptability of management strategy to it's task environment, and consequently certified the management strategy model is an effective aspect in the management science of sports and physical education. 2. The adaptable relationship among task environmwnt, management strategy and business structure was specified as follows under the stable take environment, management system that was characterized stable management of the status, fixed sports services and relatively closed or fixed organizational structure was appropriate. 3. In community sports management a management strategy was affected not only by recognized task environment unilaterally but by the condition of facility, especially type of possession and it's size. These result support the similer finding of the previous study by contingency theorists. However in order to confirm further relatioship, more detailed experimental study should be carried out.

        • 女子 跳馬運動에서 Yurtchenko動作의 力學的 分析

          金東敏,尹喜重,金英蘭 韓國體育大學校附屬 體育科學硏究所 1990 韓國體育大學校附屬 體育科學硏究所論文集 Vol.9 No.1

          This study was carried out to analysis Yurtchenko motion in a view of kinemetic method with 3 national female gymnast. The purpose of this study was giving basical information to improve performance for coach and athletes. We used 16mm High Speed Camera (100frame/sec) and analysis program(KSNU3D) for this study. The result was as follows: 1. Phase time and valuting time (second) 1) In BC phase, among the subject of this study, subject C emerged shortest with 0.060sec., and it emerged that the subject of this study were doing short BC in comparison with 0.157 sec. of Seoul Olympic players and 0.150 sec. of Nelson. 2) In Pre. F phase, it emerged that subject C spent longest with 0.180 sec. 3) In HC phase, the subject of this study and Seoul Olympic players emerged similar. 4) In Po.F phase, the subject of this study emerged identically with 0.820 se. and it emerged that they spent long Po.F phase by 0.764 sec. of Seoul Olympic players and 0.780 sec. of Nelson study. 5) In the time required for vaulting, the subject of this study and Seoul Olympic players and Nelson study emerged similar. 2. COG displacement during post-flight (meters) 1) In the forizontal displacement , subject C emerged shortest with 1.79m, in comparison with 1.98 sec of Seoul Olympic players and 2.10m of Nelson. 2) In the Subphase 1 of vertical displacement , subject C emerged shortest with 0.18m, in comparison with 1.90m of Seoul Olympic players. 3) It emerged that subphase 2 was landing in the position that COG ea lower, since subject C emerged with -1.70m, in comparison with -1.46m of Seoul Olympic players. 3. Horizontal and vertical velocities of body COG at events (m/s) 1) As for the horizontal velocities of BC phase, it emerged that subject C was doing slowest BT, with 3.92m/s, in comparison with 5.03m/s of Seoul olympic players and 5.33㎧ fo study of Nelson. 2) In BTO/HT phase, it emerged that subject B was doing slowest BTO/HT with 3.11m/s, in comparison with 3.71m/s of Seoul Olympic players and 3.98m/s of Nelson. 3) In HTO/LD phase, subject B emerged fastest with 2.17m/s among the subject of this study, but it emerged slowest in comparison with 2.79m/s and 3.00m/s of Nelson. 4) As for the vertical velocities of Bt phase, it emerged that subject B was doing fastest Bt with -1.54m/s, in comparison with -0.17m/s of Seoul Olympic players and -0.23m/s of Nelson. 5) In BTO phase, it emerged that subject C was doing slowest BTO with 2.75m/s, in comparison with 3.45m/s of Seoul Olympic players and Nelson. 6) In HT phase, subject B emerged with 2.16m/s, in comparison with 2.55m/s of Seoul Olympic players, so it emerged that it was doing slowest HT, and it emerged that subject A was doing fastest HT, and it emerged that subject A was doing fastest HT with 2.62m/s. 7) It emerged that subject A was doing fastest HTO with 2.16m/s, among the subject of jthis study, but it emerged that the subject of this study was slow in comparison with 2.53m/s of Nelson. 8) In LD phase, subject A emerged fastest with -3.31m/s, but it emerged that the subject of this study were landing in the position that the COG was lower, in comparison with -5.34m/s of Seoul Olympic players. 4. Velocity change during contact (m/s) 1) As for horizontal velocity in the BC phase, subject B emerged fastest with -0.70m/s, among the subject of this study, butthe subject of this study emerged slowest, in comparison with -1.32m/s of Seoul Olympic players. 2) As for the horizontal velocity in HC phase, it emerged that subject A was doing fastest HT -1.03m/s, in comparison with -0.88m/s of Seoul Olympic players. 3) As for the vertical velocity in BC phase, subject A emerged fastest with 2.27m/s, among the subject of this study, but it emerged that the subject of this study was doing slow BC, in comparison with 3.62m/s of Seoul Olympic players. 4) As for the vertical velocity in phase, subject A emerged fastest with -0.46m/s among the subject of this study, but it ememerged that the subject of this study were doing slow HC, in comparison with -0.53m/s of Seoul Olympic players. 5. Angle of body COG at phase 1) As for the angle by COG in BC phase, subject A emerged largest with 61??, among 3 subject. 2) In Pre.F phase, subject C emerged largest with 52??, among 3 subject. 3) In HC phase, subject B emerged largest with 51??, among 3 subject. 4) In Pos.F phase, subject B emerged smallest, among 3 subject.

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