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Despite the fact that there have been many discussions and arguments on the importance and necessity of cooperation between local government and NPO(nonprofit organization), some questions have been raised; what undermined the cooperative relationship between them, and why? That is, what are the main factors that support or hinder their mutual cooperation? Starting from the above recognition, the purpose of this study is to clarify the causes and factors that facilitate or hamper the cooperation between local government and NPO. I categorized the decisive factors into three aspects based on theories that explain the relations between local government and NPO; internal aspect of an organization, interaction aspect among organizations, and external(environmental) aspect of an organization Through this analysis I would like to find out the decisive factors that affect the relation between a local government and organizations. In conclusion, the factors that affect the relation between local government and NPO include organizational structure, aim(objective), interdependence, trust, and environment, and environmental factor is most influential. In other words, the findings of this study is that the most encouraging factor is the environmental pressure and support that surround two organizations.
Purpose: This study analyzes how pathology students" overall satisfaction with their clinical practice differs based on the setting. This study especially focuses on cases of clinical practice that are conducted on-campus and off-campus. Methods: This research was conducted in September 2015 on a group of speech therapy major students in a university at Daegu. These students are baccalaureate candidates who have already completed their required speech therapy clinical practice education. All responses were guaranteed anonymity and students were given the option to opt out of the survey whenever they chose to. Responses were done individually without intervention from professors or supervisors. A total of 60 surveys were passed out, and 58 were returned back, of which 3 were considered invalid. Results: For on-campus practices, the mean overall satisfaction was 3.77 and for off-campus practices, the mean overall satisfaction was 3.83. The results of this study are aimed to allow speech therapy students to find an effective ratio of on-campus and off-campus clinical practices that maximizes satisfaction. Conclusions: When looking at subcategories, students were most satisfied with the content and instructor during on-campus clinical practice. For off-campus practice, students were most satisfied with the environment, time/evaluation, and post-clinical practice change. This research aims to provide a foundation for quality improvement in clinical practice education and students" abilities in clinical performance, as well as contribute to fostering a professional speech therapist. Further research calls for clinical practice that is both satisfactory in the content and ratio of on and off-campus practice, and the creation of training methods that allows for more active participation during clinical practices.