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The purpose of this study is to investigate customer satisfaction of Deagu's schooling. The questionnaires of customer satisfaction were used to collect data. The content of questionnaires are 6 parts(educational objectives, people, educational, material, and financial resource, and outputs). The population of this study to investigate customer satisfaction were students, parents and teachers in kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, general high school, vocational high school in Daegu. To measure the mean of groups and test the differences of level of significance among four or five groups utilized F-test. As a post-test, scheffe´ test was conducted. The following results are drawn from data analysis: First, students` satisfaction of elementary school were above average, but those of middle school, general high school, vocatiana1 high school were average level. Second, parents' and teachers' satisfaction of kindergarten and elementary school were above average, but those of middle school, general high school, vocational high school were average level. For better improving the customer satisfaction of Daegu's schooling should implement customer satisfaction regularly, construct school evaluation system, conduct effective school movement and make school charter.
In the budget monitoring and participatory budget project of the East Asia Institute, the Yangon School of Political Science has undertaken a study entitled “Myanmar Budget Execution for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year”. There are four sections in this project: “Budget Formulation”, “Budget Approval”, “Budget Execution” and “Budget Oversight”. But YSPS' chosen topic of “Budget Execution” is too huge and broad to study in a confined period of time, so the YSPS research team narrowed down the topic to “Budget Execution in Education Construction in 2015-2016 Fiscal Year”. In this short report, we sought to identify how the government executes the budget and the nature of the flow of money from the very start to ground level construction sites. Another aim of our research is to shed light on the fact that we, the people, are still excluded in all phases of the budget process.
Four isotopically labelled analogs of S-(N-methylcarbamoyl) glutathione(SMG), the glutathione conjugate of methylisocyanate, and three isotopically-labelled derivatives of S-(N-methylcarbamoyl) cysteine (SMC), the corresponding cysteine adduct, have been prepared by reaction of glutathione and cysteine, respectively, with [1-^13C]-, [3-^13C]-, [3-14^C]- or [3, 3, 3-^2H_3]methylisocyanate. The latter species, which served as key intermediates in the syntheses, were obtained either by reaction of [1-^13C]acetylchloride with sodium azide [to give [1-^13C]methylisocyanate), or by reaction of silver cyanate with iodomethane labelled with ^13C, ^14C or deterium (to give the methyl-substituted compounds). Condensation of labelled methylisocyanate with glutathione or cysteine proceeded smoothly and in high yield in aqueous acetonitrile solution, and afforded the target conjugates in high isotopic purity. The structures of the products were confirmed by fast atom bombardment tandem mass spectrometry (FAB / MS / MS) and by ^1H- and ^13C-NMR spectroscopy.
This paper examines consumer signaling in gift giving context. Our focus is on the knowledge the gift giver has about the real quality of the gift, and its influence on how much the gift giver would use extrinsic cue, such as warrantee, in gift giving. We argue that consumers' intrinsic knowledge (about the gifts they buy for their friends) would determine how much they would use extrinsic cue in giving gift. The results should contrast the widely-known case of the buyer-seller context. That is, in gift giving, the higher the intrinsic knowledge the consumers have, the more they would use extrinsic cue. This effect should be more intense when giving gifts to close friends, compared to giving gifts to distant friends. Additionally, we argue that materialism would moderate the relationship between the consumer's intrinsic knowledge and their use of extrinsic cue in gift giving. The higher materialism personality the consumers have, the more they use extrinsic cue in gift giving.