The rapid technological development of South Korea (hereafter Korea) has been well documented, but there has been little rigorous data analysis of collaboration and scientific co-authorship among Korean researchers
Environmental radiation monitoring in Korea can be categorized as (1) nationwide monitoring program and (2) monitoring program for nuclear facilities. The former is designed to quickly detect any abnormal situation in environmental radioactivity levels. The latter has the objective of evaluating environmental radioactivity levels resulting from the operation of nuclear facilities. This paper describes the two monitoring programs, how they are implemented, items of being measured, analytical techniques, quality control programs and R&D activities associated with the monitoring. Also, some of the latest data obtained by the monitoring programs are introduced.
Authors:Duk Hee Lee, Il Won Seo, Ho Chull Choe, and Hee Dae Kim
collaboration and research innovation.
This paper conducts a social network analysis (SNA) of co-authorship data for Korean PRIs in the fields of science and engineering, in which research activities are actively underway, in an endeavour to measure the
Authors:Sujin Choi, Ji-young Park, and Han Woo Park
.com, a third party application connected to Twitter.com, is included in this study because it offers a unique opportunity to explore Twitter's role in open social innovation in Korea. Twitaddons.com, launched on March 4, 2010, adds a community gathering
reviews forces in a range of countries, framing discussion with remarks about expanded schooling, changing roles of the state, and household demand. It elaborates on patterns in Korea, Mauritius, Kenya and England to illustrate the themes through case
Summary This paper investigates Korean scientific output, focusing on international collaboration patterns, through an analysis of journal publications. For the study, 44,534 publications, published by researchers affiliated with Korean institutions and indexed by SCI during the six years 1995-2000, were considered. The study period was divided into two periods to compare the international collaboration for three years 1995-1997 and 1998-2000. The results show a clear decrease in Korea's international collaboration level between the study periods even though the number of researchers as well as the total R&D expenditure decreased considerably after Korea's economic change. The decrease of international collaboration in Korean science was inversely associated with different determinants such as scientific size as well as national scientific infrastructure. This decreasing trend of international collaboration in Korean science was largely caused by discipline-to-discipline variations in coverage of the SCI database. Among the top-ten collaborating countries, only the Chinese and the Canadian share of collaborative publications with Korea increased between the two periods under consideration.
Authors:Hye-Jin Kim, Jin-Young Min, Hyun-Jin Kim, and Kyoung-Bok Min
accidents. In the USA, non-fatal pedestrian injury rates have increased with the steady rise in use of mobile phones ( Byington & Schwebel, 2013 ). In Korea, recent data have shown that accidents associated with smartphone use among pedestrians have
Authors:Young Man Ko, Soo-Ryun Cho, and Yong Seok Park
the type and the size of databases.
The Korean Citation Index 1 (KCI), a Korean citation database, covers several select Korean domestic academic journals that have been published since 2004. The KCI was developed to stimulate Korean academic