About the Journal

In the area of national living crisis, the need to manage crises that threaten the life and health of the people in the area of national life safety is raised. if you look at the characteristics Man-made disasters that cause an increase in human and property damage are increasing.

In addition, the need to protect critical infrastructure and key assets is emphasized, and social conflicts that are not prevented and resolved in advance can have a great impact on the country and society or cause social crises.

Therefore to manage various crises that threaten human society, it is necessary to prepare countermeasures according to the current situation related to social problems and the primary intellectual framework for Social Issues is crisis and safety analysis and its social phenomenon systems analysis.

In the world right now Crisis can result in loss of life or injury due to various causes, and various approaches are required to maintain social stability and harmony because they cover a wide range of aspects, including not only physical but also mental aspects.

The aim is to take measures to ensure that individuals, families, and societies can live in a safe and healthy environment even in various crises and to create a safe environment and life by harmonizing personal responsibility and social support.

Therefore, this journal is important to produce basic data that can cooperate and respond as a community in various types of tangible and intangible crisis situations.

Detail with a We recommend that potential authors review recent issues to determine whether their paper is appropriate to the journal.

Aims & Scope

Area 1 Life Safety
Area 2 Social Issues
Area 3 Health Intervention

Latest Articles


  • Purpose: Parkinson's Disease Nurse Specialists(PDNS) play a vital role in delivering personalized care to individuals affected by Parkinson's disease(PD) and their families. This paper explores the multifaceted responsibilities of PDNS in managing and providing comprehensive care for the unique needs of PD patients. Additionally, it delves deeper into the specialized qualifications and training opportunities available for PDNS, with a particular focus on the United Kingdom's National Health Service(NHS). Method: A systematic review of literature and publications from reputable sources, including PubMed, The Lancet, Parkinson's Europe, and Parkinson's UK, has been conducted to gather pertinent information and insights regarding the crucial role of PDNS in enhancing the quality of life for PD patients. It also includes reviewing the latest PDNS learning pathway guidelines and the EU’s PD care manifesto. Results: A growing number of PD patients and families face communication difficulties with healthcare professionals, particularly consultants. There is a lack of awareness about the disease and its symptoms, which results in delayed diagnosis and inconsistent care plans. During consultations, there is a mismatch between the information provided and the information desired. Publications emphasize the critical roles of PDNS in the delivery of personalized care plans, emphasizing the importance of effective patient-provider communication for optimal plans. Conclusion: Effective communication and understanding of PD patients' and their family members' circumstances and emotional well-being contribute to informed care plans. PDNS play diverse roles in providing comprehensive patient and family support. They serve as primary contacts, walking alongside patients in their PD journey. It is vital for PDNS to cultivate a trusted relationship and receive ongoing support to enhance their skills. Government and charities hold critical roles in raising awareness and creating learning opportunities for PDNS and healthcare professionals. Research shows low shared decision-making in European PD care plans, leading to treatment inconsistencies. The European Union recognizes the importance of funding further research, stressing knowledge sharing for well-informed and standardized care plans, benefiting PD patients and families.
    Keyword:Parkinson’s Nurse Specialist, PDNS, Personalized PD Care, Parkinson’s Care Plans, TCM in Parkinson's
  • Purpose: The aim of this study was to examine the influences of elementary school students' ADHD tendency on their emotional problems such as depression and anxiety, and to verify the mediating effects of social relation-ships, specifically friend support, on these influences. Method: This study involved 456 students from two elementary schools in the capital area. The participants were surveyed regarding their ADHD tendency, friend support, depression, and anxiety levels. The data gathered were subsequently analyzed using a Structural Equation Model. Results: The results of the study are as follows: first, it was discovered that ADHD tendency in elementary school students directly affect friend support negatively. Second, the ADHD tendency was found to increase their levels of depression and anxiety, either directly or indirectly. Third, the ADHD tendency was shown to augment depression and anxiety via the route of friend support. Specifically, it was found that the paths of ‘ADHD tendency → friend support → depression’, ‘ADHD tendency → depression → anxiety’, ‘ADHD tendency → friend support → depression → anxiety’ were statistically significant. Conclusion: The findings of this study can serve as basic data for developing effective emotional intervention programs for students with ADHD tendency, by identifying the specific paths through which these students' ADHD tendency influence their emotional difficulties.
    Keyword:ADHD, ADHD Tendency, Friend Support, Depression, Anxiety
  • Purpose: This study is a descriptive survey to determine the impact of stress experienced by hospital nurses on their work performance. Method: The research method was a survey of 122 nurses working in a more 300 bed hospital in J city in October 2022. As a research tool, the WPBE-TI, a 16-item measure of workplace stress developed by Lee(2014), was used, and the WPBE-CI, a 13-item measure of workplace stress outcomes, was used. Work performance was measured with the WPBE-CI, a 17-item instrument developed by Ko(2007) and others. The collected data were analyzed using the SPSS Window 24.0 program. The effect of occupational stress on job performance was analyzed using simple regression analysis. Results: The results of this study showed that occupational stress has a significant effect on work performance, and the more occupational stress, the lower the work performance. Conclusion: It is recommended to develop an awareness program to create an environment that reduces occupational stress.
    Keyword:Nurses, Stress, Occupation, Performance, Work
  • Purpose: In urban society, street trees are closely related to our lives. However, many people do not recognize the existence and necessity of street trees on ordinary days. This study investigated the changes in the growth of street trees exposed to environmental damage and artificial management due to street maintenance. This paper aims to provide necessary data for street tree management by analyzing changes in the growth of street trees according to the road size in terms of temporal change and management of street trees. Method: Field surveys were conducted from June to September 2021 to identify the direction of maintenance for street trees by road size. The researchers collected and analyzed data on street tree roads and basic plan data on street trees in Suseong-gu in 1997. This paper conducted One-way ANOVA by six items(tree height, root-collar diameter, crown width, diameter at breast height, degree of tree health, and degree of environmental damage). Microsoft Office Excel 2007 program and Spss Statistics 21 statistical program were used for statistical analysis. Results: As a result of analyzing the current state of street trees in 2021 and the change amount by road size in 1997 data, on average, the tree height increased by 5.4m, the root-collar diameter increased by 22.3cm, the crown width increased by 2.1m, and the diameter at breast height increased by 12.8cm. The degree of tree health decreased by 0.2 points, and the degree of environmental damage decreased by 1.1 points. Conclusion: The tree form of street trees did not have a natural tree shape due to artificial management, and street trees were damaged due to lack of management and damage from surrounding shops. The analysis results show that the appearance of street trees has grown, but street trees' growth aspects(tree health, environmental damage) have regressed due to incorrect pruning work with tall trees according to laws and ordinances. This pa-per suggests that street trees' species selection and improvement supplement work should be done through continuous research in the future, and systematic and efficient management should be continuously carried out for satisfaction with street trees and pedestrians.
    Keyword:Street Trees, Roads, Tree Form, Degree of Tree Health, Degree of Environmental Damage
  • Purpose: Most processed wild vegetable products are dried, aged, and pickled vegetables. Developing processed wild vegetable foods is necessary to create new high-added value. Therefore, in this study, researchers tried to prepare basic data that can be utilized in various food manufacturing fields in the future through a survey of the awareness and use of edible wild vegetables that require the development of processed wild plants. Method: This paper investigated the awareness and use of wild vegetables, targeting adult men and women aged 20 or older residing in Daegu and Gyeongbuk. The survey consisted of questions about the perception, the degree of recognition, and the actual use of wild vegetables. As for the wild vegetable items of the awareness survey, 20 kinds of wild vegetables were selected with high awareness and mainly growing naturally in the Gyeongbuk area. Wild vegetable crops' perception and recognition degree were measured using a 5-point Likert scale. Data analysis was performed using the SPSS 27.0 program. Results: Regarding the degree of recognition of wild vegetables, 'Wild vegetables have a unique scent and taste' was the highest at 4.25. As a result of the knowledge survey for wild vegetable crops, 'Artemisia princeps,' 'Capsella bursa-pastoris,' 'Aralia elata', 'Allium monanthum,' 'Aster scaber', and 'Sedum sarmentosum' showed high awareness in the order. For purchase consideration, the 20s respondents of 61.3% considered 'freshness' the most. For purchase purposes, 'for salads' was the highest at 15.1% in the 30s, and 'for bibimbap' was 42.6% in the 60s and older. Most respondents did not use wild vegetables for 'green juice' and 'decoration.' 'For side dish-es' was 70.4% in their 40s, the highest among all age groups(p<0.05). Conclusion: By investigating consumers' use and awareness of wild vegetables, the survey data can be used for distribution and marketing plans for edible wild vegetables, which are special forest products. In addition, the research results on the purchase purpose of wild vegetables, the actual use of wild vegetable products, and the degree of preference provide basic data for developing high-added-value products by using them in various processed foods and menu development.
    Keyword:Forest Products, Wild Vegetables, Awareness, Processed Wild Vegetable Foods, Use of Wild Vegetables

Publishing Schedule

Submission 4/30
Editorial Review 5/10
Double Blind Peer Review 5/30
Review-Form Reflection Review 6/10
Accepted 6/20
Manuscript Editing Review 6/30
Scientific Proofreading 7/30
Open & Hybrid Review 8/10
Published 8/30

♦ Issues Per Year: Annual

Organization / Board Members

Head of Editorial Organization / President

Wonhyeon Lim

Daegu Haany University, KOR
[Curriculum Vitae]

General Vice President

Jinoh Choi

Changwon National University, KOR
[Curriculum Vitae]

Vice President

Myungin Lee Planning and Coordination Wonkwang Health Science University, KOR
Changjun Kim Public Relations Daegu Haany University, KOR

Editor in Chief

Hyangju Lee

Daegu Haany University, KOR
[Curriculum Vitae]

Executive Editor

Soonjung Hwang

Vision College of Jeonju, KOR
[Curriculum Vitae]

Editor in Administrations

Chengjian Lee Peking University, China
Giseok Kwon Daegu Hanny University, KOR
Hyunah Kim Dreamcook, KOR
Jinhee Lee Kwangju Women’s University, KOR
Jisook Kang Wonkwang University, KOR
Kinoh Kang Masan University, KOR
Minfen Liu Shanghai Tenth People’s Hospital Affiliated to Tongji University, China
Naok Hirata Okinawa Recovery Center, Japan
Sheena Chestnut Greitens University of Texas at Austin, USA
Soyoung Park Yongin Arts & Science University, KOR
Sunjung Park Sahmyook Health University, KOR
Suyeon Park Hosan University, KOR
Yeonghee Kim Jinju Health College, KOR
Yongai Zhang Xi’an Medical University, China


JUN. 23 National Tax Service of Republic of Korea (493-92-00207)
SEP. 17 International Journal of Crisis & Safety (ISSN 2189-7603)
DEC. 05 Inaugural General Meeting
2016 JUN. 30 First Journal Publication (Japan)
OCT. 11 Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Google Scholar
2019 APR. 23 EBSCO
APR. 30 I2OR
MAY. 07 ProQuest
MAY. 15 Infobase Index
2020 NOV. 02 KCI (Korea Citation Index)

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