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As society developed, the economic level of public is much higher than past, so the cultural life becomes more important. But at the moment, cultural facilities are fairly short in number. Especially the cultural facilities that people in their 20s enjoy are mainly focused in only merrymaking place. We change this mind and encourage fresh and sound cul
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it turned out that they feel the most inflation in the 'food expenses' item(40.8%) which took the top area for 2 years in a row from the last year(52.3%). The main reason why they show such sensitive responses like this is that food expenses account for a significant amount of their entire consumption-expenditure. As you can see in the table below (Table 3),
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(1) What is Two-factor Theory?
Frederick Herzberg’s ‘Two-factor theory’ is one of the most renowned early theories of motivation. As motivation was usually explained based on needs in the past, two-factor theory also views motivation from a need-based perspective. The main idea of this theory is to separate satisfaction from dissatisfaction which makes a dual-continuum,