compared to the equivalent from the right to a free and appropriate public education under IDEA in U.S. Further, although some laws such as Act on Prohibition of Persons with Disabilities in Korea are regulating various remedy measures of a court, i
comparing with to their acquaintances. We thought that the reason why it happened is that they need someone to talk about this topic, but most parents cannot understand this and scold them.
In addition to this, this result shows us that cognition to males about co-habitation is more generous to female. It seems because socially the experience like the co-habitation in this research pap
compare and analyze the budget and settlement of accounts about school’s facilities between Korea and abroad This research will focus on verifying usefulness of successful FM budgeting for support to decision-making in university facilities. Furthermore, we will suggest application method on Korea situation as well.
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The scope of this research is Korea a
compare and analyze between LEED indoor environmental score of buildings and occupants' satisfaction, and research about the correlation between criteria and satisfaction. Second, we will compare and analyze between satisfaction of LEED buildings and non LEED building’s, and research effectiveness of LEED certification. As a result, we will suggest development to indoor environment of green off
Political democracy inevitably contains the system of social inequality.
However democracy in detail contains the participation of majority in which the disadvantaged have real voice in society.
Hence democracy is possible only if there exists an institutional separation between the realm of politics and system of inequality.
Real Democracy only if based on overall distribution of power
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