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Korea ranks top in the suicide rate and the rate of increase among the OECD countries. Two-thirds of suicides in Korea are people who have had depression during their lifetime. Depression is predicted to be one of the three major diseases in 2030, we can say that it is enough to endanger people’s lives and it is common today. If so, what is the depression that gives bad effects to both patients and a society?
 
 
Depression is frequently expressed as “a cold of the mind.” That means that this illness is easy to catch, and it is also easily cured, like a cold. However, depression patients may kill themselves if they do not get proper treatment. Recently, the proportion of depression patients has increased. Therefore, reports by the press about incidents related to depression have also increased. For these reasons, depression is no longer an illness unaccustomed to the masses. This depression causes many social problems.
 
 
Our society is rapidly becoming industrialized and urbanized. Therefore, the topic of sex which was opened has caused side effects. As the freedom of action grows and the age of puberty occurs earlier, a conversational attitude changed to a positive attitude. This caused many problems, and the problem of teenage unmarried mothers became serious.
 
These days, we can find the story about unmarried mothers easily through the various media. As contrasted with the past when we tried to hide the theme of unmarried mothers, the topic of unmarried mothers began to be dealt with as the themes of movies and dramas. As shown in the movie “Speed Scandal,” released not long ago, unmarried mothers at present are imposing and the view toward them is not dark compared with the past. The view of the media isn’t the only change. Actually, the situations that unmarried mothers face and the number of them are changing.
 
The problem of unmarried mothers needs to be reviewed carefully, because some aspects of the issue have been somewhat misinterpreted. In this issue, the CBT gives an in-depth report on the present situation and problems that unmarried mothers are facing.
 
Unmarried mothers are face on many difficulties.
 
 
In this article, CBT introduces new renewable energy policies in Denmark, United Kingdom and Korea.
 
What is real meaning of Green Growth.
 
Do you think that you know a lot about Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR)? Recently, CSR has become an important issue, but not many people seem to know the real meaning of CSR. In this issue, CBT deals with the true meaning and cases of CSR. CBT also points out some methods to improve the corporate cultures.
 
CBT introduced how CSR operated.
 
 
However, as opposed to the expectation of the new building, some problems have arisen about the work.
 
A temple stay is to experience the Buddhist civilization and culture by staying at a temple and having time to reflect on life. CBT went to Baekdamsa temple where Han Yong-woon, who wrote the poem Nimui Chimmuk, realized the religious truth. For this issue, CBT planned a special project: Temple Stay.
 
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