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 Title & Authors
Study on Management Participation Type per Neighborliness of Housewives Living In Apartments
Park, Ji-Hye;
 
 Abstract
Neighborhood relations and restoring a sense of community has recently become an increasingly important aspect within the urban residential culture in Korea. This study aims to identify the key perceptions of typical Korean living habits in apartment complexes and how such observations reflect on apartment management activities as well as housing awareness. The following is the summary of this study. The first objective of this study classifies the neighborliness of Korean apartment residents into a series of factors including intimacy, empathy, identity and conflict. In particular, the factors of empathy and identity can be interpreted as aspects of Korean culture which are observed through consideration for others, a sense pride and community, etc. These factors were associated with positive influences on neighborliness. Second, the management participation level appeared to vary depending on the type of neighborliness. The G1 Type exhibits a positive attitude toward the neighborhood but shows passive community participation, while the G2 Type has a high level of empathy towards community life but experiences high stress with their neighbors and is critical against management participation. The G3 Type perceives the importance of neighbors but is indifferent to them, while the G4 Type shows an active attitude in terms of the aforementioned identity factor and actively participates in management activities. Therefore, community programs need to be developed in consideration to each kind of resident in order for such programs to succeed. The results of this investigative research are able to be utilized in the basic study of community programs and related management development focused on apartment residents in Korea.
 Keywords
Neighborliness;Management Participation;Apartment;Korean Housing Culture;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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대한건축학회논문집:계획계, 2015. vol.31. 7, pp.3-12 crossref(new window)
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