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Factors Influencing Consumption Patterns of Household Recognizing Relatively Deprivation
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  • Journal title : Family and Environment Research
  • Volume 53, Issue 5,  2015, pp.489-502
  • Publisher : The Korean Home Economics Association
  • DOI : 10.6115/fer.2015.039
 Title & Authors
Factors Influencing Consumption Patterns of Household Recognizing Relatively Deprivation
Sim, Jung In; Kim, Soon Mi;
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 Abstract
This study identifies the relation between recognition relatively deprivation and consumption patterns. The data used were the seventh Korea Welfare Panel Study (KOWEPS). The final sample of 1,597 households was selected based on several sampling steps standard weights suggested by KOWEPS were applied. The final sample was subdivided into household recognizing relatively deprivation (51.7%) and non-household recognizing relatively deprivation (48.3%) per level of subjective income and objective income. We derived six consumption patterns from the cluster analysis as per consumption ratio: transportation dominant consumption pattern, essential consumption pattern, other dominant consumption pattern, care attention consumption pattern, private transfer consumption pattern, and education dominant consumption pattern. The results of this study are as follows. The analysis of the determinants of recognizing relatively deprivation in regards to question one found that the household was likely to be relatively deprived when: the head of a household was older, a household had a dual income, children and more total assets then those assessed 1 year ago compared to household living conditions, result of comparing the consumption patterns difference between household recognizing relatively deprivation and non-household recognizing relatively deprivation indicated that household recognizing relatively deprivation was more likely to belong to the transportation dominant consumption pattern, other dominant consumption pattern, and private transfer consumption pattern. The multinomial logistic analysis conducted to understand the determinants affecting the consumption patterns of household recognizing relatively deprivation indicated differences in demographic characteristics, household-related variables, financial variables and perception of economic conditions.
 Keywords
subjective income level;objective income level;household recognizing relatively deprivation;consumption pattern;
 Language
Korean
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