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A Study on the Image and Visual Preference for the Beautiful Forest Scenery types in Korea
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A Study on the Image and Visual Preference for the Beautiful Forest Scenery types in Korea
Lee, Yeon-Hee; Park, Chan-Woo; Ha, Si-Yeon;
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This study intends to evaluate visual preference and image for 10 types of forest sceneries which have own distinct characteristics without overlapping each other among 22 types of beautiful forest sceneries based on Korea National Parks. Z scale and paired comparison methods were used to analyze visual preference for forest scenery, and SD scale method was also adopted to assess visual image for forest scenery. Experiments were conducted with 3 different university students groups. The results of this study can be summarized as follows. First, the evaluation results of Z scale (N
forest scenery;type of scenery;landscape preference;semantic differential method;paired comparison;
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