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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 17, Issue 4 - Apr 1979
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Mar 1979
Volume 17, Issue 2 - Feb 1979
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Jan 1979
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A Study on Body Measurement for Slacks Construction (Mainly with women's College Student in Seoul City Area)
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 1~8
Recently, the Korean women has been steadily growing in number of wearing slacks , therefore the measurement data on lower part of body for slacks pattern construction have become needed. Thus, in order to obtain the measurement data, 304 of sophomore and junior classes form universities and colleges in Seoul city area were selected on purposed and , set to the object of study. In the course of measurement , thirteen items on lower part of body which is the basis of slacks pattern construction were measured, and then average balue, standard deviation and the mutual correlation were obtained.
A study on the Composition of food and it's nutritional mix for preparation of Korean Menus
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 10~29
Nowadays various organizations, such as hospitals, workers, students and families are requesting a model sample of standardized Korean meal plan to meet their nutritional requirement with daily food intake. Practical application of nutritional requirement in Korean meal is not yet established. This mainly comes form the lack of the research works on experimental cookery for the right amount of recipes of Korean meal , and no effect was ever paid for this angle by many specialist. Therefore, it is urgent to research and construct the standardized meal plan for Korean people. Contents of the present research are as follows ; 1) Standardization of recipes and the amounts : Various kinds of daily foods were selected for the purpose of recipes. The standardization of the recipes and the right amount were continuously attempted. 2) Research on the construction of nutritional meal plan : The method of constructing harmonious meal plan based upon the requirement, were studied. And the meal plans were constructed according to the different units of ages. Special meal plans were also constructed for the pregnant women and lactating women. 3) Evaluation for the nutritional adequacy were followed after the setting the various recipes.
Studies on Ascorbic Acid contents in Persimmon leaves tea by different cooking methods.
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 32~38
The purpose of this experiment was to find out the contained quantity of ascorbic acid form persimmon tea. They were different according to the month when the persimmon leaves were picked, the way of cooking and the length of time spent after cooking. The results of experiment can be summarized as follows : 1. About the same contained quantities of ascorbic acid were obtained among the persimmon leaves picked in September and October, and small contained quatities of it were obtained among the persimmon leaves picked in November. Therefore it can be concluded that the persimmon leaves picked in September and October are better than the leaves picked in November for permision tea. 2. According to the way of cooking the contained quantity of ascorbic acid were different. When green leaves were washed and boiled for 1 monute and dried in the shade for 48 hours, the largest contained quantity of ascorbic acid were obtained. When they were steamed in the steam box for 1 minute and 30 seconds and dried in shade for 48 hours medium contained quantity of ascorbic acid were obtained . The contained quantity of ascorbic acid were decreased when green leaves were dried without boiling when green leaves were dried without boiling or when branches of leaves were taken away by hand and dried. 3. The contained quantity of ascobic acid were also different according to the length of time spent after cooking. After 15 minutes from cooking it began to increase and after 150 minutes it reached the highest degree. After this time it began to decrease. 4. the best fragrance, taste and color of the Persimmn Tea are found out, after steaming in the steaming box for one minute and half second and after drying in the shade for fourty-eight hours.
Analysis of Sociopsychological Interest Factors in Antique(Yi-dynasty) Furniture for Modern Living
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 39~47
The objective of this study was to examine antique furniture in the cultural tradition. Through a survey of use and interest in antique furniture for modern living. the methodology included a review of literature in order to determine characteristics of wood furnitures of the Yi-dynasty. A survey of use and interest in antique furniture for modern living was also conducted. The study of interest in antique furniture was limited to five factors of sociopsychological variables : traditional, aesthetic , status symbolic ,economic, and fashionable. Questionnaires were given to the randomly selected men and women in Seoul. Data from 289 respondents were analyzed by
, analysis of variances and correlation. The results were 1) Wood furniture of the Yi-dynasty continued to be of practical usefulness, Antique furniture, therefore, had multiful functional , practical , and aesthetic usefulness in modern living. 2) Interest in antique furniture today was not related to possession or nonpossession, age, and occupation but was related to educational level and socioeconomic status. Suggestions for further research include the study of the organized history of Korean furniture in form, color, materials , and texture. And also included the use additional factors in further research on the study of interest in antique furniture.
A Historical Study of Ondol
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 49~56
In Korean housing designs reflect uniqueness as a result of the influence of regional and atmospheric factors. In this regard, the early use of the hot floor (ondol) system is of special significance. This system is still in use today, not only for house-heating purposes in the homes of commoners, but also for cooking in the kitchen. The present study represents an investigation of the ondol structure since its earliest known usage. Methodology involves a documentary examination of the system. In point of time, this begins with the system's earliest usage and proceeds chronnologically down to the end of the Yi Dynasty. Research indicates that something very much like the ondol system appeared in the early tribal society of Mahan and its usage continued in the state of Koguryo (during the Three Kingdoms Period) in the homes of the poor. This unique system which had its origin in cold northern areas was utilized on a much broader basis during the Koryo Dynasty. Coming down to the Yi Dynasty it found acceptance and application in all parts of the peninsula. Variations in major component parts of the structure, such as the fuel hole, the flue, the draft , and the chimney, normally reflect regional dissimilarities. It is perhaps most significant that here-in contrast to other devices we have a system that serves concurrently for both heating and cooking purposes.
A Study on Family Consciousness of Woman Colleage Student-With Emphasis on the Woman College Student in Pusan Area-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 57~79
As the first communal system of which our society consists is family , the study of its relationship has been the base of analysing the social changes in every society of different culture and age. In our country under various western influences on traditional consiousness, it is very significant to consider how our family consciousness changes up. The aim of this thesis is to understand family consciousness of the women students of 2 University and 1 woman college in Pusan Area with 675 qustioning papers by inquiring the views of family , marriage, birth control and inheritance.
A Study on the Relation between Father's Child-Rearing Attitude or Child-Concern and Children's Personality
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 17, issue 2, 1979, Pages 83~105
The purpose of this study is 1) to find out several factors which related to father's rearing attitude and father's concern influencing on children's personality development and 2) to examine closely the correlation between father and children's personality. For the study, cases of 914 children from Seoul and Chong-Ju were sampled to put their personality on test and to investigate on the father's attitude for child rearing and child -concern. The instruments used in this research are question aires, which the investigators made, to examine the father's attitude for child-rearing and child-concern, and the child-personality test performed by Ph. D.B.M.J eong. The results obtained can be summarized as follows : 1. Most fathers were found to be more affectionate to daughters then to sons in their attitude for child-rearing and child-concern , and fathers in Chong-Ju had the tendency to have morn concern about the first child. 2. The more educated fathers, public official or company employee, and Christian or Catholic , showed much more concern about their children, which was shown or Catholic ,showed much more concern about their children , which was shown in this study as statistically significant (P<.0.1, F-test). 3. There were no sex differences in correlations between father's child-rearing attitude or child-concern and child-personality. 4. Father's child-rearing attitude was highly related to child's birth order, That is : the first child showed the low coefficient in general activity and impulsiveness, and showed the high coefficient in emotional stability of personality traits when father's child-rearing attitude was high. 5. Regardless of sex, birth order, economic level, children showed high coefficient in dominance, reflectiveness, and sociability of personality traits when father's child-concern was high. 6. Children in Chong-Ju also presented high marks at percentile in emotional stability when they liked grand fathers and fathers. 7. Children who identify their fathers showed the high marks in emotional stability, specially cases of Chong-Ju were statistically more significant (P<0.5, F-test). 8. There were much difference in percentile marks of personality traits among children in Seoul and Chong -Ju ; the marks which children in Chong-ju made were average 13.71 score lower than those of Seoul in general -activity , dominace, impulsiveness reflectiveness, sociability only except emotional stability.