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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 23, Issue 4 - Dec 1985
Volume 23, Issue 3 - Sep 1985
Volume 23, Issue 2 - Jun 1985
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Mar 1985
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Weaving techniques of white huipil material from the alta verapaz area in guatemala
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 1~9
On the rate of absorption of the sized fabrics
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 11~17
This paper aims to examine the variety of the absorption of cotton, T/C and hemp fabrics seperately seperaterly sized by rice, wheat, potato, corn flour and pp.V.A.. Experimental variables occurring in the concentration of sizing agents, the water content of unsized fabrics and an iron temperature show the following results, 1. When fabrics sized, the rate of absorption increases according to the order of rice, corn, pp.V.A., potato, wheat flour for cotton fabrics, of rice, corn, pp.V.A., wheat, potato flour for hemp fabrics and of the rice, pp.V.A., potato, corn, wheat flour for T/C fabrics : rice flour shows an absorption rate highest among all the others mentioned above. 2. To a certain extent, the stronger the concentration of sizing agents, the higher the rate of absorption. 3. The higher fabrics density, the higher absorption rate. 4. The structure and hydrophilic property of the sized fabrics affect the rate of absorption. 5. The fabrics with water content of 20% before sizing it shows the rate of absorption highest. 6. An iron temperature after sizing fabrics shows the rate of absorption highest at the properest at the properest one :
for T/C and
for hemp fabrics.
A study on the removal of triglyceride from cotton fabric
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 19~24
The effect of temperature, washing time, mechanical agitation and concentration on the removal from cotton fabrics of tripalmitin labelled with C\sup 14\ were studied. In order to correlate the detergency with the removal mechanism, solubilization and suspending power of surfactants were observed. RESULTS : 1. The detergency from cotton fabric was increased with elevating temperature and over the temperature of maximum detergency, the rate of soil removal was rather decreased. 2. The effects of washing time and mechanical agitation on the removal of triplamitin were obvious at lower temperature. 3. The removal of tripalmitin was remarkably increased at higher concentration over cmc for all surfactants. The detergency of nonionic surfactant -NPPG- was best, this was resulted from its large solubilization and suspending power.
Free amino acid, fatty acid composition and mineral content in dried alaska pollack and the changes of mineral content according to cooking time
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 25~31
This study designed not only to elucidate free amino acid, fatty acid composition and mineral content in dried alaska pollack but also to examine calcium, magnesium, poassium and sodium contents in its cooking broth according to each boiling time such as 2.5, 5, 10, 20, and 30 minutes. RESULTS : 1. Glutamic acid in dried alaska pollack was the most abundant free amino acid and was followed in order of aspartic acid, lysin, leucine and histidine. They composed of 50.95% of the total amino acid contents. 2. In dried alaska pollack the most abundant fatty acid was palmitic acid. Essential fatty acid content was 26.57% of the total fatty acid. 3. The calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium contents in dried alaska pollack showed 10.721 mg%, 9.235mg%, 4072.5mg% and 2299.8% respectively. The amount of magnesium and potassium in cooking broth arrived at the highest level when 20 minute boiling was undertaken and the quantities of magnesium and sodium were the highest when 30 minute boiling was made.
Study on the Rheological Properties and Effects of Tannin components of Acorn Starch Gel
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 33~47
The rheological properties of acorn starch gel were investigated in region of small and large deformation. The properties were compared with those of potato and wheat starch gel. On the physical characteristics and the effect of tannin contents of acorn starch were examined. RESULTS : 1. X-ray diffractogram of acorn starch showed C-type and its granules swelled gradully with heating. 2. Hardness, brittleness and both small and large deformation of the acorn starch gel were remarkably large, also the concentration dependence of the acorn starch gel could be recognized in small deformation and hardness. 3. The Young's modulus of Hookean body in small deformation and the rupture stress in large deformation differed obviously from the parameters of rheological properties in various gels. 4. It was found that the selling power, viscosity and rhelogical properties were affected obviously by the tannin.
A study on the Types of perceived risk in consumer's purchasing public apartment
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 49~57
The central problem of purchasing houses is choice, which is accompanied by perception of risk. Perceived risk is defined as a risk perceived by a consumer subjectively in choice situations. The components of perceived risk are uncertainty and consequence. There are seven types of perceived risk in purchasing houses. Those are financial risk, functional risk, social risk, psychological risk, physical risk, time risk and future opportunity lost risk. The empirical survey about comsumer's purchasing Public Apartment suggests : 1) In general, rspondents perceive relatively high risk in purchasig Public Apartment. 2) Of seven risk types, financial, functionalm, future opportunity lost, time, and social risk correlate highest with overall perceived risk and explain the variance of it. 3) Physical and psychological risks don't correlate significantly with overall perceived risk. From the findings in empirical analysis, consumers are recommended to device riskreduction activities in purchasing Public Apartment. 1. Active information search is needed in purchasing Public Apartment in order to reduce overall perceived risk. 2. Housing concept should change from ownership to rental thinking. 3. Consumers should be accustomed to Housing Loans by bank. 4. Purchasing goals should be established clearly before purchasing houses. 5. Careful deliberation is required and informations from personal sources are useful.
Conceptual perspectives on consumer satisfaction/dissatisfaction
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 59~69
Consumer satisfaction/dissatisfaction is a concept which is receiving increased attention from consumers, public policy makers, and marketers alike. The literature in this field is still meager, has been growing rapidly byt with diversity of direction. The purpose of this study is to review the conceptualization and taxonomy of CS/D in consumer research. Three types of the basic process in a general theory of CS/D are suggested; system CS/D, enterprise CS/D and product-service CS/D. It is also classified into macro marketing system CS/D, micro marketing system CS/D and consuming mix CS/D. The conceptualization of CS/D begins with a basic model of how CS/D results from the individual product purchase experience of individual consumer. Basic CS/D models are classified into process model which contains experience, information search, prepurchase evaluation and comparison process variables and psychological model which is derived from cognitive dissonance theory. Theoretical and empirical foundations about expectation model are asimilatin, contrast, generalized negativity and assimilation contrast theories.
Family support system and life satisfaction of the elderly : exploring a causal model
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 1, 1985, Pages 71~85
The study attempts to explore factors which affect life satisfaction of the elderly, and thereby to identify the most efficient strategy to enhance their happiness and satisfaction with life by means of a family support system. Previous research suggests that the family is the main origin from which emotional and ecionomic satisfacton of the aged evolves, and satisfaction is facilitated by societal assistance for the family to financially support old persons. These theoretical antecedents are incorporated into a causal model for empirical verificatio. To this end, interviews were conducted in Seoul with 300 individuals who are 60 years old or over. The major findings of this study support the theoretical assertions of previous studies. They are summarized as follows : 1. Family solidarity is highly correlated with life satisfaction of the elderly. 2. Family solidarity is raised by the intensity of their social association, satisfaction with housing, and financial resources. 3. Eduation, income and marital status as exogenous variables do not directly affect life satisfaction and family solidarity, despite their strong overall correlation. Casual effects of each variable are linked to family solidarity and then to life satisfaction through a family support system for the elderly.