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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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A study on ancient Japanese costume
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 1~11
RESULTS : Considering the archaeological evidences, it is velieved that the southern culture centered in KuSu and the Nothern Culture centered in the centeral Japan, specially at the estern Japan, existed together with the culture come through the southern regions and northern regions of Japanese Islands in Jomon Culture and Yayoi Culture period. As the center of territory moved from KuSu to GiNae in Tumulus Culture period, two-pieced style of the northern people who have already there became prevalent. The costume of Tumulus Culture period was developed from the coexistence f southern style and northern style to the merge of the two styles by the nomads come from Korean Peninsula. The riding costume was propagated by Koreans, and the style used in Korean Peninsula was more deeply influenced to the costume of the ruling class. The costume of Asuka Culture and MakuHo Culture period succeeds the costume of Tumulus Culture period without wide difference. But the costume of Korean Peninsula lied more deeply as the root of Japanese Costume. While the costume of the ruling class was changed into Tang's style, the costume of the masses was under the influence of the costume of Korean Peninsula. It became the base of current Japanese Folk Costume.
Irritation of clothes on the Human body and a countermeasure for security
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 13~19
While the appearance of new textiles and processing materials results in the improvement in quality of clothes and its luxury, a question about the irritation of clothes on the human body must be raised. In Japan and many countries in Europe, they are searching for a countermeasure against the bad influence of clothes on the human body for the purpose of protecting consumers. In our country, a little bit of study about the skin irritatio has been carried out. In this thesis, the literature on the kinds of the irritation of clothes on the human body was studied and analysed. And then I arranged it from the view-point of clothing hygienics. For example, we should observe the legal regulations and the administrative control in the process of production and distributive management of clothes for our safety. Therefore the authorities concerned must have preparations for the safety and this monograph is going to give information for it.
A study on the problems of the use of the pillow
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 21~28
This study is to furnish basic data for making appropriate and comfortable pillow. This research was carried out in reference to 260 males and 339 females whose ages are above 20 in Daegu, from Aug. 1. 1984 to Oct. 15. 1984. RESULTS : 1. In the shape of pillow, the western style is more used than Korean style. 2. The mean size, 50.9
29.1 cm, of pillows is too small for the preceding studies of which, the most comfortable size is 65
45 cm. 3. The mean height, 10.1 cm, of pillows is much higher than the appropriate height, 5.0
1cm, in the preceding studies. 4. The mean weight, 1587g, of pillows seems to be too heavy. 5. The most used stuffing of pillows is fascicular fibers, the second chaff, the third husks of buckweat, the fourth sponge, and then feather, 6. Considering of pillow-slip material, 68.8% of pillows consist o synthetic fiber.7. The mean compression rate 14.5% is much lower than the comfortable compression rate 40~50 in the preceding studies. 8. Considering the way obtainment, ready-made articles are more used than the domestic-made articles. 9. The same pillows are used throughout for seasons, and that seems not to be appropriate because climate is changeable according to seasons in our country. 10. The sterilization by sunlight is rarely carried out and that is unhygienic because pillows used to absord much of sweat during using time.
A study on the changes of the components in the steaming and roasting green tea after heat treatments according to time.
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 29~36
This experiment was conducted to investigate changes of the components in steamed and roasted green tea after 10 min, 20 min and 30 min of heat treatment of heat treatment at
. Vitamin C and tannin were determined by spetrophotometry. Total nitrogen, water-soluble nitrogen and water-soluble non protein nitrogen were determined by Kjeldahl analysis system. Aromas were identified by gas chromatography. After heat treatment, contents of most compounds decreased. Tannin and caffeine decreased a little bit, while vitamin C decreased considerably. There were both decreases and increases in aromas. Aromas which increased were geraniol, trans-2-hexenol, linalool,
-ionone. From these results, it was concluded that the highest quality of green tea was one steam- treated for 10 min at
Sterilization and storage of dried fishes by irradiation
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 37~43
The effect of irradiation at dose of 3~10 kGy on the extension of the shelf-life of sliced dried squid and dried file and on its quality were investigated during nine months of storage at room temperature. The number of microorganisms, TBA value and TMA-N content were used as objective indices concerned to the sensory evaluation. In the number of initial microbial loading, total bacterial count of sliced dried squid and dried file fish were
, yeast and mold were
and coliform group were
and above 10 per gram of the samples, respectively. The number of total bacteria was sterilized by 99% with irradiation of 3~10 kGy and irradiation of above 7 kGy was shown to be effective for the radurization of yeast, mold and coliform group. TBA value of irradiated groups were higher than storage time. The TMA-N content of nonirradiated group was markedly increased by microbial spoilage during storage, however above 8 kGy irradiated group were indicated about 10 mg% after nine months storage. In the sensory evaluation, the nonirradiated group was off favor after three months storage and was changed in color of dried fishes but 7~10 kGy irradiated group were maintained good qualit compared with those of fresh samples after nine months storage at room temperature.
Influence of fat levels and types of dietary fiber on lipid metabolism of rats
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 45~53
The influence of fat level and dietary fiber on serum and liver lipid concentration of the rat was investigated. Groups of rats were fed respectively 3%, 5%, 20% fat containing and free fiber diet until 5th week. From 5th week to 9th week high fat diet groups of rates were devided high fat diet group, high fat pectin supplemented diet group and high fat celulose supplemented diet group. Pectin and cellulose at 10% was supplemented to high fat diets. After rats were fed for 9 weeks, all rats were sacrificed to collect the liver and blood samples by heart puncture. Serum and liver lipids were determined on all rats and compared the histochemical lipid staining method with the biochemical analysis of serum and liver lipids. A high fat diet caused increased level of the total lipids, total cholesterol and free cholesterol contents in the liver and the serum. Rats fed pectin reduced body weight, werum lipid and liver lipid but cellulose had no effect to reduce serum and liver lipid concentration. These results indicate that dietary fat level led to changes in the lipid metabolism of rats and that pectin was more effective in lowering serum and liver lipid than cellulose.
The effect of housing type on the perception of the quality of housing environement and housing satisfaction
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 55~66
This study is intended to compare the quality of housing envirionments between single family house and apartments. To be specific, firstly, it is to be examined as to whether there exists any differences between residents of single family house and those of highrise apartments in terms of their perception of the quality of housing environment. Secondly, the major factors of the perception of the quality of housing environment may be linked to the level of housing satisfaction are to be explored in this study. The perception of the quality housing environment is composed of four factors such as living space, noise, neighbor environment, and structural feature. For the purpose, questionnaires were adinistered to 125 home makers living in single family house and 125 home makers in high-rise apartments in Kwangju. The data were analyzed with factor analysis, analysis of variance, and multiple regression analysis.The following conclusions are derived from the data analysis in thi study: 1) Resjdents of apartments tended to be more satisfied with structural feature of housing unit and less satisfied with noise than those of single family house. There are negligible differences between two housing types in perception of the quality of living space, and neighbor environment. 2) According to the singhle family house group, it is found that structural feature, neighbor environment, and living space predict most of the variance in the level of housing unit satisfaction. It is also turned out that neighbor environment, noise, and structural feature have impact on the level of neighborhood statisfaction. 3) the apartments group shows that structural feature is the only predictor having impact on housing unit satisfaction. It is found that neighbor environment factor predicted the level of neighborhood satisfaction.
Family time use and its relationship to quality of life perception
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 67~90
This study is purposed to analyse the relationship among the demographic characteristics of rural families and their household work time use and the perception of their quality of life. This study also intended to show the difference of the housold work time use between the rural and the urban area. The household work time use behavior of the urban families were analized in former study by this author, and the results were used in this study for comparison. 200 rural families were sampled which are composed of a couple with two children. These families were then stratified by wife's employment status and age of children. For the statistical analysis of the data, ANOVA, GLM, X\sup 2\-test and etc. were employed.
A study on the conflict resolution techniques of urban spouses - on the bases of conjugal violence behavior -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 2, 1985, Pages 91~110
This paper presents a theoretical perspective that integrates elements of social.demographi.family environmental and psychological explanations of spousal conflict resolution techniques. In particular, the relationships between the childhood family violence and severe marital violence in the next generation and the lack of economix resources are examined as risk factors in violence behavior. Amodification of the Conflict Tactics scale is used to measure the incidence and 1-year period prevalence of three levels : reasoning, verbal agressioni, and violence. The data are drawn from area sampling of Taegu 673 women who were married of had been living with a male partner during the study period.