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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 the relationship between personality and the factors for clothing selection among the high school girls
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 1~7
The aim of this study is to find out the relation-ship between personality and te factors for clothing selection. For the test, 396 high school girl students in Seoul were selected, respectively. The general personality test sheets by Kim Giseok and the questionnaire besed on Park Eunju's study on the factors for clothing selection were given to the sample group. RESULTS : 1. Behavior of clothing selection according to expression of individuality is sign ificantly correlated with ascendancy and sociability at the level of .001, and with emotional stability at .50. 2. Behavior of clothing selection according to utility is significantly correlated with resopnsibility and emotional stability at the level of .01. 3. Behavior of clothing selection according to economy is significantly correlated with ascendancy and self-confidence at the level of .01, and with responsibility and sociablity at .05. 4. Behavior of clothing selection according to modesty is significantly correlated with ascendancy and sociability at level of .001, and with self-confidence at .01. 5. Behavior of clothing selection according to conformity is significantly correlated with ascendancy, emothional stability, and self-confidence at the level of .001, and with sociability at .05.
A study on the methods of inquiry in the history of costume
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 9~17
The pur[pose of this study is to investigate the research method and to provide a guide to the ways in which researcher, interested in costume history, can obtain in formation. There are comparison, induction, observation, awnalysis, experience and synthesis in method of science. Firstly, comparative research is to ascertain the accumulated evidence. Secondly, we can compare with historical phenomenon. A research intend to verify the hypothesis based upon the sources of information. It is an available method to investigate the costumes and adornments in the past. Whatever the approach, the researcher much discribe the facts objectively. Historical research has been approached in many warys in the field of costume. There are visual and documentary sources. Visual sources are paintings, sculptutre, frescoes, coins, potteries, medals, mosaics, wall paintings, stained glasses, seals, tapestries, illustrations, photographs, movies, and fashion dolls. Documentary sources are archives, letters, diaries, literature, wardrobe accounts, sumpturary laws, newspapers, and recollections.
A study on clothing weights of elementary school children in a hygienic perspective
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 19~31
This study was designed to find out clothing weights and clothing practice of elementary school children and their mothers and to investigate the correlation between clothing weights of the children and those of their mothers and to investigate the correlation between clothing weights and physical fitness of the children. RESULTS : 1. Total clothing weight of elementary school children was heavier than that of their mothers. 2. The results analyzed by sex and age of the children were as follows. Correlation was little recognized between lowerwear, underwear weights of the 6 year old girls and underwear weight of their mothers and between upperwear weight of 10 year old girls and underwear weight of their mothers. 3. In case of the children who made a clothing decision with their mothersm, correlation was recognized between total clothing weight of the children and total clothing, underwear, lowerwear weights of their mothers, and between upperwear weight of the children and upperwear weight of the children and upperwear, total clothing, underwear and outerwear weights of their mothers, and between outerwear weight of the children and lowerwear weight of their mothers. 4. Physical fitness had partly a negative correlation with the clothing weights in case of the boys, while not the girls. As a reslult, clothing weights of elementary school children were related to thermal sensation of their mothers.
A field survey on the standard establishment of wearing under environmental thermal conditions II - With emphasis on yearly change of wearing and clothing weight -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 33~54
The purpose of this study is to establish the suitable wearing standard under environmental thermal conditions in Pusan. The data is obtained from 50 girl students from April, 1984 to March, 1985. Items of the research are as follows : Environmental conditioni, clothing weight, contents of wearing, clothing climate, wearing order etc. RESULTS : 1. The upper clothing wights are varied considerably with temperature, while the lower are not. 2. The outdoor temperature and the total clothing weights show the high negative correlation of r=-.97 wth regression equation of Y=-37.64X+1692.66. 3. The clothing weight per clo is 390g/
. 4. Mostly, subjects were 2~7kinds of the upper and 3~5kinds of the lower clothing. 5. The clothing weights on the upper part of the body are heavier than those on the lower part of it. 6. The standard deviation of the obver clothing is larger than that of the under clothing. 7. The clothing shape of comfort-sensation reporter changes with variation of temperature. 8. The clothing climate of the inner layer is 32.26
in temperature, 43.6
7% in humidity at four seasons. 9. It is represented that total subjects and comfort-sensation reporter control the wearing contents suitably for temperature. 10. The standard of wearing in Pusan is established as Fig. 6.
The change of free amino acid composition during radish Kimchi Fermentation
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 55~60
This study was carried out to compare the change of free amino acid content in the radish Kimchi added with anchovy pickle sauce with that added with 15% NaCl solution during 30 days fermentation. RESULTS : 1. During the fermentation, the pH of both sample A and B showed the highest values of 7.3 and 7.1, respectively, and then both decreased continually to the lowest value of 4.2 at the 30th day. 2.The salinity in the juice of sample A was higher than that of sample B in all the steps during fermentation, accompanied with a slight decrease of the salinity in both cases with time elapsed. 3. The free amino-type nitrogen content of sample A was nearly duplicated in the final step than in the initial one,while that of sample B showed no significant changes in all the processing period. 4. The free amino acids detected in the both samples were aspartic acid, threonine, serine, proline, glutamic acid, glycine, alanine, tyrosine, cysteine, valine, methinonine, isoleucine, leucine, phenylalanine,
-aminobutyrix acid(\ulcorner), ornithine, lysine, histidine and arginine. 5. The amounts of proline, arginine were the highest in all free amino acids during fermentation, and tasty components of radish Kimchi seemed to relate to glutamic acid, alanine, isoleucine, leucine, phenylalanine, more deliciousness of Kimchi A and B seemed to derive from amino acids of anchovy pickle sauce added to Kimci A, such as alanine, valine, phenylalanine, lysine.
Time-temperature relationships of mushroom and cheese omelet in airline catering operations
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 61~68
This study was conducted in a Korean airline catering operation where about 8, 000~10, 000 in flight meals per day were served. Time ad temperature observations were made in an actual airline catering operation to determine critical control points in mushroom and cheese omelet production, and to provide guidelines for the effective quality control programs of the airline catering operation. All data collection was replicated three times. Time and temperature data were collected by using standard instruments throughout the process sequence. Most phases of the food prodct flow were identified as critical control points. Holding phases of after cooking, and before and after reheating need a special attention, since foods were held at room temperature. Several guidelines were suggested for the effective quality control programs for the airline catering operation.
Studies on the effect of the garlic supplementation to diet on sarcoma 180 induced skin cancer in mice
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 69~78
The effects of the garlic preparation on the response of normal and cancer-stricken mice were studied. Food consumption of skin cancer-stricken group decrease more rapidly than that of normal group as cancer of skin develops, but here was no observable change in garlic groups. The rate of weight of increase was the highest in skin cancer-stricken group whereas that of garlic groups was reduced. The feed efficiency ratio was found to be very high in the normal group, whereas that in other goups after inculation of cancer cell was lower. The total protein content of serum was the highest in skin cancer-stricken group was observed to have more conspicuous tumor than other groups, the simultaneous administration of experimental diet and but inoculation of cancer cell produced more severe tumours. It appears that the garlic may exhibit the tendency to reduce the propagation of skin cancer of mice.
An analysis of foods used in the Royal parties during the latter half period of Yi Dynasty
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 79~100
This study was designed to establish Korean food culture by analyzing 17 sets of Jinyounuigue, Jinchanuigue, and Jinjarkuigue which were the records of royal party procedures in Yi dynasty, Analysis was made on royal parties in terms of table setting, kinds of dishes served, composition of foods, frequency of the food materials used, and food items changed over the period from 1719 to 1902, the latter half period of Yi dynasty. Foods used in those parties were classified into seven groups in this study; rice and noodoes, side dishes, Docks, desserts, fruits and nuts, beverages, and sauces. There were about 10 kinds of steamed rice and noodles including Mandoo and Byungtang, 140 different kinds of side dishes, 53 kinds of Kocks, 142 kinds of various desserts, especially Dasik and Korean cookies, 38 kinds of fruits and nuts, 10 kinds of beverages including Hwachae and Sujeongkwa, and 10 kinds of sauces such as soy sauce, mustard, honey, and etc. There was no tendency in omission or addition of food materials, but the number and heights of dishes were designated by the scale or character of the party. There were unique measuring units that were quite different from metric system. More than 30 different units were appeared in the differences. Most of them were used for typical items such as Sari for noodles only. However some were quite general and used until now. Mal and Dye were the units for volume, Kwan and Kuen for weight, and Chock and Chon for length.
Nutrition knowledge and food habits of housewives
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 101~108
The completely answered questionnaires were analyzed for the nutrition knowledge, food habits, value orientation, and the sources of nutrition information of housewives of 20's to 40's. The subjects had a high level of perceived knowledge, that is the knowledge that each subject believed she hadm but the accuracy of the knowledge was only 51.6%. The mean nutrition knowledge score was 6.63 out of possible 15 points, and food habit score was 5.31 out of 10 points. Most of the subjects belonged to "Good" to "Fair" food habit group, which is considered to be relatively good. With increasing age and decreasing level of education, the percent of perceived knowledge and accuracy, and nutricion knowledge score were getting lower. However, the food habit score was getting higher with increasing age. This suggests that food habit was dependent more upon the length of married life than the nutrition knowledge in housewives. The corelation between nutrition knowledge score and food habit score was low. The economic area was the most concerned area of the subjects, followed by health and social. The scores of utrition knowledge and food abits of the subjects who ranked the health the highest were not different from those of economic and social. TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines were the most important sources of nutrition information.
The effects of the residential variables on high school students' social personality
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 109~121
This is a study to grasp the correlation between high school students' social persenality and residential environment. THe samples were 197 boys and 200 girls who were attending the high schools located in Pusan. Social personality which contains family relations and social relations was measured by the standardized test of K.T.C. The path-analysis was used to make the causal relations of the collected data clear. RESULTS : 1. Feeling on the residential environment underwent the most potent influence by the floor space per person and social personality by feeling on the residential environment. 2. For the boy-students, the family relations andsocial relations was affected by the case of renthouse, the family relations by the case of noisy residence, and the social relations by the case of no-private room. 3. For the girl-students, the cases of higher stories and having private room made the family relations unharmonious, the cases of narrow floor space per person and the single house made the social relations troublesome, too.
Present and preferred design characteristics of major interior furnishings in the Gamsil apartment area of Gangdong-Ku -on the focus of sofa and tea table, curtain, and carpet-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 123~141
The purposes of this study were 1)to examine the present and the preferred design characteristics of major interior furnishings in the Gamsil apartment area of Gangdong-Ku and to investigate the relationship between those characteristics and residents' socioeconomic and their physical housing characteristics, 2) to determine the past and the future factor structures for attributes of the major furnishing, and , 3) to examine the change between the degree of the past and the future consideration on each of the attributes. The data for the study were collected using self-administered questionnaire. Households in Gamsil apartment area of Gangdong-Ku were the population. A proportional stratified systematic random sampling was employed. 480 questionnaires were distributed and 258 were collected. Among them, SAS package. The staticstics used were frequency, percentage, χ\sup 2\-test, factor analysis, and paired t-test.
A study on spontaneous imitation between siblings of preschool children in Free-situation
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 143~152
This study intends to investigate preschool-sibling's spontaneous imitation during their free-plays through the observation of 41 pairs of siblings aged from 1 to seven years. RESULTS : 1. Sibling's imitation showed in all subjects and had various distribution according to sibling's personalities. 2. Because of sibling's several facts. Their imitation showed differently. 1) Imitation appeared to decline to decline as children grew older. Imitation showed most frequently at the age of 2 years, and decreased after that. 2) Due to the effect of birth-order, the younger one showed his imitation approximately 4.3 times more than the elder one. 3) The effect of sex-composition seemed to coincide with the sex-typing hypothesis rather than the like-sex hypothesis. 4) Boy's imitation showed more frequently than girl's, but the difference was not so significant to be noticed. 3. In siblings, physical imitation was more frequent than verbal imitation, but it was reversed in peer's imitation. 4. The play-situation in which sibling's imitation showed mostly differed from that of Peer's imitation. That is, sibling's imitation appeared in solitary play but peers imitation did appear in associate play.
A comparative study of the rearing attitudes of parents and psychosociogenic aspects of their children's personalities between Korean and Japan
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 23, issue 4, 1985, Pages 153~167
This paper is aimed at comparing the attitudes of parents and the psycho-sociogenic aspects of the children of Korean and Japan. The data for the analysis were derived from questionnaires administered to the 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade children in Korean and Japan. The questionnaires were designed to survey children's perception of their parents'child-rearing and the psycho-sociogenic aspects of the children's personality in Korea and Japan. The child-parent relationships identified by the children were measured by the items indicating the degree and the extent to which they felt their parents' dissatisfaction, complaints, strictness, expectation, interference, worry, indulgence, blind obedience, contradiction and disagreement. The psycho-sociogenic aspects of the children's personalities were measured by the items indicating the degree and extent of how they felt about their own sociablility, independence, aggressiveness, extent of how they felt about their own sociability, independencem aggressiveness, participation in groups. Spontaneity, self-control and public spirit.