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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 24, Issue 4 - Dec 1986
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Sep 1986
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Jun 1986
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Mar 1986
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A study on the clothing pressure - Focusing the Men's Waist -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 1~7
There is hardly any helpful data from the studies on the clothing pressure of men, because most studies about the clothing pressure have been attempted to analyze the case of women. This study, therefore, was done about the men's waist which was most highly pressured of the body. RESULTS: 1. The pressure from the waist when the man puts on summer wears was as follow ; the case when standing, the pressure from the abdomen was 28.99±14.37g/㎠, and the one from the side 34.14±14.79g/㎠, the case when sitting on the chair, the pressure from the abdomen was 31.27±15.59g/㎠, and the one from the side was 33.39±13.23g/㎠. 2. The pressure from the abdomen was increased in proportion to the Rohrer index. 3. The clothing pressure given the waist was lower in case of the men with digestive disorder than the ordinary ones.
Studies on the relic Po and Fabrics of the Moon Su Temple
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 9~15
It is studied that the typical garments of Korea Dynasty, especially focused on half-sleeved Saeng jo Po and conspicuous kinds of fabrics,. Characteristics of this Po are doubled collar, pleats, half-sleeved, a partial lining sewed in the back of an unlined coat, a breast-tie, and so on. It is that a girdle of Po had been used from the early Korea Dynasty, contrary to the general theory that a girdle of Po was the special characteristic of early Korea Dynasty in the garments history of Korea. It is that the species, it is that there are may characteristic way of patterns in the Korea Dynasty, such as turtle patterns, cloud patterns, swastika patterns. etc.
Influences of the crusade on Medieval costumes - Focusing on the period from the lith through the middle of 15th centuries -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 17~26
War has been a reason for the culture of one conservative country to make contact with the culture of another country. The Crusade, among other wars, caused cultural exchange between the orient and the occident and had a great influence on the western costume. This paper has made an attempt to find out the influence of the Crusade with respect to the cultural exchange between the orient and the Occident and to study the influence which the Crusade has had on the western costume. The Crusade was the war in which the European Christians tried to retake the Holy Land, Jerusalem, from the Islamites through the 11th century to the 13th century. As a result of this war,the autyority of the Pope was weakned, the nobles were ruined and royal authority was consolidated. Due to the contact with the Orient, trade had become active, cityes had developed and the middle class of rich merchant had grown. Gothic architecture also appeared in the Occident at this time due to the religious influence of the Crusade. Turban type headdress and the brink decoration of clothes had been very popular under the influence of the Orient. Embroidery and applique had developed and silk fabrics which had been imported from the Orient had made the costumes more fabrics which had been imported from the Orient had made the costumes more gorgeous and luxurious. Many accessories were imported from the Orient. The Oriental culture contributed to the use of rich and bright colorsm, various ornaments and splendid textiles of the western costume. Owing to the influence of war itself, many costumes had been newly made in order to adapt to the hot desert climates of the Orient. Blazon decorations, uniforms and armour had also developed.
A study on woman's coat -From world war 1 to 1960's -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 28~41
In the history of costume, coat can be traced up to ancient Persia but it was generalized as today's style around 14th an d15th century in Euro[pe. World wars, revolutions and rapid social changes of the last 80 years have produced more changes in the way people dress than any comparable period in history. Thewse changes enabled emergence of more modernized woman's garments and through it, dress and coat ensemble became public's main fashion. In 1920's after world war I, boyish style in woman's garment was in vogue. Woman's coat was also in the same style with length sortened up to the knee level and silhoutte was straighter and semi-fitted than previous period. Length of the coat was longer in late 1930's but shortened again in 1940's. And the most popular silhouette of both 30's and 40's was shape of the hourglass which was commonly called the "X-shape". Also double=breasted coat with fitted waistline, belt and flare skirt was in vogue. In 1950's and 60's, with the variety of lines in woman's garments, silhouette of the coat also appeared in many different forms. Along with the various shapes, color of the coat changed throughout the decades : dark colors in 20's, bright colors in 30's, mixed colors of 20's and 30's in 40's and in 50's, color had changed to archromatic. In fabric, wool was most popular in all periods. However, such gabrics as tweed, cotton, gaberdine, linen were added to give variety. It is very interesting to see collars trimmed with expensive furs were very popular in 20's and 30's but it almost disappeared in 40's and fur trimming reappeared in late 50's. In addtion to silhouette changes in design, details such as buttons, epaulettes, pockets and fur trimming of hemline were emphasizing points of varieties in design. This study has set time limits world war I which was the period coat became major fashion of woman's clothing, to 1960's.
Studies on antioxidative action of Garlic components isolated from garlic - Part 1. Effects of garlic components on electron donating ability and inhibitory effect of lipoperoxide formation
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 43~51
In order to study antioxidative acton of garlic, alliin, scordinin, garlic oil, ethanol fraction and non-kaolin fraction which have been discovered from garlic until now were extracted and isolated, and each fraction was utilized as the experimental materials. Antioxidative action of each fraction was compared through the in vitro and in vivo experiments. Electron donatingability on
yl, the inhibitory effect of lipoperoxide formation by TBA and peroxide value were measured and analyzed. RESULTS : 1. When observed antioxidative ability by EDA value, ethanol fraction of garlic components showed the strongest reaction as 15.25. 2. In vitro experiment with TBA value, garlic oil, alliin and ethanol fracton showed distinctive effect on inhibitory effect of lipoperoxide formation. 3. Comparing with the inhibitory effect of lipoperoxide formation with TBA value in vivo, the ethanol fraction was the most effective in the blood or liver by intraperitoneal administration, whereas the ethanol fraction in the blood and non-kaolin fraction in the liver was most effective each other by orally administration. 4. In vitro experiment with peroxide value, garlic oil was distinctive effect on the inhivitory effect of lipoperoxide formation, which was a similar to the trend of TBA value in vitro. 5. Examining the induction time for the first period of lipoperoxide formation in vitro, garlix oil, ethanol fraction and alliin were effective, which was a similar to the trend of TBA value and peroxide value in vitro.
Studies on antioxidative action of garlic components isolated from garlic Part II: Effects of garlic components on peroxidase and superoxide dismutase activity
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 53~58
In order to study the antioxidative action of the effectient garlic components, peroxidase and superoxide dismutase activity were compared through the in vitro and in vivo experiments. RESULTS : 1. Observing the effects on peroxidase activity of efficient components in vitro, garlic oil, alliin and ethanol fraction showed effective, which was similar to the trend of TBA value, peroxide value and induction time for the first period of lipoperoxide formation in vitro. 2. In vivo experiment with peroxidase activity, the ethanol fraction and garlic oil were effective when intraperitoneally administered as well as orally administered. 3. Considering the superoxide disutase activity in vitro, the garlic oil, alliin and ethanol fraction were effective in efficient components. But non-kaolin fraction inhibited the activity on the contrary. 4. In terms of the efefcts on superoxide dismutase activity in vivo, alliin and garlic oil wee effective in intraperitoneal adminstraton and the ethanol fraction and alliin in oral administration.
A research on the characteristics of Job's tears oil
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 59~64
The contents of proximate components of the polished adn unpolished Job's tears, Coix agrestis, were determined. And also the phisical and the chemical properties of fatty acids composition and the oxidative rancidity of the crude oil extracted from Job's tears were examined. RESULTS : 1.The contnets of moisture, total ash, crude protein, crude fat, and carbohydrate in Job's tears were shown to be about 9.2%, 2.1~5.0%, 19.5~20.8%, 3.7~7.2%, 60.7~67.0%. 2. The average values of specific gravity, refractive index iodine value, saponification value, acid value of the crude oil extracted from Job's tears were 0.917~0.920, 1.47574, 107~111, 198~199, 1.3~2.0, respectively. 3. The fatty acids composition in the crude Job's tears oil showed oleic acid 48.97~49.97%, linoleic acid 37.33~36.16%, palmitic acid 13.70~13.87%. 4. Generally, the peroxide values and thiobarbituric acid values of the Job's tears oils and control during 40 storage days at 40±1℃ showed very low increase. After 32 days, the peroxide values and TBA values of soybean oil showed higher than those of the Job's tears oils. Conclusively, the Job's tears oils were shown to be more stable than the soybean oil.
A survey on netritive value of general hospital diet and appetite of hospitalized patients in Pusan city
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 65~74
To study the nutritional value of general hospital diet, the author surveyed in 5 hospitals which are located in Pusan. Thd information on appetite and dietary habits was taken from the questionnaire results of 166 patients and 185 non patients. The survey of nutritional value was conducted on 104 males and 61 females hospitalized patients, taking three consecutive days in each hospital. RESULTS : 1. The average nutritive value of general diet per patient per patient per day served in hospitals was 2446.601
57.31 kcal, 100.23
8.18g protein, 42.35
6.46g fat, 413.35
31.46g carbohydrate. 2. The average percentage of diet consumed by patients per day was 69.7
4.5%. 3. The average nutrient intake by patients per day was 2025.94
6.38g protein, 31.71
6.80g fat, 356.20
26.40g carbohydrate. 4. The meals were taken more regularly by patient group than by non patient group. 5. The psychological appetite was lower in patient group. 6. The patients thought hospital diet as reliable and were willing to take diets well in order to get well as soon as possible.
Resident's consiousness and evaluation toward apartment interior space
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 75~93
This research is to understand the residents' responses and evaluation about their apartment interior environment and thereby to be used as the basix data for designing residential space environment of new apartment complex in Sanggae area. The specific obectives of research were 1) to examine the residents' vale and life style concerning several specific rooms, 2) to find out residents' evaluation on physical characteristics, and 3) to understand residents' preference and demand for characteristics of interior space. Research method used was personal interview using a structured questionnaire. Residents living in 13, 15, 18, 22, 25 pyung in three selected large apartment complex areas provided dada : 777 questionnalires were used for analysis. Data were analyzed using the SPSS computer package. The statistics used were frequency, percentage, mean, F-test, χ\sup 2\-test, Duncan's multiple range test, Pearson's correlation coefficient.
A Study on Standardization of Elderly Housing - Focuses on Conciousness of Living Arrangement for Elderly and Needs towards Elderly Housing-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 95~113
The purpose of this study was to estimate the future demands of elderly housing and to give the basic data for elderly housing. The specific objectives were: 1) to investigate the conciousness of living arragement for elderly; 2) to dientify the needs towards private and group space, entertainment facilities, support facilities, and management methodes. For the objective 1, questionnaires were administered to322 male adults selected from relatively high econoic level in Seoul. For the objective 2, questionnares were interviewed to 30 male adults who lived with their spouses only, selected from 322 respondents. Data from respondents were analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, and
A study on the consumer dissatisfaction in urban housewives
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 114~127
Comsumer dissatisfaction is a concept which provides fundamental couse for consumerism movement. The purpose of this study are as follows; 1. To investigate the tendency of the housewive's consumer dissatisfaction. 2. To find out the determinants of the consumer dissatisfaction. The major results of empirical study are; 1) The ousewive's are dissatisfied with their consumption lives. 2) There is significant difference in sunsumer dissatisfaction according to the demographic variables such as housewive's age, education. 3) There is significant difference I consumer dissatisfaction according to sociopsychological variables such as disconfirmation, consumer attitude toward business, consumer experience. 4. Consumer dissatisfaction is influenced by disconfirmation, attitude toward business, consumer experience.
The analysis of the child's preference for one parent and its factors
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 129~138
The purpose of this study is to investigate the child's preference attitude for one parent and to analyze the difference in the four variables(sex, age, birth order and maternal employment) and the factors influencing it. To meet this purpose, three kinds of questionnaire for child (school-age/late adolescence) and his parents were used. The data were obtained through 136 pairs(parents and child) and analyzed by chisquare test and Guttman's lambda. The results of this test are summerized as follows. 1. The majority of children prefer mother to father and especially adolescent daughters prefer mother more than sons. 2. The majority of parents answered that their child would prefer mother to father and the correlation coefficient between mother's answer and fathers is .53. But child's actual preference is no related with parent's awareness of being preferred. 3. The majority of parent's answer were consistent with child's preference but the correlation coefficients are very low from the analysis of factors influencing the child's preference. Therefore parents and child must have more communication, concern and expression of love for mutual consistence.
Social and affective dimensions in home economics
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 24, issue 1, 1986, Pages 139~149