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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 25, Issue 4 - Dec 1987
Volume 25, Issue 3 - Sep 1987
Volume 25, Issue 2 - Jun 1987
Volume 25, Issue 1 - Mar 1987
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An Experimental Study on the Brazil-Wood Dyestuff(I)
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 1~13
In this study, I have tested the effects of the agents and dyeing conditions on the Brazil-wood dyestuff as one plant dyestuffs. According to the tests, I have fount that color differenciation depending opon the agents and procedual condtitions. As the agents, Alm induced redness and light yellowness by Aluminum Acetate, dark greenness or blueness by Ferrous chloride, dark redness by Stannous Chloride, dark grenness or blueness by Copperous Chloride, light yellowness or greenness by Calcium Dihydroxide. On the other hand, color-fastness differed from various mordant agents. The color-fastnes was solid using multiple agents than sole agent.
A Study on the Basic Bodice Pattern for the Fatty Body -The subject of middle-aged women-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 15~26
The purpose of this study was to develop the pattern drafting method which would be suitable to their physical characteristics for the fatty body of 40∼55 aged Korean women who are more than 1.5 Rohrer's Index and 90㎝ bust girth. The study was composed as follows; 1. Body measurement and statistical analysis: One hundred and thirty women were measured on 29 items. Thirty-four items including 29 measured items and 5 calcutated items were analyzed statistically. 1) Mean, standard deviation, variance, maximum, minimum, range were computed. 2) Correlation coefficients between each items were computed. 2. Development of new bodice pattern drafting method: Measurement items necessary to draft new bodice pattern were bust girth, center back waist length, shoulder width, back width, chest and neck base girth. The new pattern was examined through three wearing tests for completion. 3. Evaluation of the new pattern drafting method: The new pattern was objectively evaluated by the sensory test. The sensory evaluation was applied to evaluate the new pattern for the fatty body women by comparint it with the conventional patterns. The results of sensory tests of the new pattern are as follows: 1) The composite reliability coefficient is 0.7698, and the reliability of sensory test shows high. 2) According to a statistical analysis of the result of the 23 items on the questionaire, all the items showed significant differences(α 0.01) between the two, with the new pattern having higher scores. The new pattern is better conventional pattern as the average mark of the former is 3.901 but that of latter is 2.926. The new pattern drafting method proved to be superior to the conventional one especially in the fitness at the center front neck point, shoulder point, side line, armscye depth, position of bust point, chest width line, under arm dart and the shoulder line.
A Study of the Basic Slacks Pattern for the Fatty Body -The subject of middle-aged women-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 27~36
The purpose of this study was to develop a slacks pattern drafting method for the fatty women of 40∼55 aged Korean women who are more than 1.5 Rohrer's index on the basis of their physical characteristics. The study was composed as follows; 1. Body measurement and statistical analysis: One hundred and thirty women between the ages of 40∼55 over 1.5 Rohrer's index were measured on 21 items. Mean, standard deviation, variance, maximum, minimum, range were computed. 2. 4 types of conventional slacks pattern were collected. The most accepted conventional slacks pattern was decided through wearing test. The new pattern was based onthe most accepted conventional pattern, and developed through wearing tests. 3. Evaluation of the new pattern drafting method: The sensory evaluation was applied to evaluate the new pattern by comparing is with the most accepted conventional pattern. According to the statistical analysis of the result of the 12 items, all the items showed significant differences (α 0.01) between the two, with the new pattern having higher scores.
A Study on the Effects of Self-Actualization and Some Socio-Demographic Variables on Clothing Interest
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 37~47
A Study on the Nutritional Status of Lunch Box of Elementary School Students in Kyungnam Area
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 49~61
The main purpose of these studies was the improvemen of nutritional supply and of the future physical coditions. The two groups which were regional difference were chosen and research for the nutritional status of elementary school students. The nutritional status of lunch-box between one elementary School of 98 students in the 6th year grade(hence-forward it was called "A-Group"), located at the center of Masan City, being provided the milk and the other elementary School of 134 students in the 6th year grade(hence-forward it was called "B-Group"), located in the small farm and fishing villages of Kusan-myun, Euichang-kun, Kyungnam province, were seweyed from the period of Nov. 20, 1986 to Dec. 4, 1986 and conclusion were as follows: 1. Nutritional status of lunch-box 1) It is indicated that in the case of A-Group, the nutirtional intake except animal protein and vitamin A were lower than the Recommended Daily Allowances of Korenas and in the case B-Group, was also lower than except vitamin A respectively and especially in both groups, the percentage of Fe was lowest and intended difference between A Group and B was that B-Group in the intake of calorie, fat, Ca, Fe and etc were lower than A-Group. 2) The total calorie-intake was short of the extent to approx. 83.8% as compared to the RDA. On the viewpoint at ratio of intake of caloric nutrients, A-Group appeared to be 69.5 : 16.5 : 14 and B-Group, 77.5 : 19.5 : 13 in order carbohydrate, protein and fat. As a result of the above ratio, B-Group depended upon carbohydrate as a staple food more than A-Group. It can be considered that the total calorie-intake is short, and that the amount of lunch-box was greatly insufficient for taking optimal nutrition. 3) Calorie, carbohydrate, vitamin B, and niacin were taken nutrition from a staple food and protein from at similar ratio of staple and subsidiary food and fat, Fe, vitamin A, vitamin B1, adn vitamin C were mainly taken from a staple food. It was indicated that B-Group was higher at the supply-ratio by a staple food than A-Group. 3. The realities of improvement of physical conditions The improvement of physical conditions of the two groups were lower in accordance with Korea Children's Growth Standard, but B-Group was inferior to A-Group. 4. Seeing that the total intake of nutrition being taken at lunch time was lower as campared to the RDA intakes between the two Groups were remakably different, a lot of efforts should be made to improve the calorie-intake for the purpose of the farm and fishing villages. For balanced intake of nutrition, selection of foods and various cooking ways are important, therefore, throughout the expansion of the lowest stratum of elementary schools for milk-supply, high-quality protein, fat, Ca, vitamin B2 and etc should be supplied to the growing students. That can narrow the gaps of the intake of nutrition and physical condition between the students who live in cities and the students who live in the country.
Standardization of Measurements for Korean Kitchen Work Centers and Cabinets for Future Design Criteria(IV) -Classification of Life Style Related to Kitchen Space in Contemporary Korea: as a Basis for Desirable Kitchen Type-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 63~82
This is the forth consecutive study on the 'Standardization of Measurement for Korean Kitchen Work Centers and Cabinets for Future Design Criteria'. The purpose of the present research was (1) to classify homemakers' representative like styles related to the kitchen, (2) to examine homemakers' present concerns on the kitchen space, and (3) to investigate homemakers' desire and preference on the kitchen space. Twenty two hundred homemakers of upper and middle class residing in Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Incheon, Gwangju and Daejeon were selected for the survey and 1,843 among them were used for data analysis. Data were selected for the survey and 1,843 among them were used for data analysis. Data were analyzed using the SAS program package. The statistics used were frequency, percentage, mean, factor analysis, F-test, Duncan's multiple range test, X2-test, cluster analysis. Findings from the research as follows: (1) Four factors were found as indicaters of the life style; values on the household work, desire on social function of the kitchen, degree on cooperation of family members on the household work, and convenient management. It was noticeable that homemakers had positive responses in terms of desire on social function of the kitchen and degree on cooperation of family members on the household work. Homemakers' life styles related to the kitchen space were classified into 6 categories. (2) Relatively a few respondents answered that the kitchens were very well furnished. If, however, the economic conditions become better, substantial number of them wanted to invest for better kitchen following the one for living room. (3) It was found that most respondents preferred the arrangement of space, where dining and kitchen in one space, and a hard wall or soft treatment was between living and dining/kitchen area. (4) Many respondents desired pantry, utility and laundry area be near the kitchen or in the same space with it, thereby forming a utility core in a housing space.
A Study on Terms and Functions of Lifespace in Korean Vernacular Houses
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 83~94
The floor plan of the folk houses in Korean-Middle area was "-" type, "ㄱ" type and "double " type. The common terms of lifespaces were Anbang(안방), Wootbang(웃방), Cunnunbang(건넌방), Taechung(대청), Maru(마루), Buoak(부엌), Chungji(정지), Sarangbang(사랑방), Bongdang(봉당). 1) Anbang was basically a master room and was a family room. The function of another presented in Anbang was a space of the dying hour, the mourning decorums, and the memorial services. 2) Wootbang, Cunnunbang was terms that coming from the space position. Such spaces were the private rooms of children. 3) Sarangbang was basically the space of a reception of guests. 4) Buoak, Chungji were cooking and working space. Primarily, Buoak was the terms meaned Bootumk(부뚜막) in Chosun dynasty. 5) Maru, Tachung were terms of presented from side of construction. Specially, it was the chief space in family in Summer. 6) Bongdang was a terms of space that mean working areas, entry hall etc.working areas, entry hall etc.
A Study on Value Orientations and Transmissions between Parents and College-aged Children
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 25, issue 3, 1987, Pages 95~106
The purpose of this study is to investigate educational and occupational value orientations and transmissions between parents and college-aged children. The specific objectives are as follows; 1. To investigate parents and children's value orientations. 2. To estimate value congruence and transmissions between parents and children. 3. To find out the effects of three kinds of variables (demographic, family life, and expectation) on children's value orientations. To study the generational congruences and transmissions, four kinds of questionnarie and matched samples of mother-daughter and father-son were used. The data were obtained through 110 pairs and analyzed by t-test, Pearson's correlation, and multiple regression. The resluts are summerized as follows; 1. Significant value differences are found between parents group and children group. 2. Mother-daughter congruences are more than father-son congruences, but the correlation coefficients are low. 3. The variables selectively influence on children's value orientations.