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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 33, Issue 6 - Dec 1995
Volume 33, Issue 5 - Oct 1995
Volume 33, Issue 4 - Aug 1995
Volume 33, Issue 3 - Jun 1995
Volume 33, Issue 2 - Apr 1995
Volume 33, Issue 1 - Feb 1995
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Perception of Family Security and Satisfaction of Family Life : By the type of Self-Support of Newly Married Household
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 1~18
The purpose of the study was to examine the type of self supporting economically, and the relation with the type of self-supporting, perception of family financial security and satisfaction of family life. The data was collected from newly married housewives and major findings are as follow: 1. The type of self-support was about 50% of subjectives, the housewives of this type relatively older, higher income, and they are lower in intimacy with husband's family, perception of financial security and satisfaction of family life. 2. The type of support was 30% of them, they are relatively older, higher educated, and higher income level. They are medium in intimacy with husband's family, and satisfaction of family life, but they percept financial security very highly 3. The type of dependence was relatively younger, very high educated. they are closed with husband's family, satisfied with family life, but not in perception of financial security.
Statistical Problems Caused by Sample Censoring and Their Solutions -Focused on the application to consumer research-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 19~27
This paper discusses the bias that results from using nonrandomly selectd samples of consumer research. A two stage system (maximum likelihood probit analysis and ordinary least square analysis) is a solution to sample selection bias. Empirical results show that correcting for sample selection bias improves the validity of consumer research results.
Consumer Satisfaction and Complaint with medical Services : -In ulsan city-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 29~41
This research paper investigates the overall level of the consumer's satisfaction and complaint with medical services, relationships of them and the relationships of socio-demographic variables to them. Data were collected from 523 clients in Ulsan city. Results show that socio-demographic variables appear to have a little predictive power and consumer satisfaction variables are related to private consumer complaint.
Environmental Attitudes of Korean College Students
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 43~56
This study focused on examining the relationship between the components of the environmental attitudes and intentions among Korean college students, and identifying the important factors in determining the behaviors for protecting the environment based on the framework of Fishbein and Ajzen's theory of reasoned action. This study suggests that the formation of an intention for environmental protection is the consequences resulting from both an individual belief and a social pressure. Another finding from this study is that behavioral beliefs with high valuable evaluations of the outcomes can directly produce a high intention for environmental protection independent from the mediation of positive attitude. Socio-demographic variables had no significant influence on the environmental attitudes and intentions among korean college students.
Effects of Family Type on the Extent and Determinants of Fathers' Child Care Time
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 57~71
The Influence of Adolescent- perceived Family adaptability on Adolescent adjustment
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 73~87
The purpose of this study was to identify the infuence of adolescent-perceived family adaptability on adolescent adjustment. The 443 subjects were selected randomly from the second grade of middle and high schools in the city of Taegu. The instruments of measurement were FACESIII, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory. Depression Scale, and Self-Esteem Scale. Factor analysis, Cronbach's α, MANOVA, and Scheff'e test were conducted for the data analysis. The major findings of this study were as follows: There differences in adolescents' adjustment by their perception of family adaptability levels. Namely, adolescents who perceived family adaptability to be low level- i.e. rigid family- felt anxiety and depression more, and adolescents who perceived family adaptability to be higher lever- i.e very flexible family-had higher self-esteem than other levels of adaptability.
Identifying gifted and their mother's child rearing attitude and practices
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 89~101
Parents were considered as crucial to the promotion of giftedness, because of the family's mediating role. The relations between children's cognitive development and social adjustment were supposed in the prediction of the development of high-level abilities in gifted children, as well as parent-child interaction. Forty four gifted children and 42 ordinary children were responded to K-ABC and social competence tests. Results were found that gifted children who scored high in cognitive abilites were less likely social adjustment. The mothers of gilfted children more often stimulated and broadened their children's experiences. Responsive parenting seems to have a more profound effect on potential high achievers than of average ability.
A study on the peer acceptance of children and related variables
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 103~112
The purpose of this study was to examine the peer acceptance of children as a function of children's behavioral traits, mother- and father- child attachment and family-related variables. The sample was consisted of 224 5th grade children from elementary school in Kwang-ju. Data were gathered through questionnaires of peer acceptance, behavioral assessment, mother- and father-child attachment, and family- related variable. The results show that the children's behavioral traits, mother-child attachment, and the sibling's being has the significant differences on the peer acceptance of children. Among these variables, prosocial behavior was the most significnat variable.
A Study on the Children's Adjustment in the Single-Mother
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 113~127
The purpose of this study was to examine the children's adjustment according to the their problems and problem solving pattern in single mother. The data of this study were abtained from 186 children of single-mother. For analysis of data, Factor analysis, t-test, One-way ANOVA, pearson's correlation, Multiple regression were used The results are as follows; 1. The children's problem are composed seven factors that are house life, emotion, school life, peer-relationships, academic achievement, finicial, future life. The family structural variables to have relationship with the children's problem are age, sex, father's absence reason, SES, mother postering attitude. 2. The mean value of children's problem solving pattern such as seeking religion support and passive appraisal was highest. The children's problem solving pattern were affected by mother's fostering attitude. 3. The inadequacy among children in single-mother was related to mother fostering attitude after father's loss, children's problem and children's problem solving pattern that emphasizes the interdependence of each element in this children's adjustment network.
A Stduy on the Relationship between Social Network of Relationships and Children's Self-Perceived Competence
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 129~141
Relatively few studies have compared the characteristics of different kinds of relationships in children's social network and children's Self-Perceived Competence. In this study 180 fifth and sixth grade children completed Furman's Network of Relationships Inventory (NRI) and Harter's Self-Perception Profile For Children (SPPC) NRI assessed 11 qualities of their relationships with mother, father, siblings, relatives, friend and teacher. The data were analyzed by Frequencies. Percentiles, t-test, and Pearson's correlation. Major findings were as follows: 1. Statistically there were no sex differences in Self-Perceived Competence. 2. Boys got significantly higher scores than girls in Punishment from father and teacher Admiration Reliable Alliance from relatives among the Social Network of Relationships. 3. 1)Significant positive correlations between social Network of Relationships and Self-Perceived Competence for children were Followings-- Behavioral Conduct and Affection with father, Scholastic Competence Behavioral Conduct and Reliable Alliance with father, Social Acceptance Behavioral conduct Global Self-Worth and Reliable Aliance with mother, Global Self-Worth and Satisfaction with mother, physical Appearance and Companionship·Satisfection·Affection with teacher, Social Acceptance and Reliable Alliance with siblings, physical Appearance and Satisfaction·Reliabel Alliance with siblings, Behavioral Conduct and Instrumental Aid·Satisfaction·Affection·Reliable Alliance with siblings, Global Self- Worth and Satisfaction·Affection·Reliable Alliance with siblings. 2) Significant negative correlations between Social Network of Relationships and Self- perceived Competence for children were followings-- Global Self-Worth and Conflict with father, Scholastic Competence·Social Acceptance·Behavioral Conduct·Global Self-Worth and Confict with siblings. Global Self-Worth and Pumishmen from siblings
Comparison of flavor in Sesame Oil Prepared with Korean and Chinese sesame
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 143~150
This study was carried out in order to compare flavor of sesame oils prepared with Korean and Chinese sesame. There were no significant differences in the fatty acid composition, sesamin and tocopherol content of Korean and Chinese sesame oils. The color of Korean sesame oil was darker than that of Chinese sesame oil. It seemed that of Chinese sesame oil by analysis of aroma characteristics. Sensory evaluation showed that the acceptability of Korean sesame oil was higher than that of Chinese sesame oil in ordor test, whereas there were no significant differences between the acceptability of Korean sesame oil that of Chinese sesame oil in seasoned cucumber test.
A Survey on Management of the Foodservice Industry in Seoul following the Size of Feeding Group
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 151~157
This is a study on types of foodservice system, the menu, role of the Dietitian, management of the facilities and utensil through the survey conducted at 105 enterprises located in Seoul industrial foodservices which were evenly divided into three groups ; large size of feeding group, medium size of feeding group, small size of feeding group. The sresults are below, 1. Most institutional foodservice was enterprise under direct management. 2. Selective menu was set for the large size of feeding group than small size of feeding group. At budget making, personal management and purchansing management, the dietition role was not important in the large size of feeding group than in the small size of feeding group. 3. Equipped rate of facilities and utensil were greater volume for the large size of feeding group.
Care Labeling Compliance
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 159~166
The purpose of the present study is to investigate how closely care labels comply with the 1984 version of the Care Labeling Rule, as well as the change in degree of compliance prior to and after the 1988 IFI care label campaign. Label information was analyzed on the basis of country of origin. The information was also divided into two sets. The basis for dividing the data into two sets was the beginning of the IFI care label campaign in 1988 The data were obtained from 1147 checklists. The information for 1147 samples in six clothing categories were collected from department, specialty, and discount stores. Chi-square analyses were conducted to test hypotheses. While there was no significant difference in the number of incorrect labels on domestically produced garments compared to imported garments in set 1, there was a significant difference in set 2. Also, there was a significnat differnece in the number of incorrect labels between in set 1 and in set 2.
A Study on Coordination Image of Korean city woman's Face Color (5YR 7/3) and Clothes Colors
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 168~180
The purpose of present study was to examine how each clothes colors on the basis of 5YR 7/3 face color affect clothes colors images as follows : (1) what general consciousness of clothes colors in, (2) how the impression of the harmony of 5YR 7/3 face color and clothes colors is, (3) when we divide clothes colors according to the property of colors- chromatic color and achromatic color, cool color.neutral color.warm color, in tone, in color colume- if there is the difference of visual evaluation, (4) image analysis of 45 clothes colors with the view of each kind of adjectives. The result of this study is as the following: 1. As a result of the analysis of general consciousness on clothes colors, when subjects chose clothes, they most considered colors and they also considered their face colors. They would choose the color of clothes, which were becoming to their having clothes colors or their face colors when they bought clothes. 2. The impressions of coordination of 5YR 7/3 face color and clothes colors consisted of three dimensions - evaluation, activity and harmony. 3. It was known that as a result of the analysis of visual evalutional differences according to dividing the clothes colors by property of colors, there were such notable differences that they might effect the coordination images of face color and clothes colors differently. 4. After arranging 45 clothes colors on the graphs in 17 adjectives, gethering them thogether in each dimension and as the result of the analysis in the evaluation dimension, estimation of yellow, light green column were low and that of achromatic colors were high. That is, it was known that the evalution dimension was concerned with hue of the color properties. In activity dimension, there were different image according to each adjectives. That is, it was known that the evalution dimension was concerned with hue of the color properties. In activity dimension, there were different image according to each adjectives. That is, it was known that the activity demension was concerned with value and chroma of the color properties. In harmony dimension, achromatic columm was high and yellow, green yellow, vivid green columm were low in harmony. That is, it was known that the harmony demension was concerned with hue of the color properties.
Evaluation on the Effectiveness of Graduation Exhibition -A Survey of the Working Designers-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 181~186
This study is to analyse whether the senior students' experience of graduation exhibitions would be of any practical use when they are employed by fashion industry. To address this theme, a survey is carried out for 73 fashion designers who participated into the exhibitions. Survey results show the graduation exhibitions are worth Not because skills learned from the experiences are applicable to the industrial practice, but because they provide them self-confidence of finishing four year programs successfully. They responded that graduation exhibitions are most effecive when they requires to utilize knowledges and skills acquired from all across the major subjects.
The Demand for Kitchen Furniture According to Socioeconomic Classes in Seoul
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 33, issue 2, 1995, Pages 187~195
The objectives of this study were 1) to find the value and stress for the house work in the kitchen, 2) to predict the demand for the kichen furniture according to socioeconomic classes of Seoul residents. Questionnaires were administered to 1940 homemakers in Seoul The major findings were as follows : There were significant differences in demand for kitchen furniture according to socioeconomic slasses. The upper-lower class residents preferred a higher cost furniture of U shaped work center The middle - middle class residents wanted the free standing type furniture of L shaped or kitchenette type. The middle-lower class residents preferred a lower cost furniture of U shaped or kitchenette type.