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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 37, Issue 12 - Dec 1999
Volume 37, Issue 11 - Nov 1999
Volume 37, Issue 10 - Oct 1999
Volume 37, Issue 9 - Sep 1999
Volume 37, Issue 8 - Aug 1999
Volume 37, Issue 7 - Jul 1999
Volume 37, Issue 6 - Jun 1999
Volume 37, Issue 4 - Apr 1999
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Economic Distress of Households and Consumption Behavior
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 1~14
The purpose of this study has to investigate the economic distress and consumption behavior changes of urban households. Data for this study were collected from 519 households who have resided in seoul area. The results showed that the income distress was higher than the employment distress. The variavles that influenced on income distress were mainly economic variables, while in the employment distress, social-demo variables were. According to the resets that investigated the changes of consumption behaviors with respect to the dimensions of behavioral consumption, the quantity and price directive consumption changed greatly. Finally socio-economic variables were affecting on consumption behavior through the economic distress directly and indirectly
Family System Types and The Separation-Individuation Procedures Recognized Middle School Students
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 15~28
This research was carried out to examine the family system types and the separation-individuation procedures, which seriously affect the mental development of middle school students. The research analysed the rate of separation-individuation in each family system types, as well. The resets of this study are as follows: 1. The midrange family was 61.1% among the four family system types, recognized by the middle school students. 2. Most of the middle school students were suffering from the separation-individuation procedures. And the most afflicted hardship was the dependency denial, which was followed by the reject expectancy and self-centeredness. 3. The girl students were more deeply affected by the family system types than boyhood. Therefore girl students were much more intimate with family and made very stagnant progress on the separation-individuation procedures .
An Exploratory Program on the Enrichment of Marital Intimacy
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 29~42
The purpose of this study was to develop the new marital intimacy enrichment program. Some family counselors(or therapists) and 3 couples'interviewees helped to design this program. This program intended to increase couples to understand one's personality, feeling, and behavior each other. For the purpose of it, two psychological theories and two family therapy theories were provided for the base of this program. This program is consisted of 6 sessions that are Sharing, Real Understanding of Our Personalities 1, Understanding of Our Personalities H, Understanding of Our family of Origins and Habits, Understanding of Our Recent Life, and Understanding of Our Feelings, aiming for increasing couple's cognitive, affective, and sexual intimacy.
A Study on the Attachment Style and Marital Adjustment
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 43~54
This study was designed 1) to explore the adult attachment factors, 2) to investigated the individual attachment styles and combined attachment patterns for 362 wives and husbands,3) and to know the effects of the relation to marital adjustment. The inventories were KAAQ(Korean Adult Attachment Questionnare), KMAQ(Korean Marital Adjustment Questionnare), and the Socio-demographic questionnaires. The data analysis methods were frequencies, percentiles, Cronbach'
, Factor Analysis, and F-test. The resets were as follows; 1. 3 factors were found in adult attachment. 2. 3 styles of adult attachment(secure, anxious/ambicalent, avoidant) were found. Secure style was most frequent. Also for 9 combined attachment patters, secure pattern was found the most frequent one. 3. Marital adjustment was highest with secure attachment style, anxious/ambivalent was next , and avoidant was the lowest. About combined attachment patterns, a pair of secure style showed the highest marital adjustment, and a pair of avoidant was the lowest.
Consumer Problems and Consumer Education Plan in Informationized Society(I) The recognition of consumer problems and related variables in infromationized society
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 55~72
The purpose of this study is to identify the levels of informationized life of individual, consumers knowledge and attitudes to informationized society, and the recognition of consumer problems in informationized society, and to investigate the related variables. Data were collected from 693.consumers living in Seoul using the constructed questionnaires by the authors. Frequency, Percentage and Multiple Regression Analysis were applied for the analysis. The level of informationized life of consumers was lower than the mid-point of the scale, the level of the consumers knowledge about informationized society was sightly higher than mid-point of the scale, and the consumer attitudes to informationized society appeared to be positive. The level of the recognition of consumer problems in informationized society was higher than the mid-point of the scale,and was influenced by job, age of consumers, and the level of consumers knowledge about informationized society.
College Students Dating Violence and Coping Behavior
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 73~90
The purpose of this study was to find the general trends of college students'dating violence and coping behavior, to examine the difference among dating violence and coping behavior according to individual variables and relational variables, and to analyze the effects of these variables influencing coping behavior. The major findings were as follow; First, 99.1% of respondents reported that they had experienced violence at least once. The score of violence offense and violence victimization was lower than median. But male students' sexual violence was significantly higher than females'. Second, total score of coping behavior was lower than median. The score of female students positive coping was significantly higher than males, and that of mate students' avoidance coping was significantly higher than females. Third, the violence style varied with sex, altitude toward violence, anti-communication, and conflict. etc. Fourth, the positive coping behavior varied with victim response and victimization of physical violence. etc. The avoidance coping behavior varied with sex, age, grade, sex-role attitude, and partner's sexual violence. etc. ruth, the positive coping behavior was influenced by sex, partner's psychological violence, conflict, anti-communication. etc. The avoidance coping behavior was influenced by sex and grade.
A Study on the Financial Management Behavior and Financial Satisfaction of Husbands and Wives
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 91~102
The purpose of this study was to examine the factors affecting financial management behavior and financial satisfaction of husbands and wives. The data were collected from 212 couples living in Pusan and Kyungnam region by the self-administered questionnaire. The major findings of this study were as follows: (1) the communication frequency of husbands and wives was an important factor affecting financial management behavior and financial satisfaction for them; (2) financial management behavior was an important variable affecting financial satisfaction for husbands and wives; and (3) financial satisfaction of husbands and wives were affected by monthly saying. From these findings, it is suggested that the financial management program focusing on the ways to increase communication among family members and to implement financial management effectively should be developed.
A Study on Teacher and Peer Relationships and Child development in Kindergarten and Childcare Center
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 103~116
The purpose of this study was to explore leacher and peer relationships and child development in two types of early childhood program; halfway kindergarten and full-day childcare. The subjects were 90 four and half year old children and their teachers enrolled in 10 kindergartens and 20 childcare centers in Seoul. Each teacher evaluated her children with six scales developed by NICHD Early Child Care Research Network(1996); child-leacher relationship, peer relationship, social competence, adaptive language, behavior characteristics, and behavior problems. The data were analyzed by ANOVA. The results of this study were as follows: First, the girls in both programs had closer relationship with their teachers than the boys. The boys in the daycare were less dependent than those of kinder; on the other hand, the girls in the daycare were more dependent than those of kinder. Second, there was no significant difference in peer relationship between the children in both centers. Third, the girls of both centers scored higher than the boys in social competence. Fourth, in the child's adaptive language, both boys and girls were well developed, but girls were higher than boys, especially in kinder Fifth, the children in both centers behaved attentively in the groups, but in particular, the girths were more attentive. Finally, most of children were received low scores in the behavior problem scale
A Study on the Consumption Expenditure and Patterns of Urban Households
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 8, 1999, Pages 117~132
This study analyzed how not only socio-economic variables but also lifestyle variables affect the expenditure and the patterns of households. The result of multiple regression analysis resealed that economic variables(e.g, income, saving, property) and lifestyle variable(e.g, enjoyment and convenience seeking type) affected the consumption expenditure. Based on the result of cluster analysis, The consumption expenditure patterns of urban households were separated as 1)necessity dominant pattern, 2)transportation
communication dominant patters, 3)other consumption dominant pattern, 4)education
culture and recreation dominant pattern. The result of logistic analysis revealed that debt, saying and living location variables were major factors to determine the consumption expenditure patterns of urban households. But did not Influence on the Consumption Expenditure Patterns.