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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 38, Issue 12 - Dec 2000
Volume 38, Issue 11 - Nov 2000
Volume 38, Issue 10 - Oct 2000
Volume 38, Issue 9 - Sep 2000
Volume 38, Issue 8 - Aug 2000
Volume 38, Issue 7 - Jul 2000
Volume 38, Issue 6 - Jun 2000
Volume 38, Issue 5 - May 2000
Volume 38, Issue 4 - Apr 2000
Volume 38, Issue 3 - Mar 2000
Volume 38, Issue 2 - Feb 2000
Volume 38, Issue 1 - Jan 2000
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An Analysis of the Effect of the Objective Debt Burden Variables on the Subjective Debt Burden for Setting the Guidelines for Household Debt Management
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 1~12
The purposes of the study were to investigate the effects of the debt burden which was measured objectively, the types of debts and socio-economic characteristics on the subjective debt burden of households. The questionaires for 457 households who hold some debts were analyzed using t-test, ANOVA and Duncan’s multiple range teat. The major finding are summarized as follows: (1) the objective debt burdens which were measured by three variables, that is monthly debt repayment, the ratio of debt repayment to household income and total debt amount, affected the subjective debt burden. The households in which the monthly debt repayment was over 200 thousand won, the debt repayment was over 20% of the household income and the total debt amount was over 15 minion won felt higher debt burden. (2) the types of debts, which were classified into four groups such as debts from financial institutes, debts from private sources, credit card debts and debt from retailers, influenced differently the subjective debt burden. Holding debts from financial institutes and debts from private sources increased the subjective debt burden whereas holding credit card debts and debt from retailers did not. (3) the level of subjective debt burden were different according to household income, change in income due to IMF crisis, financial assets, home ownership, residence, householder’s age, job and educational levee. Based on the results, criterion for household’s debt management were suggested.
A Study on Spirits in Korean Traditional Costume - Focused on the 'Po'
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 13~30
The purpose of this thesis is to find out the spiritual cloture inherent in outward elements of Korean traditional costume. For this purpose, the ‘Po(袍)’of the Chosun Period is decided as an object of this study. ‘Po’, which has been one of basic elements of traditional costume from ancient times, contributes to complete the attire and shows the courtesy most apparently. In addition, ‘Po’profoundly contains the spiritual culture of our own because it symbolizes the social status system and customs of the days. The spiritual culture incorporated in the traditional Po of Korea is examined by the study of the thought of Yin and Yang, and Five Elements, Taoism, Han(韓) and the aesthetic characteristics of Korea.
The Expectation and the Performance on the housework Socialization of Rural Homemakers
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 31~42
The purpose of this study was to describe the general degree of expectation and performance of the housework socialization of rural homemakers, to investigate their relationships to demographic variables and to investigate the influence of the performance of housework socialization in relation to the expectation of it. The results of this study were as follows: 1. Rural homemakers’housework socialization score is the upper medium range. 2. The performance of housework socialization was somewhat affected by variables such as the education of homemakers, types of farm, years of residence in rural area, yearly income and employment of homemakers. 3. The expectation of housework socialization was significantly affected by variables such as the education of homemakers, types of farm and yearly income. 4. The expectation of housework socialization was significantly different depending on the utilization of grouped, the utilization of commodities and the utilization of household equipment, as subdomains of the performance on the housework socialization.
A Study on the Apartment Management Expenses in the District of Pusan
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 43~62
The aim of this study was to analyze the apartment management expenses in the district of Pusan. The results of this study were as follows. 1. Haeundae Gu DB apartment showed the highest APT management expenses. 2. Kumjung Gu KSJK APT showed the Lowest management expenses. 3. The number of household and the period of construction didn’t have significant influences on the management expenses. 4. The method of heating system and the method of management had significant influences over the management expenses.
A Study on the Information Disclosure of Financial services Using Content Analsysis
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 63~75
To identify the actual situation of financial information disclosure, a content analysis was performed on pamphlets of a time deposit and a new reserve trust offered by banks and other financial institutes. Although consumers required information on interest rate, tax favor, loan service, protection of brink depositors and bank security to select a financial service account, informations offered on pamphlets are not sufficient. Therefore concrete way of information offer system shoed be developed. In offering interest rate, interest rate after tax deduction or payment at maturity should be also mentioned. Information on tax favor, protection of bank depositors and bank security should be contained in pamphlets as well. Use of easy terms and notes are recommended for developing pamphlets for financial products.
Long-Distance Mothers' Foster Care Types, Separation Anxiety, and Guilt in Foster Care
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 77~88
The purpose of this study was to find out the characteristics of foster care of long-distance parents who meet their children on weekend and to examine the relationships among the separation anxiety and maternal guilt in foster care. The subject consisted of 138 employed mothers who are living separately with their children. The instruments used for this study were the Separation Anxiety Scale(Cho & Park,1992), the Maternal Guilt Scale(Kim & Kang, 1997), the Parental Satisfaction Scale(Hyun & Cho,1994), and the Parental Stress Scale(Park,1994). The main results of this study were as followings: 1. Mothers had a tend to rely on family members expecially grandparents for foster care of their children. They usually have visited to meet their children weekend and made a phone call once a day. Parental satisfaction in foster care was reported to be moderately high level. 2. The subject’s separation anxiety was found to be high, and it was strong positive relationships to maternal guilt feeling in foster care. The results of this study have implications for both formal and informal support systems of employed mothers with children. The findings of this study may used as basis for understanding long-distance parents’problems in foster care, developing support programs, and public policy for employed mothers.
A Study on the Direction of the Environmental Movement for the improvement of Welfare
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 89~104
The purpose of this study is to grope the direction of the environmental movement for the improvement of welfare. The deterioration of environment which was resulted from the development of material civilization due to the industrialization made people newly recognize the importance of environment. The quality of the future life depends on the solution of the environmental problems. The family-centered environmental movement as a new cultural movement in the daily life should be revitalized for the purpose of improving welfare. This study investigated the several views on the environmental problems in the neighboring disciplines of home economics. And on the basis of the results of the study, the direction of environmental movement to be developed in home economics was represented. This study represented the directions of the environmental movement as a new cultural movement in the daily life as follows: alternative life-style, that is, pro-environmental life-style-oriented direction; community-oriented direction such as cooperative association movement in daily life; the politicalization of the environmental problems, that is, the endeavor to reflect the election promise on the environment in the vote, etc. The content of the environmental movement shoed be treated of in environmental education, consumer education, family-life education, school education, and life-long education.
The Wearing Satisfaction and Comfort-Related Properties of Highschool Girls' Summer Uniforms and The Fabrics
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 105~114
The purpose of this study was to investigate the wearing satisfaction of highschool girls’summer uniforms, and to evaluate the comfort-related properties of fabrics used in the uniforms. The subjects were 441 female high school students attending three different schools in Chongju city. The data was collected using self-administered questionnaires to measure the wearing satisfaction of summer school uniforms. Factor analysis, t-test, and F-test were used for data analysis. The heat and moisture transfer properties and air permeable properties of their fabrics were evaluated to measure as comfort-related properties. 1. Most students were wearing blouses made of polyester/rayon blended fabrics and skirts made of 50% wool and 50% polyester blended fabrics. 2. Clothing care and management, and appearance of summer school uniform were assessed positively, while style and design, and the level of comfort were assessed negatively. 3. The subfactors of wearing satisfaction varied according to school, style and design, and fabrics of high school girls’summer uniforms. 4. PET fabrics were rated as having a lower value of thermal retention and a higher value of air permeability than other blouse fabrics. 5. There were not differences significantly in thermal properties according to skirt materials.
Analysis on Relative Effectiveness of Demographic and Psychological Variables on Employed Wives' Job-and Family-Related Stress
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 115~126
This study investigated the relationship of demographic and psychological variables with job and family-related stress among 293 employed wives. We found that age, job types, working in weekend, and family cohesion significantly contributed to the explanation of job-related stress. We also found that job types, working in weekend, family adaptation, family cohesion, and employment motivation significantly contributed to explaining the variation of family-related stress. Job-related stress was more explained by demographic variables than psychological ones, whereas family-related stress was more explained by psychological variables than demographic ones. Practical implications of the current findings were discussed.
Fabric Dyeing Using Anthocyan Pigment from Grape Skin
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 127~135
The natural dyestuff, grape skin dye was manufactured from grape skin by boiling in 0.1% HCI solution, eliminating the sugar and powdering in freeze dryer. Cotton, wool, silk and nylon fabrics were dyed under several conditions using the manufactured grape skin dye to investigate the dyeability and color fastness. Dyeing was operated in acidic dyebath of pH 4 because the grape skin is anionic. The color of dyed fabrics were affected on temperature of dyeing solution. Under 80
, the color of dyed fabrics were red or violet, but changed to brown in laundering. Above 100
, the color were brown and safe in laundering. Dyeabilities on wool, silk, and nylon fabrics were good, especially silk fabrics were dyed deeper than others. Dyeability was developed with concenturation of dyeing solution. All the dyed fabrics were excellent in color fastness to crocking and laundering. Light fastness was low to moderate. The light fastness of dyed nylon fabrics were as poor as grade 1, but they could be improved to grade 3∼4 by aftertreatment with gallic acid.
A Study on the Modern Adaptation of Traditional Thatched Roof House -Special Reference to Interior Elements of Restaurants and Cafes-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 137~149
The Purpose of this study was to investigate actual condition about the modem adaptation of interior elements(floor, wall, ceiling, door & window) in traditional thatched roof house. The examined objects were interior space of 36 restaurants and cafes in Seoul and Kyung-Ki Do area. 1. Floor: Jang-pan was mostly alternated with linoleum which huts Jang-pan pattem. Wumul-maru was adapted from the original and Jang-maru was alternated with wood or linolium which has western state Jang-maru pattern. Mud was adapted from the original or alternated with slate stone or rough finish cement. 2. Wall: Rice proper was alternated with rice paper book witch has chinese character, paper for parcels or modem wall paper. Plaster-white paint or white handy coat. Mud-mud color paint or bamboo stick witch located in the mud wall orginal. Log-half cut log. Wooden board-without cross bar or irregular form. 3. Ceiling: Yondung-Chongang was mostly adapted from the original and Banja-Chonjang was alternated with rice paper book which has Chinese character or modem wall paper. 4. Door and Window: Ttisal-mun and Panjang-mun were adapted from the original. Wan and A’character door and window were simplified character itself.
Video Usage in Early Childhood Programs
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 151~164
This study was carried out to analyze video usage in early childhood programs. Two-hundred-ninety-four teachers in half-day and all-day early childhood programs responded to a questionnaire developed by a researcher. Descriptive analysis and chi-square tests were used to answer research questions. The findings were as follows: ① 78% of the programs had at least one video equipment and half of the programs had a video equipment in each classroom. ② Video usage in early childhood programs were differed by leacher’s age, career level, educational level, and type of early childhood programs as well as type of class management.
The Design Characteristics of homelike Elderly Housing Facilities
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 165~179
Korean population patters has become so called aged society by this July through the aged composed over 7% in whole population. It is worldly concern how can increase elderly people’s life satisfaction by providing homelike elderly housing facilities. The purpose of this study was to investigate the meaning of home, how to express the homelike characteristics into physical design and identify their housing satisfaction. The results were discussed and design ideas were suggested.
Early School Adjustment of Institutionalized Children Depending on Their perceived Cause of Entering Institution
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 11, 2000, Pages 181~191
This study investigated early school adjustment of institutionalized children. Subjects were 118 primary school children in 15 child-welfare facilities in Seoul(56 first and 62 second grade children; 66 boys and 52 girls). Data were analyzed with t-test, ANOVA, and Duncan test. Measures of school adjustment included relationships with leachers, relationships with peers, attitudes on school atmosphere, and observance of school regulation. Results showed that institutionalized children had the highest scores in relationships with teachers, but lowest scores in relationships with peers. Institutionalized children who perceived economic problem as the cause of entering institution showed lower adjustment scores in relationships with peers. There was no significant difference in school adjustment depending on sex, but a significant difference in altitudes on school atmosphere depending on grade.