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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 38, Issue 12 - Dec 2000
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Consumer's intergenerational purchase behaviors in clothing products
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 1~19
The purpose of this study was to examine the correlation between intergenerational Self-Monitoring and the purchase behaviors of clothing product, and the differences between the purchase behaviors of clothing product and demographic variables(mother's job, clothing expenditure for 3 monthes, income). For data analysis, Cronbach's
, Correlation, ANOVA(one-way), Duncan-test, frequency, percentage, mean were used. The results of this study were as follows: 1) In the female students of university, Self-Monitoring was found to be correlative with the status symbolism, fashionability, and the aesthetic in the outerwear. And Self-Monitoring in the female students of university was not found to be correlative with mothers'Self-Monitoring and the purchase behavior standard of mother'outerwear. In their mothers, Self-Monitoring was found to be correlative with the aesthetic in the purchase behavior standard of outerwear. And Self-Monitoring was found to be correlative with the status symbolism, fashionability, aesthetic, and economy in the outerwear. 2) Generally, it was found to be correlative among the status symbolism, fashionability, and aesthetic or between the practicality and economy in the purchase behavior standard of outerwear or an ordinary dress. On the other hand, it was found to be correlative between variables of the status symbolism, fashionability, and aesthetic and variables of the practicality and economy in outerwear or an ordinary dress. 3) Mother's job, clothing expenditure for 3 monthes, and income were proven to haute the significant differences in the purchase behavior standard partially.
The Effect of Acid Condiment and Cooking Condition on Aluminum Dissolution from Aluminum Cookware
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 21~26
Effect of aluminum dissolution from aluminum sauce pans with the kind and concentration of acidity, boiling times and temperature of acidity solution, in new and old sauce pans, and aluminum content in typical food was investigated. As acetic acid concentration increases, aluminum content has increased. But malic acid and citric acid have suddenly increased until acidity concentration would be 0.4%. After that rapidly increasing is not shown. As boiling time and temperature of acidity solution increases, concentration of aluminum dissolved from aluminum sauce pan has increased. Concentration of aluminum by repeated use has increased only a slightly. But aluminum content has dissolved in large quantities from new pan rather than old pan.
Fast Food Consumption Patterns -Focused on College Students in Taegu.Kyungbuk-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 27~40
The purpose of this study was to determine the consumption patterns of fast food chain stores according to their parents'social demographic factors in using fast food chain stores. The data of this research were composed of 599 college students in Taegu
Kyungbuk region. Obtained data were analyzed by X
-test, t-test, oneway ANOVA and Duncan's multiple range test with SPSS PC+ program. The findings of this study are as follows; First, mother's academic background and father's occupations, family income level of the respondents were statistically significant in using fast food chain stores. Secondly, 19% of the respondents answered that they 'hardly'used fast food chain stoles, 65.4% of them 'sometimes', and 16% of them 'frequently'. Most of the respondents answered that they visit 'with their friends'. They prefer fast food because the flood is convenient to eat and the services are fast. The frequency of eating out was increased and their taste was apt to westernize.
Adolescent Runaway: The Impact of Family, Individual Factors and Coping Behavior
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 41~56
This study focused on the effects of family, individual characteristics of adolescents and coping behaviors on adolescent runaway. The major findings were as follows: 1. Adolescent who had higher level of family violence, lower level of communication with parent, family cohesion and adaptability, and resource adequacy perception reported higher scores in runaway. 2. Adolescents who had higher level of emotional distress, lower level of self-esteem and self-control tended to have higher scores in runaway. 3. There was a significant difference in adolescent runaway according to coping behavior styles. 4. Maladaptive coping behaviors were significantly associated with the runaway adolescent group. 5. Adaptive coping behaviors were not associated with both runaways and non-runaways group. 6. Communication with father had a direct effect on adolescent runaway and also indirect effects through emotional stress and maladaptive coping behavior. 7. Maladaptive coping behaviors had a direct effect on adolescent runaway but adaptive coping behavior had no effect. 8. Emotional stress had an indirect effect through maladaptive coping behavior on adolescent runaway. 9. Communication with father had a direct effect and an indirect effect through self-esteem of adolescents on the adaptive coping behavior. 10. Family adaptability had a direct effect on the adaptive coping behavior.
Generative Fathering on Erikson's Perspective and its Relationship with Attachment Security of Children
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 57~64
This study is applied to the Erikson's concept of generative fathering that meets the needs of the next generation and investigated the relationship between generative fathering and the attachment security. Sixty-five of 30-36 months old children (37 boys and 28 girls) and their parents participated in this study. Fathers completed the questionnaire of parental generativity, which include items on their support of physical development, social-emotional development and intellectual development. Children's attachment was reported by mothers using the Attachment Q-set. Results revealed that father's parental generativity was noted as 3.09 in 1 to 5 child rearing activities. But the results showed that there was a significant difference in child's sex and child's birth order. Also, it was found that children's secure attachnent to their fathers was not high. There was an association between fathering generativity and children's secure attachment. This findings imply that father's active child rearing participation will increase children's secure attachment.
Determinants of the Household Use of Different Types of Debt
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 65~77
This study investigated the effect of socio-demographic variables and the ownership of asset and the other types of debts on the use of a specific type of household debt. Household debts were categorized into six types according to borrowing sources: debts from banks, other financial institutes, employers, private sources, Gye, and retailers. The 1996 Korean Household Panel Study were analyzed using logistic model. It was found that socio-demographic factors influenced differently on the probabilities of debt holdings according to the types of debt. There were interrelationships among the ownerships of a specific type of debt and other types of debt and asset.
Consumer Credit Use and Credit Problems in Korea
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 79~89
The purpose of this study was to investigate the consumer credit use in Korea at the macro and micro level. For this purpose, various published data from the Korean Bank and other institutions were analyzed. The data showed that the total amount of consumer credit use has been rapidly increased although it decreased a little bit after the 1977 economic crisis, for a while. The influencers of consumer credit use were also investigated. Finally, implications for consumer credit use in the future were suggested.
An Exploratory Study of Household Inheritance Based on Ethnographic Approach
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 91~107
The purpose of this study is to understand the familial and economic problems(household-financial management) came out as a result of inheritance in household with a qualitative Ethnographic interview analysis method. As a result of interview, we found out three results; first, inheritance consciousness, attitude of predecessor(parents generation) second, the changes in familial economic relationship by inheritance stages (pre-inheritance stage, inheritance progressing stage, post-inheritance stage) third, the emotional changes of predecessor(paraents generation). The results indicated that there were significant importance and influence of household inheritance, therefore, the necessities of definite and systemic old-aged plan with financial management of inheritance should be introduced.
A Mother's Influence on Her Children Regrading Environmental Preservation
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 109~122
The purpose of this study is to find a mother's influence on her children regarding environmental preservation. The questions of this study are how a mother's background variables influence on their own behaviors, how the children's background variables influences on their own behaviors, how a mother's background variables influence on their children behaviors. This is used self-writing questionaires the 538 subjects are 4th, 5th and 6th grade children and their mothers living in Kwangiu, in June, 1998. The data are analyzed by Frequency, Percentage, Mean, Pearson's correlation, Regression analysis, Path analysis, Coronbach'
coefficent, and Factor analysis. These are the major resets of this study. 1) In case of mothers, the background variables for them to be influenced the environmental presentation behaviors show the frequency of contact for environmental information, average income, family cohesions, the level of communication, egoistic orientation, and age. 2) In Children, the background variables which are influenced on their environmental presentation behaviors represent the frequency of contact for environmental information, family cohesion, biospheric orientation, and the grade level of children. This is, the children who have the more chance of environmental information contact, the higher family cohesion, the higher biospheric orientation, and the lower grade level show the more environmental preservation behaviors. 3) The children who grow seeing their mothers'environmental behaviors such as sorted disposal, recycle behavior, and purchasing behaviors also show the more same behaviors.
Relationships between Quality of Life and the Parental Disciplinary Practices
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 123~138
The purpose of this study was to explore to what extent mothers and fathers differ in their disciplinary practices and to examine the relationships between quality of life and the parental disciplinary practices. The subjects of this study consisted of 220 parents(220 mothers and 220 fathers) of 5-6 years of children in Pusan. Descriptive analysis, correlation analysis, t-tests were used for data description and analysis. The major results were as follows: 1. There was a positive relationship between perceived quality of life by fathers and perceived quality of life by mothers. 2. There was a difference between fathers and mothers in relation to perceived quality of life. Fathers perceived their quality of life more highly than did mothers. 3. There were positive relations between parental educational level, household income and quality of life. 4. There were differences between fathers and mothers in relation to disciplinary practices. Fathers exhibited more effective disciplinary practices(including less overreactiveness and less verbosity) than did mothers. 5. There were no relations between parental educational level and disciplinary practices, but household income was only related to maternal disciplinary practices. 6. There were positive relations between quality of life and disciplinary practices. The higher parents perceived their quality of life, the more parents exhibited effective parental disciplinary practices.
Analysis of Consumer Information on Electronic Commerce -In the Internet Shopping Mall-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 139~153
The purpose of this study is to prove asymmetric Consumer Information on Electronic Commerce. For this purpose, 93 internet shopping-malls was analyzed into three contents of consumer information. Major findings are as follows : First, the overall level of consumer information contents through purchase process was very low. The reason is that most electronic consumers were dissatisfied with consumer information provided by internet shoppingmall. Second, consumer information of purchase-stage was insufficient for electronic consumer. Especially most shoppingmalls did not provide Use-information and comparing information. This implies electronic consumer can't meet their consumer information needs, so they cannot make rational decision. Third, consumers were faced with asymmetric Consumer Information problem on electronic commerce. So consumer education for electronic commerce is needed.
A Study on The Elderly Women's Lower Body Types and Basic Skirt Pattern Adjustments
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 155~166
The purpose of this study was to provide the basic information about the elderly women's lower body type and anthropometric data by direct and indirect measurements, and to provide well fitting skirt patterns of each body types. Direct and indirect measurements were taken from 202 women, whose ages were between 60 and 79. Using statistical analysis, the lower body shapes of elderly women were classified into four following categories - \circled1 thin type, \circled2 typical type, \circled3 corpulence type and \circled4 corpulence but forward inclining type. Methods of modifying basic skirt patterns for each body types were suggested.
Information Society and the Family : Focused on the Change of the Family Life
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 167~183
We are been overconcerned about the economic changes in the information society. But there is clear viewpoint that we should consider the social or familial changes in conjunction with the emergence of an 'information society'. Additionally, the introduction of new technologies, for example internet, WWW and their network community increase the change to family and family member's life. Thus, this paper is prepared to examine how the information process is presented in our family life. The whole paper has three sections. The first chapter introduce the author's topic and related viewpoints, and the second explored many aspects linked family life in information society. Finally the third chapter explained about the studied results like the information gap according th sex and age, the familism and the concept of child as reward/cost in the informationalized group.
A possibility of Application of American Cohousing Concepts for the Development of Apartment Housing in Korea
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 2, 2000, Pages 185~202
The purpose of this study was to examine the possibility of application of American cohousing concepts for the development of apartment housing in Korea. The fieldwork included two American cohousing communities of 37 households, extensive interviews, questionnaire, and evaluation of site planning and development process. This paper looked at the real and potential benefits of cohousing in respect of land-use efficiency, resource usage, and the quality of social relationship within the residents. The paper suggests that the abstract notion of a sense of community and concrete issues of housing form are inseparably connected. The paper goes on to suggest that the educational program and the support from the government also are needed for the development of sustainable community.