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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
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Volume 38, Issue 5 - May 2000
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Development and Evaluation of Remarriage Preparation Program
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 1~14
The purpose of this study is to develop and evaluate a remarriage preparation program. Based on the system theory, strong family perspective, care & justice perspectives, and empirical research in this field,4 session remarriage preparation program is developed. Target population of this program is persons who remarry and persons who marry with remarried partner This program is evaluated in terms of the level of remarriage preparation and level of changing attitude after education in terms of self-esteem, cognition & knowledge of parent behavior in the remarried family, object evaluation of their future remarriage life. Future research, theoretical and practical implications are added.
A Longitudinal Study of Causal Relationships between Delinquency and Self-Esteem among Adolescents
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 15~24
The purpose of the study was to explore the causal relationships between delinquency and self-esteem among adolescents. The subjects of this study were 497 adolescents attending middle schools in Pusan. The data was collected by longitudinal research design of 9 month interval In first, second wave, the participants completed the delinquency scale and the multidimensional self-esteem inventory that includes home self, peer-related self, teacher-related self, academic-general serif, physical appearance self, physical competence self, and personality self, respectively The major findings of this study were as follows: these causal relationships differed among subdimensions of self-esteem, 1)the causal relationship between delinquency and home self was bidirectional, 2)the causal relationship between delinquency and peer-related self, teacher-related self, academic-general self, and personality self was unidirectional, 3)the causal relationship between delinquency and physical appearance self, physical competence self was not statistically significant.
Store Attributes, Personal Characteristics and Situations on Store Choice: Independent Fashion Specialty Stores versus Franchised Chain Stores
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 25~41
This study examined the relationships of store preference with perceived store attributes and consumers' individual characteristics and the impacts of shopping situations on actual store choice. Data were obtained from an on-site questionnaire survey to a convenience sample of young consumers. A total of 456 responses was analyzed. Based on store preference and store choice, respondents were divided into four preference(or choice) groups of: Independent fashion specialty store; Independent general fashion store; Department store and Brand-franchised store. MANOVA, ANOVA and
analyses revealed that there were significant differences among 4 store preference groups on 3 store attribute factors(price, promotion, and merchandise & displays), fashion involvement, perceived financial risk and 5 demographic characteristics(age, gender, marital status, education and spending). Also, there were significant differences among 4 store choice groups on 3 shopping situations the respondents had experienced. Based on the results, the study provided a profile of each store preference group and marketing implications.
A Study on the Perception of Equity & the Decision-Making Styles: Application of Summated/Global Measure
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 41~54
While equity theory started as a theory focusing upon the relationship between employee and employer, over the years the theory has been expanded to various other types of relationships including marital relationships. The present research among 251 housewives examines the perception of equity and the decision-making styles from the perspective of equity theory. The perception of equity was measured by the revised TUW scales and the Walster's global measure. Also, decision-making styles was assessed by means of the 'final-say' scale In line with the predictions, the results clearly showed that the perception of equity was a strong predictor variable to the joint decision-making.
South and North Korean Living Cultures: Their Differences and Integration(V) - Social Adjustment Programs for People from North Korea after Free Transmigration -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 55~78
The purpose of this project was to provide social adjustment programs for North Korean residents who might migrate into South Korea when free transmigration is allowed in the process of reunification. This study was composed of three parts. First, present social adjustment programs for defectors from North Korea were reviewed. Second, South Koreans attitude toward social adjustment programs for migrated North Koreans in the future was identified based on empirical survey research. Third, the social adjustment programs for migrated North Koreans were discussed from results of the depth interviews which were carried out with 10 North Korean defectors. To support migrated North Koreans' social adjustment in South Korea, this study proposed the first stage village which would have characteristic of group home. Education programs to support social adjustment of migrated North Koreans were developed according to their social adjustment stages. In the middle stage of adjustment model, education programs on living culture in South Korea could be adopted. Education programs related to the various aspects of living culture including consumption, clothing, food, housing, family, child rearing, adolescent education were specified and discussed in detail.
A Research on the Preference of Men's Suit
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 79~90
The purpose of this research is to offer basic data for the study of men's suit by investigating the preference of design and form for men's suits. For data collection, a questionnaire was composed stymie of suits, form of lapel and vent of suits etc‥‥ The subjects of this research were male aged 20-59 and resided in Seoul and the capital region. The results of the research are summarized as the following: 1. Most men tend to prefer a set of suits rather than combination and formal style rather than casual or character style. And most of men like a little enough fittiness of suits. 2. Most men tend to prefer single-breasted jacket rather than double-breasted one. they also tend to prefer notched lapel and no vent jacket, especially men who work in sale, office and an independent enterprise. 3. Men who aged 20-40 tend to prefer classical pants, and one who aged 50 like wide pants. They also tend to prefer pants with pleats rather than one with darts. 4. Most men tend to prefer plain cloth rather than check, stripe pattem, and they tend to select blue and black color as their suits.
Marital Conflict Strategies as Personal and Situational Attributes:A Study of Korean Couples
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 91~106
Intergenerational Transmission of Parental Disciplinary Practices
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 107~120
The present study investigated the notion that supportive and harsh parenting might be transmitted across generations. Data for this study were collected from a sample of 421 two-parent families, each of which included a kindergartener. The analyses were conducted separately for the group of fathers and the group of mothers. Descriptive analysis, cronbach's
, correlations, and t-tests were used to examine research questions. The findings indicated that 1. There was a difference between fathers and mothers in relation to disciplinary experience in childhood. Mothers perceived their disciplinary experience in childhood more supportive than did fathers. 2. Parents'supportive disciplinary experience in childhood was negatively related to the overreactivity and verbosity of current parental disciplinary practices. 3. Parents'harsh disciplinary experience in childhood was positively related to ineffective parental disciplinary practices at present 4. Fathers who perceived their disciplinary experience in childhood as more supportive exhibited less overreactive and less verbose disciplinary practices while fathers who perceived their disciplinary experience in childhood as more harsh exhibited more overreactive disciplinary practices at present. 5. Mothers who perceived their disciplinary experience in childhood as more supportive exhibited less verbose disciplinary practices while mothers who perceived their disciplinary experience in childhood as more harsh exhibited more ineffective disciplinary practices(including more overreactivity) at present.
A Preliminary Study on the Development of Leisure Program for Middle-aged and Aged - Focused on the Leisure Program in the Public Community Facilities -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 121~136
The purpose of this study was to identify the factors affected on the leisure participation, leisure satisfaction and leisure erect of the middle-aged and the aged who were participated in the leisure programs of the public community facilities. The sample in this study consisted of 351 middle-aged and aged living in Seoul and Daegu. frequencies, means and multiple regressions were employed for the analysis. The resets of this study were as follows: The factors affected on the leisure participation were age, number of the family, residence, and tuition fee. The factors had erects on the leisure satisfaction were sex, pocket money, residence, and the access of the transportation. And, the factors affected on the leisure effect were educational attaintment, total household income, number of the family, leisure attitude, and the access of transportation. The findings suggest that the advertisement will be needed for more use of the leisure programs in the public community facilities. And the Public transportation service will help middle-aged and aged access the facilities and participate the leisure programs.
A Study on the Motive of Escape from the North Korea and the Life Situation of Female Fugitives in China - based on the Interview with North Korean Female Refugees in Yenben Province -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 137~152
North Korean fugitives is one of various nominations referring to the North Koreans who have secretly crossed the territorial border of their country. It is a new terminology that huts gained wider usage in our society as we entered the 1990s. North Koreans list various motives for escaping their county, such as food shortage and disillusionment of belief in the system. Most of the forced repatriation of North Korean escapees takes place in China. The purpose of this study examines the family knife of female fugitives from North Korea in order to provide pertinent alterntives which are needed to secure basic human right of the female fugitives and enable them to keep stability of their family lives and to adapt themselves into new socio-cultural circumstances in China. For this, the preliminary survey performed to examine the demographic characteristics on the female fugitives; to find out the incentives and channels of their escape out of North Korea; to investigate what types of family life and family relationship they manage in China; to grasp their problems and need of family life in adaptation into Chinese society. The specific questions for grasping the general characteristics of the female fugitives are composed of age, education level residential district in North Korea. In order to find out main causes and influential factors of their escape from North Korea, the following questions are included: what the most important incentives and motives are; the frequency of escape; and whether they discuss their escape with their family or not. The questions to find out their present actual life situations in China are about difficult things to adjust in China, family life, relationship with husband, and their conversational diction, the degree of their mastering the chinese language, the degree of their adaptation to chinese way of living, and so forth, which reveal to what extent they are adapted themselves to new cultural situation in China. This study collected the data through face-to-face personal interview from July to October, 1999 Yenben province along the China-North Korea border. Data from 202 female fugitives were used in final analysis. This study uses the SAS PC program for windows, Ver, 6.12 to analyze the data such as the distribution of frequency, percentage, mean and so on. The results from this analysis are follows; the most principal motive of North Korean women's escape to china is to eat to live because of famine. Concerning the year when the fugitives escape from North Korea, all of the interviewees haute escaped since 1990. After escape their continual contact with their family in North Korea, 81.7% of the respondent have not been in touch with their family. The main reasons for their not contacting with their family in North Korea are that it is not helpful although they contacts with their family. Female fugitives from North Korea have difficulties in life. They have rather stable relationship to their husband, but they have experienced difficulties in other aspects of family life. Their main difficulties are largely from their relationships to husbands'family members, and from the problems relate to their family in North Korea, and their children. Based on this study, further research has to present supportive policies that help North Korean female escapees live without being deprived and protect their human rights. And the development of practical program to help their efficient social adaptation has to be continued without stop together.
A Study on the Application of Swedish Group Home for the Elderly with Dementia in Korea
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 153~166
The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which Swedish group home for elderly people with dementia coed be applied to the situation in Korea. One hundred and ninety six Korean subjects, responsible for supporting a member of their family afflicted with such an illness in their own homes, comprised the sample population for this study. Data was collected using questionnaires. frequency distribution, mean, and chi-square tests were used to analyze the data. The results of this study indicated a great possibility for adapting these kinds of group home in Korea. The respondents showed positive opinions with the basic concepts and space plans of Swedish group homes excepts for some details, like the number of residents per room. The respondents felt that a group home for dementia with the fellowing features was desirable : smart scale, single-family detached house,3-4 rooms, a total of 6-8 residents, managed by non-profit organizations or the government at a monthly cost of 530,000-1,000,000 won. In order to develope these group homes for dementia people in Korea, political assistance, combined with economic support, are strongly needed. The successful establishment of a group home will contribute not only to the welfare of elderly people with dementia but to their families as well.
A Study on American University Students' Perception and Preference for Korean Kimchi
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 38, issue 5, 2000, Pages 167~177
The purposes of this study are to investigate American university students′responses to Kimchi and their preference on different kinds of Kimchi as indicated by a survey and sensory evaluation and to globalize Kimchi. About 400 Indiana University students in IN, USA participated in perception survey of Kimchi, which consisted of 64.8% of male and 35.2% of female.37.3% of all the participants knew what Kimchi was and 30.3% had eaten Kimchi before the survey. The students′responses to the 12 questions about Kimchi were measured on 5 point Likert scale. The item "Kimchi is nutritious and healthy" was totally received the highest point and "Kimchi is a good side with beer or wine" roamed the lowest. Furthermore, gender and the precious visitation to Korea laid an important part in the experiment. As the result of sensory evaluation, the American students preferred Kimchi that made out of soaking Baechu for 3 hours to 5 hours. When the Kimchi was fermented at room temperature(20~22
), the score decreased as the fermentation period was increased. However, the scores for the Kimchi preserved in the refrigeratior(5~1
) did not vary remarkably. And the most preferred Kimchi by the students was one-day old. The dishes using Kimchi as the main ingredient are lifted according to the students preference as follows : Kimchi Ramen, Kimchi Mandu, Kimchi Hamburger, and Kimchi Bokumbap, and so on.