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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 39, Issue 12 - Dec 2001
Volume 39, Issue 11 - Nov 2001
Volume 39, Issue 10 - Oct 2001
Volume 39, Issue 9 - Sep 2001
Volume 39, Issue 8 - Aug 2001
Volume 39, Issue 7 - Jul 2001
Volume 39, Issue 6 - Jun 2001
Volume 39, Issue 5 - May 2001
Volume 39, Issue 4 - Apr 2001
Volume 39, Issue 3 - Mar 2001
Volume 39, Issue 2 - Feb 2001
Volume 39, Issue 1 - Jan 2001
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Comparative Analysis of Traditional Korean Costume Hanbok Worn in the Early and Late 20th Century
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 1~18
Korea huts been dramatically changed during the last century in many aspect of society, with the introduction of western culture in the beginning of 20th century. This study aims at understanding the changes in our traditional culture shown by costume as well as examining the aspects of the changes of traditional clothing according to age, by comparing the differences of our traditional dress Hanbok between ear1y and the late of the 20th century. Analysis of photographs showing Hanbok of both ages was used. 155 photographs of people wearing traditional Hanbok in the beginning of the 20th century were collected from the photo collection books portraying various living conditions of common people at that time. 748 Photographs of Hanbok worm today were obtained by taking pictures of various occasions like wedding ceremonies in 5 big cities during 1997. The process of analysis consists of 3 stages: setting standards, sorting, and grouping by positioning. The results showed that traditional Hanbok room in the early 20th century has maintained its basic silhouette and design during the century, but the methods of color coordination, ornamentation, construction have underdone many changes in detail. Consequently, traditional frame exits, but actually there are many variations of tradition produced by individual tastes and fashion trend. These changes show that continuing influx of the western culture which has made enormous social changes in Korea had an influence even on Hanbok.
The Explanation of Children's Competencies with Mother's Deparession and Children's perception of Parents' Behavior
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 19~33
The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of mothers'depression and children's perception of parents' behavior on children's competencies. The subjects were 729 mothers and their children with grade 5 and 6 in the five elementary schools located in T city. Data were analysed by frequency, percentile, mean, standard deviation, one-way ANOVA, scheff test and regression analysis. The levels of mothers' depression were found to be statistically different according to the parents'educational level, fathers' occupation, and the average monthly house income. The degree of children's positive perception of parents' behavior was different according to the parents'educational level and average monthly house income. And the degree of children's competencies was different according to mother's age, parents'educational level, father's occupation and average monthly house income. Mother's depression affected children's perception of their parents' behavior, suggesting that the lower the degree of mother's depression is, the more positively children tend to perceive parents' behavior. The most important factor that affected the whole areas of children's competencies was the children's positive perception of their mothers'behavior, and the next important factor was mothers' depression.
Teacher's Use of Video in Early Childhood Programs
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 35~47
The purposes of this article were to examine teacher's guidance over video utility and to investigate problems for video use in the classroom. Two-hundred-ninety-four teachers in half-day and all-day early childhood programs participated in this study. Descriptive analysis and chi-square tests were used. Results resealed that teacher's guidance before, during, and after video viewing was not carried out enough for the effectiveness of video teaming. The major problem for using a video in early childhood programs was insufficient video materials. These data were interpreted with respect to teachers'training practices and government policy.
Comparison Studies between Conventional Hot Water and Cellulase Extraction for Safflower Dyestuff
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 49~59
Natural red and yellow dyestuff was extracted from safflower (Carthamus tinctorius Linnaeus) by a new process of cellulase extraction compared with the conventional hot water extraction. Dyestuffs were extracted from safflower easily and repeatedly by means of cellulose as safflower cell wall destroyer. It means that new dyestuff extraction by cellulase improves not only yields of dyestuff from safflower successfully but also the rate of repetition of extraction. From the above experiments, the conclusions of this study were summarized as follows. 1. The optimum conditions of dyestuff extraction from safflower by general extraction method were that the solvent was the water of pH 6.0 on yellow dyestuff and 3%
solution on red dyestuff, extraction temperature was
, and extraction time was 30 min. 2. Among various cellulase, the NOVO cellulase was the best cell wall destroyer of safflower and finally produced the largest amount of dyestuff from safflower by cellulase extraction method. 3. The optimum conditions of dyestuff extraction by cellulase extraction method were conducted on 10 unit of cellulase per gram of safflower at
water of pH 5.0 at
for 30 min.
Ecological Support System for Promoting Youth Culture in a New Millenium Age Adolescents′ leisure Culture and Degree of Leisure Satisfaction
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 61~78
The purpose of this study was not only to identify adolescents' leisure culture, but most importantly, reseal variables that world improve the degree of leisure satisfaction. A total of 1125 questionnaires were used as for the final data analysis. The study revealed the following results. 1. Adolescents spent leisure expenses, from ten thousand won to thirty thousand won a month on the average, and they mostly preferred computer-related leisure activities. Also, they were found to obtain leisure information from their friends and recognize social obstacles to prohibit leisure activities. Adolescents degree of leisure satisfaction was relatively not very high. 2. Significant differences were partly found in adolescents' leisure cloture according to variables related to individual, school and family. Also, Adolescents showed significant differences according to gender, study load and communication with their mother 3. Adolescents had greater leisure satisfaction when they had much money to spend on leisure, enjoyed sports activities, and recognized leisure obstacles lowly.
Institutionalized Children′s Behavior Problems Depending on Their Family Networks
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 79~89
This study investigated institutionalized children's behavior problems depending on their family networks. Subjects were 250 institutionalized children in 15 child-welfare facilities in Seoul(132 preschooler, 55 first and 63 second grade children; 144 boys and 106 girls). Data were analyzed with t-test, ANOVA, and Duncan test. Measures of behavior problems included internalizing (anxiety, immaturity, withdrawal, physical symptom) and externalizing behavior problems (hyperactivity, aggression). Results showed that institutionalized children having parents were higher in internalizing problems than children not having parents, while children living with siblings in the facilities were lower in externalizing problems than children living without siblings. Furthermore, institutionalized children having parents and living without siblings were higher in both internalizing and externalizing problems than children not having parents and living with siblings.
A Study on Young Children′s Video and Computer Game Uses
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 91~103
The purpose of this study was to investigate actual trends of young children's video and computer-based game uses. Four hundred and eighty parents of 4-6 year-old children were questioned about children's game uses and their attitude toward them and 180 of their children were interviewed. As the results of this study, most of children have been playing video and computer games. Boys played them more frequently than girls and the olders than the youngers. The majority of children liked video and computer games. The first reason to play games was 'interesting'. The most parents considerably tolerated to their children playing games except the arcade games. Many parents limited their children's time of playing games. They occasionally played with their children or observed them playing games.
The Effects of Ego-Identity and Crisis on Quality of Life in Midlife Married Women
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 105~120
The purpose of this study was to analyze on effects of midlife ego-identity and crisis on quality of life in married women. The data were obtained through 394 midwife married women who live in Kwangju and Chonnam. The results were as follows. (1) The mean scores of ego-identity and quality of life were higher than the medium point. The mean scores of crisis was a little lower than the medium. (2) The ego-identity was significantly influenced by religion, health condition, social intimacy, marital relations, and parent-child relations. The crisis was influenced significantly by income, health condition, marital relations, and ego-identity. And the quality of life was influenced significantly by religion, health condition, marital relations, parent-child relations, and crisis. (3) On the result of path analysis, religion, health condition, marital relations, parent-child relations, and crisis directly influenced the Quality of life. Besides, income, social intimacy, and ego-identity indirectly affected the quality of life.
Public Service Facilities and Programs of District (Dong) Office as a Community Center
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 39, issue 4, 2001, Pages 121~134
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the service facilities and activity programs of district(Dong) office so as to develope a model of a service integrated community center Various research methods were used for this study: Field research and interviews with the managers have been done in four offices during July and August, 2000. The facilities and programs of twenty district((Dong) offices were analyzed and ninety visitors of two district(Dong) offices were surveyed. The results showed that most visitors crime to the district(Dong) office for administrative services associated with the registration for citizenships. Visitors of district(Dong) office with activity programs were more Likely to factor to the service integrated community center than were those without. The size and kinds of facilities among district(Dong) office centers were varied and contrained by the size of the building but the activity programs were very similar and mainly arts and crafts, sports, music, and health for young housewives. Several implications from the results were suggested to the model of a service integrated community center.