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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 40, Issue 12 - Dec 2002
Volume 40, Issue 11 - Nov 2002
Volume 40, Issue 10 - Oct 2002
Volume 40, Issue 9 - Sep 2002
Volume 40, Issue 8 - Aug 2002
Volume 40, Issue 7 - Jul 2002
Volume 40, Issue 6 - Jun 2002
Volume 40, Issue 5 - May 2002
Volume 40, Issue 4 - Apr 2002
Volume 40, Issue 3 - Mar 2002
Volume 40, Issue 2 - Feb 2002
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A Study on the Implication of Typologies in the Family Studies -Focused on Home Economics Major-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 1~13
The purpose of this study is to analyze typologic methods in the Family Studies. For this goal, we reviewed literatures related to social research methodology, and analyzed articles in the Family Studies part on the basis of themes and typologic methods. The major resets can be summarized as follow: Typology methods used to clarify complex and subtle family phenomena and distinguish redundant interaction in everyday life. Especially, they can show family system type, communication mode style, leisure activity type, life altitude type, and personality traits type. Typology was made by the methods as follow: the insight, crossing the two single question, intersecting scale's mean or middle point, cluster analysis, and factor analysis. Typology is useful method in the Family Studies, but the accuracy standard needs in the future studies.
Development and Effect of Self-Growth program for Children
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 15~27
The purposes of this study were to develop self- growth program for children and to testify the effect of the program. For these purposes self- growth program for children was developed and then 83 5th grade children in elementary school were tested with interpersonal strategies scales and school adjustment scales. Out of 83 children, 20 children with lower grades became subjects. They are retested after completing the program. The methods for data analyses included t-test and 2×2 two - way ANOVA The children's interpersonal strategies and school adjustment scores increased after participation in the program. Sex difference didn't manifest.
The Effects of Body shapes and Apparel Colors on male Children′s Impression
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 29~37
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of bodyshape and clothing color on boy's impression. The subjects were composed of 480 elementary students, 11-12 years old. The stimuli were consisted of 12 color photographs by using CAD system that was different in the bodyshape, the clothing color and the level of contained color each other. The subjects reported the stimuli's pression on the questionnaires. The image of the stimuli were emerged 5 differented dimensions ; attractiveness, evaluation, potency, bodyshape, visibility. The boy's impressions of normal bodyshape were more attractive, positive evaluation and thin than obese bodyshape. The boy's impressions who was dressed in pink color shirt were thin than blue color. The boy's impressions were positive evaluation when he was dressed in shirt with pink or blue color in collar and cuffs and the whole. The boy's impression of normal bodyshape wearing blue color shirt was the most attractive but the boy's impression of obese bodyshape wearing pink color shirt was not charm. The boy's evaluation who was normal bodyshape wearing pink color shirt was the most positive and the most thin.
A Review and Outlook of Researches on Comsumption Culture
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 39~56
The purpose of this study was to review criticallu the current slates of researches in the area of consumer culture and to suggest several ways in which it can be improved. After analyzing 87 articles in major journals which have published during the 1980s, 1990s, the major findings are as follows: First, the articles in this field has increased sharply in latter half of 1990s. Second, the subjects of these researches can be divided into three. They are general consumption culture(including consumption value), abnormal consumer behavior(including overconsumption, addictive buying and conspicuous consumption) and pro-environmental consumer behavior. Third, the adolescents is most frequently researched. Fourth, same as other areas the major methodology is positivistic one which focuses the survey analysis to investigate the relationships of many variables. Implications are also discussed with respect to future research.
Institutionalized Children′s Behavior Problems Depending on Their Cognitive Abilities
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 57~66
This study investigated institutionalized children's behavior problems depending on their cognitive abilities. Subjects were 185 institutionalized children in 15 child-welfare facilities in Seoul (132 preschooler and 153 primary schoolers; 106 boys and 79 girls). Institutionalized children's cognitive abilities were measured using the Comprehension and Picture Completion Assessment, two subsets of K-WPPSI (Park et al., 1996) Comprehension and Picture Completion Assessment belong to verbal and performance scale, respectively. Measures of behavior problems included anxiety, immaturity, social withdrawal, physical symptom, hyperactivity, and aggression. Data were analyzed with mean, standard deviation, and t-test. Results showed that institutionalized children had higher scores in Picture Completion Assessment than Comprehension Assessment. Furthermore, institutionalized children with low scores in Comprehension Assessment were higher in anxiety and social withdrawal than children with high scores in Comprehension Assessment.
Data Transition Research to Derive Shape Factor in Analyzing Factors -Centering on the body shape of males in twenties-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 67~86
The purpose of this research is to offer a method to derive the body shapes and pose factors with resets from analyzing factors by using the measurement values of human body. 297 male subjects in their twenties participated in this study. 54 anthropometric and 35 photographic measurements were taken from each subject. Data is the several typical items selected among items and you have to make an index value by using these typical items and convert it. The index has high correlation with each item, is easy to be measured and is to be used after selecting an important item in designing prototype. With results of analyzing reliability level by each item, correlation and items that factor loading is low, the item that the correlation is high is to be removed within the range that maintains the reliability level. Five factors of the front part and seven factors of the profile came to be derived from this kind of process.
A Study on Clothing Shopping Orientation and Cloghin Buying Behavior of female workers
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 87~100
The purpose of this study was to investigate the demographics and general clothing buying behavior according to clothing shopping orientation of female workers. A questionnaire was developed to measure clothing shopping orientation, fashion information sources, stores selection criteria, clothing purchasing frequency of a year, purchasing expenditure of clothing, the demographics. The questionnaire was administered to 775 female teacher in Chonnam. The data was analyzed using percentage, frequency, mean, factor analysis, Cluster Analysis,
-_test and ANOVA, Duncan test. The results of the study were as follows: 1. The female teachers were classified into four groups by the cluster analysis; indifferent shopping group, rational shopping group, conspicuous shopping group, recreational shopping group. 2. In the case of fashion information sources, significant differences were found according to shopping orientation subdivision in mass media information, information by consumer, information by marketer. 3. The stores selection criteria were significantly different depending on shopping orientation subdivision in goods and atmosphere of shop, promotion, convenience of shop's location. 4. The clothing purchasing frequency of a year were significantly different depending on shopping orientation subdivision. 5. The significant differences were found according to shopping orientation subdivision in purchasing expenditure of clothing. 7. In the demographic characteristics, significant differences were found according to shopping orientation subdivision in age, marriage, the length of one's work, income.
Enhancing Consumer Sovereignty in the Telecommunication Services
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 101~114
This study analyzes the contract terms to explore whether the content has any improper and/or unfair clause, reviews the consumer-related laws, and examines the activities of the regulatory systems in the telecommunication service markets. The major resets of the stud\ulcorner are: first, the level of regulation to contract terms is inconsistent across the services areas and needs to be coordinated; second, the standard contract terms need to be developed; third, the policy implications with respect to regulatory policy making and public education are developed; and lastly establishment of consumer advisory board to advise the commission on consumer issues and the consumer information and education center is suggested.
Financial management Behavior and Financial Solidity of Urban Households
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 115~130
The purposes of this study was to analyze the effects of household characteristics and financial variables on financial management behavior and financial solidity. The major results could be summarized as follows. First, Debt management behavior and risk management behavior reveled a higher score than any other financial management behaviors. The main determinants of financial management behavior were financial communication and financial attitudes. The more positive financial attitudes and the more financial communication were, the better the financial management behavior followed. The set of households characteristics variables accounted for 2% of the variance in the financial management behaviors. But the addition of financial related variables resulted in an R2 change of 33%. Second, the financial solidity by median was 4.10. It means that usuable net asset is four times higher than the total amount of risk. Household head\`s age, financial attitudes and financial management behavior were the variables affecting the financial solidity.
Groping out Direction for the Supporting System of Consumer Education in School
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 131~142
Interested in the importance of Consumer Education in school has recognized in modem society, due mainly to the development and change of consumption life. Among the many contributions to the study of consumer issues that Consumer Education in school is the most important thing to be rational consumer. However, There is no any system to support the Consumer Education in school even though we need it. And thus, this paper is used the method of Contents Analysis through critically reviewing the professional web-sites of Consumer Education Center in Japan and Europe in order to investigate what the goal is, what contents are, how they operate their Consumer Education System. Moreover, we compare two web-sites in aspects of system, structure. The Consumer Education in Japan and Europe is toward the value of life which is not the buy-man-ship but the way of thinking and philosophy of life. The school lead the Consumer Education through the integrated system which is invoked all of related subjects. Each related subject is gotten together for the Consumer Education. Most of all the Consumer Education Center in Japan and Europe is in the middle of Consumer Education in school, and then absolutely assist and support Consumer Education in school.
Consumer Education Policy for Net Generation -focused on Developing Social Support System-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 143~159
Consumer Education Policy for -Focusing on developing Social support System- The purpose of this research is to understand the change of future consuming environment and the characteristics of future potential consumer: the net generations. With those research results, we deduced our goal, content and method of consumer education for these net generations. Finally, I suggested a scheme of the social construction by demand of our future society. Literature review and depth interview are used for this research. The main factors of the change of our future consuming environment are Digitalization, globalization, improvement of consumer sovereignty, Sustainable consumption culture, the increasing pursuit of safe life. It is necessary to educate our future consumer, net generations, the information searching skills in order to be able to obtain right information. We also need to educate them how to practice the safe life and Sustainable consumption and how to get consumers sovereignty. The method of the education requires interchangeable communication. We need social networking system for the support of consumer education, in order to build this social system. We need an administrative support from the government and financial support from corporations. We have suggested that it is very desirable to share all the information developed among Academic field, Consumer related organizations and schools by this network be build.
A Study on the Level of Perception to Internet Shopping′ Benefit - Risk in Relation to the Internet Searching Value Types of College Student Consumers
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 161~173
This study explored the Internet searching values(utilitarian searching value and hedonic searching value) of college student consumers, typed the Internet searching values to four types, and analysed the level of perception to Internet shopping' benefit-risk according to the Internet searching value types. The subjects were 361 college students. We used Cronbach'
, multiple regression, one-way ANOVA, and Scheffe' test as statistical analysis. The results were summarized as follows : 1) According to the Internet searching values, college student consumers were classified into 4 types - high utilitarian/high hedonic type, high utilitarian/low hedonic type, low utilitarian/high hedonic type, and low utilitarian/low hedonic type. 2) Both high utilitarian/high hedonic type and low utilitarian/high hedonic type had high level of perception to Internet shopping' benefit-risk.
The Effects of Goal-Oriented Value on Financial Management and Financial Satisfaction of Female College Student Consumers
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 40, issue 2, 2002, Pages 175~186
The purpose of this study was to examine the influences of goal-oriented value to the financial management and financial satisfaction of female college students. The samples were selected from 541 female collegians. Data analysed were carried out using SAS package. Statistics used for data analysis was Cronbach'
coefficient, multiple regression, Pearson correlation analysis, and path analysis. The results were summarized as follows : First, resulting from the multiple regression analysis, the goal-oriented value had positive effects to the financial management - planning, implementing, evaluating, and saving - of female collegians. And the goal-oriented value had not indirectly but directly positive effects to the financial satisfaction. Second, the variables that have significant influence on the financial satisfaction were the level of household income, goal-oriented value, implementing, and monthly personal allowance.