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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 42, Issue 12 - Dec 2004
Volume 42, Issue 11 - Nov 2004
Volume 42, Issue 10 - Oct 2004
Volume 42, Issue 9 - Sep 2004
Volume 42, Issue 8 - Aug 2004
Volume 42, Issue 7 - Jul 2004
Volume 42, Issue 6 - Jun 2004
Volume 42, Issue 5 - May 2004
Volume 42, Issue 4 - Apr 2004
Volume 42, Issue 3 - Mar 2004
Volume 42, Issue 2 - Feb 2004
Volume 42, Issue 1 - Jan 2004
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Comparison of the Opinion about Senior Congregate Housing According to Socio-Economic Status -with special on the Seoul Metropolitan area, Busan, Gwangaju and Daejun-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 1~17
This study was conducted to determine the influence of socio-economic status of potential consumers on the types of senior congregate housing(SCH) among 4 urban areas(Seoul Metropolitan area, Busan, Gwangaju, and Daejun). This study was part or a research series to develop SCH which meets the korean situation. The Questionnaire used for the final analysis involved 1006 people and SPSS Windows program was used for statistical analysis. The opinion about SCH should differ among the 4 urban areas according to Socio-Economic Status(SES). The results of this study were as follows: The opinions on SCH varied in each region according to SES indicating that diverse constructions of senior housing to meet selective needs of the old can create high demand in a construction market. In order to induce active participation of the private sector, the Ministry of Construction and Transportation, rather than the Ministry of Health and Welfare, should be in charge of the development of SCH. This is desirable in the perspective of developing new types of housing as for general housing. In this case, the Ministry of Construction and Transportation should consider geographic locations and environmental factors of each city. Moreover, the successful development of SCH needs an effort to reexamine an appropriate development plan rather than adopting the cases of developed countries without criticism. In terms of policies, the government should provide financial support for building sharing space, give an exception on a measurement rate, assist in the education of supervisors and establish a management system and so on.
Children′s Peer Acceptance, Reciprocity of Best friendship, and Psychosocial Adjustment
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 19~32
This study examined how school-age children's peer acceptance and friendship experience were related to their psychosocial adjusment. Peer acceptance was examined in terms of sociometric status and social preference, and the friendship experience was examined in terms of the reciprocity of best friendship. The subjects were 275 children in the 4th or 5th grades. It was found that sociometric status and the reciprocity of best friendship were significant predictors of the level of loneliness that children experienced. Interaction between children's social preference score and the reciprocity of best friendship was also a significant predictor of the children's experience of loneliness. That is, the degree to which children are accepted by their peer group predicts the level of loneliness that children experience, but the strength of the prediction depends on whether the children have reciprocal best friends. Is for children's self-esteem in relation with sociometric status and the reciprocity of best friendship, only sociometric status was significant predictor of children's self-esteem. However, interaction between social preference and the reciprocity of best friendship was a significant predictor of children's self-esteem. This finding suggests that the degree to which children are accepted by their peer group predicts the level of children's self-esteem, and the strength of the prediction depends on whether the children have reciprocal best friends.
Women′s Indoor and Outdoor Everyday Life of the Late Choson Period as Expressed in Paintings
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 33~53
The purpose of this study was to investigate women's indoor and outdoor everyday life including their housework, labor and leisure of the late Chosen period as expressed in paintings. Women's everyday life was classified into their indoor and outdoor life according to the custom of Naeoe, which had confined women's activities in the outdoors. This study analyzed 93 Paintings depicting the Due life of People. As a result, even though the Chosen period was a conservative society dominated by Confucian custom that confined women in the home, most women spent much of their time in the outdoors carrying water, washing clothes and doing farm work. Some common women participated in marketing household product, peddling and managing a drink shop. Especially, servant women such as Kineo, Muneo and Youneo labored in Public offices or Private Places. Consequently, this study suggests that the misconception should be corrected that traditional women's sex role had been confined exclusively in the home.
A Study on the Dyeing of Silk Fabrics with Chelidonium Majus Extracts
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 55~61
The Purpose or this study was to determine the optimal dyeing condition or Chelidonium majus extracts onto silk fabrics. Among the various dyeing properties, the colorfastness of fabrics dyed with Chelidonium majus extracts was investigated in different conditions such as dyeing temperature, dyeing time, dyeing pH etc. We also tried to dye fabrics using the Chelidonium majus extracts which were lyophilized. Although mordant was not used, dyed fabrics showed relatively good dyeability and the main pigment of Chelidonium majus showed yellow vividly in the appropriate dyeing conditions. At a dyeing temperature above 40
E value increased but the yellowish tint decreased. The pH value of unadjusted Chelidonium majus extracts was 6.4, at which a deep yellow was obtained. The dye equilibrium was reached 40 minutes after dyeing. The colorfastness to washing and light was poor at 1-2 and 2-3, respectively, but the dry-cleaning fastness was good at 4-5.
Dyeing Properties of Cotton and Wool Fabrics with Betel Palm Tree
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 63~72
This study discussed the dyeing of wool and cotton fabrics with Betel Palm Tree White woolen fabrics and cotton fabrics purchased from HATH (Korea Apparel Testing ＆ Research Institute) were used as experimental fabrics. Using dyeing powder extracted from dyeing material, various temperatures, dyeing times, and pH were used in the dyeing process. Al, Cr, Fe, Cu, and Sn were used as mordant and the absorption was compared with different mordanting methods. The optimum condition for pre-mordanting dyeing was dye concentration of 25% (o.w.f) and mordant concentration of 0.5
∼1%. Woolen fabric showed an increase of absorption and the maximum absorption was achieved at weak acidity. According to the mordanting methods, woolen fabrics and cotton fabrics were treated with various mordanting agents, a mordant rate of 1:100, at 60
, for 30 minutes and dyed with a dyeing material concentration of 25% (o.w.f), at a rate of 1:100, at 60
for 60 minutes. The best dyeing effect w3s achieved at the temperature of 60
for cotton and 80
for wool fabrics. The light fastness of cotton and wool fabrics was low and particularly the fastness to perspiration was decreased with Fe mordanting. I concluded that pre-mordanting method was better than post-mordanting method for cotton and woolen fabrics.
The Effect of Costs of Coupon on Consumer Satisfaction
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 73~88
The purpose of this study was to understand how consumers perceive the costs of couponing by coupon types and to suggest ways in which coupons should be developed to contribute to consumers' welfare. Costs/benefits of coupons as the most close antecedent variable included the following 8 constructs: searching costs, clipping costs, storing costs, extra expenses, substitution costs, pressure of holding, uncomfortable feelings, and regrets. Since it was hypothesized that the cost of couponing differs by coupon type, four coupon-types were examined: homepage coupon, E-mail coupon, DM coupon, and newspaper/magazine coupon. Data for this research were collected through 732 responses to a self-administered survey of consumers who had used all four types of coupons requesting participation from members of Internet survey firm. The conclusions of this research can be summarized as follows: (1) Women preferred off-line coupons but men preferred on-line coupons. In addition, consumers in Seoul were more familiar and satisfied with on-line coupons than consumers in other regions. (2) Among constructs of costs, consumers perceived regrets, pressure of holding, and substitution costs highly. Differently from previous studies, consumers perceived searching costs and clipping costs to be less important than other costs. (3) Storing costs, pressure of holding, and uncomfortable feelings were higher in off-line coupons, whereas clipping costs, extra expenses, and substitution costs were higher in on-line coupons. (4) In general, most constructs of costs in using homepage and newspaper/magazine coupons were higher than those of E-mail and DM coupons. (5) Cost perception was negatively related to coupon satisfaction at coupon, except newspaper/magazine coupon which was the least satisfactory coupon, regardless of costs (6) Consumers were more satisfied with direct-distribution coupons such as E-mail and DM coupons than public-distribution coupons such as homepage and newspaper/magazine coupons.
The Effect of Variables on Attitudes and Preparations toward Retirement
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 89~102
The purpose of this study is to examine the factors causing the attitudes and preparations toward retirement. Tow hundred eight employees participated in this study. The results of this study are as fellows: First, income, age, sex, self-esteem, attitudes toward job, family, and leisure affect the attitudes toward retirement. Second, income and attitudes toward leisure affect economic preparations. Third, age, attitudes toward family and leisure affect psychologic preparations. Fourth, age, self-esteem, locus of control, and attitudes toward leisure affect physical preparations.
A Study on the Determinative Factors for On-line Consumer Satisfaction in Fashion Products - Focused on the Purchasing Experience and Future Purchasing Intention of Internet Fashion Products-
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 103~118
The purpose of this study was to investigate the discriminative factors of on-line consumer satisfaction. Data were obtained from an online questionnaire survey with 1089 online shoppers who had the experience of either purchasing or visiting a fashion on-line shopping mall from the panel of an online survey agency(www.inr.co.kr) and 1049 responses were analyzed. For analysis of data, descriptive analysis, Cronbach's
-test, one-wav ANOVA, Ducan test and stepwise regression analysis were applied. The results of this study were as follows: Firstly as a result of differences of purchasing experience and future purchasing intention via internet, 4 consumer groups were generated: internet patronizing group, trial and unsatisfied experience group, future purchasing intention group, and internet carelessness group. Secondly each group differences was found in demographic variables such as age, marital status, income and employment status. Croup differences were also found in personal, product, and store variables except tangibility. According to consumer groups, different factors were directly impact on consumer satisfaction.
The Effects of maternal Materialism and Parenting on Materialism in Adolescents
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 119~129
The main purpose of this study was to examine the effects of maternal materialism and parenting on materialism in adolescents. Moreover, the relative significance of maternal materialism and parenting materialism in adolescents was also explored. The study subjects were 199 (98 male, 101 female) high school students in Seoul and their mothers. The following are the major findings. 1) Maternal materialism was not related with male adolescents' materialism but was with female adolescents'. 2) Maternal support, and open communication were negatively related with female adolescents' materialism while maternal control, and permissiveness were positively related. On the other hand, only maternal control was positively related with male adolescents' materialism. 3) Stepwise regression analysis revealed that maternal support, followed by maternal materialism, was the most important variable affecting female adolescents'. However, for male adolescents, maternal control was the only one variable affecting their materialism.
Estimation on the Total Added Value of Household Production : The Extended Concept of Production from Non-SNA
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 131~143
The purpose of this paper is to prepare a satellite account of the household sector that is reflected in the current national income account by approving the economic activities of unpaid household labor as production activity and estimating its value. The study produced three results. First, as different methods of evaluation can be useful according to different study goals or the contents of related policies, it is unreasonable to present a single result for estimating unpaid household labor. This study, therefore, presented the values of housework based on 5 methods, ranging from 124 to 150 trillion won. Second, to input the added value of household production from the fixed capital (household durable goods), this study adopted the declining balance method used in the Korea National Statistical Office. As a result, the total consumption of fixed capital was estimated at approximately 18.8 trillion won. Third, the total added value of unpaid household labor was estimated to range from 143 to 169 trillion wens. The amount is a production value excluded from the SNA which needs to be formed as a separate household satellite account. The ratio of this total value added was 30-35.4 percents to the 1999 GDP in Korea(477 trillion wens).
Late Middle-aged Women′s Lift Experiences in Transition to Old Age : How Do They Adapt to “Aging” in Korean Society\ulcorner
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 145~164
The purpose of this study is to understand how late middle-aged women in our society view and adapt to “aging”. This is a crucial step forward linking two stages, the growing young age and the declining old age, which eventually improves the qualify of life in old a9e. This qualitative study used Personal narratives extracted from tape-recorded interviews of 20 late middle-aged women in their fifties and analyzed key experiences of late middle-aged women in their transition to old age. Participants were observed to perceive not only many limitations but also alternative potentialities. First, the major challenges due to the closing young era were ‘physical declines’, including health problems and wrinkles, and ‘leaving children’. Second, the potentialities to start a new era also could be found. Many participants found themselves to be generous enough to assist others in need. In addition, they looked to adapt to new challenges. It was likely that the many adversities that they had faced made them resilient. These results show that late middle-aged women were actively negotiating with themselves and their surroundings in order to overcome their losses, maintain their potentialities, and, in the process, acknowledge their impending old age for better preparation.
Anthropometric Study on Facial Shape Analysis of Female College Students
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 42, issue 7, 2004, Pages 165~178
The purpose of this study is to research the facial shape and suggest quantified data for the domestic fashion cordinaton and beauty industry. A measurement survey of 264 female college students aged from 20 to 24, was conducted with photographs of front view and later view taken by digital camera. Two hundred values were generated through the facial measurement program. In the results, for the coefficient of variance of the height was highly related with height, radial length was highly related with radial length, and breadth with highly related with breadth. However Gnation breadth, Zygomatic breadth, Philtrum breadth were lowly related and indefendent with other items.