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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 43, Issue 12 - Dec 2005
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The Effect of Parental Monitoring and Adolescents' Self-Control on Adolescents' Problem Behavior
Ko, Jung-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 1~17
The purposes of this study were to show general trends in the degree of parental monitoring, self-control and problem behavior perceived by adolescents and to examine possible changes in such trends in accordance with gender of adolescents and mother's employment, and then to determine the effects of these variables on adolescents' problem behavior. The subjects were 1288 adolescents of middle school in Busan (male 661, female 627). The main results were as follow. (1) General trends in the degree of internalizing problems and total behavior problems showed that girls had more problem behaviors than boys. (2) Boys and girls with unemployed mother perceived more parental monitoring than ones with employed mothers. Boys with unemployed mother had more self-control than ones with employed mothers. Boys with employed mother showed more problem hehaviors than ones with unemployed mother. (3) Mother's employment, the degree of parental monitoring and self-control had a significant indirect effect on internalizing problems, externalizing problems and total behavior problems. (4) The degree of self-control was the most powerful predicator of problem behaviors of middle school students.
Microbiological Quality Assessment of Bibimbap Production Flow in Elementary School Foodservice
Kim, Bok-Ran ; Chae, Sung-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 19~31
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the microbiological quality and assure the hygienic safety of the Bibimbap production in elementary school foodservice in accordance with the HACCP(Hazzard Analysis Critical Control Point) program. The time-temperature relationship and the microbiological quality(total plate count and coliform bacteria count) were assessed to find the critical control point(CCP) during each of the production phase. In the pre-preparation phase, the risk factors of the raw ingredients exceeded the standard level suggested by Solberg et al. Mungbean starch jelly, egg and Kochujang were satisfactory in that no coliform groups were observed over the standard TPC level. In particular, there was a high the risk of beef from the early stages in terms of the coliform level. In the pre-preparation phase, green pumpkin had more coliform groups than the standard level even after washed, which calls for special attention to washing, sterilization, secondary infection of the handler, and the required time for pre-preparation of raw vegetables. In the cooking phase, the temperature of the soybean sprout and mungbean starch jelly decreased to 42
, respectively, which was within the risk zone. In particular, mungbean starch jelly had a great risk factor even after boiling in hot water. During the storage stage before serving, a lot of ingredients were exposed to poor management of temperature and time and thus exceeded the standard level in the total plate counts. In particular, the microbiological count of beef was five times the standard level. Green pumpkins and soybean sprouts were left at 15-38
that is within the risk zone for a long period of time after they were cooked. It is highly recommended that the time of the storage stage before consumption should be shortened and that proper devices should be used to prevent proliferation of bacteria. The number of TPC of the utensils was satisfactory enough, but the knife used exceeded the standard level and thus was a risk factor of bacteria proliferation.
A Comparison of the Volatile Aroma Components in High Grade Korean, Chinese and Japanese Green Tea
Choi, Sung-Hee ; Chung, Dae-Soo ; Jea, Soon-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 33~40
This study compared the volatile aroma components in high grad Korea, Chinese and Japanese green tea. The aroma components of green tea were analyzed and compared. Aroma compared. Aroma compounds were extracted by a simultaneous distillation and extraction method using Likens and Nickerson's extraction apparatus. The concentrated aroma extract was analyzed and identified by GC and GC-MS. All the green tea samples contained relatively large amounts of terpene alcohols such as linalool, geraniol and nerolidol. The Korean green tea (A) manufactured in Cheju island contained remarkably large amounts of geraniol (9.12 %) and linalool (5.18 %). The Korean green tea (B) manufactured in Hawgae contained remarkably large amounts of geraniol (5.85 %) and linalool (5.33 %). The Korean green tea (C) manufactured in Bosung contained remarkably large amounts of linalool (7.79 %) and Z-jasmone (3.08 %). The Chinese green tea (D) manufactured in Longjing contained remarkably large amounts of geraniol (3.43 %) and linalool (2.86 %). The Japanese green tea (E) manufactured in Shizuoka contained remarkably large amoung of linalool (3.95 %) and nerolidol (2.76 %).
Effects of the Father's Experience from His Family-of-Origin, Marital Conflict, and Childrearing Behaviors on His Child's Behavioral Problems as a Function of the Child's Sex
Chung, Moon-Ja ; Chun, Yeun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 41~55
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of the father's experiences from his family-of-origin, marital conflict, and childrearing behaviors on his child's behavioral problems, as well as any differences due to the child's sex. The subjects were 837 days of 4th and 5th graders in six elementary schools and their fathers in Seoul and Pusan. The data were analyzed using the Structural Equation Modeling(SEM) to verify the theoretical models among the variables. The results showed that the pathways of the impact of the father's experiences from his family-of-origin differed, depending on the father-son group and the father-daughter group, upon the child's intermailizing and extenalizing behavioral problems through marital conflict and the father's childrearing behaviors. Firstly, in the father-son model, the father's experiences from his family-of-origin had an impact on the son's internalizing and extenalizing behavioral problems through marital conflict and the his negative childrearing behaviors. Secondly, the father-daughter model exhibited two pathways; the father's experiences from his family-of-origin had an impact on the child's internalizing and externalizing behavioral problems through his negative chilrearing behaviors, and the father's experiences from family-of-origin had an impact on the child's internalizing behavioral problems through marital conflict and his positive childrearing.
Relation Among Sociometric Popularity, Perceived Popularity and Aggression in Adolescence
Do, Kum-Hae ; Choi, Bo-Ga ; Lee, Ji-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 57~67
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between sociometric popularity (like-most nomination and like-least nomination) and perceived popularity (most-popular nomination and least-popular nomination ) and to examine the relationships between adolescent aggression (overt, relational, and not prosocial behavior) and each of the popularities. The 377 subjects were selected from first and second graders of middle and high schools. The results of this study were as follows: 1) Sociometric popularity is significantly correlated with least-popular nomination, but not with most-popular nomination. 2) Adolescent aggression is negatively correlated with socimetric popularity, but positively associated with perceived popularity. 3) Sociometric popularity is negatively associated with aggression for only girls, but perceived popularity is positively associated with aggression for both boys and girls. 4) Sociometric popularity is negatively associated with aggression for only middle school students, but perceived popularity is positively associated with aggression for both middle and high students.
The Relationship between Young Children's Creative Behaviors and Mothers' Supportive Child-Rearing Behaviors
Kim, Su-Yeon ; Lee, Young ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 69~79
The purpose of this study was to examine the creative behavior characteristics of 4-5 year olds and to investigate the relationship between these characteristics and the mothers' supportive child-rearing behaviors. The subjects were 125 pairs of young children and their mothers in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. The major results of this study were as follows. First, young children were rated to show uniqueness, openness, sensitivity, playfulness, and perseverance as creative behavior characteristics by their teacher. There were no significant differences between creative behavior characteristics of boys and girls. Second, the more mother used supportive child-rearing behaviors, the higher their children's creative behavior characteristics were estimated.
Perceived Equity, Role Stress and Life Satisfaction of Married Working-Mother Salesclerks
Jeong, Jin-Hee ; Lee, Jeong-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 81~103
The main purpose of the research was to prove, in a practical sense, the relationship among perceived equity, role stress and life satisfaction of employed wives working in sales departments. The subjects were employed wives working in sales departments who have at least one child and a spouse, living in Seoul and the Metropolitan area. The final data analysis used 487 out of 668 questionnaires. Statistical analyses were carried out using SPSS/PC WIN which included frequencies, mean, percentages, Pearson's correlation, Cronbach's
, factor analysis, multiple regression analysis. The findings of the study were as follows: 1) As their education level was low, the education level of their spouse was high, the communication level between couples was high, and the self-oriented perfectionism was low, their perceived emotional relationship was equal. As they were old, the communication level between couples was high, and the self-oriented perfectionism was low, their perceived position in sharing household chores was equal. On the other hand, as they were younger, the education level of their spouse was high, the reason for getting a job lay in supporting the family, and overtime hours worked, there was a higher level of role stress. 2) The influential variables which affect the life satisfaction, in order of importance, were communication level between couples, mother's role stress, age, non-financial reason of getting a job, and sharing household works. For relative contribution degree about life satisfaction, psychological variables among independent variables were revealed as the most influential ones. Thus, efficient communication between couples affected the life satisfaction to a great degree. Furthermore, the study proved that not only role stress variables but also perceived equity variables contributed to the life satisfaction.
Influence of Sexual Attitude and Body Satisfaction on Buying Intention of Body Exposed Clothing
Kim, Soo-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 105~114
The purpose of this study wasisto investigate the influence of attitude toward sex and body satisfaction in the on interest, preference, and buying intention of body exposed clothing among female university students. The Susubject were 397 female students from 3 different universities in Seoul. The instruments of this study wereconsisted of response scale and stimuli. Thirty-four four items on a of 5-point Likert scale were used to measure the attitude towards sex and body satisfaction The stimuli were 6 types of different body exposed clothing style on line drawing. The results were as follow; 1. Most female students were liberal in sexual attitude and had a high level of body satisfaction. Especially, younger students were more liberal than older students. 2. Designs with the greatest interest, preference and that were most interested in, prefer and had buying intention were Camisole, V-neckline and low-neckline designed clothes. 3. Attitude toward sexual value has a strong effect on interest, preference, and buying intention of body exposed clothing. And also ilneterest of body exposed clothing has more effect on buying intention than preference.
The Effects of Chitosan Pretreatment on the Dyeabilities and Antibacterial Activities of Persimmon Juice-Dyed Cotton Fabrics
Han, Young-Sook ; Lee, Hye-Ja ; Kim, Jung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 115~126
Environmentally and human compatible chitosan were pretreated on cotton fabrics which were then dyed with 100% persimmon juice. The chitosan concentration was 1% and the chitosan types were high molecular weight chitosan (1980cps), low molecular weight chitosan (18첸), chitosan oligomer and water soluble chitosan. The properties of the fabric surfaces, the dyeabilities, the color fastnesses, the antibacterial activities, the strengths, the elongations and the drape stiffnesses were evaluated. The properties of the chitosanpretreated, persimmon juice-dyed cotton fabrics (CLP) were compared to those of the untreated (CN), chitosan treated (CL) and persimmon juice-dyed fabrics (CP). The results were as follows. The fibers extruded from the surface of CN decreased on CP. The air between the fibers within CN were substituted by chitosan solution or persimmon juiceand decreased within CLP according to SEM observations. The effects of chitosan treatment, the chitosan molecular weights and the degrees of deacetylation of chitosan on the dyeabilities of the persimmon juice-dyed cotton fabric were not distinct. The curing after chitosan padding improved the dyeabilities of CLP compare to noncuring. The strengths of CP decreased and those of CL increased, compared to those of CN. The strengths of CLP were greater than those of CP. The elogations of CP and CL were greater than those of CN. The strengths and elongations of CLP were greater than those of CN. The chitosan treatments improved the strengths but not the elongations. The drape stiffnesses of CL, CP and CLP were greater than those of CN. The antibacterial activites of chitosan pretreated, persimmon juice-dyed cotton fabrics against Staphylococcus aureus were increased by more than 98% by persimmon juice.
Consciousness on the Korean Traditional Food of School Food Service Dietitians
Kim, Kyung-Ae ; Jung, Lan-Hee ; Jeon, Eun-Raye ; Jeong, Jeong-Ah ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 127~142
The purpose of this study was to investigate the consciousness of dietitians who provide the basic data for the utilization of traditional food in school food service. The conclusions of this study are as follows. The rate of recognition and awareness of traditional Korean food as the pursuit of learning about socio-demographic was generally high, and was remarkable in the elderly dietitians who have worked for a long term. The way how they learned about traditional Korean food was through media, school education, books, and home education, in order. Also, the dietitians who are relatively older or have worked for a long term have pride in traditional food because it suited their taste and was our traditional food. However, it was difficult to provide the food to school food service because the cooking process is complex, and students don's prefer it. Accordingly, improvements of recipe with use of traditional Korean food in school food service are urgently required. The dietitians in Gwangju City in Jeonnam province felt the need to make a standard traditional Korean food recipe, and the demand was especially the strongest among dietitians who have worked from 6 to 10 years. They suggested that the standard recipe should be made by the Korean Dietetic Association, dietitians working at school, Ministry of Education & Human Resource Development, professors majoring in Food & Nutrition, and Ministry of Health & Welfare in order.
A Study on the Affected Variables to the Adjustment of Retired Men
Kim, Myung-Cha ; Park, Mi-Kum ; Song, Mal-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 143~158
The purpose of this study was to determine the protective factors that strengthen the adaptation ability by analyzing individual, family, and social activities variables which impact on the adjustment of retired men. The sample for final data analysis was 233 questionnaires completed by retired men aged from 45 to 65 years living in Seoul and the Metropolitan area. Statistical analyses were carried out using SPSS/WIN which included Frequencies, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and regression analysis. The results were as follows: 1. The degree of the retired men's adaptation was 3.22 out of 5. 2. The retired men's adaptation was affected by the variables in the following order: marital satisfaction, economic life satisfaction, acceptance for retirement, recreational facilities satisfaction, recognition for retirement, and cohesion. These variables explained 65.3% of the retired men's adaptation to life. The findings of this study could be utilized as basic data for developing educational programs and guiding policy-making to help retired men achieve development.
A comparative Study on Media Environments and Media use of Korean-Chinese, Chinese, and Korean Adolescents
Koo, Jung-Sook ; Park, Hye-Won ; Cho, Bok-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 159~174
A comparison of students' media environments and media use patterns among Korean-Chinese in Yanji and Shenyang, Chinese students in Yanji and Korean students in Ulsan revealed significant differences. The research surveyed 3,241 students between 10-18 years old on their home media environments, media use patterns and social characteristics including achievement motivation and the locus of control. Korean children not only have more media in their homes, but they are also heavier users of computers and other media than the other two groups. Despite the lower rates of access to computers and other media at home, Korean-Chinese in Yanji reported more use of media including TV, VCRs and computers at the computer rooms than Chinese students in Yanji. Additional analyses revealed negative correlations between computer gaming at home and at computer rooms and achievement, internal locus of control and psychological and physical home environments. Impacts of Korea culture and societal changes on the Korean-Chinese use of media, and choice of media language were discussed.
A Study on Consumers' Information Demand of Genetically Modified Organisms(GMO)
Park, Hye-Young ; Kim, Si-Wuel ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 175~189
This study analyzed the degree of demand for genetically modified organisms(GMOs) to provide the basic information for consumers' reasonable purchase decision making and their right to know about GMOs. Based on the (Ed-there are no study results above) study results, the following suggestion were made. First, throughout the survey, it was found that those consumers who participated had a high level of perception on the harm of GMOs. Therefore, reliable organizations such as government agencies are required to present the results of safety tests and formulate plans related to the safety of GMOs. Second, the average score on consumers' level of consumer knowledge on GMOs was very low, being 1.68 out of a possible 8 points. Third, since women and housewives engaged in dietary habits and food had high demand for information on GMOs, it is necessary to provide women with information on GMOs. Fourth, since it is difficult to confirm the presence or absence of GMOs. in rapidly increasing demand for fast-food, it is necessary that consumers be provided with relevant information and make a reasonable judgement in purchasing food. Fifth, it is necessary to provide detailed regulations and measures for concrete contents and directions of information on GMOs. Sixth, it is necessary to provid information on GMOs from the commercial sources of information that are most preferred by consumers.
A Study on the Characteristics of Credit Card Delinquents
Park, Mi-Hee ; Yeo, Jung-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 191~202
The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics of late credit card bill payers. Data were collected through a questionnaire survey of 621 credit card users residing in five metropolitan cities including Seoul and Gyeonggi Province. The results indicated that credit card delinquents showed irrational behavior in managing the use of credit cards. That is, they unnecessarily subscribed for credit cards, used their credit cards without signature, or excessively used the credit cards regardless of their payment capability. From these study results, two recommendations were made : 1) consumer education on credit card use and credit management and 2) law revision on regulating credit card use.
Korean University Students' Emotion, Cognitive Efficiency and Satisfaction through the Experiential Sampling Method
Kim, Kee-Ok ; Kim, Soon-Ok ; Hwang, Sun-Jin ; Lee, Soo-Jin ; Hyun, Eun-Ja ; Choi, In-Soo ; Yoo, Hyun-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 43, issue 2, 2005, Pages 203~229
The purpose of this study was to explore the perceived quality of life of Korean university students'. The perceived quality of life was composed of three dimensions: emotion, cognitive efficiency, and satisfaction. The study results were as follow: 1. Korean university students felt more positive emotions when they spent time for social activities. 2. In the cognitive efficiency, social activities also scored highly of 5 questions, but in the item of "awareness of another person's eye", productive activities were higher. 3. Korean university students were more satisfied with themselves when they spent time for productive activities. However, they were more satisfied with their work itself when the work was social activities. 4. Korean university students' emotions, cognitive efficiencies, and satisfaction were significantly different by socio-graphic variables and context.