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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 9, Issue 2 - Sep 1971
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A Study on the effect of Mother's occupation and rearing attitude on personality of Child
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 1~16
The purpose of this research is to clarify the effect on personality of the child which may be infuenced by occupation and rearing attitude of the mother. Conclusion I. Mother with occupation does not give good effect on personality of the child, that is general Activity, Stability and Sociality. Conclusion II. Child attitude of mother effects greatly on personality of the child ; i.e. (a) good relationship between husband and wife makes good effects on the personality of the child ; and (b) rejecting attitude renders effects on the Stability of the child ; and (c) dominating attitude gives effects on Reflectiveness and Sociability of the child ; i.e. (d) overprotective attitude gives effect on Stability and Dominance of the child. Conclusion III. Whereas attitude of mother with occupation is dominaning, attitude of the mother without occupation is rejective. This difference in attitude gives effect on Reflectiveness, Dominance, Impulsiveness and Sociability of the child. Conclusion IV. Economic status of the famuly renders great effects on personality of the child, and this status effects Reflectiveness, Impulsiveness and Sociability.
A study for the improvement of Standard menu, (for restrant)
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 17~29
Korean foods sold restrant and hotel accompaines so many kinds of side dishes. The menues never considered on the nutritional standpoint nor the volume that can be eaten by customers. The purpose of this study is to simplify and improve the menu of Korean foods sold in restrant. To find out the problem and the method of the betterment Korean food sold in restrant. The survey study was made for 100 restrants in Seoul city. Ther average number of side dish of the restrant food was 23. The average amount number of the side dish was 31 and smallest number was 4. The average amount of food served was 979 grams and the average number of food taken by people was 698 grams. The average percentage of intake of food was 62%. Protein Content of the foods sold restrant was from 54% to 240% over the recommended dietary allowances. Protein intake also exceeded from 19% to 147% of recommended dietary allowances. Age of the customers were surveyed to set up the standard amount of the nutrients. About 68% of the customers were from 30 to 40 years of age in the day time (lunch), whereas about 72% were from 20 to 30 years of age in the evening (supper). From the results of the survey study, two nutritional standard were decided to be used. One is the recommended dietary allowences of 25 years of man (reference man), and the other is that of 45 years of man. The actual standards are as follows : Standard 1 (25 years of man) Calories-900~1000Cal Protein-25-30g Vegetables-200~250g (include yellow, green vegetable), Amount of food-about 800g Standard 2 (45 years of man) Calories-700~800Cal Protein-25~30g Vegetables-150~200g (include yellow, green vegetable) Amount of food-700g The kinds of food recommended to be sold in the restrant are as follows : 1. Pansang-is a formal method of korean table setting 3 types, 7 chup, 5 chup, and 3 chup were studied and made, 2. Table for the quest with drink-2 types of table setting, 9 kinds of food and 7 kinds of foods were studied. 3. free meal-in this table, one pig protein dish with kimchi, one vegetable, and one salty flsh will be served, 19 kinds of foods were studies. 4. One dish meal-in one large dish, rice will be served with side dishes soup and kimch will be accompanied, 10 kinds of foods were studied. 5. Cafeteria style foods-one serving of food will be served in small dishes Customers should select the food want to eat.
Studies on the Organic Acid in Some Species of Marine Alage
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 30~33
1. The present paper deals with the composition of organic acid in Porphyra tenera, roasted Porphyra tenera and Undaria pinnatifida. 2. There are little differences in the composition of organic acids among three of them, Porphyra tenera, roasted Porphyra tenera and Ucdaria pinnatifida. Butyric, propionic, acetic, fumaric, succinic, lactic, oxalic, malic, citric and unknown two acids were identifled by silica gel colcumn chromatography. 3. All of volatile organic acid, namely butyric, propionic and acetic acid in Porphyra tenera were decreased during the raosting.
The Cookery Method and Ascorbic Acid of Vegetables
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 34~39
By analyzing the relationships between the cookery methods and the loss of Ascorbic acid included in fresh vegetables, t he best cookery method to minimize the loss of it has been studied. For being scald and parch, those scald only in the water and those parch the salad oil had fained the least loss of it, while those parch had gotten generally the less loss than those scald. And when the cooked vegetables were left alone in the air. Ascorbic acid included in those were decayed exponentially, and its half time was about two hours.
The Study on the Effect of the Patching on the Strength of the Seam-Texture
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 40~47
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of several methods of the patching on the strength of the seam-texture. The main findings warranted from the present study were as follows : 1. The breaking strength was increased in proportion to the number of stitches in the case of 5 stitches per cm and 7 stitches per cm, not in the case of 9 stitches per cm where the tendency to damage the texture stitches appeared because of the excessive. 2. In comparing the effects of three methods (1. attaching a single patch, 2. attaching a single patch and seaming, 3. attaching several ply patch), no significant difference was found among these three. 3. There was a significant difference between the effects of two methods (1. attaching a single patch and stitching one edge of it on one side of the seam, 2. attaching a single patch and stitching both edges of it on the both sides of seam). In other words, the latter was found to be significantly more effective than the former. 4. In the case of unbalanced texture 9for example, single to two ply, single ply to two ply, or single to three ply), attaching a single patch to single ply and stitching both edges of it, and attaching a single patch to cover the plain-seam and stitching both edges of it, were more effective than attaching a single patch without stitching. 5. In comparing the effects of stitching both edges of the patch in 4 stitches per cm by the machine and by the hand, no significant difference was found. But these were more effective than stitching its both edges in 2 stitches per cm by hand. 6. The plain-seam stitched one edge of patch in 2 stitches per cm by machine and other by hand was significantly stronger than the plain-seam without a patch or with patch not stitched.
Childdevelopment in Home Economics
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 48~50
Nutrition Survey in Korea
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 51~54
Clothing Problems in Korea
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 55~57
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 58~61
일본의 가정학교육에 관하여
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 9, issue 2, 1971, Pages 62~64