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Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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Volume 17, Issue 4 - Dec 1999
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Sep 1999
Volume 17, Issue 2 - Jun 1999
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Mar 1999
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A Study on the Utility of the Community Welfare Center as the Application of the Family Welfare Service
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 1~18
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the utility of the community welfare center. for the purpose this study consisted of three main subjects(1) A analysis about the programs of the community welfare center (2) A analysis about the experience of the user and non-user on the community welfare center (3) A analysis about the demand for family welfare service program For the data set 398 married women living in Jeonju were chosen. The data were analyzed with the spss pc+ program. The major findings were as follows : (1) The program of community welfare center consisted of child adolescent elder family a disabled person community welfare program Among contents of this program family welfare program is limited to level of individual needs (2) The wives experienced of community welfare center did not satisfied about equipment location program of community welfare program The 44.0 portion of wives not experience of community wlfare center have no plan using of community welfare center (3) The wives hoped to establish diversed subjects such as parents-child communication conjugal communication sexuality education for child child care techniques health and nutrition of family member time managememt and lesuire and consumer's rights and damage relief.
An Economic Contribution of Housework
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 19~30
The measurement of women's unpaid work is one of the important issues for the improvement of women's status and establishment of a women policy. The purpose of this study is to measure of household production of housewife and to estimate the ratio to GDP. And to emphasize the political meaning of housework The results are as follow; 1) The monetary value of housework of one housewife in 1995 was 783,050won by opportunity cost method . 2) The ratio of household production to GDP 1995 was approximately 16.5%
The Proposal of "politicization of household labor" : Policy Needs and Policy Purposes on Household Labor
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 31~42
This paper focuses on the concept of :"politicization of household labor" to the resolution of houework-related problems which are the products of household work and the women's status. the major discussions of this framework can be summarized as follows: First the policy problems of household labor is that the segregation of market labor and household labor public and private sphere and sex-role affects value of household labor and status of women. Second policy proposals on household labor is related to specific existing policy(family policy women's policy). Third Policy purposes are family welfare and women welfare a symmetry of family and work. Thus policy needs takes concrete shape and policy indicator of evaluing and and policy indicator of supporting. Ultimately it is direct to evaluate the quality of family living.
Attachment Styles and Social Networks of Mothers of School Children
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 43~54
This study examined the impact of attachment styles on the size and the level of functions of social networks. 270 mothers of school children responded to the questionnaire and were classified into secure avoidant and anxious attachment groups. Findings indicated that three continuous attachment indexes security avoidance anxiousness and the size and the level of functions of social networks were not affected by mother's age educational level and employment status. However singnificant attachment style effects were obtained for the size and the level of functions of social networks. Secure subjects perceived their husbands closer and more important and listed more nonkin members in their netoworks than anxious subjects. important and listed more nonkin members in their networks than anxious subjects Also secure people perceived receiving more assistance from network members including household tasks money information and advice Secure and anxious subjects reported more emotio al support from networks than avoidant people.
A Study on Gender and Self-development in Love: Focused on Interview with Single and Married Men and Women
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 55~74
The purpose of this study is to analyze the gender and self-development in love among single and married men and women. This study applies qualitative case study to make sense of the structure and the meanings of love experience associated with traditional gender role independence and interdependence,. This method focuses on the experiences and the meanings of love as understood by interviewees. Interview data used for this study were collected through in -depth interviews of 18 interviewees. The subjects were chosen from lower class and middle class men and women who lived in Soul. Major findings of this study were as follows; First it was found that there is the romantic ideologies of love and that women are responsible for their love relationships. This could be called " the feminization of love" Second feminized love was related to split gender role and caused to its costs for men and women especially conflict over intimacy. third even though there was still feminized love the trend to androgynouis love was found Androgynous love provided an alternative based on interdependence and the integration of love and self-development.velopment.
A Study on the Caregiving and Adaptation in the Families who Awarded on Filial Piety
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 75~92
The purpose of this study was to investigate the caregiving and adaptation in families who awarded on filial piety. Using the qualitative methods-in depth interview genogram ecomap participation observation- 8 families were analyzed The major findings can be summarized as follows (1) These families showed very high family solidarity with strong collectivity. Their family role was interchangable and their familiarity was passed down from generation to generation. (2) Family members showed similar coping patterns on the basis of their own adaptationl Their coping was inclined toward acceptance especially religioous rather than emotional-focused ad hardly avoidance coping. (4) Although their economic emotional and service cares were family-centered with helps from their extended family household equipment for elder care was not prepared. (5) These families preferred to maintain this condition rather than to be well adapted. It was concluded that to help failed elder's family care iving social support program should be complemented in family life enrichment program for their children medical care program equipment rental program for elder in social network religion program and so on, Social norms forparent-children relation has be changed to more flexible care pattern. Also more social-emotional support has to be given to these families.
Current Living Status and Coping Strategies of Families Headed by the Unemployed
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 93~104
Using survey data from 323 families headed by the unemployed this study investigated the characteristics of the current living status and their coping strategies according to their job status(blue or white color) Descriptive statistics t-test and chi-square test were used to analyze the data. The results revealed that families headed by the unemployed have been experiencing economic hardship hardship in housing and problems of family functoning as well as decreased level of living. The effects of unemployment were various depending upon the job type of head of the family. The family utilized several positive coping strategies to reduce financial hardships of the family Discussions and recommendations for the future research and practical welfare policy implication s for the families are identified.
A Study on Conditions for Effective Home Management: Relations to Resourcefulness nd Communication
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 105~120
The purpose of this study was to examine dimensions related to effective managerial actions in association with effects of resourcefulness personal and managerial communications and condition s for effective home management on the basis of managerial process. Including elements of managerial process conditions for effective home management were divided into the four factors performance-condition dichotomy timing high level and middle range. In conclusion first the managerial process for effective management can be classified into the four conditions related to each other. That was termed as 'conditions for effective home management' Second the most influential variables on conditions for effective home management were personal and managerial communication. The four conditions for effective home management need to include communicaion. Third resuorcefulness was a crucial factor in relation to home management resources division. It is recommedned that resuorcefulness needs to de elop managerial actions of housewives.
The Effect of Parent-Bonding Relationship and Environmental variables on Rural Adolescent's Trait-Anxiety
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 121~136
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of parent-bonding patterns & environmental variables on rural adolescent's trait-anxiety. The main results were as follows. Frist mother had more affection and father had more overprotection in parent-bonding patterns. Trait-anxiety was the level of medium. Second home atmosphere home life satisfaction parents' scolding health conditions allowance satisfaction friendship the relationship with home teachers school life satisfaction and teacher's scolding were significnat variables on trait anxiety Third an analysis of parent-bonding relationship environmental variable and trait-anxiety showed that school life satisfaction family atmosphere friendship and health conditions were the most crucial environmental variable while father's care and mother's overprotection were the most crucial parent-bonding variables on rural adolescent's trait-anxiety.
A Study on Leisure Time Leisure Cost and Leisure Satisfaction of Husbands and Wives
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 137~156
The purpose of this study was to investigate couple's leisure time leisure cost and leisure satisfaction and the relations among these variables. Data for 214 couples were gathered from the structured questionnaire and time diary. The major findings of this study were as follows": (1) The amount of leisure time was very different between husbands and wives. And couples' leisure time was different according to wives' employement status,. (2) The amount of leisure cost was very different between couples and between employed wife and non-employed wife (3) Couple's leisure satisfaction was also different between couples and between employed wife and non-employed wife (4) In husbands' model leisure time had significant effect on their leisure satisfaction. On the other hand in wives' regression model different according to employment On the other hand in wives' regression model was different according to employment status. Employed wives' leisure satisfaction was significnatly rela ed to the leisure time and cost while non-employed wives' leisure satisfaction was related to leisure cost and age.
A Study on the Consciousness of the Property Inheritance of the Korean Family
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 157~172
The Purpose of this study is to clarify what a difference the individual family value and relationship make on the inheritance consciousness by focussing on right succeed property among the inheritances rights of family. Questionnaire were distributed to about 450 married person with children over 40 year and among them 384 cases are used in final analysis. Inheritance consciousness of the Korea family shows that the property inheritances to greatly different from the inheritance the family head rituals according to consciousness of the individuals. That is to say the succession of the property is decided by inheritances of the individuals where-as these of the family head and rituals are done by the family norm. such results tend to be made due th the fact that Koreans think of a duty to father a son and make him succeed th the heat of the family on the basis of the strong blood tie of the family that Koreans think t important to keep their family fame and to contain the fam ly existence I. e. they respect their patriarchal system.
Reconceptualizing Home Economics by Focusing the Concept of 'Family life welfare'
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 173~184
The purposed of this study was to reconceptualize home economics by focusing the concept of 'Family life welfare' which pursue the improvement of family life through making the home resourceful and developing the community. The reconceptualization of home economics as family life welfare could solve the problem identification and professionalization which home economics lack of. It also would contribute to the extension of an arena and activation of the Discussion no the family life by criticizing several approaches based on functionalism Finally the utilization of home economics major in public affair means the advancement of women's social participation.
Participation Stategies for
by 'Family Welfare Specialist -Focused on "Family Center"-
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 17, issue 2, 1999, Pages 185~190