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Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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Volume 18, Issue 4 - Dec 2000
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Sep 2000
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Jun 2000
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Mar 2000
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A Consideration to the Application and Direction of the Study on Family Business
Jeong, Yeong Geum ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 1~1
The purpose of this article is to develop the study on family business in the field of family resource management. For this purpose, this article identifies the concept and scope of family business and analyses the subject of related studies. And the availability of the study on family business is examined through the relation of that and family resource management. Finally, the future direction for study and education of family business is suggested.
A Study on the Role Performance of Husband in Sixteenth-century through the Diary 『Soemilok』
Kim, Seong Hui ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 13~13
The purpose of this study was to investigate the role performance of husband in sixteenth-century by reviewing the diary 『Soemilok』written by a Yanban. The major findings drawn from the literature were as follows: The husbands in sixteenth-century were under lots of obligations to support their family like ones in industrial society. But the husbands of traditional society participated much more as managers in household production and consumption such as housework, family care and shopping than the husbands in these days. Most people tend to believe the housework in the traditional society was socially defined as women's work, but the husbands in sixteenth-century performanced the managerial housework as well as wives.
A study about change in marital ethic consciousness and conflict during the enlightenment period;Based on newspapers and Shinsoseol
Jeon, Mi Gyeong ; Lee, Jeong Deok ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 25~25
This paper serves to analyze the change in marital ethic consciousness and the family conflicts that have resulted from it at the beginning of the modernization stage or the enlightenment period of Korea. For the analysis, the estimated time frame of the enlightenment period will be from 1860 to the time when the Japanese annexed Korea, which was 1910. The discourse of newspapers and Shinsoseol which are the text of the study have been analyzed with the qualitative research technique. The major conclusions that are derived from the study are as follows: First, during the enlightenment period, concubines and the husbands who owned them were heavily criticized. A monogamous emerged as proper marital relationship, and from that, conjugal affection was emphasized. Second, the most conspicuous side in husband's ethics was weakening of the patriarchal right and the impoverished financial situation during the enlightenment period placed heavy emphasis on the husband's ability to support his family. Third, even though the intellects stated that women's conjugal faithfulness was a beautiful thing, they argued that remarriage of the widows should be permitted. Fourth, the change in family ethic consciousness led to family conflicts. Couples had to blend a Confucius way of marital ethic consciousness with a Western one. This confusion was the leading factor of family conflicts.
Work Stress, Spouse Support, and Psychological Well-being of Employed Men and Women
Lee, Hyeong Sil ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 47~47
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of work stress on the psychological well-being, with a moderating effect of spouse support and to identify gender differences in the significant moderating effect of spouse support. This study was based on a sample of 521 respondents(258 women and 263 men) in dual-earner families. The analysis of mean differences indicated that employed husbands reported higher levels of spouse support and psychological well-being than employed wives. However, employed women and men experienced similar levels of work stress. The findings of this study provided support for the moderator role of spouse support on psychological well-being in a sample of employed women. Employed women high in work stress and low in spouse support experienced significantly lower psychological well-being. However, this study provided no support for the moderating effect of spouse support in employed men. Results showed that spouse support exerted a significant direct effect on psychological well-being for employed men.
Analysis of Consumption Patterns of North Koreans and Their Differences from South Koreans' Based on the Study of North Korean Defectors
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 57~57
Living Culture, which is a pattern of peoples' everyday living, is influenced by socio-economic conditions as well as ideology of a society. Generally what one society's members want and desire are clearly manifested by their consumption patterns. The purpose of this study is to identify the consumption patterns on North Koreans. North Korea and South Korea have been segregated for about 50 years and North Korea has developed a uniquely closed economic system. So differences in the culture of consumption resulted from value orientation and way of market operation should be probed to understand and create the whole one in the process of reunification. This study employed two complimentary research methods-in depth interviews and survey which were carried out with North Korean defectors in South Korea. Findings were provided by 7 parts, overview on consumption patterns of North Koreans, income aquisition and financial management, level of desire and satisfaction on consumption, market and transaction, pattern of expenditures and savings, consumerism and consumer protection, differences in consumption patterns of North Korea and South Korea.
Development of a smoking prevention education program for elementary school students;Focusing on students in grade 6
Sin, Yeong Suk ; Hyeon, Eun Min ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 75~75
The purposes of this study were to develop a Smoking Prevention Education Program and to identify effectiveness of the program regarding knowledge, attitude and smoking behavior of elementary school students. This smoking prevention education program focused on cognitive, social and psychological factors based on two theoretical framework - social learning theory and ecological approach. The goals of the smoking prevention education program were to increase the level of cognitive ability related to the effects of cigarette smoking on health and social consequences. Secondly, the program helped students understand the complex social influences on onset and maintenance of smoking. Lastly, this program emphasized training students coping skills to deal with social influences, to gain self-confidence and a sense of responsibility about their smoking behaviors. Research design consists of the quantitative and qualitative methods. As for the quantitative research the experimental group and the control group analyzed comparatively by the pre-post tests results with SPSSWIN statistical package using t-test, chi-square and ANCOVA. As for the qualitative research journals of both teacher and students were content analyzed. The major findings were as follows: 1. The level of smoking knowledge of experimental group was higher than that of the control group. 2. Attitude toward cigarette smoking of the experimental group changed negatively compared with that of control group. 3. Smoking rate of the experimental group became lower than that of the control group. This study can be a first step facilitator to develop more comprehensive smoking prevention programs. Future studies need to develop a longitudinal model to identify the long-term effects of cigarette smoking consequently.
A Scheme for Standardization of the Apartment Management Expenses Levy in the District of Busan(Ⅱ);focused on the apartments of the central heating system
Gang, Hye Gyeong ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 95~95
The purpose of this study was to develop a scheme for standardization of the apartment management expenses levy focused on the apartments of the central heating system in Busan. The researcher with apartment managers and executive secretaries of Busan Citizen's Coalition for Economic Justice performed a scheme for standardization through discussion of 30 times as well as investigation of theoretical literature. This scheme for standardization was based on the Act for Community of Dwelling Houses.
Saving Behavior of Elderly Consumers
Sim, Yeong ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 113~113
The purpose of this study was to examine the saving behavior of elderly consumers. The study problems for the purpose were to examine the propensity of savings, to compare the characteristics of saving elderly consumers with those of non-saving elderly consumers, and to know the saving motives of saving elderly consumers. The results were as follows: the saving propensity with respect to the average monthly savings was .721, the propensity with respect to the average monthly saving rate was .0002, and the propensity with respect to the accumulated net savings was .311. The average monthly savings, the average monthly saving rate, and the accumulated net savings were decreased with age up to the age of 79, and then increased from the over 80 year of age. There were statistically significant differences between the saving elderly consumers and the non-saving elderly consumers in the characteristics of age, disposable income, level of education, job status, health condition, housing ownership, residential area, and economic help from a society. About 61% of saving elderly consumers have a precautionary saving motive. There was a statistical significance in the monthly savings among the saving elderly consumers by saving motives.
Consumer Problems in Door to Door Selling
Yang, Hui ; Lee, Gi Chun ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 127~127
The aims of this study are to explore consumer problems in door to door selling and to find solusions of them in three aspects, that is legislation, door to door companies, and consumers. The methods of this study are both reviewing literature and intervewing consumer counseller, the staff of the companies, and public officials. The findings of this study are following : 1) Problems in the legalistic aspect are imperfection of the law, inefficiency in execution of the law. 2) Problems in the aspect of door to door companies are deficiency of competitiveness of small business, insufficiency of education on salemen, consumer damage in using credit cards, consumer fraud of weak consumer, and imperfection of self imposed control of the association. 3) Problems in consumers' aspect are improper managing consumer fraud, shortage of knowledge of the law, lack of consumer responsibility.
The Influence of Couples 'Sex-Role Attitude and Wives' Domesticity on Their Marital Satisfaction with Reference to Wives' Jobs
Lee, Mi Suk ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 145~145
The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of couples 'sex-role attitude and wives' domesticity on their marital satisfaction with reference to wives' jobs. The subjects consisted of 620 coples who live in Seoul or the province of Kyungki-Do. The structured questionnaires, one for the husband and another one for the wife, were distributed and collected. The major findings are as follows : Wives' domesticity influences marital satisfaction in a positive way, in case of full-time housewives' couples and blue-collar employed wives. And, flexible sex-role attitude influences marital satisfaction in a positive way, in case of the couples of office-worker wives. But, the incongruity of sex-role attitude between husbands and wives influences marital satisfaction in a negative way, in case of full-time housewives and professional-employed wives' husbands between wives' domesticity and their couple's marital satisfaction in order to lessen their dual burdens, especially in case of employed wives.
A Comparison of Income, Consumption Expenditures between Elderly & Non-Elderly Households: 1982-1998;Focusing on Urban Households
Im, Jeong Bin ; Kim, Yun Hui ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 163~163
This study is aimed at understanding the structure of consumption and expenditure and financial structure with the focus on comparison between elderly household and non-elderly household and determining the change of structure of consumption expenditure and structure of urban laborer household based on the Family Income and Expenditure Survey of urban household during 1982-1998. The main results of this study are as following. Firstly, The property income has increased over 3 times for elderly household compared to non-elderly household. Secondly, The items that showed increase in both the total consumption amount per category and the composition rate are food away from home, transportation and other consumption expenses. This study is valuable as the basic data for composing educational materials for financial planning of elderly households. However, since the subject of this study is limited to laborer families, there is limitation in determining the income and consumption disposition of total general elderly households.
The historical study on wedding in The Literatures of the proprieties of a family in the latter of Cho-sun Dynasty
Lee, Gil Pyo ; Choe, Bae Yeong ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 177~177
This paper aims to provide the education data illuminated the value criterion and meaning about the wedding through studying literatures of the proprieties of a family and carrying the case study about the wedding culture from the first of 19th to the early days of 20th. The results of this study are as follows: 1. The wedding in the literatures(「Karyejakui(1810)」·「Kwangyeram(1893)」·「Jungbosaryepyonram(1900)」) contained the view of a couple's harmony, childbirth, filial piety and respect to ancestors. 2. The preparation process of wedding was the one of home living cultures accompanied the accord between men and women. 3. The wedding was significant as the essential and practical aspect corresponding to the social actuality at that time. 4. It also had the meaning of the eternal nature in life and death.
Review of the Issues Related on the Use of Debt by the Households
Choe, Hyeon Ja ; Seong, Yeong Ae ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 18, issue 4, 2000, Pages 193~193
This study was performed to identify the issues related to the consumer use of credit. The general issues were devided into three areas according to the point of time using credit. Due to the characteristics of the consumer credit offered by credit card, issues related to the use of credit card were discussed separately. Based on the results, a curriculum guideline of consumer credit management education and counselling program was suggested.