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Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Dec 2004
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Oct 2004
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Aug 2004
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Jun 2004
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Apr 2004
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Feb 2004
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Sense of Community and Community Interaction of Mixed-use Residential Buildings′ Residents : Comparisons between Groups of Mixed-use Residential Buildings′ Residents and their Expected Residents
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 1~9
The purposes of this study were (a) to compare the level of sense of community and community activity of the mixed-use residential buildings' residents with the expected residents for the mixed-use residential building, (b) and to investigate the degree of their needs of social interaction. For the survey the questionnaire from 176 residents of mixes-use residential building in Seoul, and 67 expected residents in Bundang Newtown are used. The analytical methods adopted in this study were frequency, percentage, chi-square test and t-test. It was found that the level of sense of community and the community activities of the mixed-use residential building' residents were higher than those of the expected residents. Their residents reported higher degree of participation on community activities than the expected residents. It was also found that the common space in their residential area promoted the residents' sense of community and community activity.
Determinants of Households′ Stock Investments
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 11~21
This study examined factors associated with the ownership of stock investments and the amount of stock investments of households using the 2001 National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure by National Statistical Office. Households with large amounts of income, savings, and liabilities were more likely to invest in stocks and have large amounts of stock investments. Also, households with young and male householders, highly educated householders, a number of children in school, and housing ownership were more likely to invest in stocks and have large amounts of stock investments. On the other hand, self employed households and dual income households were less likely to invest in stocks and have small amounts of stock investments.
Characteristics of Paternal and Maternal Grandmothers′ Social Support and its Impact on School-aged Grandchildren′s Psychological Adaptation
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 23~34
This study was conducted to identify the characteristics of paternal and maternal grandmothers' social support, and to investigate the relationship between paternal and maternal grandmothers' social support and their school-aged grandchildren's psychological adaptation. The participants of this study were 215 students in the 5th and 6th grades and their mothers residing in Daegu. Collected data were analyzed using t-test, paired t-test, ANOV A, Scheffe's test, and hierarchical multiple regression. Findings of this study are as follows: 1. School-aged children perceived that their maternal grandmothers rendered more emotional and informational support than their paternal grandmothers. 2. Paternal grandmother's social support as perceived by the grandchild varied significantly with the frequency of face-to-face contact, the frequency of phone contact, and the friendship between the paternal grandmother and the mother. Maternal grandmother's social support as perceived by the grandchild, on the other hand, varied significantly by the level of grandmother's education, the frequency of face-to-face contact, and the frequency of phone contact. 3. Perceived paternal and maternal grandmothers' social support had indirect impacts on grandchildren's depression, which was mediated by their mothers' parenting.
Residents′ Attitudes toward Multi-Family Housing Management and their Intention to Participate
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 35~46
The purpose of this study was to examine the residents' opinions on the degree of importance, and satisfaction with, the managerial service of multi-family housing. Residents' participation in managerial activities was also examined, because residents' opinions should be taken into serious consideration in order to improve the efficiency of housing management. Research methods used in this study were survey, field study, and content analysis of professionals' opinions. Survey data of 520 residents who live in multi-family housing were analyzed by means, frequencies, correlation, chi-square tests, t-tests, one-way ANOVA, post-hoc estimation (Scheffee test), and regression. The major findings of this study were as follows: First, many residents were dissatisfied with the quality of managerial service, but they thought that managerial services were very important. For example, they thought that safety inspection of the playground was very important, yet the current level of service was not satisfactory. Second, the characteristics of residents that determined the degree of residential satisfaction were income the location of the residence, and degree of participation in the community events. Third, the residents generally did not want to participate in the managerial services and community programs through such activities as participation in resident committee. In order to improve the housing management efficiency, residents' participation is critical. Some participants in this study pointed out that the details of management service and future plans need to be made public. New management models need to be developed to promote residents' participation and increase their satisfaction in the management.
The Relations among Adolescent′s Perception of Parents′ Marital Relationship, Attachment with their Parents, and school Adjustment
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 47~61
The major purpose of the present research was to examine the effect of adolescents's perception of parents' marital relationship and attachment with their parents on school adjustment. This study also tried to investigate the inter-relationship among related variables, and the differences in the level of school adjustment according to adolescents' general characteristics. The participants were 355 middle and high school students who lived in Chollabuk-Do province. The major results of this research were as follows. First, there were significant differences in the level of school adjustment according to sex, age, and grade point. average That is, the level of school adjustment was higher for males, for older adolescents, and for those recording higher grade point, than for females, for younger, and for those recording relatively lower grade point. Second, parents' marital relationship was positively correlated with positive aspects of attachment with their parents(i.e., communication and trust), and with school adjustment. but negatively correlated with negative aspect of attachment(i.e., alienation from their parents). Finally, multiple regression analyses were performed to analyze the relative significance of the related variables influencing on school adjustment after controlling the effect of sex, age, and grade point. It was found that communication with fathers was the most powerful predictor of school adjustment, while attachment with mothers was not found to be a significant predictor of school adjustment.
College Students′ Perception of Emotional Tie with their Parents and Attitudes toward Parent Caregiving
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 63~74
The purpose of this study was to investigate the variables which account for college students' attitudes toward parent caregiving. The subjects or this research were 204 students(male:98, female:106) who were currently enrolled at three coeducational universities and one women's university located in the metropolitan area. The instruments used for this study were Attachment and Conflict Scale by Song(1986) and Im(1988), and Parent Caregiving Attitudes Scale by Shin(1993). The data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, t-test, Pearson's correlations and stepwise multiple regression. The major results of this study were as follows: First, it turned out that a significant gender difference in attitudes toward parent caregiving exists. Female college students had more positive attitudes toward parent caregiving than male college students. Second, the variables explaining college students'attitudes toward parent caregiving were the extent of attachment with their parents and the experience of cohabitation with their grandparents. The stronger male and female students had attachment with their parents, the more positive attitudes toward parent caregiving they had. In addition, male college students without an experience of cohabitation with their grandparents reported more positive attitudes toward parent caregiving.
Discourse on ‘Wise Mother and Good Wife’ in the 1920′s-1930′s Women′s Ambivalence about the Roles of Wise Mother and Good Wife -
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 75~93
This study examined discourses on “wise-mother and good-wife” in the 1920s - 1930s by analyzing the magazine “Shinyeosung.” This study found the following: 1 “Wise-mother and good-wife” was the ideal type for the “new women” during the colonial period. Hut the role of a mother was far more important than that of a wife. 2. The dominant discourse at the time was that the “genuine” new woman was defined by her motherhood, and she could not have a job because raising children was the most Important task for her. Hut in fact, new women wanted to be a wife through free love and marriage. They wished to be a good-wife in the “new (modern) family” for their loving husbands. 3. The Ideas of “wise-mother” and “good-wife” arose from disparate backgrounds. A woman had to nurture her maternal aptitudes; but had to suppress her passion for free love and marriage. Although she had to learn Western methods of bringing up children instead of the traditional one, she was expected to practice traditional virtues of a wife, not Western attitudes. The role of a mother was decided by experts, but that of a wife was decided by husbands. The function of a good-wife was merely a clever handling of her husband, whereas the function of a mother was considered to require professional knowledge. 4. New women could differentiate themselves from “old women” through the roles of wise-mother and good-wife; nonetheless, those roles were forced by society. They did not have any other viable choices.
Relationship between Satisfaction Degree on Management for Residents, Common Spaces and Sense of Community in High Rise Mixed-use Residential Building
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 22, issue 3, 2004, Pages 95~105
The purpose of this study was to identify the relations among management for residents, sense of community and common space for residents which provided in high rise mixed-use residential building constructed at the end of 1990s. Research method was social survey with questionnaire from 178 subjects collected by the snow ball sampling. Statistical analysis was done by the SPSS 10 for Windows program using frequency, percentage, t-test, one-way ANOVA. Research results showed high degree of residents' management satisfaction in the area of fitness space and business service. And they also showed high degree of residents' satisfaction in common space which include swimming pool, shower and sauna facilities. Satisfaction degree of management for residents became high with the support of residents' common space, so the management of residents' common space might be important in the management of high rise mixed-use residential building. Finally, residents' management and residents' common spaces have an important role to enhance the sense of community.