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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 1, Issue 2 - Sep 1990
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Mar 1990
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A Theoretical Approach for Establishing the Analytical Model of Urban Housing Classes
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 1~8
There has been a discussion about housing classes in sociology and cultural geography since Rex and Moore`s study that housing classes are existing according to home ownership. Besides social classes. housing classes as a variable which explains life styles are existing. The study of housing classes needs microsociological approach which includes multiple aspects of resident`s social class, family type, home ownership, residential area.
A Study on the Stored Items in Apartment Bedrooms
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 9~26
The purpose of this study is to analyze the quantity, residents` storing manner, and frequency in use of the stored items in bedrooms. and to comprehend the relevant desires of the residents in apartments. The results of the study are summarized as follows; 1. The quantity of the stored Items in bedrooms of apartments were measured after classified into 4 categories; Western style clothes, Korean costumes, underwears, and miscellaneous items. The quantity of the stored items In Rl(the largest bedrooms) was more than twice as many as in R2(the second largest bedrooms)2. The stored items were divided inte 3 categories according to the manner in which they were stored; those generally hung, those generally folded, and those hung or folded half-and-half.3. The frequency in use of the stored items was classified into 2 categories-those used "always" or "often" and those used "seasonal" or "seldom"·and shown diversely according to the kind of items4. It was shown that most residents in apartments were not much satisfied with storage space, i.e.. they generally fell the storage space insufficient. And they tended to want more wardrobes in Rl, and more shelves in R2.
Meaning and Transfiguration of Maru/Taechong Space in the Modernization of Housing in Korea
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 27~35
In the course of modernization coupled with industrialization and urbanization. Maru or wooden floor and Teachong or great hall of Han-ok or traditional Korean housing has experienced functional as well as physical changes to a remarkable degree. The author made an analysis of the transfiguration of Maru/Taechong space(M/T) with relation to: 1)Madang or yard. 2)Anbang or inner room, 3)Hyon-kwan or vestibule. 1) In relation to Madang, interiorization of M/T by way of setting sliding glass doors has begun to appear. 2) In connection with Anbang, division of role/function is being observed as far as family entertainment and reception of intimate friends is concerned. 3) Owing to wider acceptance of Hyon-kwan space as a buffer zone system, the advent of Keo-sil or living room is thought to be facilitated. The analysis, however, does not say that Keo-sil of modernized Korean housing might well be interpreted as the mere extension type of M/T of the vernacular housing.
A Theoretical Approach for Modeling of Housing Life Cycle
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 37~48
The objective of this study is to suggest a housing life cycle of Korean families which adds to the establishment of reasonable housing standards and to the prediction of fufure-oriented family housing behavior by reviewing published papers. Following model is suggested as a housing life cycle suitable to assess the family housing behavior in Korea. 1st stage : period of house searching 2nd stage : period of house changing 3rd stage : period of house stabilizing \circled1 size enlargement phase \circled2 quality improvement phase \circled3 stable settlement phase 4th siage : period of house contracting 5th stage : period of house depending Since the proposed model is hypothetical, it must be tested and modified by the extensive social survey research on the real housing event history.
An Exploratory Study on Home Concept through Verbal Expression of Middleclass Apartment Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 49~64
Studies on housing concept currently activated by environmental psychology are in its early stage of developement. The trends can be characterized as case oriented, phenomenological, and exploratory. The purpose of this research was to explore empirically the housing concept from residents living in multi family housing complex through their verbal expressions. Subjects were 63 housewives of middle class households in Junggae area. Interview technique with open questions about housing concept and images was used. The responses were analyzed using content analysis in which episode was the analysis unit. Relaxation appeared the most important aspect of housing concept This seemed to imply the need for escaping from the modern city life with too much stimulus or stress. Answers on specific images considered desirable to keep and continue from past traditional housing to future housing showed their strong need for natural green environment such as garden and park. This supported the concept of relaxation as a major function of modern housing and showed a specific alternative mean to satisfy the relaxation concept.
A Study on the Living Environment Organization System in Traditional Village - In the case of the Sugok-dong in the Imha Dam Flooded Area -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 65~76
Sugok Villiage. of the prospective flooded villiages for building Im Ha Dam, is selected as the studied place. Primarily, the purpose of this study is invested, recerded about traditional living environment, and then searched to find out possibilites on the context of the inheritance of analyzing about life contents and space. The result of this study are as follows:1) In composition of living environment, thinking view on confucianism and living view on folk beliefs are considered as important element2) Hierarchy of life environment is appeared of above and below space.(focused on JONG KA) and inner and outer space(boarded on pine forest) on the other hand according to living territory life environment can be divided into five territories.3) Confucian ideas, social status, folk beliefs and economics has been affected about formation of individual life. Accordingly, I believe that true inheritance of traditional culture was, through preserving mental contents as well as physical contents, possible.
A Study on the Patterns of Eating and Cooking Spaces Usage of the Residence in an Urbanizing Rural Community
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 77~88
This study aims to investigate the patterns of eating and cooking spaces usage of the residence in an urbanizing rural community and suggests planning data to help plan which reflect the residents` housing needs. For the purpose of this study, Sam ga-3ri village and Yoo bang-2ri village in Yong-in, Kyungki-do, which showed a changed living pattern by urbanization, was chosen and the field survey method was used. As a results of this study, I have shown that although rural housing needs to modernized it should not simply duplicate the organization of the urban kitchen. The residents of rural communities need for modernized their cooking facilites, but they need to do this in a way that fits their lifestyle.
Experimental Study on the Thermal Characteristics in Ondol Heating Systems
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 91~102
The aim of this study is to discover thermal characteristics of Ondol heating systems. The housing subjected was categorized into detached single family houses and apartments, reinforced concrete and brick structures, intermittent and continous heating system, and the space subjected was bedroom. In order to understand the thermal characteristics of each floor heating systems, the vertical distribution of indoor temperature and the distribution of surface temperature on the floor were measured. The vertical distribution of indoor temperature except the measurement point 1 largely showed average temperature distribution, and the temperature of the measurement point 1 in the housing surveyed showed the highest temperature in the house "sample A" because of the radiation heating from the floor of the Ondol room. As the result of the measurement, the thermal characteristics of each heating system were more stable distribution in apartments of R.C structure.structure.
A Study on the Utilization of Resident Living Space in Upper Class Residence of CHO-SUN Dynasity - Through the Rites of Passage in the MAN-CHUI-DANG -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 103~111
This study has researched on the utilization of living space through interview with a owner of the MAN-CHUI-DANC. The aim of the study is to grasp-the resident living and dwelling ceremony through rites of passase of the MAN-CHUI-DANG among the upper class residence of Korean traditional house A result of this study , Korean traditional house have been so inhered multipurpositive and adaptability that dwelling living space for the rites of passage is always separation, transition, coordination as living aspect.
Scondary home economics teachers' opinions reganiding importance of teaching verious housing concepts and use of teaching method and media
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 1, issue 1, 1990, Pages 113~128
This study was designed to identify the problems in teaching housing course at secondary level. The main tasks of Investigation were to: (1) identify appropriate housing concepts to be taught at secondary school, (2) determine the Kinds of media and methods used for teaching housing course at secondary school. The questionnaire was divided Into three sections: (1) the teacher`s background, (2) the teacher`s opinion regarding the importance of various housing topics to teaching. (3) what type of media and methods were used by teachers. Data were collected In Pusan during November 1959. The Sample, 150Home Economics teacher was randomly selected from secondary school list in Pusan. Responses from 122 Home Economics teachers, were processed by the S.P.S.S. computer program. and N.P.E.R.C using for frequency counts and percentages to analyze the data from all three sections of questionnaire. One-way Analysis of Variance and Newman-kuels Multiple Comparison test were used to reject or accept the hypotheses. The major findings were: (1) there were some difference between teachers` opinions regarding the importance of various housing topics to teach and teachers actural practice of teaching housing concepts and topics, (2) teachers taught housing concepts which were important to teach by their opinion, even though those concepts were neglected in textbook, (3) teachers did not use a various of media and methods for their teaching housing class, (4) the important reasons given why the teachers for not using the various media and methods were because of undesirable educational situations, and (5) there were some significant differences between teachers` background and teachers` opinion regarding importance of teaching topics in housing class at secondary school, using media and methods.