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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 13, Issue 1 - Nov 2002
Volume 13, Issue 6 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 4 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 5 - Jun 2002
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Apr 2002
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The Housework and Housing Needs of Employed Housewives in KOREA and JAPAN
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~9
The purpose of this study was to analyze the differences housing needs between Korean and Japanese employed wives. Subjects consisted of 90 Korean employed and 141 Japanese employed wives who have children aged between 0-12 years old. The subjects were surveyed with a questionnaire specifically developed for this study to evaluate the housing needs of this growing segment of population. The data were analyzed using the SPSS statistical package. The results of descriptive statistics, x
-test, multiple linear regressions are presented. The findings were as follows: 1) Korean employed wives depend on grandparents and relatives in their child-care and housework when the wives were out. On the contrary, Japanese employed wives put much more values on aid of their husband and community facilities fur child-care and housework. 2) The housing community needs showed significant differences. Korean employed wives wanted to provide a better physical environment for child-care and education of children more than Japanese employed wives. But Japanese employed wives needed more convenient community facilities that could be socialized housework than Korean employed wives. 3) Korean employed wives wanted gathered apartment house, and Japanese employed wives wanted row house. In comparison of working space needs in individual house, Korean employed wives wanted dining kitchen filled with many kinds of electric appliance including laundry space more, Japanese employed wives wanted LDK type which they have family interaction more and to depart laundry space from kitchen.
A Study on the Meaning of Water and Water Space in Korean Traditional Architecture
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 1, 2002, Pages 10~18
The purpose of this study is to discover the meaning of water and traditional water space by the literature review and field study of the water space in Korea. The water and water space were symbolized by mythology, elm-yang-oh-hang, feng-shui, taoism and confucian ideas, buddhism, shin-sun ideas, shijo and landscape panting. That is, the symbolic meanings of water and water space are melt in arts and thoughts. According to literature review and field study, the water and water space represent symbolic meanings, integration with nature, reflection of nature, territoriality, role of boundary, purgation, centralization and practical application.
A Study on Multi-family Housing Site Layout Type of The Housing Site Development Area in Cheongiu City
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 1, 2002, Pages 19~28
The purpose of this study is to define the characteristics of multi-family housing layout in Cheongiu city. The layout were classified into three types: parallel, courtyard and mixed. Of 43 housing estates constructed in the 1980's, the parallel types consist of 34 housing estates, representing 79%, the mixed types 8 housing estates (17%) and the courtyard types 1 housing estate (2%). The dominant form of housing layout during that period was the parallel type, followed by the mixed type. Of the 47 housing estates of the 1997s, the parallel types are 20 (43%), the courtyard 17 housing estates (36%) and the mixed 10 housing estates (21%). Of all of the 90 housing estates, the parallel layout takes 60%, followed by the courtyard type and the mixed type of 20%, respectively. The survey results indicate that the parallel layout is the most dominant form of the multi-family housing built in the last two decades in Cheongju. However, from the middle of the 1990's, there has been a steady increase in courtyard layout and there have been various types of mixed layout. It is claimed that the adoption of various form of housing layout reflects occupants'demand of more outdoor space leer community needs.
A Study on the Inhabitants Who Are Expected to Live in the New Eco-City of Namak
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 1, 2002, Pages 29~36
This study was performed to investigate the awareness of Namak Eco-city, a willingness to move to an ecological city and their related variables. Data was collected through a questionnaire survey given to 491 residents who live in Mokpo, Kwangju and Muan in Chollanam Province. The awareness of Namak Eco-city was medium level and half of the respondents were not aware of that. Multiple regression analysis was conducted to estimate the effects of the variables on the awareness of Namak Eco-city. The most significant variable was the awareness of taco-city. Thirty eight percent of the respondents were willing to move to Namak Eco-City. Two variables were related with willingness to move to the city. Those who were aware of an Eco-city and had more commuting-oriented housing value had more willingness to move to the city.
The Change of Architectural Image with its Age in Traditional Architecture Part 2 - The Image of I-SE Jingu from the Viewpoint of Their Members -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 1, 2002, Pages 37~43
In part 1, the image common to Jingu′s shrines can be represented as "strict" and "beautiful", regardless of their age. The image changed from gorgeous/orderly to modest/disorderly with times. In part 2, the image was considered on the characters of those architecture′s members and elements. The conclusion is as fellows; 1. The members that strongly influenced on the image of "strict" is a roof with it′s shape and color. 2. The decrease of lightness, yellowness and luster of members changed the image of architecture, from "gorgeous" to "modest". 3. Because of "Sabi" made from "modest", Jingu′s shrines look "beautiful".
A Case Study on Reusing Maintenance and Alterations by the Elderly Residing Melbourne and Sydney in Australia
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 1, 2002, Pages 44~52
As a result of the expansion of the nuclear family in society, there has been an increase in the number of elderly people who want to live independently of their children. Australia is one of the countries which has initiated an extensive welfare program for its senior citizens. These services include maintenance of, and alterations to their own homes to make living conditions safer and more manageable. This case study was aimed at finding ways of adapting the services provided in Australia, to meet the needs of elderly Koreans who are in similar situations. It evaluated houses which had been renovated and altered fur the normal as well as the disabled elderly in both Melbourne and Sydney. results of research were as following : 1) Most elderly usually wished to remain as long as possible in their own home and it made them very stable in psychologically. 2) Housing maintenance and alterations were provided as one of social care services fur elderly with low expense and loan from government. 3) Many elderly were also getting various kinds of social services, fur example, meals on wheels, transportation and cleaning service with housing alterations and these ones let their quality of life more improved. 4) Occupational therapist and Architect were always involved in the process of housing alterations for disabled elderly. 5) The alterations which related to bathroom, toilet and steps were very popular and those were considered essential design guide applications for planning of housing for elderly in the future.