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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Dec 1991
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Nov 1991
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An Empirical Study on Classification of the Housing Lifestyle in Urban
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 1~12
The purpose of this study was to classify the types of housing life style. Housing life style was measured using four variables : furniture usage pattern, space usage pattern, family living pattern and heating system. A final Instrument was developed through the two stage pilot surveys. The respondents were 1,292 home-makers of the middle and high economic classes In Seoul and Daejeon, selected through stratified random sampling technique. Data were analyzed using SAS computer packages. The statistics used were frequency, percentage, Pear-3on`s correlation coefficient, Multiple Linear Regression, X2, and cluster analysis.The major findings were as follows : Five representative types of housing life style were found through cluster analysis. They were conventional minimum level life style, conventional optimum famiIy-centered life style, eclectic family-centered life style, contemporary optimum family - centered and contemporary so-cial, leasure-oriented life style.
A Study on the Housing Norm of the Large Cities' Middle Classes - With special reference to the housewives living in Seoul area
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 13~34
The main purpose of this study is to examine housing norm of the middle classes, housing norm and normative housing deficits by independent variables(socio - economic variables, family characteristic variable sand housing characteristic variables).There are two major findings of this study as follows :1. In the housing norm, housing space is 99.Om2, the number of rooms is 3.0, housing structure type is apartment, the maintenance cost is 13 thousand won, and housing tenure is home ownership. And housing qualify is classified into 5 dimensions, and neighborhood environment is classified into 3 dimensions.2. This thesis is to conform Morris et aL.(1984)`s hypotheses that cultural norm is homogeneous in culturally unified society and if it appears heterogeneously, It is the subject`s reporting error of the subjects confusing cultural norm with family norm.
Meaning of Privacy Based on Situational Contingencies of 'Self-Other' Concept
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 35~45
This Paper examines the meaning of Privacy within the content of cultural background of the traditional Korean society, identifying some of the relationships between desired levels of privacy and the situational centingencies of self - other concept along with the relationships between the privacy control mechanism and the cultural norms, This paper discusses several important dimensions, including1) the traditional values, 2) the norms of family life, 3) the children education in the household environment, 4) the `self - other` concept, and5) the privacy control mechanism.
A Symbolic Interactive Approach to Housing and Self Relationship
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 47~55
The focus of this paper is en symbolic interaction of housing and self identity. In terms of housing \ulcorner self interactions, this paper aims at defining how human self is influenced by housing and is reflected on housing.This paper discusses meanings and symbols of housing, it also clarifies the development of industry and technology have effect on housing - self indentify and enrich reification, pseudoindividuality, alienation.This paper concludes that human beings are creative agent and accordingly suggests revitalizing housing environmental representations .
Re - setting up of Dwelling Space based on the Conditions of Furniture Possession - With relevance to analysis of dwelling - behavior territories -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 57~68
This study is concerned with the functions of dwelling space effected by the tendency that the number of furniture in the household has increased in recent years. The functions of dwelling space were grasped on the basis of dwelling - behavior tenitories. The possession of furniture was surveyed In 144 units of apartment house. Observation with questionnaire was carried out through pilot and main survey. 1) The dwelling - behavior territories of Anbang, Living Room and D.K. each were classified into 4 kinds. These territories were assorted into two categories ; first, the similar territories were integrated and specific various territories formatted, second, new kind dwelling spaces were required2) Accordingly, Anbang have to be re - setted up Anbang and storage, Living Room and D.K. re - setted up L.D.K. and Utility. In this way, it coudld be possible, that creative reasonable space were formated for more satisfactory. Therefore relationships between furniture possession and the usage of dwelling spaces wre identified.
Application of Repertory Grid Developmental Method to Extraction of Structural Model in Housing Environment
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 69~76
It is the purpose of this study to abtain a basic information about how the users evaluate housing environment. The structural model of housing environment which is employed Repertory Grid Developmental Method is extracted. This model Is composed of 4 classifications : 1) psychological evaluation, 2) visual evaluation, 3) variation, 4) spaciousness.The extracted model can be expected to be used as follows : 1) It is to provide the knowlege of user's evaluation of housing enironment with designers so that they can explore the optimum solution in environ-mental design. 2) It will be an useful data for selecting an evaluation item in psychological evaluation study using SD(Semantic Differential)method. 3) On the physical experiments, it will be an useful data to select an evaluation item.
An Analysis of the Changes of Urban Housing Conditions in Korea since 1945
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 77~92
This study is to investigate urban housing conditions in Seoul since 1945. The purposes of this study is to analyze the changes of housing conditions and the gap of average housing conditions and the housing norms longitudinally.For those purposes, the indicators that present the housing conditions are introduced, and the changes of average housing conditions are analyzed by social class, using Population and Housing Census and relateddata. Korean urban housing conditions has been better since 1970s in the aspect of quality. It is, however, relatively much worse than that of developed countries. The gap of housing conditions among social classes is large, especially in qualitative indicators, density and housing facilities. Comparing it with housing norm(as an ideal measurement), it is much worse.
A Study on the Maintenance System of Apartment Housing - In case of Taejon City -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 2, issue 1, 1991, Pages 93~114
This research was conducted toward the types and kinds of repairing the randomly chosen apartment buildings. The conclusions are : There are eleven types of repairing executions, re - analyzed into thirty \ulcorner one kinds. For the public spaces, in and outside the buildings, there are five types and fifty - one kinds. The management of the buildings are all self - governed with the plannings to continually repair. The claims are most frequently answered by re - equipping the facilities of kitchen work. the bathroom facilities, etc. And for the public facilities there are claims against the bad conditions of electricity, noises tem other fleers, upper and lower, and moistures on the walls. The suggestions for the improvement of the apartment housing conditions may well contribute to the plannings for repairing the facilities, private and public, of the apartment buildings.