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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Dec 2011
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Oct 2011
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Aug 2011
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Jun 2011
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Apr 2011
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Feb 2011
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Residential Factors and Use Conditions in the Living Spaces of South Korea and Japan
Park, Ji-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.001
The purpose of this research lies in providing basic data for appropriate territorial adjustment within the family by understanding the relation to family members and how 'territorial dislocations' caused by differences in personal space and behavioral domains are used and controlled as living elements. As a result, the following data could be obtained. 1. General usage conditions of living elements. When the order of usage conditions of living elements is reviewed, the living elements interspersed at the personal space and behavioral territory in public and private spaces show a high usage rate, and in the case where living elements are shared with other families, many living elements are controlled by each family. Also, for living elements with a high possibility of sharing, a high consciousness for public usage is shown rather than elements controlling the territory, and the usage rate as territory controlling living elements is not high. 2. Compared to Japan, in Korea elements that can be placed at a certain location are often used as elements that resolve 'territorial dislocation', using furniture rather than objects. On the other hand, in Japan 'territorial dislocation' is often resolved by establishing a personal territory within the living space. Lastly, compared to Japan, in Korea 'territorial dislocation' is often resolved by maintaining a personal territory spatially rather than territorially.
Territorial Disharmony in Occupants When Living Together in South Korea and Japan
Park, Ji-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 11~22
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.011
According to the changing environment of modern society, a resident of the symbols reflects the growing need for housing has risen. Recently the participation of women in Korea, increased divorce rates, diversification of types of jobs, personal life, due to the typically family-oriented values is not the type of atypical forms of various types of households (a person households, newlyweds, Late Marriage Couples, single parent households, cohabiting, single core, including a disclaimer) is formed, and this trend for the social composition of the new housing environment is required. In this study, South Korea, Japan, the two countries central to the values of personal life for the area be developed by the individual but in reality did not meet the residential space in the current "environmental action research" living life based on the construction of a personal area tend to be aware of. Central values of private life, which amplified the possibility of increased prices as the difficulties in living life the most "private area" Building "area of the discrepancies" and controlled through the building of the reason for the tendency of humans in the future by identifying Oriented for the formation of residential space is to provide basic information. In addition, changes in family patterns in Japan and South Korea ahead of the current family patterns by comparing the present and future of Korea is trying to think.
The Change in the Housing Affordability of Japanese Tenants and the Policy Implication
Nam, Won-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 23~32
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.023
The change in the Japanese rental housing policy since the 1990s appeared as a reduction in the role of central government, an expansion in the local government's discretion, and an increase in the dependence on the housing market. As a result, the supply of new public rental housing decreased drastically and the rent regulation was eased. This study is designed to evaluate the validity of the policy change through an analysis of the change in housing affordability of tenants during the period of 1983~2008. The analysis showed that the housing affordability and the accessibility to the housing market by tenants had been improved, confirming that if the public rental housing stock was properly used, the housing needs of the low-income tenants would be met without new supply. Therefore, it appeared that the change in the Japanese rental housing policy may have a certain amount of validity. However, the study pointed out that the validity of the policy change must be limited as the future risk factors such as the possibility of residualisation of public rental housing and the increase of poor households according to job insecurity were not well considered. Accordingly, in conclusion this study suggests that new policy instruments should be developed at central government-level, such as offering incentives for local governments and establishing a housing allowance etc.
Characteristics of Space Usage Patterns by Types of Single or Couple Elderly Households - Focused on an Analysis of Time Use Survey -
Kwon, Oh-Jung ; Lee, Yong-Min ; Ha, Hae-Hwa ; Shin, Hye-In ; Kim, Hyoung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 33~41
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.033
The purpose of this study was to identify characteristics of space usage patterns by types of elderly households(single or couple). For the study, 74 elders who were older than 65 were selected and their living behaviors at their home during a day (24 hours) were analyzed. Respondents were classified into 6 types based on a combination of their household type, income level and health status. The results showed that the elderly residents tended to live a well-regulated life, however, each type had unique time and space use pattern. For example, the more the elder residents were healthy, the more they used many rooms. Frail elderly residents spent most of the day in their bedroom. Also, if they had a spouse, each one tended to use a separate private room for his or her daily life whether they shared a bedroom or not.
A Value Analysis of Accessibility as an Attribute of Housing
Lee, So-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 43~50
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.043
In an aging society, as the number of people with disabilities increases concerns are raised about the quality of life of these people and their access to a safe environment becomes important. The purpose of this study is to find out the value of accessibility as an attribute of housing. To estimate the value of accessible, barrier-free housing, this study uses the Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) and analyzes the factors which affect the Willingness To Pay (WTP) of survey respondents by using Survival Analysis. In addition, the importance and satisfaction of barrier-free facilities in the dwellings of survey respondents was investigated. Since aging could be an important factor in influencing the need for accessibility, this study surveyed two age groups, one group (212 respondents) of people below the age of 65 and the other (162 respondents) of people above 65. The results of this study show that respondents would pay on average 2.67% more for being barrier-free when answering an open-ended question and 3.87% more for barrier-free housing when using the double referendum model. This is the increase in value that the respondents perceive as a consequence of removing all the architectural barriers from a dwelling. On average, elderly respondents would pay 2.99% of housing price for accessible features compared to 4.40% of the younger group. However, if the elderly who have willingness to pay for accessibility, the value the older group put on barrier-free housing was higher than the value perceived by the younger group. Factors that influence the WTP are importance of barrier-free facilities, education level and housing type. The value of dwellings without barriers estimated in this study shows the potential size and value of this kind of housing market to the housing development sector.
A Study on the Discourse for the Improvement of Living Conditions and Housing through Modern Women's Magazines
Kim, Young-Bum ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 51~61
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.051
This study aimed to grasp trends of the discourse for improving living conditions carried out since 1920's, when the sense for mending the irrationality of conventional living emerged in various magazines. Among the movement, women intellectuals played an important roles to discuss reforming daily life and unhealthy, inconvenient houseworks. This study found the ideological background and direction of this discourse, and estimated its important role for housing improvement, analyzing the contents of articles published in representative womens' magazines of the modern times. In the discourse, they thought that it was most important to make houseworks brief and efficient, and concentrated on building rational environment for houseworks. As reforming kitchen system, heating system (Ondol) should be separated from cooking system to improve hygienic and economical condition of houseworks. Reformed kitchen would be equipped with new installations for effectiveness, lightened by sunlight through windows, and finished floor with cement and drainage for sanitation. Also, they suggested new ways of living, planning modern houses with reformed kitchen system, thinking about moving path and distance of housewives. This discourse would be a foundation to the change of kitchen system up to now.
A Study on the Ambivalent Contradictions Expressed in Robert Ventur's Architecture
Kim, Hong-Bae ; Lee, Nam-Gyu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 63~70
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.063
This study was conducted to investigate the ambivalent characteristics of dichotomous contradictions expressed by Robert Venturi's architecture. It focused on his Mother's House, which applied his theoretical practices faithfully among many of his architectural works. First, he sought to change interior and exterior spaces by manipulating the architectural scales of "Mother's House". He achieved tension in space through structural complexities in combination with contradictions. Second, as for the characteristics of ambivalent contradictions, including linear and geometric forms, and plane, there were familarity which emphasizes tradition; external appearances of symmetry and asymmetry which give a comfort feeling; openness and closedness, which were expressed with the size of windows and objects such as molding. Third, the fireplace-chimney and the stair were forming appropriate harmony between contradiction and complexity as they competed for central position on the plane.
A Study on Evaluation Method of CPTED in Multi-Family Housing
Lee, You-Mi ; Lim, Dong-Hyun ; Kang, Boo-Seong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 71~81
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.071
This study aims to make evaluation method as a means to evaluate the crime prevention through environmental design of multi-family housing. According to the analysis of correctness and usefulness of evaluation method in multi-family housing, the preliminary evaluation method is selected. The correctness and usefulness of evaluation method is examined by 2 works. One is analyzing the results of experts' advice about evaluation method. The other is analyzing the results of the case studies of 3 housing sites. Those improve evaluation method to measure the crime prevention through environmental design objectively. As a result, the system of classification is divided into evaluation area and evaluation item. Evaluation area is sorted into four types, i.e. public space, semi-public space, semi-private space, and equipment. Evaluation scores according to evaluation area are different. Evaluation scores of public space are 73. Those of semipublic space are 196. Those of semi-private space are 75, Those of equipment are 28. Evaluation item is divided into 20 items. 20 items are; the entrance of complex, apartment building, recreational space and parking space etc. Checklists according to evaluation items are proposed and detail evaluation criteria according to checklist are proposed.
A Study on the Repair Time of the Construction Type in the Apartment Housings
Lee, Kang-Hee ; Park, Geun-Soo ; Chae, Chang-U ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 83~92
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.083
Apartment is settled down as a main housing type and massive supply has been conducted since 1990's. The government has focused on the housing supply to improve the housing number and cut its price. On the contrary, the management of the housing has been neglected to get an early deterioration. Since 1995's, various ways have been made to improve and maintain the building function and performance. Among these, the long-term repair plan has played a main role to manage the housing condition and plan the repair schedule for preparing the massive cost of repair such as a roof proof, elevator change. The long-tern repair plan provides the repair time and repair rate according to various construction types. Most of the management agent apply the repair standard into the field area. But the repair time could not reflect the present condition and bring into the wrong maintenance. Therefore, the repair time for the long-term maintenance plan would be revised and reflected from the material and technology development. |n this study, it aimed at improvement for the repair time in various construction types which are provided in the long-term repair plan. For this, the 22 management agents are surveyed directly. This study shows that the repair time of the painting are correspondent to the repair time of the long-term plan irregardless of the painting materials. Most of other areas would correspondently similar to the long-term plan. This study could not include the building location, material and other haracteristics. Therefore, the further study would be needed to reflect the building and materials attributes to get the detailed repair time.
Unit Planning of Single Undergraduate Student's Rental Housing Corresponding to their Life Pattern and Housing Needs
Han, Jee-Hee ; Yoon, Chung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 93~102
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.093
The purpose of this study is to suggest unit design considerations for college student's rental houses. To achieve this purpose, life pattern, residential space usage and housing needs were investigated. Data were collected by in-person interviews. Interview participants were 37 single undergraduate students living near the Shinchon station subway line 2. Subjects were selected by housing types-a Gosiwon, a boarding house or an one-room house-. Qualitative approaching method was used, and quantitative analysis was additionally employed to count keyword found during the interviews. SPSS window version 14.0 was used for the descriptive statistics and the analysis of the items with multi-response analysis. The major findings are as follows; a personal space for each resident with a common kitchen and a bathroom was mostly desired for the unit. Therefore, Two diagrams would be used as examples to explain the new concept of unit planning.
A Study on the Planning Consideration for the Realization of Sustainable Housing - In the Aspect the Residents' Opinions at the Pilot Project 'Livable City Making' in Busan -
Kim, Myo-Jung ; Jeong, Ji-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 103~112
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.103
The purpose of this study was to determine the incomplete aspects of the government pilot project 'Livable City Making' Also, the study was conducted to consider a plan that residents will satisfy for the realization of the project. The study used a case study and a survey method in research process. For the case study, two projects in Busan that have similar planning were chosen. The contents of the survey included the residents' interest in their housing area, their recognition and opinions of the pilot project, their satisfaction about the environmental alterations, and their thought about conditions of sustainable housing. The main results of this study were as follows. First, the residents were satisfied with the alteration of the street space and the provision of green and open spaces. Meanwhile they revealed that the preservation of the natural environment and the vitalization of community are insufficient. Second, they also believed that the construction of the pedestrian streets, the provision of parking lots, and the remodeling of the deteriorated buildings are incomplete. Third, the residents believed that the following provisions need to be made for successful sustainable housing waste discharge needs to be minimized, facilities need to be used for saving energy, opportunities for employment need to be provided within their housing areas, and safe street spaces and comfortable traffic systems need to be provided.
Residents' Perception on Living Environment in Metropolitan Area - The Case of Daegu Metropolitan City -
Kim, Han-Su ; Jang, Mong-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 113~120
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.113
The primary purpose of this study is to suggest policy directions for redevelopment project based on analysis of residents' perception on needs and reasons of redevelopment, and development type in old settlements in Daegu Metropolitan City. The main findings are follows. First, the study area is short of public space such as road and parks, occupied by old single detached houses with small parcel. The living environment of the area consist with many 20 years or older two story houses is very poor. Second, most of residents (58.5%) consider economic factors or cheaper rent more serious than other factors such as convenience, amenity, and education facilities. Third, residents want new housing construction even though explanatory power of trash collection, bad smells, privacy is very high in residents' satisfaction. Fourth, most of residents (88.8%) agree redevelopment and show strong preference to high-density apartment construction through demolish-and-development type of redevelopment approach. They are willing to agree the parcellevel redevelopment if governments provides economic supports and temporary settlements. This finding suggests very important policy implications for current government efforts to improve living environment.
A Study on the Model Development of Unit Plan and Cluster Housing, Modern Hanok
Shon, Seung-Kwang ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 121~132
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.121
Hanok with a long tradition in our country, but a significant period of modernization in the process of being cut off did not have continuity. Many of Hanok aging, according to the rapid residential development and life-changing was the subject of a complaint. Conversely, the benefits of Hanok was given to the advantages that compare to a monotonous mass housing of apartments. Despite these changes and the potential of these social needs and demands Hanok quickly did not respond: First, for the life of contemporary and traditional Hanok with a form of gap is a matter of space and style. Economy and lifestyle $20,000 for the era of Hanok was to develop a model for spatial configurations. Second, Hanok in a low density, is evaluated to aging, because increasing the economic utilization of land and tailored to their needs as a Hanok housing requires the development of a model, but this did not present a layered model. The purpose of this study is a modern residential Hanok persistence of this set to have 1) the spatial characteristics of traditional and modern urban life Hanok living space that meets the requirements of the degree of each other, to find sustainable elements, and 2) these demands the modern residential area type, combined with a set of Hanok 3) Korea Hanok cultural characteristics which set is created to residential housing types is to develop a basic research.
Housing Environmental Conditions and Usages of Community Welfare Services among Residents in 'Da-Ka-Gu' Rental Housing and Permanent Rental Apartments
Kim, Mi-Hee ; Noh, Se-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 4, 2011, Pages 133~142
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.4.133
The purpose of this study was to gather baseline data to be used for improving housing environments and developing welfare policies for low-income groups by identifying the similarities and differences in housing environmental conditions and in the usages of community welfare services between the dwellers of Da-Ka-Gu rental housing and those of permanent rental apartment. This multifaceted diagnosis currently being undertaken can be utilized through the lowincome housing planning and welfare policies as the basis for future policy formulation. Self-administered questionnaires and interviews were carried out by 212 dwellers in Da-Ka-Gu rental housing (104) and permanent rental apartments (108) in the city of Gwangju from July to October of 2010. The main findings are as follows: 1. The dwellers living in both Da-Ka-Gu rental housing and permanent rental apartments are satisfied with their housing environment. Specifically, a higher satisfaction with transportation and a lower satisfaction with neighbor's inter-relationships were evident. The dwellers of Da-Ka-Gu rental housing appear to be more satisfied with community spaces and housing management than those of the permanent rental apartments, whereas the latter appear to be less satisfied with the noise of the housing complex than the former. 2. Of the community welfare service programs, a higher usage is shown for meals service, free health screenings, home repair, and after-school learning programs among all residents in the two housing types. In particular, for the residents of Da-Ka-Gu rental housing, the children's education and parent education programs are more popular, whereas for those of the permanent rental apartments, the housekeeping services and health services utilization are highest.