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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Apr 1994
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Feb 1994
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Comparison about the Study of elderly housing in Korea , U.S.A. and Japan ( I ) -Focusing on Japan
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 1~7
The purpose of this study was to investigate the difference in the trend of the study of elderly housing for the suggestion of the direction in Korea. This study was the first series about the study of elderly housing and analysed the 164 pieces of researches in Japan. The data were analysed classification with contents first, then examined the class in chronological order, and suggest the trend in the study of elderly housing in Japan. 1. The study of elderly facilities was reported the highest interest and was completed in the latter half of the 1980s except the payment elderly home in Japan. 2. Their second interest was the study of general elderly housing. Rural elderly facilities as a local elderly housing were researched frequently. 3. The study of housing for three generation was studied much in early 1980s, but decreased concerns these days. The study of housing for the elderly was studied the latter of 1980s and concerns were sustained. 4. Trend of the study of elderly housing was classified as follows; 1950s was the stage of unconsciousness, 1960s was the stage of sprout, 1970s was the stage of blossom, 1980s was the stage in full bloom and then the study was peak in 1986 and slowly decrease the concern. 5. In 1990s the study of elderly housing was moved into elderly facilities in a consumer's view and older people's life their family relation.
Adaptive Reuse for Elderly Housing and Residents' Satisfaction
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 9~16
The adaptive reuse of older buildings to housing for the elderly persons is a relatively new but growing phenomenon in the Western Societies. With regard to many tangible and intangible benefits, adaptive reuse can be a way to help older persons who choose "aging-in-place" in the "long-term" community. The exploratory case study indentifies changes in the stisfaction level of residents after relocation to an adaptive reuse elderly apartment in a rural community in the U.S. Data were collected using personal interviews with 17 pre-occupancy and 16 post-occupancy respondents. Findings described characteristics of respondents and dwelling, neighborhood, and overall satisfaction level changes. This exploratory study, one of few studies about adaptive reuse for housing for the elderly, suggests implications for futher studies.
A Study on the Life Style and the Interior Preference of Urban Residents in Apartments
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 17~27
The Purpose of this study is to classify the life styles of urban residents in apartments and to find out possible correlation with their preferences on interior ambience.The selected samples were 3,000 residents from Seoul, Pusan, Kwaungju and Cheonan, and 2,750 of them were analyzed.'The results can be summarized as follows.1.The life style patterns were classified into S types, namely organized type, decoration-oriented type, self expression type, practicality-oriented type and fashion-oriented type. 2. Interior image were classified into 4 types, namely characteristic image, contemporary image, classic image and rich image.3. The interior preference was correlated with the life style patterns, such as organizd type preferred to contemporary image, decoration-oriented type preferred to rich image, self expression type preferred to classic image and practicality-oriented type preferred to characteristic type.4. The patterns of life style and the interior preference differed significantly according to the size of apartment and the age of owner.
A study on the actual conditions of residing environment in children's room and it's utilization - A study on Children's Space from a Welfare viewpoint ( I ) -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 29~45
The purpose of this study are to investigate the actual conditions of residing environment in children's room and it's utilization. Further, basic for the guidence and the effective preparation of children's room and children's residing environment in addition willbe produce through grasping the actual conditions of them.The subjects of this study were 214 5th grade elementary school children living in Taegu. The analysis of the data was done through SPSS pc programs.The major findings of this study can be summarized as follow;1. The greater part of children had their own room, and they had the desk, the book case and the clothes chest in their room. But the numbers of children with the bed were few in comparison to those. And a large number of children wanted to have the bed and the computer in their room.2. There were significant differences in the actual conditions of residing environcent in children’s room according to the independent variables. For example, the existence of children's room was variable according to farther's job(0.1% level).3. The case of having their own room in the period of the lower grades in elemtary school dccupied the highest percentage. A lage number of children passed away time mostly in the women'a guarters. In the cleaner of children's room, the case of doing themselves occupied the highest rate as 51 percent.4. There were significant differences in the actual conditions of utilization in children's room according to the independent variables. For example, the period of separation from their parents was variable according to mother's educational level(5%), father's job(0.1%)and the numbers of room(1%).
A study on the residential Consciousness of their own room - A study on Children's Space from a Welfare Viewpoint ( II ) -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 47~57
The purposes of this study are to serve s$ the bsaic data for the guidance and the dffective preparation of children's room and the children's residing environment in addition, by grasping generally the residential consciousness of children and the consciousness of children's room. For these purposes, the data were collected by using questionnare distributed to 214 5th grade elemantary school children living in Taegu. The data were analyzed using frequency, perecntile, anova, duncan's test, regression analysis. The major findings of this research are as follow: 1. It was found that many children wanted to have their own room because they are quiently able to study without being disturbed in their study. And it is shown that they were generally satisfied with the their own room. 2. There were significant differences in the consciousness of their own room according to the independent variables such as mother's age, father's job, the numbers of room. 3. The residential consciousness of children was variable according to father's age, mother's employment, the order of birth, income, the conditions of housing possession, parent's educational level, housing style, the numbers of room. 4. The mother's employment, father's educational level, the conditions of housing possession, the numbers of room, family numbers were significantly related to the evaluation of their own room. 5. Among the domains of the evaluation of their own room. the degree of width and the degree of convenience were variable to have influence on the satisfaction of their own room
A Study on Upper-Class House in North Kyeung-Buk Region
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 59~69
This paper was made to examine floor plan and block plan of traditional upper-class houses in the north Kyeungsangbukdo region with consideration into city and country each. The results of this study were as following; First, Munkyung area is latitudinally located in northern area along with the Yechon and Andong. However, Munkyung area has open plot system while Yechon and Andong has not. It is because even if Munkyung area is located in the western of Nak-Dong river and belongs to the northern region, it has belonged to the cultural area which is developed around Sangju area. Second, Youngduk area belongs to the east-coast but it had frequent cultural exchange and marriage with Andong which is located on the road along with Tae-Baek Mountain. Due to the cultural exchange, their housing type is very similar to those of Andong which is close plot plan of "ㅁ" type. Therefore, even if Youngduk is located in the east-coast area, it should belong to the cultural background of Andong area. Regionally, the culture of Kyongsangbukdo has been divided into northern area, southern area, and east-coast area. But, the findings of this study indicate that the analysis of location and floor plan of housing should not be based on the natural environment oand geographic characteristics. Hence, it should be based on the all aspects of environment, including social and cultural nature to find more reliable and accurate results.e results.
Exploring an Instrumental Measurement of Quality of Housing Environment
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 71~84
This article tries to develop an instrument for assessing the quality of housing environment by using 67 housing environment variables. The method of factor analysis is used to explore the dimension of the quality of housing. As the result, 5 dimensions of housing environment are extracted. They are, according to the order of their importances, house structure and indoor environment, outdoor facilities and natural environment, indoor facilities and economy, public facilities and social relationship, and convenient facilities and residential feasibility.
A Study on the Quantity of Using Water in APT for Estimating the Reasionable amount of Water Supplied
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 5, issue 1, 1994, Pages 85~90
Using water in each apartment is influnced by several facters including the income level of inhabitants, the manner of life, the area apartments and climate. The automization of santory machines or facilites in recently bulit apartements has caused largely increases in amount of water use. Therefore the design for water supply is very important for the maintenance of the optimum level or pressure of water supply. This study is based on the offer of basic data for improving the quality of water supply and imploying the sanitory machine or sanitory facilites by analysis of amount increased of water use rapidly. The quantity of hot and cold water use by year is examined as a factor of construction in apartment.