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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 9, Issue 3 - Nov 1998
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Jun 1998
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 1998
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A Study on Higher-Class Houses in Young-Duk Area
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 1~9
This paper is the continuation of the fomer researching "A Study on the Higher-Class houses in Moon-Kyeung Region." and "A Study on the Higher-Class house in Young-Duk area." The study was made to examine the administrative districts in Kyeung Sang Buk Do Province, Korea. This study was aimed to investigate how the houses very according to natural factors including geography and climate. The conclusion is the following: 1) The □-type (A Court House) in the block plan of housing is composed mostly. 2) The □-type (A Winge-House) in the floor plan of housing is more composed than the pure □-type. 3) L-type of the inner space(women's space) is mostly characterized in the floor type and in the type of span-dividision, one and half(1½) spaned house is superior. 4) The majority of the floor plan of the inner space is characterized of the possessing the openning half(½)-spaned room and inner storage room. 5) The cornet-flooring room of outer space(man's space) is charaterized mostly in the floor type.
A Study On the Transformation of types of Windows and Doors with Full-Openable Bay size in Korean Buddhist Temples
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 11~19
A transitional trend of architectural elements which would happen naturally in a building may be a cue to the changes of the times. In this respect, this study is to investigate the transformation of types of windows and doors with the full-openable bay size in Korean Buddhist Temples and search for transitional process on types of windows and doors according to the flow of the times. As the results of this study, the following conclusion could be obtained. 1. The type of bunhap(connected door frame) Deul E-Yul-Gae doors + Deul E-Yul-Gas (life up) single windows would be changed from windows of a bay just beside a on the transition that the whole would be altered into the same type. 2. The type of Bunhap (connected door frame)Deul E-Yul-Gae doors + Bunhap (connected door frame) Deul E-Yul-Gae doors would be changed into Bunhap swinging doors that the whole of windows and doors could be opend very easily. 3. The type of Bunhap swinging doors + Bunhap swinging doors would be seen in the transition that windows and doors would be altered separately due to the exchange from window and doors of one of a middle bay or a bay just beside a middle bay to swinging doors and etc.
The Changes of Apartment House Managerial Problems through the Daily Newspapers -From the first number to 1991 the articles of the Han-Kook Newspaper-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 21~32
This is study on the changes of the Apartment House Managerial Problems to grope for the way of more practical management about increasing the apartment house in Korea. The documentary research method was used for this study and the Han-Kook newspapers (1954-1991) was used as an analysis data. On the basis of it, we examined the changes, such as the number of whole articles by time series and the column of head title. We also classified it into several subjects and analyzed it. Finally, we attempted to divide an chronological section on the Changes of the Apartment House Managerial Problems. On the basis of this study, we expect that various documents, related laws and regulations will be analyzed in no distant future. These is going to make the Apartment House Managerial Problems gave more systemic and efficiency.
A Study on Probability of Home-ownership over the Family Life Cycle -Case of Oaxaca City of Mexico-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 33~42
This study has been designed to analyze longterm trend of home-ownership probability over the family life cycle. In this study, 633 female household heads were interviewed on their critical life event such as pregnancy, birth or death of households, marriage, and residential movement between 1987 and 1990 in Oxaca, Mexico. The raw data composed of 100,000 lines were transformed into yearly segmented observation data, proposed by Allison. The results are drawn as follws: 1) There is significant effect of marriage cohort on residential mobility and home ownership: couples who married in 1960s are likely to change their residence at early stage of family life than those who married in 1940s. They also have lower probability of home ownership for 10 years after marriage than the other cohorts. 2) Over all the cohorts, it is consistent tendency that probability of home ownership continuously increases over the entire family life cycle for 40 years. 3) Of the logistic regression analysis of home ownership on household socioeconomic variables, the homeownership was positively related with age of marriage and time since marriage, and was negatively related with education of female head. Over in this study, it is proven that home owenership is ultimate goal of most families, and it is a function of family event variables.
The dweller's consciousness, satisfaction and demands on bathroom in 30s pyung apartments
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 43~53
The purpose of this study is to provide a basic study for a desirable bathroom planning of the 30s pyung apartment. The survey was performed to the housewives of 30s pyung apartments in Seoul. The purpose of the survey was to examine the dweller's consciousness, satisfaction, and demands on bathroom in 30s pyung apartments, and to give useful information on bathroom planning of 30s pyung apartment. Some details shoul be considered in bathroom planning of 30s pyung spartments. It seems that the bathrooms of bath unit and extra sink and a toilet stool are the most approriate type in 30s pyung apartment among present bathroom types. It is suitable that the bathroom is close to bedroom and the bathroom door faces the wall. There is much meed for a showercurtain and more comfortable toilet stool. It is necessary to reduce the noise of toilet stool and reinforce the soundproofing fuction in bathroom. And the function of ventilation, drainage, and insulation should be improved for better bathroom enivronment. The implications of this findings for apartment bathroom planning and future research were discussed.
Management Evaluation and Satisfaction of Multi-family Housing Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 55~62
The Purpose of this research is to identify management systems that effect to multi-family housing resident's management satisfaction. This study used survey data collected by Korea Reseach Institute for Human Settlement(KRIHS) in 1003. The major findings were as follows: 1) Residents in compulsary management system evaluated housing management higher than ones in optional management system. 2) Quality of mainternanace management and residents' reliability of the representative committee influenced to residents' overall satisfaction of housing management.
A Study on the Space Use Patterns of Urban Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 63~73
This study has a subject for the detached houses and mass housing ( alias dictus, Apartment) on the Dae Gu urban area, and has a process of surveying and analyzing the actual using states of dweller in the residential space and has an object of finding the behavioral pattern of the spatial using corresponded to the living activities. As its result, a cultural searching for urban housing is disciplined with the positive study for surveying the living contents emerged form the residential spaces. Limited into sleeping, eating, hosting, familiarity and family ritual, where and how the living activities is appeared according as the housing types and floor types, and what different and common features of its spatial using is possessed, is focused on this study. As Conclusion, it is found that each living activities are differed in the spatial using behavior according to the housing and floor types, but genetically are inherited by the traditional custom. Thus two behavial directions of dweller in public residential architecture have to be reconsidered in the urban housing culture.
A Study on the Change of Housing Values through Advertisement in Newspaper
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 75~85
This study was designed to know the change of housing values from 1960s to the present, for finding the directions of housing design and housing policy. The content analysis method was used for this study. Data were collected through advertisement about apartment in newspaper, and the sample consisted of 781 advertisements. Frequency, percentage and x2-test were used. The results showed that housing values were changed according to the times. Especially, the economic value, the convenience value, the family centrism value, the location value, and the educational environment value were changed.
The Present Possession and the Future Need of Kitchen Appliances in Seoul Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 87~97
The objectives of this study are to classify kitchen appliances, to identify the possession of present kitchen appliances, and to predict the future need for appliances of Seoul residents. Data were collected through self-administered questionnaires for this study and the sample consisted of 540 households. The results of this study were as follows : The kitchen appliances were classified into the six catagories as major appliances, portable electric appliances, knives small kitchen utensils, cooking utensils, and cookers. There were significant differences in the present possession of kitchen appliances among socioeconomic classes, family life span, housing size, and housing types. And the respondents wanted to possess dish washers, garbage disposals, green grinders, herb electric pots, yogury makers in the future.
A Study on Residential Satisfaction and Preferences of Urban Core Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 99~107
This study intends to analyze residential satisfaction and preference of residents of urban core area. The main findings of this study are follows: First, the residents show high satisfaction levels for accessibility and availability of various facilities. However, they express relatively low levels of satisfaction for safety and amenities. Second, the satisfaction levels of female, housewives, and higher income earners are higher than the rest of residents. Third, more than half of core residents still want to live in the core area. This result implies the possibilities of residential development in the core area.
A Research on Korean Office Workers' Opinions of Home-based Working
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 109~120
The purpose of this research is to provide basic data for future home office design by surveying office workers' opinions about home-based working. The study is based on a survey done with 215 office workers in Seoul. The major findings are as follows. Home-based working is viewed as affirmative among office workers. Office workers thing that 3 days a week is desirable for working at home. The first reason why they want to work at home is 'having more free time for other interests,' the second one is 'being more creative or concentrating on work.'and the third one is 'reducing the stresses from the loaded tasks and relationships between colleagues'. While the first reason why they don't work at home is 'the notion that home is one thing and work is another.' the second one is 'lack of relationships between people.' and the third one is 'unable to concentrate on work because of many house chores.
Householods' Needs of Leisure Facilities and Related Factors in Ulsan
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 121~132
This study examined households' needs of leisure facilities and identified the related factors using the survey data collected in Ulsan. It was found that current leisure facilities in Ulsan were lacked in quantity even though the needs of households were very high. Additionally, the results indicated that age of wife, education of wife, monthly income, and housing size were partially important factors in relation to the needs of various of leisure facilities.
Transition analysis of water pollution in Korea
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 133~141
This study was to provide fundamental information on the characteristics and the process of water pollution in Korea and to establish proper policy and strategies to establish proper policy and strategies to deal with the future situation. Content analysis method with a daily newspaper was applied to achieve the purpose of the study. Total 447 articles about water pollution were obtained from the DongA daily newspaper during 1920-1993. The results showed like there. The articles were categorized to three aspects: water pollutant, the affect of the water pollution, and management and measures of water quality. Based on the number of articles and the analysis of the content, the transition of water pollution could be categorized to four periods. 1920~1971 (Period 1), 1972~1978(Period 2). 1979~1990(Period 3.). 1991~1993(Period 4).
A Study on the Indoor Air Quality of Public Entertainment Facilities.
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 1, 1998, Pages 143~152
This study aims to suggest ventilation design data for Public Entertainment Facilities in relation to Indoor Air Quality. The concentration of indoor air pollution such as CO, CO2, RH, Radon, HCHO, TSP was investigate, and the reguired ventilation rate of Public Rooms was calculated. As resuits of this study, the following conclusion could be obtained. Field measurement of P.E.F reveals that the concentration of CO2 was mist polluted and higher than IAQ standard, while that of other pollutats did not exceed the standard. In underground the concentration of CO2 increased 1130ppm(2 persons) 2170ppm(4 persons) 1970ppm(6 persons). The CO2 pollution was serions problem in underground more than second floor, in only exhaust ventilation system more than exhaust and supply system.