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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 the degree of Residents' Dissatisfaction and Recognition to the Apartment Management Fee
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 1~11
This study is intended to analyze residents' dissatisfaction and recogonition to the apartment management fee. The subjects of the study were 244 female residents who live in Seoul and who were surveyed by questionnaire from 15th of Nov. to 20th of Dec., 1997. Satistical method used were: frequency, percentage, mean, Cronbach's α, Factor Analysis, one-way ANOVA, DMR test, t-test Pearson Correlation and Regression by SPSS program. The main results of this study are as follows: 1) The resident didn't mostly know how to account the apartment management fee. 2) The degree of recogonition to distribution of the special maintenance contracts was the lowest level. 3) It was the most dissatisfactory factor not to show items of the special maintenance contracts. 4) The correlation coefficient of residents' dissatisfaction and recognition to the apartment management fee was negative.
A Fundamental Study of the Elderly Housing -Focused on a Consciousness of Sharing Housing & Research on the Actual Condition of Residence-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 13~24
The increasing population of the elderly is a serious problem in our communities, and a large supply of an apartment house are to accelerate rise of elderly population in apartment house massed areas. The living Pattern of the aged is different from other generations. Accordingly, the living arrangements are induces many problems in the housing life of elderly, sometimes it lower in quality of life. The purpose of this study was to search for the actual family life and needs of the elderly in apartment house. And it was to seize discrepancy between three-generation family and elderly living alone. Also by a user of housing for the elderly, it was to search for an acknowledged and an preference degree about that.
A Study on the Lighting Environment Considering the Visual Characteristic of the TV Learning in Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 25~32
This study has carried out two steps. Firstly, the questionnaire was carried out in order to extract visual interference factors in the TV learning spaces. Secondly, on the basis of the questionnaire, it has been carried out two experiments in the TV learning space. In the experiment I, the preferable luminance of the characters and the preferable luminance ratios between the characters and backgrounds on the TV screen are extracted. In the experiment II, the preferable luminance distributions on the TV screen and its surrounding surfaces is found out. The data made in this study is expected to utilize in the lighting design on the TV learning spaces as guides.
A Study on the Characteristics of Apartment Housing Sales Information and Housing Choice Behavior according to Housing Location in Pusan
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 33~46
This study attempts to find out the characteristic of apartment housing sales information and housing choice behavior according to housing location. For this purpose, the apartment housing sales information in newspaper advertising was investigated and analyzed by advertising appeals to clarify the phenomenon of apartment housing sales and the components of home environmental quality according to housing location in Pusan. Then the field survey has been carried out based on 176 households living in Pusan. The major findings are as follows: 1) The components of home environment through AAs were divided into three categories of appeals: residential area, site area and dwelling unit area. 2) Apartment housing developments were differentiated according to period of development and occupancy scales according to housing location. 3) The results of field survey showed users' housing location. 4) The characteristics of apartment housing sales information according to housing location were revealed those characteristic were concentrated on the category of residential area than site area or dwelling unit area. But in housing choice behavior, the characteristics of housing location appeared in all categories of home environment. Therefore, for better apartment housing development and planning, the characteristics of housing location need to be considered more actively.
A study on the Residents' Attitudes for the Shared Community Space of Apartment
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 47~57
The purpose of this study is to find out the residents' attitudes for the shared community space (SCS) according to various housing sizes (60㎠, 85㎠, 102㎠, 135㎠). The major findings are as follows: 1) The residents' overall trends for the SCS showed that the satisfaction rate and requirement rate according to housing size didn't show a significant difference, but there was a considerable difference among the using rates for each category of housing sizes. 2) The kinds of common facilities that residents required were recreational facilities, car-wash facilities, children's play centers, facilities for separation/sanitation for garbage and recyclable materials and lounging facilities in that order. The common facilities that require tenant-management were recreational facilities, car-wash facilities and lounging facilities in that order. The common facilities that require participation in tenant-management were study/reading facilities, recreational facilities and hobby/lecture facilities in that order. 3) With regard to the residents' needs, the tenant-management and participation in it, the kinds of common facilities were differentiated according to housing size (60㎠, 85㎠, 102㎠, 135㎠).
A Study on the Improvement of Economy and the Situation of Residential Land in Downtown
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 59~68
The purpose of this study is to determine the direction of development of residential land in downtown of Taegu. The main findings of this study are follows. The residential land in downtown is narrow in size, has bad accessibility to road and has bad land shape. So if you develop the residential land not separately but related to near place, it will be more profitable. Especially, we can use Hedonic Price Model as a was of making better in economic.
A Study on Living Arrangement Type of the Elderly -Focused on Seo-San Area in Choong-Nam Province-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 69~77
This study has been performed to analyze living arrangement in later life. In this study, 276 Koreans aged 60 or more were interviewed for their current household structure. The results are drawn as follows: 1. Of all the households with at least one person aged 60 or more, those living in three generations account for the largest proportion, 39.9 percent. For the regional difference, the rate was slightly higher in urban areas than in rural areas. 2. 48.7% of the subjects living in owned homes were households with elderly only, but only 23% of those living in rented homes are elderly only. Overall, the rate of elderly-only households becomes the highest for those living in owned single structure homes. This result indicates that the elderly with higher economic status are more likely to live without children than others. 3. As for birth order, those who grew up as the first child are most likely to live in elderly-only households, while others are in three generation homes. 4. The elderly with few children are more likely to live independently than those with many children, not because they are without dependable children, but because spend less resource for childbearing and therefore are more independent. 5. Overall in this, it is supported that socioeconomic status and independability are more influential factors on living arrangement of the elderly than regional or emotional factors.
경년에 따른 전통건축의 이미지 변용 (I) - 일본 이세신궁의 외관을 대상으로 -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 79~86
The image of architecture changes with its age. In spite of its age, traditional architecture still looks like beautiful. This study is to define the change of image for traditional architecture with its appearance. I-se Jingu, Japan was selected for subject architecture because of its new and old one were in same site. In part 1, the image was considered with six scales: gorgeous-modest, strict-loose, hard-soft, orderly-disorder, new-old, and beautiful-ugly. The image of strict-loose, hard-soft, orderly-disorder related with the style, roof materials and damage of materials. Respectively the image of gorgeous-modest is relevent to "beautifulness", regardless of its age.f its age.
Needs for the Housing Consultation in Cities of Korea
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 87~96
The purpose of this study was to identify the need for the housing consultation and information about housing in 6 cities except Seoul. This study examined the relations among socio-demographic characteristics, housing characteristics, and the level of need for the housing consultation and information. The number of 629 housewives were interviewed in Pusan, Daefeon, Inchon, Daegu, Kwangju, and Jeonju. The data were analysed by statistical methods such as frequencies, means, and logistic regression analysis. The results showed that the significant variables related to the needs for the housing consultation were the age, education level, and the experience of housing consultation. Respondents were required urgently the parts of housing environment and housing maintenance and repair.
A Caoss-Cultural Comparative Study on the Evaluation Indices of Apartment Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 97~105
Recent mass construction of high-rise apartments across the country are questionable whether this housing type is appropriate for Korean families as one of housing alternatives. Therefore, cross-cultural analysis is needed for the evaluation of high-rise apartment living. The purpose of this study is to identify factors related to the evaluation of residential satisfaction, and to examine the differences of satisfaction between Korean and American high-rise resident groups on these factors and personal characteristics. The review of literature and factor analysis identified six important environmental factors. 413 subjects were selected from the major two resident groups in major U.S. cities, and Seoul, Korea. An examination by major factors indicated that five except for neighborhood environmental qualities were significant relationship. It was also found that personal characteristics of these two groups were significantly different. Multiple-regression analysis found that both physical quality of dwelling unit and management/maintenance were important predictors of residential satisfaction.
The Study of Ergonomics on Stairways Design in Elderly Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 107~118
In order to provide the basic data for planning of stairways design in elderly housing, the study of Ergonomics were exmined. 3 old women and 3 female subjects were tested: 1) The relations between blood pressure and pulse: In case of the old, blood pressure was the highest at 13 cm and pulse was the highest at 23 cm. But in case of the young, the former was the highest at 23 cm and the latter was at 13 cm. 2) EMG: According to the height of stairs, the significant differences on the statistics were not seen. 3) Riviewing that biological characters according to the finishing materials, in case of the old groups, they feel most stable, as they up the wooden stairs. While they feel very dangerous, as they up the stairs where carpet is on. In the biological characters according to the stairs heights and the finishing materials, the most stable conditions for the old are 15 cm-high-stairs, wooden. And even if the stairs used inside the house, the installment of the handrails at both side must be considered.
Working Activities of the Dallajae Traditional Farmhouse in Lungching, China
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 119~131
This paper is a part of "The Study of the Traditional Korean Ethnic Farmhousing in Yanbian, China". The purpose of this study focuses on Korean farm house and is twofold: 1) to survey the working space and storage space for tools: 2) to investigate the daily use of space according to the different work activities. It is based on a survey of 124 households in the farm villages of Lunching, China. Survey research methods included a field study in Dallajae. A questionnaire was used to conduct this study. the study found that the working space for the koran farm family is divided into an indoor area and outdoor area. The indoor space includes working areas where the families live their daily life, cook, launder, clean, mange the house keeping, usually stare the grain. The outdoor space includes areas to store the grain, farm tools, rice box, shelves and other things such as sewing machine, iron, and tools used for cleaning the house and for farming. The center of life and work for the farm family was the chung-ji-kan (the combined kitchen and major ondol living room) located in the indoor space.oor space.
A Study of Housing Interior Design through Housing Expectations and Housing Preferences of Future Consumers-College Students
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 9, issue 3, 1998, Pages 133~144
The purpose of this study is to analyze housing expectations and housing preferences of college students' first purchased house for the future. Data was collected through self-administered questionnaires for this study and the samples consisted of 797 college students. This study found that college students preferred a high-rise apartments, a 20-24 pyung (66.0㎡-79.2㎡) house in housing size and relatively new house. The housing features and interior features that college students like to have and expected to have in the first residence were different. Their housing expectations were fairly realistic considering their affordability. College students preferred to furnish video and audio equipments, exercise equipments and ceiling fans. They generally preferred hardwood floorings and decorative moldings and expected to have built-in closet in their master bedrooms. They expected to have linen closets and large mirrors in their bathrooms. They preferred ceramic tile counter tops, wood cabinets, vinyl floorings in their kitchens and they also preferred to use kitchen as a utility.