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Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2002
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2002
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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Effect of Grandchildren's Solidarity with Their Grandparents on Caring Attitude for the Elderly
Hong, Dal Ah Gi ; Ha, Keun-Young ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 107~121
The purpose of His research was to investigate the effect of grandchildren's solidarity with their grandparents on their caring attitude for the elderly. The participants were 311 college students in Chollabuk-Do province. Such statistical methods as factor analysis, ANOVA, Duncan's multiple range test, t-Test, pearson's correlation analysis, and multiple regression analysis were performed for this research. The results showed that the solidarity with grandparents was significantly different according to the college grade, birth order, mother's and grandparents' educational levels, economic status of grandparent, relationship with parents, and grandparents' ages. It was also found that there were significant differences in the levels of grandchildren's caring attitude for the elderly according to the college grade, occupational status of mother, relationship with parent, parents' educational levels, and family atmosphere. Finally, multiple regression analysis results indicated that grandchildren's caring attitude for the elderly was significantly influenced by grandchildren's affectional and contact solidarity with grandparents, relationship with parent, and grandparents' economic status.
Relationship of Children with Their Teachers and Children's Social Competence
Lee, Jin-Sook ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 123~134
This study was designed to examine the relationships between three distinct dimensions of teacher-child relationship(closeness, conflict, and dependency) and various aspects of children's social competence. The subjects were 101 children at their ages of five to six years old (56 keys, 45 girls) in Jeonju city. The data were collected through preschool teachers by using self-administered questionnaire method. The results showed that teacher-child relationship was significantly associated with their social competence in preschool. Specifically, closeness in children's relationship with their teachers was fouled to be strongly correlated with children's social competence, white conflict between children and their teachers was negatively related with children's social competence. Finally, children's dependency on their Coachers was associated with children's problem behaviors.
Variables Related to Etiquette Consciousness and Performance of Adolescents
Chi, Keum-Soo ; Na, Ji-Won ; Lee, Jin-Sook ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 135~147
This study was to examine the differences in the levels of etiquette consciousness and performance of adolescents according to individual variables (sex, school, and self-esteem), family-related variables (parents' age and education level, and subjectively perceived living standard), and. etiquette-related variables (communication on etiquette, experience of etiquette education, parents' interest of and necessity. of etiquette education). The subjects were 394 middle and high school students in Jeonju. Such statistictical methods as t-test, F-test, Pearson's correlation analysis, and stepwise regression analysis were performed for this research. Results showed that the levels of etiquette consciousness and performance were slightly high. Among the domains of etiquette consciousness and performance, the levels of bowing manner and public etiquette were found to be relatively high. The etiquette consciousness and performance were different. according to adolescents' self-esteem, subjective living standard, and such etiquette variables as communication on etiquette, experience of etiquette education, parent's interest and necessity of etiquette education. Communication on etiquette was the most powerful variable influencing adolescents' etiquette performance. The results implied that the etiquette education need to be performed both in family and in school.
A Study on the Entrepreneurship Consciousness of the College Students
Cha, Sung-Lan ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 149~167
The purpose of this study was to examine the entrepreneurship consciousness of the college students in Daejeon City. The following results were fund: First, the level of the entrepreneurship consciousness of the college students were very high. Second, the younger group tended to be more active in venturing during the college time. Third, the group over 23 years old tended to have higher level of the abilities as a man of enterprise. Fourth, students with the self-employed parents tended to be high level of entrepreneurship consciousness and their personal traits for the enterprise compared with other groups.
Money Beliefs and Behaviors and Experiences of Female College Students; A Comparison of Korean, Japanese, Korean-and Japanese-American Students
Kim, Jung-Hoon ; Masuo, D. ; Malrouto, L. ; Hanashiro, R. ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 169~175
This paper compared the money beliefs and behaviors and the experiences of four different groups of female college students using furnham's(1984) money Beliefs and Behaviors (MBBS) scale. These four groups were Korean, Japanese, Korean-American, and Japanese American. Two hundreds of female college students were surveyed. Results from an exploratory factor analysis of the MBBS indicate the four factors: Obsession, Power, Anxiety, and Budget. There were significant differences in factors of the money beliefs and behaviors and the selected variables of the money experiences among compared four groups.
A Study on the Men's Costume of
in Edo Period
Park, Ok-Ryun ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 177~188
The purpose of this study was to appreciate Japanese clothing and ornament of the men's costume that showed a unique style of Japan as well as a mixture of foreign civilization in Edo period. The data related clothing, ornament and art of Japan were collected from books and slide films that had been studied in Japan, because the data studied in Korea were not enough. The results were as follows: First characteristic is. the dualism. The dualism was shown in the social class, estheticism and originality. In terms of the social class, the feudalism remained through their heraldry or mark of organization even though it was broken down. In terms of estheticism, it showed the coexistence of gorgeousness and plainness. In terms of the originality, it showed the coexistence of original Kosode and Kappa under the influence of Southern barbarians' mode. Second characteristic is the utility.
was needed to the functional clothing because of Its social position that had much activity. Therefore, the utility was shown in a simple silhouette of Haori and Hanten and in its way of wearing.
Relationship between the Attitudes toward Underwear and Personal Characteristics of University Female Students in Cheongju
Choi, Jong-Myoung ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 189~196
The purpose of this study were to elicit the attitudes toward underwear, to compare the difference according to the demographic variables, and to find the relationship between the attitudes toward underwear and social-psychological characteristics of university female students in Cheongju city. The questionnaires were to measure the attitudes toward underwear, the demographic information, and social-psychological characteristics. As statistical analysis, frequencies, mean, t-test, F-test, factor analysis, and correlation were used. The results were as follows: 1) The female students regarded tactile sensation of underwear fabrics as the important element in their attitude toward underwear, while they showed a little interest about gorgeous underwear style. 2) The freshman students have strongly. fixed ideas about the under wear, the other(sophomore, junior, senior) students showed more interest in decorative and fashionable aspects of underwear. 3) The attitudes toward underwear were classifies into six factors; intension about high quality, decorative design, stereotype, immodesty, style and comfort. 4) There were partially significant differences according to demographic variables in the attitudes toward underwear. 5) Also, there were significant correlations between the social-psychological characteristics and the attitudes toward underwear.
Development of the Measured Scales for Purchasing Motivation of Inbound Tourists about Fashion Goods
Cho, Ji-Hyun ; Suh, Chul-Hyun ; Chang, Kyung-Soo ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 197~209
The purpose of this research was to develop of measured scales for purchasing motivation of inbound tourists about fashion goods. A self-administrated questionnaire survey method was conducted among foreign tourists visited in Dongdaemun market. Data from 615 of inbound tourists were analysed by using factor analysis. As the results of the survey, 6 factors related purchasing motivation were derived; satisfaction, practicality, fashion, memory of tourism, eonomy and impromptu. The adequate indexes were shown from final models, such as RMR=.047, SMSEA =.043, CFI=.935, GFI=.956, AGFI=.937 and NFI=.888. It means that these values are appropriate to the measured scales for purchasing motivation of inbound tourists for fashion goods.
Dietary Behavior and Attitude for the Food and Nutrition Section in the Home Economics Curriculum of Middle School Students in Rural Area
Hyun, Myong-Seon ; Chang, Young-Sang ; Hyun, Wha-Jin ;
Korean Journal of Human Ecology, volume 11, issue 2, 2002, Pages 211~222
The study was performed to investigate the dietary behaviors and attitudes toward the lesson of Food and Nutrition in Home Economics course among middle school students in rural area. The participants of the study were 647 second-grade students in a middle school in Geumsan-gun, Chungcheongnam-do. The main nutrition problems of the students were found to be deviated food-intake habits and irregular meal time. Twenty six percent of female students and 14.8% of male students skipped breakfast. Seventy three percent of the total students have a tendency of food aversions. The food groups they dislike most were vegetables and pulses. They answered they got nutrition information mostly from the class at school. Their favorite topic in the lesson of Food and Nutrition was cooking. Some students did not like Food and Nutrition because it requires too much memorization. Teaching methods they liked were lecture, discussion, and audio-visual presentation. Although 81.7% of the students thought that the lesson of Food and Nutrition was useful, only 17.1% of the students practiced what they learned from the lesson. These results confirm that nutrition education in middle school is essential to the students in rural area and that it is needed to find an effective teaching method and materials for them to change positively their food behaviors at daily life.