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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 1, Issue 2 - Sep 1995
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
Selecting the target year
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 15~17
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 18~20
농어촌 정주생활권 개발계획
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 21~23
면소마을 개발에서의 공간조직과 건물특성 - 횡성 우천 1995 -
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 24~26
관광농업의 개발 및 운영 전략
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 27~29
산촌지역의 자원보전과 관리
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 30~32
A Study on Rural Land Use Planning Technique ( I ) Sub-regional Analysis by Principal Component Analysis -
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 33~42
For formulation of the rational land us2 plan in regional base, it is a basic and prior condition to categorize total planning area into some functional subregions by purposely-selected indicators. As one of quantitive approaches to the areal categorization in rural area, Principal Component Analysis(PCA) was introduced and testified its applicability through a case study on Sunheungdistrict(called as myun in Korea) area, Youngpoong-county, Kyungbuk-province, Korea. Areal analysis by PCA was carried out on rurality and urbanity of parish-level area(ri in Korea) respectively. By use of PCA analysis results, classifying matrix was made through categorization of both index scores. Among 18 ri's of the case study area, 12 was classified as rural-dominated areas, 2 as urban- dominated areas, and reamaining 3 as intermediate areas.
A Study on Rural Planning Methodology(II) Using Spatial Analysis Method of GIS -
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 43~52
This study is to establish a planning methodology for rural area development with land suitability classification. Land suitability classification was carried out by introducing Geographic Information System. The planning methodology was applied to Sunheung district located in Youngpoong county, Kyongbuk Province, Korea. Land suitability classification by the GIS showed that only 29 % of present agricultural land were higher than class 2 and 71 % were in bad condition for agricultural land. Especially, 22.2 % of agricultural land were under class 5 as the lowest level and 265.2 ha of forest were possible to develop as an agricultural land. It was proved that GIS may be a powerful tool in rural planning process. In addition, it is thought that GIS can be applied to the fields of agricultural land management system in many ways.
Project evaluation by the rural villagers on and spatial analysis of the reconstructed villages under the Rural Village Improvement Project (Type A)
Im, Seung-Bin ; Jo, Sun-Jae ; Park, Chang-Seok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 53~66
This study aims at analyzing of residents'attitudes and spatial structures in the rural villages reconstructed by the Rural Village Improvement Project(type A), and suggesting the guiding directions for planning rural villages. Six rural villages located in KyungGi province were selected for case study. The Major findings can be summarized as follows : 1) The ratio of type A project(newly planned village) in the total cases of the Rural Village Improvement Project has increased since 1990, In the majority(91.2%) of the type A project, the project area is below 2 ha and density of dwelling unit is below 40 households/ha. 2) The three spatial structures of newly planned rural village, i.e., Loop pattern, Cul-de-sac pattern, and Dendritic pattern, are identified. And the barns in the newly-build houses are categorized into the five types : the vertical addition type, the horizontal addition type, the vertical- horizontal addition type, the no- barn type, and the reused -barn type. 3) In the newly planned rural villages, the level of satisfactions for the quality of house and water & sewer system is remarkably higher than in the existing rural villages. These are the positive effects caused by the Rural Village Improvement Project. 4) The majority of the villagers think the improvement of the existing rural village, instead of redevelopment or newly planned village, is most desirable, which means the improvement of houses, roads, and sanitary facilities while preserving the spatial structures of the existing village.
A Proposal on Livestock Farmstead Planning Design by the Field Survey Results
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 67~76
The actual condition of farmstead, mainly livestock facility, was surveyed in ChungChongBukDo in order to find out factors and problems of farmstead planning design. From the data collected, a type, plot, size and scope of farmstead, relationship of house and farmstead, topography, climate, proprietor's opinion on them were analyzed or obtained as the basic design criteria for planning: designs. The best type of farmsteads was individual farm having livestock facilities. They were mostly breeding a kind of livestock without their plan and Bone planning at residing area. The south aspect of the facility was extremely much and slope of the land was mostly 15。 below. Wind blows from East-South in summer and winter wind are West-North extremely much. Sun heat was mostly above 6 hours. In the case of collective and composite farmstead, proprietors wanted that a head of cow has 1,000-3,000 pyeong, the area of facility has 1,500-2,000 pyeong, total area of farmstead has 45,000-400,000 pyeong and an estimated expense is 0.2 - 1.5 billion won. Farmstead planning design was proposed through field survey results and contents of'references. Examples of farmstead planning design were composite and concentrated type and existed according to the situation of road(North, South, East, and West).
A Study on the Directions of Effective Farmland Use Planning
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 77~92
The initiative to determine farmland use has been transferred to local side under the decentralized government system in Korea. New Land Act and Rural Development Act support it. Changes in external and internal environments of Korean agriculture require to diversify farmland use. Lpcal development plan may be implemented when specific farmland use plan is prepared. However, (armland use planning has not been prepared by the local governments yet. This study aims to identify problems encountered in current farmland use and suggest directions of effective and reasonable farmland use planning relevant to local conditions. Questionnaire method was used to prove topographical differences of community land demand, Statistical analyses show that farmers desire to utilize marginal farmland for income increase. Growing grass(42.0%) and cash crops(41.7%) was greatly demanded by them. They were generally eager for developing touristic farm (52.1 % ). By topographical characteristics, the eager was greatest in coastal areas, on the contrary, it was relatively low in mountainous areas. There were more farmers who want to expand their farmland in rice farming(48.4%) or rice-horticulture farming(46.9%) areas. Potential retirer among farmers were most in suburban areas, However, it was expected that there would be the highest retirement rate in rice farming areas because of the high rate of aged farmers. Farmland use planning should be incorporated into food production policies and community people's needs for income increase and life improvement. Agriculture promotion areas must be maintained for scale optimized farming and cash crop farming as much as possible. However, minimum portion for other uses in each village or farming community unit should be adopted. Less favored areas will have to be utilized for both agriculture and non-agriculture uses. Priority can be put into touristic resorts as a non-agriculture use. Furthermore, such areas can be used for sustainable agriculture as well as for residence, industry, animal breeding.
A Participatory in the Counterplan for Reducing Agricultural Environmental Pollution in the SAMIWN Livestock Club
Park, Deok-Byeong ; Jeong, Ji-Ung ; Yun, Sang-Jun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 93~102
This is a case study on the counterplan for reducing agricultural environmental pollution in the SANHYUN Livestock Club through participatory research from March, 1993 to June, 1995. In the monthly meetings, the active discussion about agricultural environmental pollution gradually increased with the village people, Club members and other people because of a consciousness-raising created through discussion activities. In addition, the Club members have established a septic tank and accumulation store-house after active participation in such discussions about the environmental pollution. After two years, the number of septic tanks and accumulation store-houses has increased from two to 10. Gradually all village people are becoming more aware of village environmental pollution. Four non-member farmers have constructed a septic tanks and several member farmers have constructed the fermentation system of sawdust and hulls.
A Study on the Improvement of Living Environment and Land Utilization - With an Emphasis on the Policies of less Favoured Areas and Environmentally Friendly Agriculture -
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 1, issue 2, 1995, Pages 103~121
This study was carried out to identify the problems and policy alternatives for the improvement of living conditions and environmentally friendly agriculture. The results of surveys on the current situations of living conditions in the rural areas revealed that the main cause of depopulation in Korean rural villages was the lack of social infrastructure and income sources. The current government policies for agriculture geared mainly for improvement of international comparative competitiveness will result in the further disadvantage against the mountainous regions with marginal agricultural lands. Therefore, it is recommended that the agricultural policy should be complemented by the environmental and social policies in the less favoured areas. This can be justified by the fact that the demand for environmental public goods such as recreational opportunities in rural settings uncontaminated by the industrial wastes is growing.