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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2005
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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A Study on the Classification of Landscape Elements for Effective Management of Agricultural Landscape
Chae, Hye-Sung ; Kim, Hye-Min ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 1~9
Recently, it is demanded to study about agri-environmental indicators including rural landscape indicators. However, there are deficiency to establish the policy of int landscape. This is the base study for the policy decision or management for conservation of agricultural landscape or rural landscape. The objectives of this study were 1) to analyze the supporting elements in the foreign policies, 2) to analyze the agricultural landscape elements and visual values in the field and 3) to make the classification form about the agricultural landscape. And finally, this study suggests the management guides for the conservation of agricultural landscape according to the teleological measures. Through this results, it would be expected to develop the efficient policy of rural landscape such as the direct payment program for rural landscape conservation.
Analysis of Determinant Factors of Land Price in Rural Area Using a Hedonic Land Price Model and Spatial Econometric Models
Suh, Kyo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 11~17
Land prices reflect not only the uses of land, but the potential uses as well(Plantinga, 2002) so land values can be applied to very effective indices for deciding regional status and growing potential. The purpose of this study is to deduce determinant factors of regional land prices. Principal determinants of regional land prices are analyzed with a hedonic technique and spatial econometric models based on 2001 statistic data of Korea except large cities. The results provide the followings. 1. The spatial effect of rural regions are very little with adjacent regions. 2. The common index of land price is population density and other determinant factors are different depending on land uses.
Improvement Strategies for Optimum Usage of Community Facilities by the Rural Elderly in Korea
Lee, Jeong-Hwa ; Kang, Kyeong-Ha ; Jung, Nam-Su ; Park, Gong-Ju ; Yoon, Soon-Duck ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 19~27
Rural Korea has been becoming heavily aged societies from the end of 20th century due to the massive depopulation of young generation and extension of the average span of human beings. Although rural communities in Korea had been traditionally based on closely webbed social relations, almost all of community self-help organizations disappeared in recent time with very strong urbanization trend. However, almost all rural villages in Korea have the village seniors' union -'NO-IN-HOE' in Korean speaking- of which members usually use, operate and maintain community facilities in terms of voluntary base. Using these facilities, most of public/common/private services and community activities have been being served or provided. So, the purpose of this study is to investigate the usage tendency of community facilities and needs of the rural elderly and to propose the improvement strategies for their optimum usage. For this purpose, data was gathered both from community (107 villages) and individual level surveys(881 older people). The statistical method used for data analysis was descriptive statistics. The major findings were as follows : It was found that the dominant family type of the rural elderly was elderly-only household (75%) with very limited economic capability. There are 2
3 common community facilities with village including the seniors' center -'KYOUNG-RO-DANG' in Korean speaking. Many of the elderly (74%) use the center once or twice per week. There are several rooms in the center, like as kitchen bathroom and health room, of which usage frequency differs respectively. Many rural elderly want assistance from out-of-village for good maintenance and free use of these facilities.
An Alternative Methodology for Stakeholder Analysis in Rural Tourism Development - A Case Study of Social Network Analysis -
Lee, Jou-Yeon ; Lee, Yeong-Joo ; Lee, Dong-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 29~42
This study aimed to apply a methodological approach, 'social network analysis' to a case study for the understanding of relational structure among stakeholders related to green tourism development. By doing so, this study argued that it is important to identify stakeholder's network structure to help green tourism planners develop collaborative relationship among stakeholders. This study identified the stakeholders regarding a community-based festival development in the southern area of Korea, and investigated two types of networks among them: decision-making power relational and intimate network. Interviewer-administrated survey and in-depth interview were employed for data collection. The data was analyzed by SPSS (version 10.0) and Net-MinerII (version 2.5.0), and by constant comparison method. The result revealed that low different groups of the stakeholders were separated in the intimate networt and that the festival organizational body was not connected with other stakeholders in the decision-making power relational network. The existence of separated groups and weak relationship among the stakeholders appeared to relate to age-group differences, and different views on the festival between the stakeholders.
Rurality and Preferences of Rural Landscapes in Korea - A Comparison of Evaluations by Koreans and Foreigners -
Ahn, Tong-Mahn ; Son, Ju-Dong ; Kim, Myung-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 43~52
Twelve selected rural villages were investigated to identify typical Korean rural landscapes. Among many photos taken in those villages, which are believed to represent rural amenities, one hundred photos were selected and again sixty of them were chosen through a questionnaire survey of landscape students. Two hundred domestic subjects and one hundred and one overseas visitors were surveyed to find their evaluations of 'rurality' of the Korean rural landscapes and their 'preferences' of those landscapes. Photo numbers 16, 40, 48, 37, 49, 11, 8, 56, 15 were evaluated most 'rural' and/or 'preferable' by domestic subjects. As the overseas visitors 'mrurality', they were asked to evaluate their 'preferences' only. Photo numbers 60, 7, 38, 28, 59, 15 were the most preferred Korean rural landscapes by them. In summary, Korean public generally preferred rural landscapes with natural beauty and, on the other hand, overseas visitors most preferred historic rural landscapes. Both group preferred least rural landscapes with man made structures.
Usability and Strength Characteristics of Loess(Hwangtoh) Finishing Material by Different Ratios of Ingredients
Lee, Shin-Ho ; Yoon, Seong-Soo ; Song, Kyo ; Song, Chang-Seob ; Han, Chung-Su ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 53~57
Up to recently building are constructed focusing on the convenience of residential condition. However, environmental-friendly materials is required for construction as people are spending more time inside buildings and causes of many problems like sick-building syndrome are known due to the noxious gases and polluted air originated from construction materials. Although loess(hwangtoh) is an environmental-friendly material, it has limitations in compressive strength far a construction material. The purpose of this study is to suggest the optimal ratio of loess(hwangtoh) mortar by tests of compressive strength comparing with standard strength of floor finishing mortar and evaluate the usability of loess(hwangtoh) mortar for floor finishing material through an impact test, a cracking test and a abrasion test. Based on the results of this study, 86% of loess(hwangtoh) and 14% of inorganic binder is suggested for the optimal mixture ratio of loess(hwangtoh) mortar. Moreover, the characteristics of loess(hwangtoh) is suitable for floor finishing material in impact, crack, abrasion.
Analysis of Determinants of Migration by Age Groups using General Spatial Model in Korea
Han, Yi-Cheol ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ; Jung, Nam-Su ; Park, Mee-Jeong ; Suh, Kyo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 3, 2005, Pages 59~67
According to diverse studies in population migration, there has been a strong age-dependent population distribution in Korea. It is shown that a particular age-group tends to reside in a particular locale or community and the effect possesses usually statistical significance. We quantitatively address this issue: how certain division of age group resides in different region of the country, and investigate possible cause of this migration pattern for different age groups. In this study, population migration trend at age groups of 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s has been analyzed incorporating a spatial econometrics model that accounts for diverse statistical pitfalls such as spatial autocorrelation and spatial dependency. We found that migration trend for different age group corresponds to regional characteristics differently. The study concludes with some policy implications and suggests a need of further study.