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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 2006
Volume 12, Issue 3 - Sep 2006
Volume 12, Issue 2 - Jun 2006
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Mar 2006
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A Study on the Residents' Participation in the Development Process of Rural Village - Focused on the Namsa Traditional Theme Village -
Kim, Hye-Min ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 1~11
After the 2000's, the rural village development projects are designated as participatory rural village development programs and projects. The purpose of this study is to draw a scheme to facilitate resident's participation in rural village development project by exploring the factors influencing resident's participation. For this, in Namsa rural theme village in Dansung-myon, Sanchung-gun, Kyongnam Province, the data were collected through field surveys and interviews residents residing in this village. In addition, observations studies and an opinion survey of the persons concerned in the presentation meetings were also conducted. I investigated and analysed the activation factors and the characteristics of residents' participation, and amenity resources which were essential for community planning including the planning-establishment, theme-searching and development of experience program. Through this study, I drew findings as follows; 1) The leader's leadership and residents' positive participation are very important activation factors in the first stage of rural viability. 2) And then, the external support and concern, the establishment of short-and long-term community planning, and the rural-income increase through the development of amenity resources play important roles as activation factors in the successive stage of rural viability. Based on the results of this study, the following recommendations were made. In order to improve the level of resident's participation in rural village development programs and projects, it is necessary to evaluate their successes, failure, barriers and the positive correlation between their success more delicately. In addition to this, it must be suggested the better model for participatory rural village development programs for the further enhancement and improvement of rural village development projects.
Key Landscape Elements in Constituent Spaces of Rural Village Area - Centered on Rural Traditional Theme Village -
Kim, Sang-Bum ; Rhee, Sang-Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 13~18
The objective of this study is to suggest planning directions for rural landscape management and conservation. With wide literature review, the Rural Traditional Theme Village were selected as case study areas to search for the main elements according to various spatial types. The pictures taken from the site investigation were used for a questionnaire survey to understand and to find the value of rural landscape. Finally, we found out 25 items from 3 spatial type (rural life area, agriculture production area and natural environment area), and Analyzed the Preference of rural landscape elements.
Ecological Change in Drainage Channel Site Renovated by Environment Friendly Methods
Yang, Yong-Seok ; Kim, Sun-Joo ; An, Min-Woo ; Choi, Kyoung-Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 19~28
This study has been conducted to perform the survey on the ecological systems, scenary, and water quality change for agriculturally purposed drainage channels constructed with the application of environment-friendly methods and thus to evaluate the environment-friendly redevelopment effects of them. The main results of this study are as follow: 1. The channels not looking good aesthetically before redevelopment had changed into graceful scenic views from the aspect of landscape architecture as natural-type gently waterside to the channel and naturally-looking water stream. In the village parks developed for the rest of residents, an enough view was secured and thus a wide prospect scope could be obtained. 2. The flora in the channels have increased to 35 families and 82 species from 19 families and 32 species before renovation. As the growth speed of them are slower than externally-brought plants, they can cause some risks to the stability of land slope, including scour by erosion. From that reason, it is necessary to adequately combine the species of the plants both natively growing there and externally-brought planted. 3. In case of water quality, it turned out that, from more than a year after redevelopment, plants began to take roots and the water quality improved. On the contrary, there have been some cases, partly found, that aggravated the quality of water due to the causes like as retention of floating matters by withered plants or plant bodies after the growth of plants in the channels under survey became active, and therefore it is judged that a periodic maintenance of waterways is needed. 4. In case of fishes, all species before renovation have revived, and the population and the number of species have increased after works the formation of puddles in the channels. In waterside grasslands, amphibia and reptiles have not only increased but also been diversified.
A Study on the Land Use Control and Compensation Plan for Jeju Island Coastal Landscape Conservation
Lee, Jin-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 29~37
Jeju coastal landscape has been changed from 1980's. Construction of coastal road, rearing fm, restaurant and condominium are main reasons of destroying the Jeju coastal area. Recently, the law for preserving coastal landscape is effective to prevent diverse construction activities, the land is comparatively restricted in the coastal landscape preservation districts. The resident's attitude toward restricted landlord has been carried out in Jeju province and compensation program has been developed for landlord in the coastal landscape preservation district. To speak compensation programs, First, land compensation as if cash compensation and right of purchase claim, Second, incentive as if tax reducement or regional support, Third, assignment of development right.
Development of a Rural Population Model Considering Shift-Share Effects in Cohort-Survival Method
Jung, Nam-Su ; Lee, Haeng-Woo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 39~42
The purpose of this study is to develop rural population model adapting cohort survival method with sift-share effects. Administrative district in this study is below Myun: about 2,000 population. Population data of rural area in 1990, 1995, and 2000 by age cohort were selected for applying developed model. Damping coefficient from population data was calculated as 7% and results applying this coefficient in rural population data below the error from 12% to 1.06%. In detail, most of cohorts fitted with developed model except from 15 to 29 age groups. Application result of small population area; DaesulMyun revealed that main factor of population change is not natural change but migration.
A Study on the Development of Green-tourism Performance Indicators by Using BSC on Rural Village
Um, Dae-Ho ; Kim, Dae-Sik ; Kim, Tai-Cheol ; Kim, Eun-Soon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 43~55
Recently, increases of leisure activities and 5-day workweek system enforce government employ rural tourism policy and projects. Operating projects are Green Rural Experience Village, Rural Tradition Theme Village, etc. In this study under investigation of Green Rural Experience Village site, Green-Tourism performance indicators were developed. Green-Tourism performance indicators of rural village were developed by BSC(balanced scorecard) and AHP(Analytic hierarchy process). Four perspective of BSC are divided into financial perspective, customer, internal-business process, and teaming and growth perspectives. To develop green-tourism performance indicators of rural village, low perspectives of BSC are converted into investment effect, visitor, internal process, and village inhabitants perspectives. By these perspectives, green-tourism performance indicators of rural village were developed. Weighting values on importance were calculated by AHP. Performance indicators developed in this study applied in 12 villages. With the result, generally well-known villages gained high score, and in accord with survey content.
A Study on the Status of Stonewall as a Cultural Resource in Rural Regions at Jeju Island
Choi, Yong-Bok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 57~65
Stonewall in Jeju has been regarded as the one of the most esthetic landscape in rural regions. In addition, they have been played as a useful facility to protect houses or crops from strong winds, but also to indicate the boundary of ownership. In the recent research, stonewall has been appointed as the one of important components in rural landscape. Thus, stonewall in Jeju retains intrinsic and real value by many usages in rural regions. However, in spite of it's value, stonewall has been abandoned without any concerns and political measures. Now stonewall is urgently needed to be dealt by a certain political measure for protection. Therefore, the depth of concerns and systematic management measures for protection should be discussed and made, otherwise the destruction of these natural valuable structures will be continued. In this sense, the purpose of this paper, first of all, is to examine the status of stonewall in jeju. And then, with the result of this examination, political measures and suggestions to protect stonewall are proposed. Several areas such as Sungsan, Sinchon, and so on in Jeju are selected as the sample areas for this study, and examination are carried with a wide range of literature reviews and the GIS technology for data collection and analyses.
Constructing a Regional Innovation System Model for Rural Areas - Focused on the Relationship between Specialized Industry and GRDP -
Lim, Hyung-Baek ; Yu, Seung-Ju ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 67~80
The concept of RIS(Regional Innovation System) has widely been used in discourse and policy issues in Korea. But most studies of RIS concern on BT or IT industries combining with diverse regional agencies in urban areas. Some other studies were concentrated on general ideas or concept of the RIS. The purposes of this study are (1) to suggest a analytical method to select specialized industry in local autonomy, (2) to analyze the relationship between specialized industry and gross sales of agricultural products and stock farm products, (3) to analyze the relationship between gross sales of agricultural products and stock farm products and GRDP, and (4) to construct a model of RIS that fits particularly for rural areas. This study particularly accentuates that a specialized industry is more meaningful when it can raise GRDP, which eventually can give positive effect of RIS on regions.
The Impact of Computer Applications on the Improvement of Farm Household Income
Yu, Seung-Ju ; Cho, Joong-Koo ; Lee, Seong-Woo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 81~95
The objective of the this study is to find a way to increase fm household income through investigating their computer applications. We utilized the 2000 Korea Agricultural Survey data and applied a Heckman Selection Model to correct a selection bias. The present study found the following results. First, determinant of income among fm households by the level of computer applications has significant statistical differences based on their choices of computer applications. Accordingly, the application of general linear regression about fm income without adjusting these choices may cause statistical fallacy. Second, it has been reported that increasing the member of household is not directly related to increasing the fm income. In case of computer-own farm household, the effect of decrease in income according to increasing in age was predicted. However, in the fm household not possessing computer, it shows negative relationship. It shows that an agricultural career of farm owner and educational attainment of all farm household members have positive relationship regardless of computer possession. The income of the farm household those main field is not agriculture is also found to be lower than that of farm household whose major earnings come from agriculture.
Three-Round Delphi Study on the Value of Rural Residence in Later Life
Yoon, Soon-Duck ; Park, Gong-Ju ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 97~106
In this study was investigated the value of rural residence in later life from the personal, regional, and national perspective. For this purpose, a three-round Delphi technique was used to collect data through a series of surveys to obtain the consensus of a group of 38 experts in value of rural residence in later life in the future. In the first round was sent to them unstructured questionnaire and in the second and third round, the summarized results of the first and second round were delivered to rate the importance of each item for confirmation and validation of the results. Data were analyzed using content analysis and descriptive statistics. The major findings of this study are as follows: First, the personal, regional, and national value of rural residence in later life was selected 7 domains 23 items, 4 domains 22 items, and 3 domains 20 items respectively. Experts consented that the value from the personal perspective will be the highest among 3 perspectives. Second, as the value of rural residence from the personal perspective, it was showed nature-friendly life, physical health emotional serenity, lower expenditure, enjoyable filming, feeding the safe food, and etc,. As the value of it from the regional perspective was showed usage of retirees' speciality and experience to community development and the increase of recreational function in the rural. Also, from the national perspective, it was showed the sustainability of the rural, the establishment of welfare base, balanced development between regions. Based on these results, policy implications were discussed.
A Study of Performance of Rural Tourism in the Participating Village to Rural Village Contest - With Special Reference on Urban Visitors and Income, Original Festival of Village -
Park, Jae-Chul ; Song, Kwang-In ; Park, Chun-Chang ; Kim, Hyun-Wuk ; Sim, Jae-Geon ; Lee, Gi-Bong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 3, 2006, Pages 107~115
The purpose of this study was to document a phenomenon of rural tourism in Korea by Investigating characteristics of 50 villages that had participated in a competition of 'stimulation of rural village' The results are as follows: 1) The degrees of activation of rural tourism varied according to marketing efforts made by individual provincial(local) government. The results of contest indicated that provinces such as Gangwon-do, Chungnam-do, and Gyunggi-do showed highest performance among other competing local governments; 2) The results revealed that the total profit generated from direct sale of farm products outnumbered profits gained from sales of lodging and foods. This indicated that there is a room for improvement with respect to boosting more sales on lodging and food; 3) The regression analysis indicated a significant relationship between profits earned from sales of experiential tourism product and those from direct sale of farm products(multi-correlation coefficient: 0.38); 4) It was identified that Gyunggi and Ganwon provinces were ranked first in sales of foods and those of lodging, respectively; 5) Finally, it was showed that among the 50 participating villages, only 16 ones hold festivals by means of attracting tourists from outside.