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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 2006
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Development of a Scoring Model for Evaluating the Rural Healthy and Longevity Village Project using DEA and AHP
Suh, Kyo ; Han, Yi-Cheol ; Lee, Ji-Min ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 1~11
Recently many administrative institutes try to improve the viability of rural villages. For increasing the viability, not only infrastructures but internal vitality is necessary in rural villages. Nonetheless, most of governmental projects have been focused on infrastructures. For this reason, RDA(Rural Development Administration) designed and performed the RHL(Rural Healthy and Longevity village) project. This RHL project is not easy to evaluate the outcome because it consists of very intangible project items. In this paper, we developed a scoring model to evaluate the result of the RHL project. The scoring model based on DEA(Data Envelopment Analysis) was suggested to evaluate the quantity of personal activities in each village. Personal activities are classified into five categories: regional life, social life, productive life, outdoor life and indoor life. Evaluating indices of each category are developed and weighting values are evaluated by AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process). The developed model was applied to Kumsan village and examined its applicability.
Development of Rural Amenity Resources Information System Using Ontology and Web-GIS
Lee, Hyung-Jin ; Lee, Ji-Min ; Park, Mee-Jeong ; Kim, Han-Joong ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 13~22
Recently 'Rural Amenity Resources Survey' has been launched to preserve unique and various attributes of rural amenity resources in rural areas. While vast amounts of field data are being collected, there has been insufficient means to share and analyze the data among users. This article addresses crucial issues on why more systematical approaches of building an information system to retrieve and represent information more efficiently. In this work, we have developed an alternative 'Rural Amenity Resources Information System' using Web-GIS and ontology, and later examined its applicability.
Development of Model for Estimation of Green-Tourism Revenue on Rural Village by Factor Analysis
Um, Dae-Ho ; Kim, Tai-Cheol ; Gim, Uhn-Soon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 23~32
Recently, Owing to booming of leisure activities and national enforcement of 5-day workweek system, Korean government has been promoting rural tourism policy of which operating project's title is Green Rural Experience Village, Rural Traditional Theme Village, etc. In this study, ken investigation result on Green Rural Experience Village sites, an estimation model of returns by green-tourism activities was developed. The model was constructed through factor analysis and regression analysis method. Regression model developed can estimate green-tourism revenue by investment budget, homepage preengagement sales, homepage visitors, capacity of eating and drinking facilities, capacity of lodging facilities. The model developed was applied in sample villages. With these results, estimation revenue was recorded average 138.3% of survey revenue, and statistical significance was good(correlation coefficient
= 0.8255, level of significance : 0.000), and the range of relative error was recorded largely from -7.1% to 158.6%, and average relative error was 38.3% and good. And, the model developed in this study have the critical point in aspects of insufficient data, but the results will be used in green-tourism policies and projects, and revenue estimation about each village in the present and future is limited, but in province or the whole country the application is good.
An Activation Proposal for the Marginal Farmland Redevelopment Project in Korea
Han, Kyeng-Soo ; Kim, Young-Joo ; Choi, Soo-Myung ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 33~42
Recently, Korean government has been initiating various schemes for reactivation of the marginal farmland use. However, although about ten years have passed from the introduction of the marginal farmland redevelopment projects in 1995, there have been very few research works on their systematic and objective appraisal. Therefore, this study checked the statutory concept and development schemes of the marginal farmland, firstly. Ant through case studies on 5 completed project sites and questionnaire/interview surveys on local government officers/private developers, problems and suggestions on project implementation were analysed. Finally, in consideration with analysed results and suggestions together, tentative project directions and reaction schemes on marginal farmland development were proposed.
Nosan.Hasuk Rural Village Development Project Base on Amenity
Yoon, Seong-Soo ; Kim, Ji-Hyun ; Rhee, Shin-Ho ; Seo, Kyo ; Kim, Han-Joong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 43~51
The purpose of this study is to make a planning of Nosan Hasuk rural village development project based on rural amenity. The Nosan Hasuk rural village is located in Hyundo-Myun Cheongwon-Gun Chungcheongbuk-Do. For this study, investigate the amenity, make the bill of developing plan, and discuss the problems in rural integrated developing project. The developing plan is composed of basic planning, developing direction, village plans, and details projects. And, indicate the problems of rural integrated developing project those are the main body, standardization of investigated data, and insufficiency of detailed reference.
Integration with External Information Using Ontology for Rural Amenity Resources Information Service
Lee, Ji-Min ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 53~61
Rural amenity resources consist of natural, cultural and social resources. Some of resources have been surveyed in other institutes and organizations and information system about these resources has been constructed. Integrating with information of existing system or database is helpful to produce useful rural amenity resources information to users. This integration of distributed information is based on semantic integration. In this paper, we used ontology for semantic integration and introduced the method of external information integration using ontology. We designed ontology table to represent ontology in database and integrated distributed information using ontology. To examine the improvement of information service efficiency and the applicability, rural amenity resources information and tourist attraction information database were constructed and integrated. Also, the information service efficiency with information integration was evaluated using recall ratio and compared to the information service efficiency without information integration.
Factors Effecting on the Rural Life Satisfaction of Returners to the Farm After Retirement
Park, Gong-Ju ; Yoon, Soon-Duck ; Kang, Kyeong-Ha ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 63~76
This research tried to present some basic data necessary to give effective support to urban retirees who already returned to the farm by looking into factors effecting on their adjustments to the lives before they returned to the farm and after they did so to know how well they adapt to the rural lives. For the purpose, we made a survey of 408 returners to the farm over the age of 50 for 6 days from October 18 to October 23 in 2004 using questionaires. The results show the followings. First, there are significant difference in the satisfaction with the rural life occurred by the sociological demographic changes according to 'health condition', 'subjective economic ability' and 'previous job'. Second, the difference of satisfaction with the rural lift which was taken place by the reasons before they moved to the farm is effected considerably by what made them decide to return to the farm first whether they prepared for it or not and how much money they have to do so. Therefore, to succeed in adjustment to the rural lives, their decision should be made by positive causes, they have to prepare concretely for it before they carry out their plans and they had better have enough money to move. Third, the difference of satisfaction with the rural life occurred by the reasons after they moved to the farm is effected by 'satisfaction with the forming information', 'the number of friends or neighbors', 'the frequency of meeting the friendly', 'the level of intimacy with neighbors' and 'their efforts to improve the relations with other residents'. And the sensitiveness to perceive the inconvenience according to the rural life is related strongly to the satisfaction with the rural life in the above 6 areas. Fourth, the repression analysis implemented to find how much the above 3 factors effect on the satisfaction with the rural life shows that it is 'returner's current health condition', 'farming education', 'farming fund' and 'effort to be intimate with other residents' that are very important.
Development of a Planning Model of Rural Living Environment Facility by Information Benefit
Na, Joon-Yeop ; Jung, Nam-Su ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 77~82
The objective of public works planning is being converted from economic growth to sustainable development. So, the demand for considering social & ecological influences as well as economic components had been increased in evaluation of public works planning. In evaluation of public works, its components related with benefit and cost in feasibility analysis can be classified to qualitative and qualitative elements. Qualitative elements are evaluated by qualitative methods which can manage various items, be commonly applied nationwide, and consider elements that can be calculated numerically such as environments, willingness, etc. In this study, using the concept of 'Information measure', a method to design planning of rural works is proposed. 'Information benefit model' for rural works can evaluate present plan in the side of provider's and demander's 'benefit'. And, optimizing method of rural works by 'Information benefit' can simulate present state and optimize the site and route of rural works.
Research on the Utilization of the Native Plants in Restoration of Stream-Side in Rural Areas
Kang, Bang-Hun ; Lee, Sang-Hwa ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 83~88
Recently, management and restoration efforts using the plants promote the disturbed habitats such as a set-asides or field boundaries. But, side effects are coming out because of using the exotic plants in restoration process. This study was conducted to select the native plant species used for restoration through the vegetation survey and plant community analysis at small stream-side in rural villages. We surveyed at two small stream-sides in open field and high land area in 2005 as a case study. Total 126 species was found at small stream side in open field area. As the result of important value' calculation, Persicaria thunbergii 23.0%, Humulus japonicus 18.6%, Phragmites communis 4.4%, Bromus japonicus 4.2%, and Rosa multiflora 3.4% were in the order of important value. Total 92 species were found at small stream side in high land area. As the result of important value' calculation, Dactylis glomerata 16.1%, Artemisia princeps var. orientalis 11.0%, Persicaria thunbergii 10.9%, Humulus japonicus 9.3%, Phragmites japonica 5.2% and Phragmites communis 3.5% were in the order of important value. We selected some plant species to use in restoration after due consideration of problems of exotic plant and high coverage and density species, and ecological process; Persicaria thunberii, Phragmites communis, Bromus japonicus, Rosa multiflora, Equisetum arvense, Digtaria sanguinalis, Impatiens textori, and Artemisia princeps var. orientalis in open field stream-side, and Artemisia princeps var. orientalis, Persicaria thunbergii, Phragmites japonica, Phragmites communis, Artemisia selengensis, Panicum bisulcatum, Rorippa indica, and Equisetum arvense at hghland stream-side. We will verify the selected native plants and plan the utilization of the native plants in restoration at stream-side in rural village.
A Classification System of Amenity / Disamenity Elements in Rural Villages
Lim, Chang-Su ; Choi, Soo-Myung ; Kim, Young-Joo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 89~97
Usually, amenity elements coexist with disamenity elements in rural villages. Through the literature reviews and group discussion of participant research staffs in this study, a tentative classification system of amenity and disamenity elements was pro-posed with 4-tier hierachial order; for amenity, 3-7-29-76(numbers of the high, medium to low categories and elements) and 3-6-16-32 for disamenity. finally, through case studies of 4 sample villages representing the flat-plan, upland, seashore and periurban rural areas, the applicability of this classification system was verified.
A Study on the Level of Interaction in Extension Services through a Systems Approach - Focused on Extension Services of Experiment Station -
Hwang, Jeong-Im ; Choi, Sang-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 99~114
Under awareness of the importance of interaction between local research agencies and farmers in developing local agriculture, this study attempts to analyse the level of interaction in extension services of Experiment Station. The data were collected through the interview with researchers in five Experiment Stations and farmers who have made contact with the researchers. The results of the analysis are as follow: (1) The Experiment Stations are currently providing extension services though they are originally research-oriented agencies. The extension methods of Experiment Stations are similar with those of extension agencies. (2) The more systematic the characteristic of extension service type is, the higher level of interaction is generated with several exceptions which should not be ignored. This study accentuates the efforts to improve the level of interaction as well as to construct a system as a linked set of actors.
Improvement Strategy by Survey Analysis on the Direct Payment Program for Rural Landscape Conservation in Korea
Chae, Hye-Sung ; Shin, Su-An ; Lee, Ji-Young ; Lee, Goan-Yong ; Choi, Ok-Hyun ; Cho, Jung-Yoon ; Ryu, Sun-Jung ; Ahn, Tong-Mahn ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 115~123
The direct payment program for rural landscape conservation in practice since 2005. Recently it is the policy or plan of direct payment for rural landscape conservation attracts great interests as they may help rural people who are very disadvantaged. This paper presents the status of the direct payment program for landscape conservation in rural area and proposed improvements to the program as following; 1) to diversify the plant species, 2) to include other rural elements than plants, 3) to enlarge the areas of crop plantation, 4) to simplify and clarify application process. We sampled two pilot programs, one of spring flower crop and the other of autumn flower crop, and questionnaire surveyed visitors, local government officers and farmers in order to find problems and suggest improvements.
Present State of Experiencing Villages for Green Tourism in Rural Area
Eom, Boong-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 12, issue 4, 2006, Pages 125~133
Recently, Environmentally friendliness and sustainability become the main concern of rural tourism. Green-tourism is the emerging and best alternative tourism development. This paper deals with the present state of experiencing villages for green-tourism in rural areas. Several internet portal sites for rural tourism were reviewed and analyzed. Totally, 863 village are designated for experiencing villages by several portal sites. There are 281 information oriented villages, 208 farm-stay villages, 122 green experiencing villages, 93 mountain villages, 93 fishing villages. Some villages were designated duplicately for each projects. In 'Green-tour' site, the distribution of experiencing villages by region were, 49 for Gangwon, 43 for Gyungbuk, 41 for Jeonnam, respectively. The types of experiencing villages were, green experiencing village, traditional theme village, mountain village, fishing village, information-oriented village, etc. Themes of experiencing activities were 6 types, experiencing agricultural life, fishing life, traditional foods, traditional culture, ecological nature, and health/leisure sports. The kinds of experiencing activities were abundant by agricultural life, traditional culture. Otherwise, fishing life experiencing activities were dull. Also, development of ecological nature experiencing programs are suggested.