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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 14, Issue 4 - Dec 2008
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Sep 2008
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Jun 2008
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Mar 2008
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Psychological Characteristic Analysis of Brick Pavement Patterns in Rural Area
Kim, Dae-Hyun ; Shin, Ji-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 1~7
Recently, brick pavement were widely introduced on the pavement in rural area. A variety of vision effects can be created from patterns of brick pavement. However, in most of brick pavement works, human psychological characteristics were not concerned. The purpose of this research was to discover psychological effect on brick pavement pattern. The results of the research can be summarized as follows: 1)Psychological impression on brick pavement pattern is similar among man and woman groups. 2)Stack bond and running bond pattern have a simple, relaxed, organized, and comfortable psychological characteristics. Basket weave & stack bond pattern has a simple and organized psychological characteristic. Herringbone bond pattern has a complex, dislike and uncomfortable psychological characteristic. Pinwheel bond pattern has a highly complex psychological characteristic. Basket weave and Basket weave variation bond pattern have a common psychological characteristic. 3)Employment of brick pavement pattern on this research is not highly preferred, hence it is necessary to develop a brick pavement patterns that have human psychological characteristics be concerned.
The Impact of Online Shopping Experience on Consumers Shopping Values and Purchase Intention
Kim, Mi-Suk ; Yoo, Chul-Woo ; Choe, Young-Chan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 9~21
This study deals with shopping value and trust as the factors to influence consumer attitude and purchase intention in online shopping. Utilitarian and hedonic shopping values, trust, attitude and purchase intention are incorporated into the Value-Attitude-Behavior model to find out how differently shopping values and trust influence online shoppers attitude and purchase intention when they have different purchase experiences. Data are collected from survey of 187 subjects and divided into two groups according to their online purchase experiences : 97 shoppers with low online purchase experiences and 89 with high experiences. PLS(Partial Least Square) method is applied to estimate the research model and to test 7 hypotheses. The results show the difference of the way how shopping value and trust influence purchase intention. In the case of low experienced online shoppers, trust has the greatest influence purchase intention, followed by hedonic shopping value mediated by attitude. However utilitarian shopping values have a bigger impact on it for shoppers with high purchase experiences. In the latter, trust also has a significant impact on purchase intention at confidence level of 0.05. The results also provide useful implications for practitioners to build and manage their marketing strategies. Managers of online shopping mall should react to the different shopping value by shopper's experience.
Landscape Structure Analysis Based on Insect Spatial Distribution in Rural Area
Lee, Dong-Kun ; Yoon, Eun-Joo ; Bae, Jung-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 23~32
Landscape structure is important to understand a complex patterns and interaction with adjacent habitat in rural area. The aim of this study is to analyze relationship between landscape structure and insect spatial distribution in rural area to suggest applicable possibility of landscape structure as biological indicator. For this purpose, first, four landscape structure criteria such as distance from the forest; density of farmland-forest ecotone; landscape continuity; and field size are selected. Secondly, these criteria are applied to Gangsang-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun where mosaic feature are conserved at various spatial scale. Thirdly, application of landscape structure criteria is verified using correlation with species number, species diversity, and species richness of insect. As a result, it could be suggested that the landscape structure criteria are useful for explaining insect spatial distribution.
Landscape Quality Analysis which follows in Rural Villages Residential Gates Landscape Types Classification
Lee, Gyeong-Jin ; Cho, Soung-Ho ; Song, Byeong-Hwa ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 33~41
The main entrance is even disappeared nowadays when the component type is changed, because it loses the actual function. On the other hand, the type of main entrance is changed variously depended on the materials for house and method of construction. Eleven points in the Chungyang-Gun where the environment of rural villages is well maintained was choosed researched to make data. These data of visual component elements were analysed by using the SPSS 12.0 Windows. Cluster Analysis and Factor Analysis was performed to analyze the different types of main entrance in the rural villages. From the above research, we could conclude below results. Research result, The whole quality of the farming village gate with fine feeling and constant temperature characteristic order appeared with the fact that preference quality is highest, in afterwords was analyzed. Also the research which sees led and the result which appears from the landscape quality analysis which the residential gates are general and type by landscape quality analysis the result which appears with the comparative analysis overcomes the limit which the residential gates are general and type by landscape quality analysis the result which appears with the comparative analysis overcomes the limit which the abstractive landscape image has. Like this research result judges currently the research which is meaning which provides a planning standards and the guideline which the governmental department and the rural village improvement enterprising public opinion rural village residential enterprise which is propelling from oneself are detailed. Specially about landscape quality of the residential gate that presents a type classification and preference quality from the actual condition where the research is insufficient the hereafter rural village improvement enterprise specially, sees with the fact that will be the possibility of affecting is meaning to residential section the succeeding researches actively, there being could be advanced, wishes.
Measuring Landscape Value of Jeju Island's Mandarin(Orchard) for the Introduction of Direct Payment System of the Landscape Preservation
Ko, Seong-Bo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 43~50
The dichotomous-choice contingent valuation method is applied to estimate the landscape value of Jeju mandarin(orchard). A distribution-free approach, Turnbull empirical distribution model, is employed to solve negative willingness to pay and truncation problems. The data used are collected from the interviews with tourist about willingness-to-pay at the various donation amount levels of Jeju mandarin(orchard)'s landscape value. The evaluation result is shown that the average amount of willingness to pay for the Jeju mandarin's landscape value is 12,926 won per person with standard deviation of 1,874.7 won/person. When the number of Jeju visitors is considered, the economic value of Jeju mandarin's landscape rises every year(2005:64.89 billion won, 2011: 84.43 billion won). The average economic value of Jeju mandarin's landscape are estimated 59.65 billion won during 2000-2005 and 76.88 billion won during 2006-2011, respectively.
Web GIS Based Three Dimensional Landscape Simulation for Rural Area
Park, Mee-Jeong ; Lee, Seung-Yeon ; Choi, Jin-Yong ; Kim, Han-Joong ; Bum, Sang-Bum ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 51~58
In 2007, Google has introduced a novel approach to model some cities from around the world by utilizing vast amount of information provided by internet users. They essentially built an efficient engine to collect and compile enormous stream of data that are necessary to reproduce fine details of a city. In this Letter, we propose an implementation of this novel approach to establish a Web-based visualization of rural landscape and scenery. We later demonstrate its feasibility by constructing a 3D model of Namsa-ri, Danseong-myeon, Sancheong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do.
Landscape Design for the Rural Village - A Case Study of Naegokri, Yeohang-myeon, Haman-gun -
Kim, Sang-Bum ; Lee, Seung-Joo ; Rhee, Sang-Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 59~71
The landscape commonly refers to the appearance of the land, including its shape, texture, and colours. Among many factors contributing to the landscape, tree and plants factors playa significant role in rural landscape as a colours. Therefore the rural traditional theme village where had been designated under the rural traditional theme village since 2007 in Naegok-ri, Eohang-myeon, Haman-gun has planned to design the tree plant planning for creating a unique rural landscape. The landscape proposal for the new Rural Village in Naegokri, Yeohang-myeon, Haman-gun suggests three main strategies; 1) The riverside area and reservoir area adjoined forest was required to be prepared to offer organization waterside landscape and forest landscape through landscape planting and selecting trees i.e. able to reflect sense of the season that promote high quality values of landscape area in rural. 2) The area adjoined stable was required to strengthen the screen planting and buffer planting with multiple plant layer structure and trees of branches and leaves closeness, shrubs of beauty flowers in order to improve disamenity landscape and odours. 3) The rural traditional theme village adjoined entrance was required to open space such as multipurpose garden, specialized or themed garden which include Landmark factors and prepared to the space with the various theme and visual diversity in order to take charge of function as landmark characteristic in Naegok-ri, Eohang-myeon, Haman-gun, and so on. In conclusion, this winning principal purpose of this study is applied to basic tree plant model for sustainable rural landscape creation in rural areas by selecting beautiful landscape plants and the tree plant planning.
Planning for Taekwondo Park
Kim, Hyun ; Joun, Hyo-Jae ; Kim, Sang-Tae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 1, 2008, Pages 73~82
Taekwondo, Korean traditional martial art as one of the ten Korean cultural symbols, has acquired a reputation for introducing and globalizing Korean culture together with its standing as official Olympic Game in 2000, Sydney, Australia. Nevertheless the World Taekwondo Headquarters, Kukkiwon, which is an exclusive Taekwondo institution only accommodates for three thousand persons. Considering the worldwide reputation of Taekwondo, the scale of Kukkiwon leaves a big supply problem. This study therefore suggests the plan to design Taekwondo park that playa major role of Taekwondo development in the 21st century and represent the cultural heartland of Taekwondo. The study considers four points. The points are as follows: 1) Necessary programs drawn by analyzing and assessing Muju city as a site for Taekwondo park, then a survey conducted for potential visitors to a Taekwondo park. Under the theme of "A World Cultural Heritage Upon Our Own Lives", the park plan intends to become a shrine of Taekwondo as well as a big tourist attraction. 2) Programs are appropriate for the terms of the investment under the auspices of government, by considering potential visits and the site conditions. 3) The meaning of Taekwondo and its history should be reflected in the space distribution and facilities allotment. Three meaningful zones: symbolic zone, training zone and culture zone are considered in planning program and space distribution. 4) The plan also intends to harmonize with local development by groping Muju city's uplifting, not only designs a Taekwondo park.