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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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Grounded Theoric Interpretation of Residents' Conflict Occurred in Process of Promoting a Rural Community Development Project : Focused on the Case of the Agricultural Experience Villages
Cho, Joong-Hyun ; Kim, Yong-Geun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 1~12
The purpose of this study is to examine the aspects and the characteristics of conflict among people in agricultural villages shown in the course of conducting a rural community development project, and to suggest a theoretical basis for the solution of the conflict. various theories on rural community development projects and conflict, and relevant sociopsychological theories were perused to lay a theoretical foundation for the study, and 5 actual cases of conflicts in agricultural experience villages were analyzed in the light of the grounded theory which is one of suitable methods of qualitative research. And comparative and comprehensive analysis of conflicts of different farm villages was done. Based on the result of analysis of conflict among residents on agricultural experience village, this paper suggests some ways for solution of the conflict.
The Impacts of Korea-EU FTA on GyeongGi Agriculture and Inter-Industrial Ripple Effects by Region
An, Dong-Hwan ; Im, Jeong-Bin ; Choi, Ae-Sun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 13~23
In this paper, we estimated the economic impacts of Korea-EU FTA on the agricultural sector in GyeongGi-Do. In particular, we estimated the economic impacts of agricultural production decrease resulting from Korea-EU FTA for 31 sub-regions in GyeongGi-Do by 15 industrial sectors. We employ a regional economic impact model combining a regional input-output model with a spatial allocation model. We found that the size of inter-industrial impacts are quite different across regions. Our results suggest the importance of agricultural and industrial policy considering the impacts of industrial sectors at the regional level.
Assessment of Wind Power Resources for Rural Green-village Planning
Nam, Sang-Woon ; Kim, Dae-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 25~32
Wind energy, which is one of renewable energy, would be useful resources that can be applied to making energy recycling villages without using fossil fuels. This study analyzed energy potential on wind power considering weather condition in three rural villages and compared with energy consumption surveyed. A wind turbine system in the 5kW class can generate 26.1%, 73.9% and 39.5% of the yearly mean consumption of electric power per house in Makhyun, Boojang and Soso respectively. A 750kW wind turbine system can generate 1.7%, 30.3% and 22.1% of the total amount of electric power consumption in three study villages respectively. Wind power energy density was too low in Makhyun and Soso, so it is determined that the application of wind turbine system is almost impossible. Wind energy potential was generally low in Boojang either, but it is evaluated that there is a little possibility of wind power generation relatively. For practical application of renewable energy to rural green-village planning, assessment of energy potential for the local area should be preceded.
An Analysis on the Re-visitation Choice of Rural Leisure - Focused on Buraemi, Daraengi, Byucgari region -
Yun, Hee-Jeong ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 33~42
Recently, rural leisure by urban dwellers has been recognized as a catalyst for regional development or restoration. The federal government implemented several regional planning policies attempting to address this phenomenon in the late nineties. However, most of these policies focused on supply-centered planning, which caused a diverse set of problems relating to the sustainability and economic validity of the planning. Instead, this study focuses on the re-visitation one of the demand variables, with the intention of analyzing the character of rural leisure demand and its re-visitation choice attributes. For these reasons, this study investigates the character of current rural leisure demand, and develops functional equations about urban people who visit rural areas, using logit model. The results of this study can be summarized as follow: Urban people are visiting rural areas from nearby cities or metropolitan areas that are within 3 hours driving distance, and over 80% of rural visitors are one-day visitors. Therefore, most of their visitation activities should be understood as rural leisure, including rural tourism. In addition, the likelihood of the rural tourist to make a return visit is influenced by their transportation means, product purchasing, staying period and travel time. The results of such rural leisure demand can provide information for regional planning strategies, such as selection of target market, type of market segments, improvement of recognition level, activity program price, facility and space planning, produce sale and connection with tour site.
A Study on the Derivation of Problems and Improvement Strategy for the Development and Management of Community Facilities in Rural Villages
Shin, Young-Sun ; Kang, Young-Eun ; Oh, Dong-Yop ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 43~54
As almost community facilities in korean rural village have being showed signs of decrepitude, and have a lot of problems on scale and function, it hasn't made full use of almost community facilities. To resolve these problems, it is time to make different plan considered of elements, scale and function in community facilities. In this study, after being researched the present condition and interviewed local residents on target 25 administrative districts, it was sought diverse problems about community facilities and researched satisfaction measurement, activity of local residents. With Being based on this, we also drove from essential element about community facilities in korean rural village and sorted problems of community facilities as general disposition-structure-outdoor facilities-behavioral use. Therefore, it was applied to study area and ascertained the existence of problem. Thus, we found out the improving way for appropriate community facilities in korean rural village. It will be useful to make different plan for community facilities in korean rural village.
Deterministic Optimal Simulation of Spatial Growth Form for Urbanized Area Using CA Model and Simplified WSM-AHP Techniques
Kim, Dae-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 55~64
This study aims to analyze the sensitivity of WSM(weighted scenario method)-AHP method according to variation of nonlinear exponent for accessibility criteria, which are used to make urbanization potential maps with the optimal weighting value for multiple criteria in grid-based GIS technique. Besides this study tried to develop WSM-AHP2 which is simplified by using rank of the potential value for each scenario. The two methods were applied to the test area, Suwon city located south area of Seoul, with time series land-use maps of 1986 and 1996. The evaluation system of urbanization potential have 7 criteria including 6 accessibility criteria. The results of WSM-AHP2, the optimal weighting values and their corresponding potential maps, have almost similar with those of WSM-AHP. In the application of CA(cellular automata) model for expansion of urbanized area using the three potential maps by WSM-AHP, WSM-AHP2, and specialists's AHP evaluation, it also showed that the accuracy of simulation for actual urban area is the highest in the potential map of WSM-AHP, followed by WSM-AHP2 and specialists's AHP evaluation. From the results of this study, WSM-AHP and simplified WSM-AHP2 will be used to generate the optimal potential maps for land-use planning in urban fringe area.
An Case Study of the Direct Payment Program for Rural Landscape Conservation - Environmental Stewardship in England -
Chae, Hye-Sung ; Ahn, Tong-Mahn ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 65~75
Recently the program of direct payment for rural landscape conservation attracts great interests as it may help disadvantaged rural people. Recognized the effect of the program to improve the rural landscape and economy, it has been suggested that the program of direct payment for rural landscape conservation should be expanded. This paper presents the measures and status of Environmental Stewardship, the direct payment program for landscape conservation in England, as following; 1) rural development policies in UK organized under EU, 2) measures and agreements for rural landscape management, 3) the statues of ES enforcement. We sampled a pilot farm, surveyed inside and outside landscape of the farm, and interviewed local government officers and farmers in order to find policy implication.
Developing the Assessment System of Rural Amenity Landscape
Ahn, Myung-June ; Pae, Jeong-Hann ; Joo, Shin-Ha ; Shin, Ji-Hoon ; Lee, Dong-Kun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 77~84
Amenity landscapes in rural areas are becoming increasingly important as a resource to enhance the (public) interest in rural landscapes and to vitalize the rural areas. Befitting the times, the objective of this project is to discover the amenity landscapes distributed throughout the rural areas and to produce material in the form of a publication for the promotion of the aforementioned landscapes. For such purposes, local autonomous bodies, rural amenity resource investigation team, and experts on landscape found rural amenity landscapes and entered them for a selection process, out of which the top 100 rural amenity landscapes were ultimately selected based both on the assessment system developed by the researchers and on the assessment process executed by the assessment committee. The following two categories of assessment criteria for the amenity landscapes were presented: village-related assessment criteria including value as resource and use value; landscape-resources-related assessment criteria, including aesthetic value, identity, adherence to traditionality, and sustainability. Assessment for each criteria item was made by applying a 5-point Likert scale throughout. The sum of the points for each landscape was then converted at a 100 point scale for ultimate use in selection of the top 100 landscapes. This paper is the outcome of such series of processes and systems.
A Study on the Current State and Improvement Schemes of Farm Household Debt in Jeju Province
Ko, Seong-Bo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 85~97
The purpose of this paper is to review current state of farm household's debt which is considered as one of the biggest problem in the rural community, to analyze the cause of farm household debt rising in Jeju province, and to make improvement schemes on how this problem of farm household debt could be alleviated. In order to achieve these objectives, raw data are collected from the interviews with 400 farming households in Jeju region. The results of the study are as follows; An average amount of total farm households debt was 42,000 thousand won in 2005, but an average of farm households debt excluding no debt farm households was increased by 10,000 thousand to 51,750 thousand won. But the debt properties are variable according to the farm type. Non-citrus farmers, younger farmers, rural area resident farmers hold more debt problems than other type. Among total farm households, 30 percent showed over 40 percent leverage ratio(debt/total assets), which is considered as risky or heavily indebted. Therefore, I designed a workout program and a program of land liquidation for heavily indebted farm households in Korea.
Developing the Auditing Methodology and Strategic Planning of Rural Amenity Resources Investigation
Seo, Bo-Hwan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 2, 2008, Pages 99~110
The purposes of this paper are first, to develop and adapt auditing methodology of rural amenity resource investigation and second, to propose strategic planning of amenity web data base system. Relating with auditing methodology, we make the life cycle of rural amenity resource investigation based on value chain method. we make 8 stage of auditing process and 105 auditing items in details. We adapt these guidelines in real world and then improve developed methodology. Therefore we expect to promote the quality and accuracy of investigation project using these guidelines. Relating with blue print of strategic planning, we first analyse external environment about Competitors, Suppliers, New entrants, Buyers, Substitutes with 5 force model for amenity information system. We second make the blue print of strategic planning of amenity web data base system project. Then we propose the FIRST, BEST, MOST strategy of amenity web data base system and the web hub system.