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Volume 15, Issue 4 - Dec 2009
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Sep 2009
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Jun 2009
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Mar 2009
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A Study on forest landscape improvement in rural area
Jeong, Wook-Ju ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 1~8
The purpose of this study is to find a way to improve damaged forest in rural area in terms of both landscape . quality and regulation. Mountain and forest cover 65% of total land in Korea, and the shortage of areas for developing housing, road and facilities made us to use forest area for above purposes. This led various types of damages on the sensitive rural landscape visually and ecologically. There are rules and regulations for decreasing damaging effect by constructions on forest area, but it was not so effective because theses rules focused on quantitative issues only. This study will consist of three phases, 1. analyse landscape damage types by development tendencies in forest area 2. find diminution plan on each damage types 3. set improvement on rules and regulations both qualitatively and quantitatively. This study will meet the goal of improving and managing rural and forest landscape by providing objective standards, rational procedure and amelioration plan.
Landscape Planning and Design for Education Culture Center on Revealing Locality, Suncheon
Jeong, Yeong-Jin ; Jeong, Wook-Ju ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 9~17
The purpose of this study is to discuss issues on how locality can be revealed through landscape planning and design especially in the local environment. Over the past decade, there has been substantial increase in architects and landscape architects working internationally. There are many that believe this may lead to a unifying global brand of design that overlooks the identity and specificity of place. This lead us to think opportunities and challenges for designers working internationally to understand and create a unique sense of place. Relations between contemporary design trend and local identity will be studied through case studies. Design strategies and languages on revealing locality will be also discussed with the Suncheon Education Culture Center project
Relationship between the Birds.Mammals' Distribution and Forest area, Land cover
Lee, Dong-Kun ; Kim, Bo-Mi ; Song, Won-Kyong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 19~26
The purpose of this study is to build Island biogeography in the basic concept of landscape ecology in South Korea by draw relationship between the species side of quantitative habitats and forest area surveyed in the national database based on investigation of the 2nd natural environment. In addition, try to present criterion of habitats character category after understanding habitats character of emergence area side of quality habitats based on the type of formatting. Species and forest area relationship analyzed using correlation analysis and simple regression analysis. Also habitat character limited composition ratio of neighboring land cover and analyzed using hierarchical cluster analysis to classify type of habitat. As a result, we found that forest area is correlated with number of species, forests which is bigger than 100ha are more important of increase in species' population. And according to land cover composition ratio, bird's classified types of forest inner species, forest edge species, forest outer species and mammal's classified types of forest inner species, forest general species, forest edge species. We suggest that study of species-forest area relationship and emergence habitat character be used as some management plans of species' conservation, protection and restoration.
Evaluating Subjective Landscape of Rural Region Using Additive Integration Index Calculation Model Focused on Seondong Region, Gochang-Gun, Jeollabuk-Do, Korea
Ban, Yong-Un ; Kim, Min-Ah ; Jung, Jae-Ho ; Baek, Jong-In ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 27~42
This study has intended to evaluate the subjective landscape of rural region using additive integration index calculation model in Seondong region, Gochang-gun, Jeollabuk-do, Korea. This study consists of the following three steps. First, this study defmed the rural landscape using survey and developed the estimating equation for rural landscape assessment index. Second, this study set up assessment units and assessment indicators, then estimated mean of representative landscape adjectives in accordance with them through residents-participatory evaluation. Third, this study calculated rural landscape assessment index using additive integration index calculation model, and evaluated subjective landscape of rural region in accordance with space types and landscape fields through mapping methodology. The results of this study can be described as follows: 1) satisfaction level for landscape in accordance with village (urban area and residential area) was very high; 2) satisfaction level was very high in both Ye-Jeon reservoir and Hakwon farm, representative landscape resources of the study area.
A Study on the Rural House Planning Directions - Focused on the Life style Analysis of the Rural Resident -
Lee, Hae-Wook ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 43~57
In aspect of stable housing support policy for the rural returning voluntary which is increasing rapidly, it is necessary to plan the suitable rural house. Therefore this paper aims to propose the suitable rural housing type and the directions of rural house planning. The 4-typical life style is summarized through the 531 cases-life style investigation of existing rural resident and the rural returning voluntary in the whole rural area. Based on the typical life style analysis, the suitable rural housing type and planning directions are proposed. I hope this paper will be a useful guide to make the suitable rural house have planning for our generation.
An analysis of the local government character's image
Kim, Dae-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 59~68
Nowadays, local governments have been developing an image to represent their regions' identity. These characters contain unlimited capabilities of utilization and advertising effect that adds to their high value. However, we must consider how effectively the image helps in representing its region because some characters have been produced upon timely basis without consistent long-term planning. This study is to investigate the image and motif of the local government characters from the consumer's perspective. The results are as follows: 1)The images employed by the local governments are not highly preferred and most regions select motifs from their local agricultural products and native plants. 2)The variables that affect the character of the local governments are such as beauty, identity, etc. In conclusion, in order to maximize the local government image, one must improve the design concepts, encourage advertisement of regional festivities and travel commercialization, and advocate the identity and beauty of the local area to the residents and other regional people.
A Study on the regional economic impact of farmland reverse mortgage using farmers' net asset - In case of Gyeongsangbuk-Do -
Lee, Jong-Eui ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 69~80
The purpose of this paper is to estimate the regional economic impact of reverse mortgage system based on farmer's net asset of house and farmland together. The regional economic impact was estimated by using inter-regional input-output model. Major findings are as follows: 1) The result of input-output analysis shows that 49,130 million won of production effect, 20,040 million won of value added effect, and 24,759 number of employment effect, 2) Since the result shows that the elderly spend most of the reverse mortgage money for their living expenses, it seems necessary to adopt net asset based reverse mortgage system to improve and stabilize farmers' living conditions and regional economy.
The Basic Study of Ecology Status of the Uninhabited Islands of Fishing Village in Namhae-Gun
Kang, Hyun-Kyung ; Lee, Soo-Dong ; Cho, Hyun-Seo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 81~96
This study has found out the status of the environment ecology(topography structure. land-use, flora, plant community structure, wildbird) in 10 uninhabited islands(i.e. Kei island, Hadon island, Sangdon island, Daewa island, Hwanggang island, Naebi island, Oebi island, Prickly castor-oil tree island, Tongin island, Yuk island), Namhae-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do. Moreover, It has suggested ways of improving the environment ecology status by classifying the type of environment ecology about the degree of use and damage that based on the results of environment ecology survey. According to the results of topography structure survey, the survey site altitude was ranged within 1m
25m, otherwise, the radient was classified the rock area(.i.e. slope of less than
the dead level) and the slope area where is steep slope. Moreover, there was showed evenly a variety of aspect. Land-use were divided the field(Kei island), dry native grasslands(Hadon island), naturalized grasslands(Sangdon island), Pinus thunbergii community(Dacwa island, Hwanggang island, Naebi island, Yuk island), the rock area(Oebi island, Prickly castor-oil tree island, Tongin island). As the results of flora survey, the number of plant species were 30
115 species and the naturalized species were found 2
12 species in each site. The results of plant community structure analysis, The dominant species were Pinus thunbergii and Pinus densiflora were in upper tree layer, furthermore, it were Pinus thunbergii, Eurya japonica, Prunus sargentii, Celtis sinensis, Morus bombycis, ect. in cannopy tree layer. In shrub layer, the dominant species were Rosa multiflora, Rubus crataegifolius, Parthenocissus tricuspidata, etc. The status of wildbird bird, had been found 42 species 938 individuals, especially, there were Bubo bubo kiautschensis(natural monument No. 324) and Haematopus ostralegus osculans(natural monument No. 326). According to these synthetic results, we are able to classify the 5 types of environment ecology such as the natural coast forest that composed of Pinus thunbergii and Pinus densiflora(Daewa island, Hwanggang island, Naebi island, Oebi island, Tongin island, Yuk island), the field in vegetation area(Kei island), vegetation succession area of fallow field type(Hadon island), vegetation damage area by the forest fire and disturbance elements(Prickly castor-oil tree island), dominant naturalized species grassland by grazing cattle(Sangdon island).
Modeling Demand for Rural Settlement of Urban Residents
Lee, Hee-Chan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 97~110
The objective of this research was to develop a rural settlement demand model to analyze the determinants of settlement demand of urban residents. The point aimed at from model development was deriving stated preference of potential consumers towards rural settlement through setting a hypothetical market, and using settlement subsidy as a surrogate variable for price in the demand model. The adequate demand model deducted from hypothetical market data was derived from the basis of Hanemann's utility difference theory. In the rural settlement demand model, willingness to accept was expressed by a function of settlement subsidy. Data utilized in the analysis was collected from surveys of households nationwide. According to inferred results of the demand model, settlement subsidy had a significant influence on increasing demand for rural settlement. A significant common element was found among variables affecting demand increase through demand curve shift. The majority group of those with high rural settlement demand sought agricultural activity as their main motive, due to harsh urban environments aggravated by unstable job market conditions. Subsequently, restriction of income opportunities in rural areas does not produce an entrance barrier for potential rural settlers. Moreover, this argument could be supported by the common trend of those with high rural settlement demand generally tending to have low incomes. Due to such characteristics of concerned groups of rural settlement demand, they tended to react susceptibly to the subsidy provided by the government and local autonomous entities.
A Study on the Influential Relations of Rural Experience Tourism according to the Lifestyles of Tourists
Song, Kwang-In ; Kim, Jeong-Joon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 15, issue 2, 2009, Pages 111~120
The purpose of this study was to analyze the lifestyles of tourists visiting rural experience tourist destinations and the influential relations of the attributes to affect rural experience tourism. The research findings show that the lifestyles of tourists had significant impacts on their preference for rural experience programs(0.2502/3.0l2). Second, their lifestyles had also significant impacts on the need for rural experience tourist destinations(5.039/3.363). Third, their preference for rural experience programs had significant influences on their intentions for revisits(0.386/3.l60). Fourth, their preference for rural experience programs had significant influences on their intentions for word of mouth(1.448/8.073). Fifth, their need for rural experience tourist destinations had significant impacts on their intentions for revisits(1.940/5.594). And finally, their need for rural experience tourist destinations had no significant influences on their intentions for word of mouth(-1.0611-1.421). According to the analysis results of the regression coefficient of the measuring model, enjoying leisure(1.130/6.775) and pursuing health(1.110/9.001) were large influential factors in lifestyle; pursuing learning(1.47317.946) was the biggest influential factor in preference for rural experience programs; and a natural environment(1.220/8.990) was the biggest influential factor in the need for rural experience tourist destinations.