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Volume 16, Issue 4 - Dec 2010
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Sep 2010
Volume 16, Issue 2 - Jun 2010
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Mar 2010
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An Approach to Determining Rural Rooftop Color by Environmental Color Extraction
Lee, Young ; Ahn, Tong-Mahn ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this study is to find out the color preference on rural rooftop color. Today, public profit value of a rural community has been heavily recognized in the areas of preservation of pro-environmental and traditional life styles and foundation of collective community. Comparatively with urban, rural town conserves the scenic of those days when the historic landscape existed. Therefore, elements of historic and tradition in rural town are interesting resources to people who want traditional experience. Color is one of the most influenced elements for the image of Landscape. On the other hand, radical modernization has brought conflicting color element that does not blend with existing environmental color. Among others, roof represents one of the important traits of rapidly developing rural community due to vast amount of space it covers. In order to come up with more appropriate coloring scheme, it is necessary determine color that forms a balance with present conditions of rural life and historic landscape. This study provides more objective rooftop coloring selection process by employing additional surveys regarding color image adjective. I justified necessity of the balance between environmental color and roof color through analyzing correlation between environmental color of the rural town and Color Image Scale of the preliminary selection of roofs.
A Study on the Quantifying of Rural Landscape Picture by Fractal Index
Jeong, Ho-Hyun ; Jung, Nam-Su ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 11~17
With international attention to the rural landscape, there have been landscape management and conservation efforts. Because it contains characteristics of rural area, rural landscape has been recognized as an important component of rurality. With rural amenity resources survey projects launched since 2005, rural landscape categorization and evaluation such as resource value, use value, beauty, originality, traditionality, maintenance are performed by expert questionnaire survey and 100 rural amenity resources are selected. In this study, we performed fractal analysis for developing evaluation system of the rural landscape photographs. In evaluating processes, main and surrounding landscape are separated and fractal indexes are calculated and analyzed with beauty value scoured by experts. Results show that beauty value is not significantly related with fractal index but differences of main and surrounding landscape fractal index.
An Empirical Analysis on the Production Cost of Landscape Crops in the Direct Payment Program for Rural Landscape Conservation
Kim, Kwang-Nam ; Kim, Mi-Young ; Lee, Hyung-Soon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 19~26
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate optimum rate of payment and to [md the new advanced direction for the program for rural landscape conservation. We used direct evaluation method for income and production costs. According to the survey, we had done from 41 complexes(farmers) joined this program, the average production cost of landscape crops of type1 is calculated at 178,582 won per 10a and 111,517 won as type2. If the classification of crop type is adjusted, the problem formulated is improved to make possible support at the current payment rate.
Development of Settlement Environment Diagnostic Indices for Rural Village Unit
Kim, Dae-Sik ; Jeon, Taek-Ki ; Bae, Seung-Jong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 27~41
This study developed a settlement environment diagnostic indices (SEDI) of rural villages which can apply to analyze variable conditions of villages having development projects. The index consists of 5 diagnostic areas (first level) with 13 items (second level), including detail indices of 40 criteria (third level) defined by specialists' brainstorming process. In order to develop the index system, object-oriented approach was used to extract the 5 diagnostic areas (infra-basic settlement facility, life condition & environmental resources, industry & economic infrastructure, community, and residents) from rural villages. For the 40 criteria, it was introduced a quantification method that all villages have absolute values in national level, not relative value between villages within an unit area. The diagnostic diagram and table were developed to evaluate the villages compositively. The developed SEDI was applied to study areas, 56 villages in 2 subdivision areas of county, located on county of Keumsan. Applicability of the index system, database system should be developed with the surveying method of data in village level.
A study on Classification System and Weighting Values for Comprehensive Development Projects of Rural Villages using AHP Method
Lee, Seung-Han ; Kim, Dae-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 43~49
This study generalized and systemized the unit-project items of 176 project districts for the rural village comprehensive development projects (RVCDP). This paper surveyed opinions of III answerers (7 specialists, 43 agents of Korea Rural Community corporation, and 61 agents of local government of cities and counties) in order to determine the classification system and their corresponding weighting values of the project items using analytic hierarchy process (AHP) method. From the results extracted by project plans of 176 project districts for 5 years from 2004 to 2008, this study decided a hierarchical system for unit-project items of RVCDP by AHP method, which consisted of three steps: 4 items for 1st step, 13 items for 2nd step, and 52 items for 3rd step. The first step contains 4 items of Strength of Rural-urban Exchange & Regional Capability (RURC), Green-income Infrastructure & Facility (GIF), Culture-health-welfare Facility, and Eco-environment & Landscape facility (ELF). In the survey of weighting values with AHP method, the analysis result for the first step showed that in opinion of specialists, GIF is more important than the others while in opinion of the other agents, RURC is more important. In the second step, Product Facility is more important in the specialists, whereas Strength of Resident Capability is the most important in the other agents. Analyzed unit project items as the third step, all answerers evaluated that the Education and Excursion for Rural Resident Capability has the highest weighting values.
A Study on the Development of Korean Kleingarten Model in Terms of Japanese Kleingarten
Choi, Jung-Min ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 51~66
This paper performed a basic study for the development of so called a Korean style community garden, a Kleingarten in Japan, according to the increase of demand for green tourism For this, theoretical research and interviews with site surveys for Kleingarten in Japan were carried out and some strategic conclusions were drawn. The results show that, from the perspective of hardware, facilities and size should be setup according to the condition in Korea and long-tenn demands for green tourism Adequate size of lodging facility, a cottage, should accompany the garden. More attention should be paid for the management of Kleingarten. In addition, from the perspective of software, Administration should make an effort to obtain the understanding and cooperation from the local residents. It turns out that a Kleingarten takes an important role when urban residents move into rural areas or carry out a multi-habitation. Barrier-free design for cottages is also needed.
A Study on the Selection of Agricultural Specialization Items in Daegu and Kyungpook Region
Kwon, Chung-Sub ; Jang, Woo-Whan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 67~76
The objective of this study is to investigate a priority and selection of agricultural specialization items from Daegu and Gyeongbuk region by using analytical tools such as, the Analytic Hierarchy Process(AHP) and the Scoring Method. The results of this study are as follows; 1) Five major items were selected for each region based on Daegu and Gyeongbuk regional agricultural performances. 2) The results of AHP analysis, Daegu and Gyeongbuk's agricultural experts evaluated the weight of three decision-elements(objectiveness 0.35, efficiency 0.341, identity 0.309) and seven decision-elements. 3) Results of AHP and Scoring Method analysis, Investigated a priority of agricultural specialization 3 items in 25 cities and districts Daegu and Gyeongbuk regional agricultural performances. 4) Finally, The results of this study will provide basic information on agricultural specialization policy in Daegu and Gyeongbuk region.
Demand Analysis of the Rural Amenity Resources Information in Rural Development Consulting
Bae, Seung-Jong ; Choi, Jin-Yong ; Oh, Yun-Gyeong ; Yang, Yong-Seok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 77~85
The objective of this study is to analyze demands and important level of rural amenity resources information in rural development consulting. For this study, the questionnaire survey was implemented to regional development consulting companies and organizations with three parts. The first part is about the methodologies in using for the rural development consulting, particularly, the collect processes of the amenity resources information and methods to establish development strategy are included in the questionnaire. In second part, essential factors for constructing the information system of rural amenity resources are investigated. Finally, the rural development project types were classified, and performed an analysis of important level for the rural amenity resources utilizing AHP technique. According to results of this study survey, the demands from residents are the most important factor for establishing rural development plan, and the relationship among neighboring regions and the amounts of rural amenity resources are also considered as important factors. The most important rural amenity resources are different as rural development project types.
A Study on the Evaluation of Biotope Value of Rural Areas in terms of Nature Experience and Recreation - A Case Study of Large Residential Land Development District -
Cho, Hyun-Ju ; Han, Sang-Yoel ; Lee, Hyun-Taek ; SaGong, Jung-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 87~101
The Study on the Management and Application through Analysis of Actual Condition of Palustrine Wetland in Rural Area
Kang, Bang-Hun ; Son, Jin-Kwan ; Kim, Mi-Heui ; Kim, Nam-Choon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 103~115
This study was accompanied to develop the management and application plans as resources for rural tourism through the analysis of distribution characteristics, inhabitants' practical use, need item for management and application, and aesthetic/recreation function of Palustrine wetland in rural area. The 2.3 Palustrine wetland per farm village were located, and 77.5% of total wetland was used by agricultural water, landscape, rural tourism The management and water quality were steadily getting better in used wetland than in unused wetland. Also, 91.8% of respondents answered that there is a practical use plan afterward, and much preferred the mode of ecotourism through restoration of ecological wetland. As the results from the appropriateness evaluation of management and application in used wetland for ecotourism, improvement item was required in observation deck, entrance lane, guidance facilities etc. And, insufficient result was deduced in appropriateness of operation program and special learning course, and in participation of inhabitants and experts. The result of evaluation of the aesthetic and recreation functions generally appeared high, but the need improvement item was required in artificial water wall and plantation base that deteriorate biological diversity. These results will be used to data for conservation, management and practical use of wetland, an important natural resource in farm village, which are confronted in crisis of land reclamation by use reduction of use and false management.
Development of a Web-based Information System for Rural Settlement Environment Diagnosis
Bae, Seung-Jong ; Kim, Dae-Sik ; Kim, Tae-Gon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 117~129
The purpose of this paper is to develop a web-based information system for rural settlement environment diagnosis which is useful to apply the village based evaluation for new rural development projects. To achieve this purpose, this study performed : 1) analyzing the business process in the field of rural settlement environment diagnosis, 2) designing the data flow diagram and the database based on settlement environment diagnostic indices(SEDI), and 3) developing the system using APM (Apache, PHP, and MySQL) of web-system development environment. The developed system was applied to the study rural villages for testing of efficient and logical working. Users of the system, such as, researchers, decision makers, and rural residents, can input directly the village data to diagnose through a file format of Excel in MS Office. Futhermore, they can analyze the visual results with graphic and graph types, simultaneously. From the results of this study, it showed that the developed system enables decision-makers not only to assist the planning process of the rural village development project, but also to improve the level of information technology in the research and planning field concerning with rural development.
Analysis on the Residents' Attitude to Rural Village Road's Functions
Cho, Eun-Jung ; Choi, Soo-Myung ; Yang, So-Youl ; Yang, Won-Sik ; Park, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 131~141
As a basic life-supporting infra in modem life, road should carry out various functions; transport, public linear network service, open activity space. Case study villages were divided into plan-based improved one(3 subtypes) and not one(4 subtypes). On total 21 case study villages(
subtypes), questionnaire surveys were performed. Villagers' satisfaction level to road conditions in the plan-based improved villages showed much higher than not improved ones, which means that improvement of village roads be a vital subject in level-up of quality of rural life. Traffic function of village roads was responded as a principal one, while other various functions as between-villagers communication, car-parking and accommodation of public utilities were also required. In this viewpoint, village roads should be multi-purposedly developed in future. So, it was concluded that the road improvement strength would vary with geographical and topographical conditions of each village. Although villagers' unsatisfaction level on road service was very high, their demand level of and supporting will toward road improvement works have continuously increased, so, it would be considered to be the very time that full-fledged village road improvement policy be initiated.
A Study on the guideline of Visual Landscape Planning for Landscape Agricultural Region
Kang, Young-Eun ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 143~157
This study provides a physical indicator of landscape that can be guidelines so as to evaluate landscape agricultural region for visual landscape planning, finds out the guideline for visual landscape planning lastly through examining importance of indicators and the preference of each indicator of landscape. The physical landscape indicators were derived from document study and questionnaire survey to evaluate visual landscape on landscape agricultural region. In addition, field study was conducted to examine and inspect the physical landscape indicator, managers' interview and photograph was took for evaluating the landscape simulation. Moreover, the important elements for visual landscape planning of landscape agricultural region, the importance of physical landscape indicator and the preferences of each indicator were derived by conducting questionnaire to experts and general publics. The physical landscape indicator guideline was established from the following procedures. In case of the land, flat area had higher preference than steep region. So, planning an agricultural area at a flat region with open space will be better than establishing an agricultural area on a steep region. In case of the kind of landscape crops, For the background of landscape agricultural region, the seashore type had the highest preference and mountain type and non-background type was followed in order. According to the study, facilities built with natural elements such as straw-roofed pavilion received high preference. Therefore, look-out shed and straw-roofed pavilion should be introduced in the landscape agriculture planning to select materials and colors to keep harmony with the nature. The result of this study could be used as a best choice for improving visual landscape of landscape agricultural region on selecting suitable land, facilities and so on. Moreover, the results of manager interview could be used as a useful tool in the management and formation of visual landscape. The landscape point evaluating visual landscape of landscape agricultural region could be used as a reference for establishing relative guideline for the direct payment program for rural landscape conservation and landscape agreement. In addition, it could be a useful reference to improve the general landscape and revitalize the rural area.
Development of Evaluation Indicators on Improvement Level of Rural Village Roads in Korea
Cho, Eun-Jung ; Choi, Soo-Myung ; Kim, Young-Taek ; Park, Su-Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 159~171
Since rapid industrialization of Korean society, out-of-village roads have been greatly improved, while almost all of in-village roads have not been fundamentally improved yet. Unless village roads should be improved in relatively comparison with trunk roads, it has been widely recognized that grass rooted achievement of accessibility revolution not be realized. In this regard, this study tried to develop evaluation indicators system for improvement of village roads. The evaluation indicator system on village road conditions was proposed which is sub-categorized as structural improvement of road itself, its communication serviceability and public securing level of property rights of road site. The system has 6 indicators(2 of each subcategory);good pavement ratio and over 3m wide road length ratio, ratio of household fronting under 2m wide road and connectivity of road network, ratio of registered as 'road' in land category and ratio of publicly owned road sites. In the final conclusion, village roads in rural Korea have been generally in worse condition regardless of whether prior improvement works or not, except some of recent plan-based improvement villages.
Quantitative Analysis for Problems and Improvement Directions of the Comprehensive Rural Village Development Projects using DEMATEL and Contents Analysis
Bae, Seung-Jong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 173~184
The objectives of this study are to quantitatively analyze problems and improvement directions of the comprehensive rural village development projects through DEMATEL and contents analysis. Contents analysis was conducted for 15 existing researches and 28 problems were deducted at the stage of the comprehensive rural village development projects. The Decision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory(DEMATEL), a mathematical computation method, was utilized as an objective method to handle the inner dependences within a set of problems. The results of this research are summarized as follows. First, insufficient education and publicity of project was the most considerable cause problem. Second, lack of participation, will, and ability of residents was the most considerable effect problem. Finally, several improvements of the comprehensive rural village development projects were deducted by cause and effect relationship of problems.
Exploring Practical Use and Case Planning of the Abandoned Farmlands
Bae, Seung-Jong ; Yoon, Seong-Soo ; Park, Jin-Seon ; Yoon, Hong-Il ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 3, 2010, Pages 185~197
This study aims to propose the direction of practical use of the abandoned farmlands. To achieve this purpose, the main tasks of this research are : 1) investigating the precedent researches and several domestic and foreign case studies 2) examining the devices of managing and revitalizing of the abandoned farmlands, and 3) designing the abandoned farmlands revitalization cases in study areas. This research proposed several development directions and action 'plans for agricultural reuse and non-agricultural reuse of abandoned farmlands. In conclusion, this study is expected to use the basic policy information of the abandoned farmlands revitalization projects.