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Volume 16, Issue 4 - Dec 2010
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Sep 2010
Volume 16, Issue 2 - Jun 2010
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An Evaluation of Rural Landscape and Comparative Analysis in Accordance with Space Types : Focused on Residents and Visitors of Seondong Region, Gochang-Gun, Jeollabuk-Do, Korea
Baek, Jong-In ; Ban, Yong-Un ; Woo, Hye-Mi ; Choi, Na-Rae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 1~11
This study has intended to evaluate rural subjective landscape through participation of residents and visitors according to space types, and to perform comparative analysis of evaluation results between residents and visitors. This study has employed a survey method for which 58 residents of 8 villages within Seondong region at Gochang-gun and 70 visitors to Green Barley Field Festival in the target region have participated. 42 landscape view points were selected according to landscape scopes and space types, and then the preference was evaluated using landscape adjectives after showing pictures already taken for each landscape view point. This study has found the following results. First, whereas residents gave high points to natural landscape and artificial one at the historical culture areas in comparison with other landscape scopes, visitors gave them low points on the other hand. Second, visitors evaluated the cultivated area among space types of mixed landscapes with high value. Third, based on t-test for comparative analysis, the statistically significant differences of evaluation results appeared at 6 places among 8 natural landscapes, 3 places among 12 artificial landscapes, and 3 places among mixed landscapes.
A study on a research method measuring rural landscape resources by inhabitants participation - Focused on a case study using Landscape Evaluation Map
Lee, Jeung-Won ; Yoon, Jin-Ok ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 13~22
Rural landscape is an outcome of residents' life activity based on natural environment. Unlike city, rural residents make their own landscape over a period of time interacting with nature through cultivating and building houses and huts based on the background. Therefore, residents' role in rural area is of greater importance than city's and their recognition of landscape is a key factor to evaluate and manage rural landscape. Landscape Evaluation Map which utilizing Feeling Map method is a evaluation tool to [md out residents' recognition of landscape. In this tool, responses evaluate landscape around their living space and mark color dots which mean landscape grade on a map. This research is to examine effectiveness and applicability of the tool, Landscape Evaluation Map, which is recommended to estimate residents' evaluation of landscape. Through analyzing 7 cases of field application, the effectiveness of Landscape Evaluation Map has been verified and also demerits have been drawn. After modifying detailed techniques and developing resident education, Landscape evaluation map could be applied to [md out landscape resources rather than to evaluate whole rural landscape.
A study on the Visual identity of Rural Landscape - Focusing on the Comparison between Urban and Rural Residents -
Kim, Chung-Hee ; Kim, Dong-Chan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 23~32
Recently, there are many people who live in rural keep getting away from their town. The reason why become aging and reducing society in Rural is weakness of agricultural competition, education, culture and welfare. Thereupon, we need counter plans to make boom in exhaustion rural landscape counter plan, losing consciousness of citizenship, over developing from city planners who are giving serious damage to rural landscape. However, there are many promotions going on to cover weakness of rural. In this research, to set up the right view of rural which considered the different cognitions, it is important to derive each preference or non-preference scenery, and countrified or non countrified scenery. From different cognition, finding preserved and improved factors is necessary to preserve, reform, and improve the countryside scenery. Based on this, to investigate natural characters of viewpoint is providing right direction for future rural landscape.
A Study on the Psychological Characteristics Assessment for Agricultural Landscape
Suh, Joo-Hwan ; Seung, Ji-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 33~43
Amenity landscapes in rural areas are becoming increasingly important as a resources to vitalize the rural areas. Befitting the times, The objectives of this study were 1) Extracting Landscape Evaluation photos: research preferences of 93 Photos taken from 15 site and analyze the possibility of Classification. select 12 photos for Image survey. 2)Adjectives select: Preliminary investigation into the 45 selected adjectives and adjectives by taking expert group of 21 adjectives were selected. Through reliability analysis, 19 adjective pairs were used to survey and factor analysis of images of landscape photographs. 3)Psychological characteristics of agricultural landscape survey and analysis: Psychological research on landscape photos and factor analysis, the agricultural production landscape to explain the 4 factors were extracted. And, each factor was discussed in relation to agricultural landscape.
Monitoring of Complementary Forest of Village according to Restoration Project - in Case of Dubang Village in Wanju-gun -
Park, Jae-Chul ; Han, Sang-Yub ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 45~51
The purpose of this study is on monitoring complementary forest of village according to restoration project. Accordingly, this study was accomplished in case of Dubang complementary forest of village in Wanju-gun which was indicated as beautiful village forest by Korean government. This study describes the restoration project and identifies the change of species diversity and succession through monitoring. For this, vegetational survey was performed in 2003 and 2010. D(Dominant degree) and S(Sociability degree) was measured by Brown-Blanquet's method. The results demonstrate significant increase of species diversity and progress of natural succession. It means ecological structure and function have improved. Also ecological disturbance appears here and there on account of insufficient management.
A Study on the Calculation Methods on the Ratio of Green Coverage Using Satellite Images and Land Cover Maps
Moon, Chang-Soon ; Shim, Joon-Young ; Kim, Sang-Bum ; Lee, Shi-Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 53~60
This study aims at suggesting the attributes and limitations of each methods through the evaluation of the verified analysis results, so that it will be possible to select an efficient method that may be applied to assess the green coverage ratio. Green coverage areas of each sites subject to this study were assessed utilizing the following four methods. First, assessment of green coverage area through direct planimetry of satellite images. Second, assessment of green coverage area using land cover map. Third, assessment of green coverage area utilizing the band value in satellite images. Forth, assessment of green coverage area using and land cover map and reference materials. For this study, four urban zones of the City of Seosan in Chungcheongnam-do. As a result, this study show that the best calculation method is the one that combines the merits of first and second methods. This method is expected to be suitable for application in research sites of middle size and above. It is also deemed that it will be possible to apply this method in researches of wide area, such as setting up master plans for parks and green zones established by each local self-government organizations.
Disparity between Rural and Urban Living Area Based on Regional Interaction - Focused on Busan-Ulsan mega city -
Kim, Hyun-Joong ; Kang, Dong-Woo ; Cho, Deok-Ho ; Lee, Seong-Woo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 61~75
Daily living area can be delimited differently depending on what area is to be focused. Based on regional interaction, the present study empirically analyzed the difference between living areas focusing on rural area and ones relying on urban area. We established two types of living areas in Busan-Ulsan mega city with different focus areas (rural versus urban), using travel OD data (2006). According to the result, the fonn of spatial clusters in urban living area differed from that of spatial clusters in rural area; the boundaries of living area were not fit to those of administrative areas in both types; and living areas in both types tended to extend over more than two administrative areas. The results cast some implications concerning spatial planning and policy for living area delimitation. First, since the spatial structure and interconnection of urban area differs to those of rural area, it is required to delimit living areas discriminatively depending on the objectives of the spatial plan. Additionally, the living area should be established more specifically and systematically by further subdividing the form of spaces depending on the objectives and types of the plan. Second, the administrative areas should be consolidated now that the difference of boundaries of administrative and living areas lead to inconvenience of residents, increased administration costs and scale diseconomy. Lastly, the living areas should be delimited by the metropolitan or mega city planning and thus be reflected to its offsprings.
A Study on Introducing the Landscape Project for Conservation and Improvement of Rural Landscape
Shin, Ji-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 77~86
The purpose of this study is to introduce the landscape project for conservation and improvement of rural landscape. So, in this study, the current rural landscape policies and rural landscape planning are examined and the landscape project presented in Landscape Law is also examined. And this study propose the systemic application of the landscape project through the survey of experts related with the landscape project. The results are summarized as follows. Firstly, it is important that each landscape projects are unified for conserve and improve rural landscape. Secondly, it is necessary to define range, enforcement agency, and management agency of landscape projects. Thirdly, it is desirable that the landscape projects should be carried out as reviving the local economies. Comparing to the urban landscape plan, there are few rural landscape plans so far, so, it is difficult to applicate the system of the landscape project, but, continuous studies in this line can help the rural landscape plan to ensure practicality.
The Effect of Rural Tourism Village Servicescape on Tourist Satisfaction and Behavior Intention
Yoo, Kwang-Min ; Park, Han-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 87~94
This study was performed with 239 dwellers who live in the city, visited rural tourism village. This study investigated the relationship of servicescape perception of rural tourism village and tourist satisfaction and behavior intention. The servicescape factors of rural tourism village consist of artificial factors and social factors. Social factors affect more total satisfaction, service satisfaction and environmental satisfaction more than artificial factors, but facilities satisfaction is more affected by artificial factors than Social factors. Total satisfaction and service satisfaction and environmental satisfaction influence behavior intention but facilities satisfaction does not. Total satisfaction has the biggest influence on behavior intention. This means that for successful rural tourism village development, social factors should be considered than artificial factors.
Content Analysis and Development of Rural Amenity Education Contents for the Textbooks of Agricultural Highschool
Kim, Eun-Ja ; Ryu, Cheong-San ; Lee, Jeung-Won ; Kim, Sang-Bum ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 95~108
21st century has begun as an age of green growth. Development paradigms disregarding environmental sustainability are being changed and henceforth, stronger efforts should be made to discover and utilize green values. With the importance of green values, rural amenity which is in the spotlight as a new channel to change the way people think about depressed agriculture and rural community could be the key to discover green values of rural area. This study is to emphasize rural amenity and to rectify prejudiced and distorted contents of agriculture and rural community in agricultural highschool textbooks. By doing this, students of agricultural highschool who will lead agriculture in the future will come to recognize the importance of agriculture and rural area and discovering it's values. This study was done through analysis and development of contents in 39 kinds of textbooks of Agricultural highschool. A content analysis was employed to examine to what extent the contents on agriculture and rural community were reflected in the textbooks of agriculture highschool. And 262 new education contents formulating positive and exact rural amenity concept were developed and 62 of them were included in textbooks.
Projected Spatial-Temporal changes in carbon reductions of Soil and Vegetation in South Korea under Climate Change, 2000-2100
Lee, Dong-Kun ; Park, Chan ; Oh, Young-Chool ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 109~116
Climate change is known to affect both natural and managed ecosystems, and will likely impact on the terrestrail carbon balance. This paper reports the effects of climate change on spatial-temporal changes in carbon reductions in South Korea's during 2000-2100. Future carbon (C) stock distributions are simulated for the same period using various spatial data sets including land cover, net primary production(NPP) and leaf area index (LAI) obtained from MODIS(Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer), and climate data from Data Assimilation Office(DAO) and Korea Meteorological Administration(KMA). This study attempts to predict future NPP using multiple linear regression and to model dependence of soil respiration on soil temperature. Plants store large amounts of carbon during the growing periods. During 2030-2100, Carbon accumulation in vegetation was increased to
/year owing to climate change. On the other hand, soil respiration is a key ecosystem process that releases carbon from the soil in the form of carbon dioxide. The estimated soil respiration spatially ranged from
/year in the year of 2010, and correlating well with the reference value. This results include Spatial-Temporal C reduction variation caused by climate change. Therefore this results is more comprehensive than previous results. The uncertainty in this study is still large, but it can be reduced if a detailed map becomes available.
A Study on the Evaluation of Value Indicator and Importance of Prototype Landscape in Rural Areas
Kang, Young-Eun ; Choi, Dong-Wook ; Hong, Sung-Hee ; Min, Su-Hui ; Kim, Sang-Bum ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 117~129
This study is to make value estimating system to valuate prototype landscape of rural and to derive itemized importance to select priority preservable object The results of the study are summarized as follows, It is examined value estimating standard by analyzing prototype landscape related previous study, law and order. Also, It is derived conclusive prototype landscape value estimating system by doing attribute assessment of preserving objects while surveying the site and interviewing professionals, Value estimating system is classified into five items of physical value which are integration, harmony, diversity, symbolism and aesthetics, The historical-cultural value are divided into four categories which are religious value, originality, historicity and scarcity, The communal values are divided into three categories which are sociality, continuing and regional locality and also divided into three categories which are rarity, primitiveness and diversity as the ecological value, Relative priority of prototype landscape value estimating system result is derived as historical-cultural value as the superior position and physical value, communal value and ecological value as the priority order. In the subordinate, historical categories are derived to be the most valuable and originality, symbolism, integration, regional locality, continuing, harmony, aesthetics, religious value, primitiveness, diversity of physical values and diversity of ecological value in order of the priority assessment The results of the study have the meaning of practical use in prior selection and preservation plan of preserving prototype landscape as practical alternative plan for systematical preservation of damaging prototype landscape.
Determinants of economic impact of regional regeneration program
Kim, Eui-June ; Jeong, Da-Woon ; Park, Joo-Hyung ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 131~138
The purpose of this paper is to identify the determinants of spillover effects of regional regeneration projects. This finds that the effects are positively determined by population sizes of regions and degree of industrial specialization of regeneration related industries. In particular, the improvement of accessibility through the development of transportation infrastructure facilities can contribute to increases of economic impacts of regeneration projects of high-income regions on the lagged regions. Microeconomic approaches and dynamic modelling need to be integrated for this impact analysis as further research fields.
Survey of Farmer Informationization State and Needs for Knowledge based Agricultural Information System
Kim, Hong-Yeon ; Jung, Nam-Su ; Jang, Woo-Suk ; Oh, Tae-Suk ; Lim, Chang-Su ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 139~145
Agricultural information was discussed for suggesting tasks and solutions of knowledge based information system. States of agricultural information systems in rural development administration were described and problems and tasks were summarized in knowledge needs survey of farmers who have to decide many alternatives for farming. Hard to access information are soil state, disease and insect pest. Important information in agriculture are water, soil fertility, soil physical property, and accessibility from main road. In conclusion, knowledge based agricultural information system can be developed based on surveyed needs.
A Study on the Revitalize Fishing Villages through the Analysis of Amenity Resources
Ahn, Gye-Bog ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 147~156
Among the towns of GyeongJu and SamCheok on which I have surveyed about their amenity resources in 2010, I chose 5 towns that are close to the Eastsea to analyze the data and to devise how to revitalize fishing villages. And the results are as follows. 1. Although Yangbuk-myeon is geographically located to have all the aspects of fishing village, farming village, and mountain village, the resources utilized are mainly that of mountain village. There is need to utilize actively historical amenity resources like Munmudaewangreung of Yangbuk-myeon. 2. The use of amenity resources of Yangnam-myeon is centered on farm and mountain village. But if they utilize amenity resources of fishing villages of Eupcheon-port's neighborhood, it would be a big help for the revitalization of Yangnam-myeon which is depressed. 3. The fishing mackerels on boat of Gampo-eup Jeonchonri is a successful example of utilization of fishing village's amenity resources. However, there is need to utilize amenity resources of farming and mountain villages that are near to Gampo-eup, so it can attract visitors to stay longer. Particularly, the fishing villages of the East coast must develop 4 seasons program connecting the amenity resources of neighboring farm and mountain. 4. Geundeok-myeon is a town where they made the amenity resources of fishing village into tourist attractions. But considering the wide gap between Geundeok-myeon and neighboring fishing, farming and mountain villages that cannot get the advantage of development, there has to be some inducement in policy so every town can be developed evenly. 5. After analyzing how the towns utilize the amenity resources to make them tourist attraction, it is shown that Geundeok-myeon of SamCheok is the best town which is using fishing village's amenity resources well, and Yangnam-myeon and Yangbuk-myeon of GyeongJu are scarcely using them. About types of tourist attraction, the programs with scenic view of fishing village, with water-sport, and with Eco-experience are needed to improved.
Resident-Driven Rural Village Plan Based on Ecological Rural Amenity: Focused on Busu Area, Boeun-gun, South Korea
Ban, Yong-Un ; Youn, Joong-Shuk ; Woo, Hye-Mi ; Han, Kyung-Min ; Baek, Jong-In ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 157~169
This study has intended to devise a comprehensive rural planning, driven by residents based on ecological rural amenity paradigm for Busu area, Boeun-gun, South Korea. To reach the goal, this study has performed the following processes. First, we have analyzed the elements of threat, opportunity, weakness, and strength in both inside and outside village through 'SWOT analysis. Second, through strategic analysis and consultation, we have proposed developmental directions of Busu area. Third, based on an ecological rural amenity planning system composed of ecological economy system, ecological environment system, ecological history-culture system, ecological image system, and ecological society system, we have suggested research projects of each system Fourth, we selected projects through a general meeting with all stakeholders. Fifth, the selected projects were applied to Busu area by village residents and experts. Finally, the projects, which were appraised and revised by experts, residents, and governmental officers, were composed of ecological scenic agriculture center, resident's site for city dweller, energy independent village, eco-road, eco-pond, ecological park and parking lot, restoration of traditional culture, zone of ecological scenic agriculture, eco-tunnel, eco-fence, landmark, corporate identity, community center, forum and seminar, and education for residents' empowerment.
Research on a Modification of Rural Amenity Landscape Survey Table - Centered on 2008 Rural Amenity Selection 100 -
Jeong, Ho-Hyun ; Jung, Nam-Su ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 171~178
As rural landscape is considered important elements of rurality, there are many concerns about management and conservation. Rural development administration have performed rural amenity resources survey project in South Korea from 2005 for verifying states and efficient management of rural amenity. There are some problems about ambiguous definition of rural landscape range and data overlap. In this research, we reviewed rural amenity resources survey focusing rural landscape and analysized elements of 50 complex landscape resources in 2008 rural amenity selection 100. Finally, we suggested landscape viewpoint resource table in place of rural landscape because it can minimize data overlap in survey project.