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Volume 18, Issue 4 - Dec 2012
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Sep 2012
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Jun 2012
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Mar 2012
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The Development of Eco-village Planning Indicators for Sustainability
Woo, Hye-Mi ; Ban, Yong-Un ; Han, Kyung-Min ; Baek, Jong-In ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 1~11
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.001
Eco-village has been regarded as an alternative to accomplish sustainable development for rural village. This study has intended to develop comprehensive planning indicators to establish an eco-village based on such aspects of sustainable development as economy, environment, and society. To reach this objective, this study has set up six goals as follows: 1) ecological production activities for agriculture, 2) resource circulation and energy independence in the economic domain; 3) building cultural and historical succession and community activation, and 4) living together with surrounding regions in social domain; and 5) maintaining environmental habitat, and 6) restoring natural ecosystem in environmental domain. Based on these goals, this study has developed the planning indicators to build an eco-village through case study, literature review, survey for suitability, and factor analysis. This study has found 17 strategies and 47 planning indicators in accordance with the six goals.
A Study on the Settlement Environment and Life Satisfaction of Sub-Urban Residential Complex - Focused on the comparative analysis of Sub-Urban Residential Complex created by the government and the nongovernment -
Cho, Young-Jae ; Cho, Eun-Jung ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 13~26
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.013
This study aims to present the policy issues and direction of sub-urban residential complex by analyzing the settlement environment and life satisfaction. For the purpose, 10 sub-urban residential complexes in Chungnam Province were surveyed for general situation, physical environment, social environment, economic environment. The results are as follows; 1) The satisfaction in the physical environment is more higher in case of the complex created by the public organization. 2) The physical environment is an important factor in the determinant of the settlement, while the economic environment have a relatively lower impact. 3) The residents community is the more active, the satisfaction in the social environment is the more improved. 4) The source of income or the activity of consumption doesn't have an effect on the satisfaction in the economic environment. On the basis of this study, three programs for improvement of sub-urban residential complex policy were suggested. First, the various information and counseling service should be provided to attract city dwellers. Second, the policy on the development of sub-urban residential complex has to consider residential preference factors and improve the quality of life. Third, to increase the life satisfaction, the residents community should be activated and especially the activation of community with residents in other village is very important.
Comparison of Complementary Forest of Village between Korea and China - Focuced on Jinan in Korea and Qingzhou in China -
Park, Jae-Chul ; Gwan, Dan Dan ; Jung, Kyoung-Sook ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 27~37
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.027
The purpose of this study is on comparing complementary forest of village between Korea and China. For this, Jinan of Korea and Qingzhou of China were selected through the pre-survey about the representative region of both country. The main research method was literature study, field study and interview with local residents. The comparative analysis between two regions was performed by frequency analysis of surveyed data. Which shows complementary forest of village in two regions has so much in common and also has many differences which is related with the local practical life. As a result, it was identified that the area and remained number, concentration degree of Jinan were greater than those of Cheongju. But it was identified that the linear form and location were similar in both regions. Through these identification, it is helpful to establish policy direction of both countries about the complementary forest.
Effect Analysis of Introduction of New Agricultural Technology - Case Study Base on Automatic Switch for Heat Insulating Covering -
Choi, Don-Woo ; Yeon, Il-Kweon ; Do, Han-Woo ; Lin, Qing-Long ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 39~45
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.039
The objective of this study was to analyze the determinant factors in the new agricultural technology acceptance targeted to the automatic switchgear for heat-retaining mulching used on the oriental melons farms. The probit and the logit models were estimated using survey data. The result indicated that the level of income, innovativeness, and reliability are important factors of the new agricultural technology acceptance. Therefore, it is considered the level of income, innovativeness, and reliability in advance to extend the new agricultural technology quickly.
Estimation of Willingness to Pay of Rural Tourism
Park, Jeong-Won ; Choi, Young-Wan ; Yoon, Yong-Cheol ; Kim, Young-Joo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 47~56
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.047
Recently urban areas have been advanced in the aspects of convenience, traffic, and cultural environments, but they have faced various problems including environmental issues, traffic congestion, and increasing stress. In contrast, rural areas are in charge of various functions, conservations of natural environments and traditional cultures. Rural life style may be beneficial to urbanites. As urbanites are increasingly interested in leisure activities, such as experiences of tradition cultures and education, safe foods and rural tourism are gaining attention as alternative ways of satisfying their desires. In other words, the rural tourism not only provides urbanites with leisure spaces by playing a role in relations between urban and rural areas, but also acts as a nonfarm income to the rural residents. With the changes of time, the number of current rural experience tourism on a nationwide is increasing and competition among locations is getting intensive. Particularly, despite various rural tourism villages in operation, there is not a standard in the dice for experience cost and accommodation costs. Accordingly, the aim of the study was to estimate urbanites' willingness to pay(WTP) for rural experience tourism and to provide basic data for qualitative growth and revitalization with regard to the tours. The estimated WTP for rural experience tourism was found to be 5,600won for experience, 5,600won for food, 42,000won for accommodation, and 13,000won for purchasing farm products, respectively. This trend could be similarly found (there were slight differences in food cost) on all analyses, such as the research of the current situations of rural tourism villages in Gyeongnam province, the pilot survey and the estimation depending on whether or not urbanites experienced the tours. In other words, the WTP for urban hands-on experience tours estimated by this study is considered highly significant in terms with possibility of its application in the sites. It is concluded that the urbanites' WTP for rural experience tourism obtained by this study will contribute to the setup of standard index of rural tourism, the qualitative development of rural hands-on experiences, and the raise of nonfarm income.
The Improvement Proposal of Rural Community Centers : by the Case Studies of 30 Centers in Samnangjin-eup, Miryang City
Kim, Seong-Ho ; Lee, Yoo-Jick ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 57~68
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.057
This study is to suggest the improving methods for rural community centers by analysis of 30 community centers in Samnangjin-eup, Miryang city, Gyeongnam. To fulfill this purpose, the facilities, usable condition and management system were examined. The user needs and level of satisfaction were also investigated through the interviews with 858 citizens. The average size of the centers is
, and 73% of them are one-story buildings. Women use the community center more frequently than men in ratio of 6:4. 43.4% of interviewees visit the center 1 or 2 times a month, but on the other hand 27.4% of them use the center almost every day. Recess is surely the main purpose, and health care and community meeting are next two reasons. 67.8% and 72.4% of them are not satisfied with the inside and outside of the community center respectively. The interview results demonstrate that the most important issue is the lack of facilities. To improve the community centers in Samnangjin-eup, first of all, various kinds of indoor and outdoor facilities must be equipped. Secondly, considering the center is the core of rural community life, the qualitative improvement in accommodation is also needed as well as facility diversification. The efficiency of space utilization is another issue. A small piece of land or abandoned space must be utilized. Moreover, it is very critical that the users are mostly seniors and elders, so improvements of facilities will be executed in terms of safety and convenience. Finally, administrative and financial support should be made for the people, so as to maintain the the rural community center on their own.
A Study on the Basic Infra-Structure Disparities in Jeollanam-do Rural Areas - With Special Reference in Rural Roads, Public Water and Sewage Disposal Services -
Yoon, Chi-Wook ; Choi, Soo-Myung ; Kim, Young-Taek ; Park, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 69~79
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.069
This study was carried out to analyze the disparities of basic living infrastructure between Guns(rural counties), and between Eups/Myuns(rural districts) in Jeollanam-do province. For the purpose of this study, dimensions of regional disparity in basic living structure were measured by 3 components ; road, public water service and sewage disposal. By utilizing the published statistics, this study has examined 8 Guns(counties) containing Eup and Myon in Jeollanam-do province which can represent 4 different rural areal types, respectively, i,e. mountainous, semi-mountainous, flat and seashore areas. The data acquisition time of this study is fixed on end of 2009 year in order for possible collections of the most recent published statistics. It presents evidence on the magnitude and evolution of discussion of regional disparities between Guns(counties), and between Eup & Myon, and between Myons in Jeollanam-do province even though infrastructure provision level of Jeollanam-do rural areas are much more improved than the past. Concludingly, the existing disparities in this area is meaningful and so, it should be seriously reconsidered when deciding local government's budget allocation priority.
The Consideration of Progressive Urban Park and The Possibility of Urban Agricultural Park
Yun, Hee-Jeong ; Cho, Mi-Kyoung ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 18, issue 2, 2012, Pages 81~90
DOI : 10.7851/ksrp.2012.18.2.081
Urban parks are progressing but are in chaos in the twenty-first century. Therefore the purposes of this study are to consider critically and classify the new paradigm of urban parks. Urban parks are one of the space products, and progressing aspects can be divided into three parts; supply, demand and market aspects. In the abstract, urban parks' progress represents process, openness or voidness, general and cultural ecology, productivity, experience program, identity or sense of place, carriers of urban regeneration, urban infrastructure, community space, multi-layered activity, active space, communication with urban space, tool of low carbon strategy and consilience. But urban parks have come under increased criticism about the long period development on trees growth, covering open space, limitation of general and cultural ecology, production, activity programs, identity and community space, visible urban regeneration, economic validity, urban sprawl, not using as the low carbon strategy, and finally negative consilience with contiguous fields. We collected these critical consideration about progressing urban parks, and proposed urban agricultural park as one of the alternative urban parks. This is closely connected with sustainable region development, low-carbon society, local food, well-being, Lohas paradigm and amenity of urban life.