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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Sep 1996
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 1~6
농어촌 정비사업의 추진현황과 전망(내무부)
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 7~10
산촌진흥과 산림문화 창달을 위한 산촌종합개발사업(산림청)
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 11~16
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 17~20
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 21~30
Land Suitability Classification for Rational Land Use Planning in County(Gun) Area(II) Determination of the land Use Suitability to Integrate the Classified Values -
Hwang, Han-Cheol ; Choe, Su-Myeong ; Han, Gyeong-Su ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 31~38
As a rational decision-making process of county-level area development, this study designed 3-step framework : function-giving(areal analysis) on unit planning area by decision matrix of land suitability, check of typical characteristics of each function area and formulation of its future development strategies. Two alternatives were suggested as the areal analysis method, of which one is equal ordering / valuing technique of checking indices for land suitability classfication and the other preferential weighting technique. And then, under the algorithm specially defined in this study, land suitability maps(Fig.2,3) of the case study area (Seungju-county area, Chonnam-province, Korea) were drawn from the areal analysis results. By use of land suitability classification results, unique characteristics of typical function areas were defined (on 7 types of alternative 1 , 8 types of II ) and their future development strategies were formulated in the case study area, According to the categorization criteria in this study, all the villages of the case area were classfied as a suitable type of function areas illustrated in this study.
Environmental Education in Agricultural and Rural Development
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 39~48
The objectives of the study were to. 1) explain the seriousness of environmental problems and the importance of environmental education in rural development , and 2) explore more effective and efficient ways of environmental education for agriculture and rural development in Korea. The world has rapidly changed and concepts such as clientele -centered, efficiency, and globalization are flowing under this change. Agriculture or rural development is not an exception. In order for agriculture as an occupation and rural communities to have competitiveness in efficiency and attractiveness, it is important to develop and execute a well-planned program for agriculture and rural development. Otherwise, farmers and rural inhabitants will continue to leave the agriculture and rural areas. Frequent recent reports of newspapers on nit and water pollution, including nutrients and pesticides have brought attention to the seriousness of environmental problems in Korea. Environmental concerns should consider in planning and executing the rural development program. People want to get contamination-free foods, water and fresh air. They can and are willing to pay their money for high quality food, water and a better living environment, as their incomes have been increasing, Agriculture and rural communities may have competitiveness in these aspects. It is irony that environmental concerns makes the possibility of changes in agriculture and rural development in Korea. Environmental education will have an increasingly important role in agriculture and rural development. Environmental problems relate to the human behavior in various aspects. Many environmental problems are mainly rooted to people's ignorance and spending-habits, and lack of technology related to environment. These human behaviors are the focus that environmental education should teach and change. Environmental education has been carried out through various subjects in school education in Korea, but "Environment" in middle school and "Environmental Science" in high school were separated as a regular subject from 1996. Environmental education still has a lot of room for development from a theoretical frame work. Environmental education should be carried out as action-oriented, student-centered programs. Various teaching materials, programs and proper supporting budget should be developed so that environmental education fulfills its necessary role well in agriculture and rural development. A textbook about the environment alone will not guarantee a high quality environmental education.
Effect on Environmental Conservation and Development Community through Herb Garden -A Case Study of the Herb Island, Chiba, Japan-
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 49~56
This study examines the development and management of the Herb Island in Japan, and explores influences of the herb garden on a rural community. The result suggested that the development of a herb garden can make a major impact on a rural community's econmoic stability and growth, and low-input cultivation of herbs serves to the ecosystem and soil conservation. In order to foster the herb industry in Korea, three aspcets should be considered. These are as follows. 1. Selection of suitable kinds of herbs and sites for Korean natural environment,and planning for proper landuse should be carried out first. 2. Proper policies for a herb garden to help local economy should be established. 3. Development of programs and experts on environmental education should be included in planning herb gardens in order to contribute to natural environment preservation.
Ecological and Cultural Village Renewal in Germany
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 57~68
Village Renewal(Dorferneuerung) Policy Program in Germany, directly originated from Rural Beutification Movement between mid 18C and mid 19C, has several characteristics as follows. First, we can find out the planned approach in land use and settlement reorganization of Pillage Renewal Program. There are three ways to designate the planning area of the village rearrangement project in countryside. One is to designate the detailed B-plan district by urban plan for the village over some size defined legally. Another is to have a living space of settlement be contained in land allotment project area. In this case, residential areas of several villages related to agricultural land consolidation should be simultaneously designated as the project area. The last is only for the built environment focused on the living space. Second, the emphasis in German village encouragement program can be made on the integral approach through which sets of policy programs of the land allotment, the living environment improvement, the physical landscape management and the cultural resources conservation are intensively implemented together. Third, the bottom-up and community participation approach can be greatly stressed on the planning and implementation process, Community participation, subsidy application to local government by residents themselves, community consensus on architectural style and outdoor spatial form, etc. have been recognized as an effective strategy to accomplish the task of village activity promotion.
Impact of Livestock-production Wastewater on Water Pollution
Choe, Hong-Rim ; Son, Jae-Ho ; Ryu, Sun-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 69~78
Environmental impact assessment survey reflecting farmers` opinion on the residence and production space in rural settlement area by ORD showed that more than 86% of respondents thought their reservoirs and waterways (small rivers) were getting seriously contaminated primarily by garbage and livestock manure. A typical rural settlement unit was taken to assess the impact of improper management of livestock manure in the farms on the water quality of small river flowing down along the villages where swine and dairy farms were situated in Daejook 2, 3-ri, Seolseong-myun, Icheon-gun. Nitrogen compounds such as NO
-N, and phosphorus compound H
, DO, BOD
, COD, and microbial density were analyzed to evaluate water quality at five test sites designated along the water stream. Tests showed. for example, BOD
at site 4 was average 9.2mg/l which was about 3~8 times higher than that of observation site 2 and 3, at which most livestock houses were situated. This is a clear evidence that the nutrients of livestock manure illegally discharged to small river can lead to an eutrophication of the river at downstream. A soil absorption system with aeration could be one of alternatives to treat the contaminated wastewater by livestock manure. The place at downstream, inbetween observation site 1 and 2, could be the best construction site for the treatment facility from the standpoint of the overall treatment efficiency, An enclosed composting system can also be regarded as a good alternative for treatment of the sludge which is the by-product of the soil absorption system operation.
A Methodological Consideration of Landscape Control Planning in Rural Settlement Area.
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 79~90
In recent year, construction of national infrastructure, variations of agricultural environment, urbanization of rural life-style, and other things have influenced on rural area. Therefore, its landscapes have been changed rapidly. As a result of it, rural landscape should be controlled with amenity and totality. That is a rural amenity control planning. The purposes of this study is to consider characters of rural settlement area, the directions of landscape control planning as an environmental planning, the structure of rural landscape, the process of rural landscape control planning, and its frameworks. Main viewpoints of landscape control planning in rural settlement are as follows; the using of regional resources, the harmony of surrounding environments, the harmony of natural ecology, locating of facilities, the development of new landscape material, maintenance of sequencing, symbolizing, unificating, and opening, the using of natural/regional materials, the using of waterfront, the making of stories.
The Directions of Rural Environmental Planning Based on Establishing Environment Contexts.
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 1, 1996, Pages 91~99
This study was accomplished to present a new paradigm of rural environmental planning for the purpose of changing a rural planner's acknowledgments. This study was composed of a follows, To search the structures and orders in rural environment on the point of four environmental contexts. First, environment contexts with spaces, society, and time. Second, environment contexts with spaces unit in human settlement. Third, environment contexts with correlation of physical environment, institutional environment, and social environment. Fourth, environment contexts with ecotope( physiotope + biotope) and landscape ecology. To analyze and criticize a present political situation of rural planning in Korea. To apply a paradigm of environmental planning for rural planning.