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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 8, Issue 3 - Oct 2002
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Aug 2002
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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Direction of sustainable agriculture and rural development
Cheong, Ji-Woong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 8, issue 3, 2002, Pages 1~14
This study intends to review the sustainable agriculture and rural development concepts and practices and to present their directions toward better rural planning. Review of related literature including use of available documents and field visits both in Korea and overseas countries are two main methods of data collection with no quantitative analysis. Before sustainable (rural) development was fashionably used in the 1990s in the world, sustainable agriculture and other similar terminologies such as organic farming, alternative agriculture, low-input sustainable agriculture, natural farming, and environment-friendly farming are considered important in the academics as well as In action. The significant relationship between farmers' engagement in sustainable farming and their participation in voluntary social organizations is evidenced, so that it might be said that sustainable agriculture be the basis of sustainable rural development. Whether in sustainable agriculture or in sustainable rural development, the sustainable rural economy is considered more important toward better rural planning both in Korea and in the world.
A Study on a Criteria for a Domain Selection of Less-Favored Area
Um, Dai-Ho ; Han, Kyung-Soo ; Jun, Teak-Ki ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 8, issue 3, 2002, Pages 15~23
The study was performed to establish a criteria which can be served as a reference in preparing upland direct payment program in Korea, by analyzing WTO agreement content and by studying about direct payment program in EU and Japan and by slope analysis using GIS. Slope analysis using GIS was operated by 1/5000 digital map, and a field survey was put in practice, and merits and demerits were deduced. We can propose a criteria to select the disadvantaged areas in aspects of physical condition, farming condition. and economical and social condition is important to regionally classify "less-favored area(LFA)" and LFA division by economical and social condition is needed to identify legally. Therefore, we would propose a criteria which can select "less-favored area" by analyzing WTO agreement content and by studying about direct payment program in EU and Japan and slope analysis using GIS and a field survey.
A Study on the Development Selection Criteria of Hilly/Mountainous and Less-Favored Areas
Lee, Seok-Joo ; Han, Kyung-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 8, issue 3, 2002, Pages 25~32
The purpose of this study is to define the concept of Hilly/Mountainous and Less-Favored Areas from the viewpoint of agricultural infrastructure, and to establish selection criteria and categorize of that areas. Using three type guidelines which were the rates of forest(above 50%), farmhouse population(above 50%) and infrastructure improvement(below 50%), the regions of 605 Eup Myon were selected to Hilly/Mountainous and Less-Favored Area. And for applying to regional development planning, the legions of eup myon were classified 4 types using average of the rate of forest and aged farmhouse population(75%, 17.5%). To conserve the farmland in Hilly/Mountainous and Less-Favored Areas, it requires continuous research on systematic approach method. Especially, it is necessary to investigate a development formula according to farmland scale and desolated degree through analysis of the actual condition of farmland.
Development of Prediction Techniques for Desalinization in Reclaimed Tidelands
Koo, Ja-Woong ; Son, Jae-Gwon ; Choi, Jin-Kyu ; Lee, Dong-Wook ; Song, Jae-Do ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 8, issue 3, 2002, Pages 33~40
The PTDRT model as prediction techniques for desalinization in reclaimed tidelands was developed and verified whether it is applicable to reclaimed tidelands at the beginning stage. The changes of salt concentration during desalinization, the water requirements and period required for desalinization, were simulated according to soil properties and desalinization methods by repression analyses. The program was also designed to systematize input data and analysis data associated with desalinization, and to confirm the results by a graphic form. All input data and the results can be printed after the form of a typical report.
Assessment of Geographic Factors with Time on Longevity using Geographic Information System
Kim, Yun-Soon ; Yoon, Seong-Soo ; Kim, Han-Joong ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 8, issue 3, 2002, Pages 41~48
Spatially distributed characteristic of longevity regions analysed using GIS tools. Fundamental factors for long life are categorized into natural conditions and artificial conditions. Degree of longevity is defined and used as a key parameter in analyzing longevity region. It is visually shown that aging areas are moving with time and variances of social and economic status. It is concluded that the degree of longevity is increased with improving living quality because of improvement of economic activities and living environment. However, longevity regions of recent times have slightly reversed tendency against urban areas in the manner of moving toward areas where social and economical activities are relatively weaker.
The Plan of Rural Housing Development in Wonsam-myun
Kim, Sung-Hee ; Kim, Shin-Won ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 8, issue 3, 2002, Pages 49~57
The purpose of this study is to present a new orientation for the residential culture that can meet the shifting demands of modern people as their attitudes toward life change. One of the rural regions that has lately attracted considerable attention, Wonsam-myun, Yongin city, is selected as the residence zone to develop a housing complex. In this study, a new housing complex is designed to supplement the defects of existing housing complexes by making the utmost use of the merits that Wonsam-myun as a residential environment can offer. The major findings of this study can be summarized as follows: 1. To present a new Korean model, yellow soil houses and traditional trees were used to utilize Korea's traditional landscape beauty in the construction and landscape aspect, instead of imitating indiscreetly foreign styles in which most newly developed housing complexes were built. 2. To provide convenience to prospective residents, a package sales scheme covering from lot purchase to building permit was adopted. 3. As for the planting plan, existing plants was preserved as much as possible to keep harmony with new plants. In selecting plant types, a traditional method that emphasizes on the visual effects of aesthetic plants and shade trees with the change of seasons and plants various kinds of plants according to directions was adopted. 4. Each household was given the opportunity to design its own garden according to the family's preference and taste. 5. The advantages of a rural area that city does not offer were fully utilized to provide the residents with convenience and pleasure of living.