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Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development
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Volume 18, Issue 4 - Dec 2011
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Sep 2011
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Jun 2011
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Mar 2011
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Reviews of Rural In-Migration Studies and Its Practical Implications
Lee, Min-Soo ; Park, Duk-Byeong ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 18, issue 1, 2011, Pages 1~33
In-migration has long been recognized as on important factor in rural development. Its impact can be expected to increase even further as the elderly population continues to grow. Recently with the retirement of baby boomers, postretirement moves have become increasingly important issue in rural Korea. Because the consequences of rural in-migration are often most pronounced at the local or regional level, rural planners are among the many scholars and practitioners seeking to understand the patterns and consequences of in-migration. At the same time, however, planners have sometimes overlooked basic research on the causes and determinants of mobility, and on the relationships between retirement migration and other socioeconomic processes. The papers aims to explore the reviews of rural in-migration studies and its practical implications, providing an interdisciplinary review of the most important studies published between 1990-2009. Through the literature review of in-migration, this study suggests that main arguments for rural in-imgration studies such as rural populations, counterurbanization, rural businesses incubator and rural amenity be emphasized to vitalize and diversify rural economies.
A Study on an Adolescent Experience of Children from International Marriage in Rural Area
Kweon, Hae-Soo ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 18, issue 1, 2011, Pages 35~72
Study on children from international marriage so far has been conducted focusing on the school-aged children, and it uniformly presents those children as a mere being with problem, overlooking regional variables of rural area. Hence, this study aims to seek various means of adaptation of children from international marriage by considering both variables rural area and adolescence. For this study, six children from international marriage living in the rural area of H county in Jeonlanamdo were chosen, in-dept interview were conducted, and Giorgi(1985) was used to analyze qualitative data. The results shows that these adolescences appear to have extensive experiences in the areas of learning, personal relationship, home and identity. Level of academic achievement was influenced by what school they attend to, and personal relationship aspect was affected by prejudice and discriminative perception from people around them. In addition, in home environment, hatred toward father, sympathy for mother, comparison with mothers who have great cultural adaptation skills, and pressure as the firstborn appear to be on the increase. Adolescent children tend to be addicted to internet games in order to escape from anxiety, experiencing identity crisis. They tend to be negative about international marriage of their parents, and exhibit behaviors refusing values and religious view of their parents. At the conclusion, limitation of the study and suggestion for further study are presented.
A Study on the and Its Related Variables Social Distance of Adolescent of Multicultural Family in Rural Areas
Jeong, Jin-Hwan ; Lee, Chang-Seek ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 18, issue 1, 2011, Pages 73~99
As multicultural family gradually increased, our society is changing towards multicultural society. This study tried to identify the factors related with social distance of adolescent of multicultural family. The participants were 568 middle school students living in S city, D and H county in Chungnam province. Data for the study were analyzed by frequency, mean comparison, correlation and regression analysis. The study results were summarized as follows. First, there were significant differences in social distance according to gender, school record, and place of residence. Second, there were significant differences in social distance according to degree of intimacy between general adolescents. Third, as a result of correlation analysis, the lower self-esteem was, the lower value orientation was, the lower cultural diversity was; the higher social distance is. Accordingly, social distance for adolescents had negative correlations with self-esteem, value orientation, and cultural diversity. Fourth, variables affecting social distance were gender, school record, family composition, place of residence, friend from multicultural family, intention to be a friend, experience of overseas travel, self-esteem, value orientation, cultural diversity. Among them, intention to be a friend was a main predictor.
Effectiveness of a Motion Picture Contents in Middle School Career Education
Chung, Yon-Soon ; Yu, Byeong-Min ; Roh, Kyung-Ran ; Lee, Seung-Chul ; Park, Hye-Jin ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 18, issue 1, 2011, Pages 101~128
The purpose of this study is to find out the effectiveness of instructional method using by a motion picture at cognitive and affective learning domain, and students' preferences for instructional methods in middle school career education. The nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest research design was applied to an experimental group and to a control group. A pair of 75students from four classes participated in an experiment. The results show higher learning achievements both of cognitive and affective domains in experimental group than in control group. Higher students' preferences for instructional methods were found in experimental group than in control group. It is concluded that a motion picture could give a more concrete experience and a more pleasure to students than traditional lecture. Higher learning achievements in cognitive and affective learning domain of career education and higher preferences were came out in consequence of using a motion picture.
The Meaning of Rurality in Traditional Three-verse Korean Poem Written by Sadaebu
Ch'oi, Ja-Un ; Kim, Sang-Bum ; Kim, Eun-Ja ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 18, issue 1, 2011, Pages 129~152
The study aims to investigate the meaning of the rurality in traditional three-verse Korean poem written by Sadaebu(사대부). We will discuss integration method for Rural and rurality. Rurality is not physical truth, but personal and subjective thing. The meaning of the rurality produce socially. So, the concept of the Rurality can be interpreted in many ways. Sadaebu in the Joseon period put emphasis on rural as a object of a self-discipline and govern. They compose a poem from rural life. There are various meaning related to rurality in traditional three-verse Korean poem. The rurality meaning of the Sijo written by Yakcheon and Jonjae can define union between the natural order and poetic narrator. poetic narrators accept theirselves to nature and work willingly. The host of the program must make visitors homesick and gives more energy by Sijo experience program. The most import thing is the identification of the visitor and rural. To accomplish these purpose, It needs visitors can sing a sijo by oneself.
Review of Danish Agricultural Advisory Service and Its Implications
Shim, Mi-Ok ; Kim, Ji-Sung ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 18, issue 1, 2011, Pages 153~197
The purpose of this study is to look at the development and status of Danish Agricultural Advisory Service (DAAS) and to find some implications on Korean agricultural and rural extension. Agriculture is main industry contributed to economic growth in Denmark. Main factors of this success would be strong farmers' organizations, commercial co-operatives, farmers' active participation in training and education, and independent advisory service owned and managed by farmers. DAAS has unique developmental history. First service was started by local farmer's organization in 1871. Farmers themselves wanted to start advisory service in order to improve the quality of butter. National center of DAAS was established in 1971 in order to disseminate knowledge to local centers, to develop new activities and computer programs, and to deliver in-service training of local advisors. In 2010, one national center with 550 employees and 32 local centers with 2,900 employes are serving for 48,000 farms. The service covers almost all farmers' needs such as production, finance, tax, buildings, crops, livestock, organic production, environment, legal matter. DAAS Academy tries to offer relevant, just-in-time training activities in order to develop the competences of advisors effectively.