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Volume 19, Issue 4 - Dec 2012
Volume 19, Issue 3 - Sep 2012
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A Factor Analysis on Resident's Satisfaction of the Efficient Rural Development Projects: Focusing on the Rural Development Projects under the Block Grants System in Buyeo
Yoon, Jun Sang ; Park, Eun Byong ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 773~798
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.773
The study present the findings divide into brand naming, image, positioning. The farms built trust by consumer relationship with the farm brand. The results of the study provide insights for agricultural marketers who intend to design brand stories that align with their produce. This study is a regional case study of the factor analysis which explain residents' satisfaction of the efficient rural development projects under the Block Grants System in Buyeo. This study attempted to proceed the empirical survey of 353 residents who live in one 'town(eup)' and 13 'village(meon)' in Buyeo-gun and analyzed through SPSSWIN. The results of the satisfaction analysis in the local development projects satisfied with the overall average 3.16 and then empirically verified the important factors of the 'cultural and leisure activities', 'learning environment', 'jobs and working conditions', 'transportation'. The factor analysis of 12 variables united into three factors, the first Factors are 'transportation', 'learning environment', 'social welfare', 'cultural and leisure activities', 'Information and Communication', 'Health and Medical Services'. The second factors are 'crimes and accidents', 'environmental management', 'neighbor relations and social participation', and the third factors united into 'income and consumption activities', 'job creation' which imply the economic variables, and 'residential environment' as the common category.
The Valuation for Automatic Milking System
Kim, Yun Ho ; Son, Chan Soo ; Kim, Mi Ok ; Jung, Gu Hyun ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 799~831
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.799
This study was accomplished to support farmers who want to introduce Automatic Milking System. The methods of analysis is considered on it as investment analysis that NPV, ROV and FROV. As a classical investment analysis technique, NPV showed 142 thousand won on the every senarioes. On the other hands, The Real Option Analysis showed 153,826, 154,937 and 152,858 on the normal, optimistic and pessimistic senarioes respectively. it is considered as a investment analysis technique for strategic decision-making. But, it may have problem to evaluate present value of expected cash flows and expected costs by a single number. To solve those problems, this paper tried to evaluate Fuzzy Real Option Model which were jointed with a real option model and Fuzzy set model. The result of analysis showed, on respective senarioes, 153,515 to 161,489, 154,612 to 162,970, and 152,573 to 159,835 on the interval estimation. Thereby It is a more realistic in many cases.
Preference Analysis of the Mobile Service Users on the Rural Tourism
Kim, Sang Bum ; Son, Ho Gi ; Lee, Dong Gwan ; Park, Mee Jeong ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 833~857
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.833
This study was carried out aiming to provide information and enhance the satisfaction of real-time smartphones users on Rural Amenity Resources Information Services. For this purpose, domestic and international discussions and surveys on technology developments and expert analysis smartphone technology were reviewed. And empirical data were collected from 600 people through structured questionnaires including smart-phone experience, smartphone usage behavior, the required content, service items, service quality, Through this information, the content of rural amenity resources, how to take advantage of smart phones. Service Plan and developed, and a rural village locations to target mobile phone technology, the content was established. Through the preference analysis of the collected data, we designed the contents of rural amenity resources information based on smart-phone. It will be helpful to enhance the interchange between urban and rural such as farmer's market and rural tourism.
Effectiveness of Literacy Education for Adults in Rural Area and its Implications: Focused on the Case of Chungyang County
Chun, Eun Kyung ; Choe, Yeong Chang ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 859~880
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.859
The purpose of this study were to analyze the effectiveness of literacy education and suggest the implication for the improving the literacy program in rural area. This study was conducted through an extensive review of literature related to literacy education. And Researchers developed the test questions for measuring the effectiveness of literacy program in Chungyang country. The data from 254 participants were used for analysis Some implications were summarized as followings: (1) the literacy program should be continued after three-year term, (2) the futher program must be planned and proceeded for the upgrading learners' ability, (3) various opportunities should be offered for the improving teachers' ability, (4) new programs should be developed for the male learners.
Effects of Social Support and Parent-Child Communication on Emotional Intelligence of Multicultural Primary School Students in Rural Areas
Lee, Chang Seek ; Park, Ji Young ; Lim, In Taik ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 881~904
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.881
This study was to investigate the relationship among emotional intelligence, social support and parent-child communication of multicultural primary school students in rural areas. All of the students for the study were sampled from three multicultural primary schools in rural areas. About 10% among them were from multicultural family students. First, the result indicated that students' emotional intelligence was positively correlated with social support and open communication with their parents. Second, there were no significant differences between unicultural family and multicultural family in social support, parent-child communication, and emotional intelligence. Third, the result of regression analysis revealed that peer and family support were predictors of emotional intelligence of multicultural primary school students in rural areas. The implications for the improvement strategy for multicultural primary school in rural ares were suggested.
Curriculum Development for Agribusiness Management Consulting Competency of Agricultural Educator
Kang, Dae Koo ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 905~959
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.905
This study was aimed to find the agribusiness management consulting competency for agricultural educator, to find the teaching method and evaluation criteria for each competency group, and to recommend the subjects, contents of each subject, instruction method and evaluation criteria of each subject. Through the literature review, web searching of agricultural consulting company and 17 experts members' reviews as delphi methods, agribusiness management consulting competency for agricultural educator was found of 64 items in 90 items. After educability reviews, it was selected of 45 item in 64 items for necessary and educable competency. And it was selected to good teaching method and evaluation criteria in each competency groups. Finally, eight subjects, major contents of each subject, instructional method and evaluation criteria in each subject were recommended for agribusiness management competency, and some recommendations were presented.
The Spatial Distribution Characteristics and Determinants of Strong Small Farm: Focusing on Apples
Kim, Hyun Joong ; Lee, Seong Woo ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 961~987
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.961
The present study is to investigate the characteristics and determinants of spatial distribution of strong small farm by defining the term, strong small farm (SSF) extracting the SSF households data dealing with apples, from 2010 Census of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Korea. Spatial distribution and concentration of SSF are analyzed based on spatial clustering techniques. We construct discrete dependent variables on strong and non-strong small farms and then analyze the determinants of the SSFs using probit model, with independent variables including population and economic characteristics and management characteristics. As of 2010, the apple SSFs, 1,529 households in total, are geographically concentrated in Gyeonsangbuk-do according to the analysis results. The determinants of SSF are similar to those of farms' earnings. When located in the apple producing area, and participating in producers organization while selling products directly, the farm is highly likely an SSF. The findings and results of the present study are expected to provide fundamental information helpful for preparing and implementing policies for SSFs in that the present study investigates the characteristics of SSF, which is a prerequisite step for SSF-related policies.
Analysis of Current Situation and Perception of Empty Homes Owners' Managing and Using Rural Empty Houses: Focused on Jeonbuk Wanju County
Hwang, Jeong Im ; Choi, Yoon Ji ; Kim, Hyo Jeong ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 989~1020
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.989
The purpose of this study is to look into current situation and perception of empty homes owners' managing and using rural empty houses. This topic is important because basic data has to be broadly accumulated to facilitate using empty houses as an idle resources in rural areas. Besides, the demand of urban migrants' using empty houses as an economic house or temporary house keeps increasing. We called 2012 respondents who had empty houses in Wanju County. The questionnaire consisted of current situation of empty homes owners' managing and using empty house, plan of using empty house, perception of using empty house and demographic factors of respondents. As a result, we identified each characteristics of the owner of empty house, the empty house, and the place where the empty house was located. Futhermore, by analysing the behavior and perception of the owner of empty house by those characteristics, we suggested the direction of government's support for facilitating reusing rural empty houses.
Assessment of Working Posture Using RULA and REBA in Small Plants with Agricultural Products
Koo, Hye Ran ; Kim, Hyo Cher ; Shin, Yong Seok ; Lee, Kyung Suk ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 1021~1039
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.1021
Based on the ergonomic evaluation of workers in the domestic traditional Korean sweet manufacturer, one of the small scale agricultural product manufacturers, the purpose of this study is on estimating the specific works and muscles that have possibility of musculoskeletal disorder through an EMG experiment for quantitative evaluation. The method followed in an order: works that have musculoskeletal disorder risk were extracted through ergonomic assessment tools, RULA and REBA, and then EMG experiment on the postures was carried out with six healthy adult male patients. As an ergonomic evaluation result, work posture during the drying process had the greatest musculoskeletal disorder risk, and EMG activity in the cleansing work posture scored the highest among the drying, cleansing, and coating work postures. In particular in the drying work, relatively high EMG activities were shown in the two muscles in the lower body: biceps femoris muscle, and gastrocnemius, than any other muscles. Therefore, during the traditional Korean sweet workplace design in future, the workplace requires a posture that deeply bow wrist for a long time should be avoided.
An Analysis on the Change Factor Based on the Industrial GRDP of 5 Gun in Chungcheongnam-do
Kim, Jung Tae ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 1041~1066
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.1041
This article aims to analyse the change factor of the industry in rural area. As the regional economy is consist of variety industry in local Revitalization of Rural Economy should consider the growth factor of industry. Analytical method is Shift-Share analysis, analysis data is used GRDP of the 5 target area. Analysis is showed that Agriculture, forestry and fishing is leading position. but Farm population decreased rapidly underway. Side work farmer and industry population is increasing rapidly. the Regional Economic growth inhibitory of 5 Gun is the weakness of the internal factor. especially Competition component is than industry-Mixed component. and the Growth of Agriculture, forestry and fishing is external factor. To improve the regional economy, 5 Gun must improve the fault. and the growth of Agriculture, forestry and fishing should promote the consumption of local products to as the local food system.
Planning of Exhibit Halls in Rural Tourism Villages Applying Experience Factor(4Es) Theory
Lee, Jeung Won ; Kim, Eun Ja ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 1067~1094
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.1067
Building of exhibit halls in rural area has been a new trend with increasing investments in rural development. Exhibit hall can be an effective way to specialize rural village with amenity resources which is now in a flood of agritourism. However, most of exhibit halls being operated by rural villages have similar display on similar themes and are poorly managed. To aggressively promote rural amenity resources in villages and make visitors satisfy through their experiences, this research reviewed experience economy theory of Pine and Gilmore(1998) and derived planning guidelines of rural theme exhibit hall applying experiential factors(Educational, Esthetic, Escapist, and Entertainment experiences). Finally, we applied these planning guidelines to a site, Igil village which is located in Cheorwon County, Gangwon-do, with a theme of a red-crowned crane for verification.
Study on Assessment Indicators for the Development of Agricultural Technology Development
Ku, Kyo Young ; Kwak, Cheul Soon ; Hwang, Dae Yong ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 1095~1136
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.1095
The study demonstrated the pre-feasibility evaluation of the new agricultual technology R&D project and the ways to improve it. The study created new criteria for pre-feasibility evaluation based on the results acquired from the examination and analysis of pre-feasibility evaluation systems and criteria of various institutions at home and abroad in order to understand the current state of the evaluation method conducted by the Rural Development Administration and to seek ways for its improvement. The new criteria include indices for technicity, marketability, and feasibility. Based on these, questionnaires were prepared and the answers on them were statistically analyzed to set weights between indices. It was found that feasibility appeared the highest, in particular, feasibilities related to budget appropriateness, novelty, possibility of demand for the technology, and potential of commercialization appeared high. Referring to this conclusion, a simple operation process of pre-feasibility evaluation was introduced in the study.
The Typology of Urban-Rural Migration and Its Implications
Lee, Min Soo ; Park, Duk Byeong ;
Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development, volume 19, issue 4, 2012, Pages 1137~1170
DOI : 10.12653/jecd.2012.19.4.1137
The study aims to identify the typology of urban-rural migration and its implications. Factors analysis showed that the motivation of migration were economic, idyllic, family, escape of urban life, and farm succession. The most important variable was economic motivation. Cluster analysis also showed that enterprise seeker, small new business seeker, idyllic seeker, and farm successor, This study will be helpful for policy makers to understand urban-rural migration while practical and policy implications were discussed.