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The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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Volume 11, Issue 2 - Dec 2000
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A Study on Time Management Strategy and Variables of Unmarried Men and Women
The Korean Journal of Community Living Science, volume 11, issue 2, 2000, Pages 1~14
The purpose of this study was to empirically verify influence of objective variables and subjective variables of time management strategy of unmarried men and women and provide a basis for the development of time management. The subject of this study were 370 unmarried men and women and interviewed with a questionnaire. The data were analyzed by SPSS/PC+ program for the frequency, mean, standard deviation, and regression analysis. The major results of this study were as follows: 1. The score of implementing time management strategy of unmarried men and women was the highest. The score of getting support time management strategy of unmarried men and women was the lowest. 2. Variables that affect overall time management strategy were age, academic career, sex, degree of information using fate control orientation and communication. 3. The relative contribution of subjective variables on time management strategy were higher than objective variables.
The Planning Directions corresponding to Satisfaction of Residents on Housing Environment in Rural Munhwa-Mauel
The Korean Journal of Community Living Science, volume 11, issue 2, 2000, Pages 15~27
The objective of this dissertation is to provide appropriate planning guidelines making on Munwha-Mauel. This study carries out the investigation on rural housing environment conditions and conducts the subjective evaluation by residents about the conditions. Both a field survey and a questionnaire survey are used for the study. The evaluation of housing environment are based on safety, health, efficiency, amenity, and local community. The concepts suggested by WHO are adjusted for the study. Eight villages were selected comprising of two newly built, four expanded, and two renovated. As a results of this study, residents´ satisfaction about the housing environment is categorized by the village type, whether a resident works on agriculture, and the residential backgrounds The results show evident differences. Important variables which affect the overall satisfaction are the interactions among the residents, the living convenience. Planning guidelines on Munwha-Mauel are suggested to based on the results.
The Influence of Islamic Osman Turk on European Clothing from the 13th to the 16th Century
The Korean Journal of Community Living Science, volume 11, issue 2, 2000, Pages 29~42
It has long been believed that European clothing style has been developed independently without the Eastern influence. This deductive assumption has limited the understanding about the contents of Eastern clothing style, and there has only been limited studies on the Eastern influence on the European clothing. The lack of understanding and interest made the traditional Eastern influence on the European clothing. The lack of understanding and interest made the traditional Eastern clothing to be considered as merely exotic and relatively unimportant. Therefore, a thorough study and understanding of the contents of the Eastern clothing style and its influence on the western world is very much needed. The objective of this study is to see how the clothing of the Islamic Osman Turk had influenced Europe during the Gothic and Renaissance period and to find the relationship between the development of the East and West clothing style. This study also has the purpose of re-evaluating the importance of the Eastern culture in the present multi-cultural global era of the 21 st century. The most typical clothing of the Osman Turk was kaftan and other traditional clothing included narrow pants and head dress. Through trade, war and other channels, the Turkish influence changed the styles and colors of previous European fashion that can be characterized by the simple designs of tunic and mantle into a dynamic dress culture. Cotehardie adopted the styles of the Turkish kaftan. The new weaving techniques enabled new clothing such as Pourpoint, Houpplelande made of brocade and velvet with elegant patterns come into European fashion. Also, head dresses, which before were not used except for religious reasons were widely worn. As such, Turkish fashion gave significant influence on the development of European clothing style.
The Propensity for Materialism of Adolescent Consumer and Its Related Factors in Inchon
The Korean Journal of Community Living Science, volume 11, issue 2, 2000, Pages 43~59
The objectives of this study are to examine the propensity of materialism of adolescent consumers, to investigate the effects of demographic variables and socio-psychological variables on materialism of adolescent consumers. The survey of this study was conducted by means of self-administered questionnaire with 483 adolescent consumers attending middle school located in Inchon. Major findings are the following : (1) The propensity for materialism of adolescent consumers averages 31.18. This score is beyond the middle slightly. (2) According to the results for examining the relative influences of variables affecting materialism of adolescent consumers, the relative importance of related variables are in the order of ; affecting degree of their friends, the degree of taking in advertisement, affecting degree of school consumer education. Explanatory power of these variables totalled 25.7%.
The Effect of Consumer Socialization Factors on the Consumptionism Propensity of Adolescent Consumers: With Special Reference to Middle School Adolescent Consumers in Inchon
The Korean Journal of Community Living Science, volume 11, issue 2, 2000, Pages 61~76
Relationships between consumer socialization factors and socioeconomic characteristics and consumptionism propensity were examined using a sample of 529 middle school students in Inchon, Korea. OL.S regression was utilized. ＇Communication with friend＇ and ＇acceptance of mass media＇ had significant positive effects on ＇ego-identity developing and differentiating by uniqueness＇ and ＇other oriented and appearance pursuing＇ propensity, whereas had a significant negative effect on ＇consumption orientation＇, ＇Communication with mother＇ had a significant positive effect on ＇consumption orientation＇. Boys where significantly higher than girls in ＇ego-identity developing and differentiating by uniqueness＇ and girls were significantly higher than boys in ＇other oriented and appearance pursuing＇. ＇Income had significant positive effects on ego-identity developing and differentiating by uniqueness＇.