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College Students' Perception and Attitude Concerning Living Resource Conservation (대학생의 생활자원 절약 의식과 태도에 관한 기초연구)

  • 손경희
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.35 no.5
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    • pp.279-289
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    • 1997
  • This study was performed to measure the level of college students' perception and attitude concerning living resource conservation. The questionnaire was developed to measure their attitude and perception on living resource conservation. The subjects were 787 college students in Seoul. The major findings are as follows: 1. The perception and attitude on living resource conservation of housing resource were higher than that of food resource or clothing resource. And the perception was higher than the attitude in general. 2. The perception and attitude on conservation of living resources were significantly different according to the gender, age, and grade. 3. The group that had high perception on conservation of living resource actively put living resource conservation in practice. 4. The group that had showed strong interesting on living resource conservation got information on it from mass communication system or their parents.

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A report of participated in "ICCROM PAPER CONSERVATION COURSE 1993" (Paper Conservation 연수과정에 대하여)

  • Park, Chi-Sun
    • 보존과학연구
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    • pp.137-147
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    • 1994
  • This article is an introduction to : ICCROM PAPERCONSERVATION COURSE 1993" which I participated in, from July 28th 1993 to September 24th. The program was divided into two major sections. The first part deal with scienctific principles of paper conservation, covering structure and composition of paper and related materials, causes of deterioration and guidelines for preservation. It include chemistry for paper conservators and the history and technology of papermaking. Second part of the course emphasize practical conservation ; participants actually work together with specialists. Two weeks are dedicated to the Western approach to paper conservation. A selection of recent conservation treatments are discussed methodologically, demonstrated and performed. The same amount of time are devorted to a seminar on the conservation of fareastern paper objects. The aim is to exporse participants to different approrches and methodologies in paper consevation, to compare and discuss various tendencies and to learn lessons from other experiences that are applicable to one's own work.

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Conservation Treatment of the Iron-Helmet Excavated from Oksung-ri Tomb, Pohang (포항(浦項) 옥성리(玉城里) 가-35호분(號墳) 출토(出土) 투구(주(胄))의 보존처리(保存處理))

  • Kim, Jong-oh;Jung, Hye-yun
    • Conservation Science in Museum
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    • v.3
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    • pp.9-13
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    • 2001
  • Being entrusted with the conservation of Kyongju National Museum, the conservators did a conservation treatment on the iron helmet found in the wooden coffin excavated from No. 35 Tomb in Ga-Zone, Okseong-ri, Pohang, Kyongbuk Province. They reported their work ranging from the collection of and conservation treatment on the artifacts found at the excavation site to the restoration of them to the originals.

Conservation of Buddhist Painting "Ten Kings of Hell" (십왕도(十王圖)의 보존처리(保存處理))

  • Cheon, Juhyun;Jang, Eunji;Kim, Woohyun
    • Conservation Science in Museum
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    • v.4
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    • pp.33-39
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    • 2003
  • We examined the causes of the damage of a Joseon Buddhist painting, "Ten Kings of the Hell", for which we had performed conservation treatment while preparing for the special exhibition entitled "A Journey into the Joseon Buddhist Paintings", presented by the National Museum of Korea. For the parts that could not be easily observed by naked eyes, we examined it with microscopes, X-rays and infrared rays. Hereby we introduced the result of the scientific examination performed prior to the conservation treatment, and arranged its process for the "Ten Kings of the Hell".

Conservation Treatment of the Plate Armour Excavated from the No. 2 Tomb, Daeseong-dong, Gimhae (김해(金海) 대성동(大成洞) 2호분(號墳) 출토(出土) 갑옷(판갑(板甲))의 보존처리(保存處理))

  • Oh, Kwangseob;Kim, Midori;Lim, Jihyun;Kang, Jungmoo
    • Conservation Science in Museum
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    • v.4
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    • pp.41-46
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    • 2003
  • Remarkable features, such as neck guard and plate designed the shape of a duck, are identified in the process of conservation for the plate armour excavated from the No. 2 tomb, Daeseong-dong, Gimhae. We considered that should be careful for treating this kind of artifacts, especially when restoring to its original. For this purpose, we thoroughly studied the endurance of materials for restoration and applied the techniques in reference to the traditional method.

A Study on the Design Guidelines for the Spatial Planing of Conservation Area in Museums (박물관 보존과학계 영역의 공간계획 지표에 관한 연구)

  • Jung, Sung-Wook
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.197-207
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    • 2011
  • In general, collections in museum are kept in storage according to a preservation and administration program in long or short term, after conservators' conservation treatment. Museum activities related to conservation science are common to do before and after exhibitions. That is, the museum collections include a flow mechanism, which circulate a space in where conservation science related activity is carried on centering around its storage. The purpose of this study is to suggest the design guidelines of a conservation area in a museum. The results of this study as follows. First, to program space planning, conservation area of museum is divided into 4 kinds of zone. Second, space for relics unloading in basically includes 'unloading room', 'control room', 'worker room', 'unpacking room', and 'unloading tools storage' and considers to install 'outdoor arrangement space', etc. In case of space for making relics collections, 'arrangement room' and 'temporary storage' are separately planned in order to arrange and temporarily store relics taken in. Conservation analysis space should be divided into 2 kinds of zone, 'conservation analysis lab' for analysis of collection characters and 'restoration lab' for conservation treatment in the bigger museum. In case of large-scale museum, conservation treatment space is basically classified with characters of museum collections. And it considers installing 'waterlogged wood lab', 'painting clothes treatment lab', 'storage of treated relics' etc. Third, for 'the spaces for analysis treatment', must consider activity contents and sizes of the department for scientific conservation every museum, can classify in detail required space, and must review the space for relics settlement in construction.

A Study on the Conservation of Excavated Features (발굴유구의 보존방법과 적용)

  • An, Jin Hwan
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.43 no.3
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    • pp.26-47
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    • 2010
  • When the term conservation is used with regard to excavated features, it means not only conservation but also restoration. Restoring the features here does not imply restoring their original form but restoring their form at the moment of excavation. That means, the conservation of excavated features includes the concept of both reparation and restoration. The way of conserving excavated features can be largely categorized into on-site conservation and transfer conservation. On-site conservation means to conserve excavated features as they were at the excavation site. It can be further categorized into soil-covered on-site conservation, in which excavated features are covered with soil to prevent them from being damaged, and exposed on-site conservation in which the features were conserved as they were exposed. Transfer conservation is operated on the premise that excavated features are transferred to another place. It can be further categorized into original form transfer, transcribing transfer, reproduction transfer, and dismantlement transfer. Original form transfer refers to the method of moving the original forms of excavated features to another place. Transcribing transfer refers to moving some of the surfaces of excavated features to another place. Reproduction transfer refers to restoring the forms of excavated features in another place after copying the forms of excavated features at the excavation site. Dismantlement transfer refers to the method of restoring excavated features in a place other than the excavation site in the reverse order of dismantlement after dismantling the features at the excavation site. The most fundamental issue regarding conserving excavated features is the conservation of their original forms. However, the conservation of excavated features tends to be decided depending on a variety of conditions such as society, economy, culture, and local situations. In order to conserve excavated features more effectively, more detailed and specialized conservation methods should be created. Furthermore, continuing research is needed to find the most effective way of conserving them through exchange with other neighboring academic fields and scientific technology.