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Aesthetic-Measure, and Visual Preference of Environmental Colors in Korea Rural Town (농촌마을 환경색채 미도(美度)와 선호도 관계 및 적용성 연구)

  • Lee, Young;Ahn, Tong-Mahn
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.11-19
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    • 2010
  • Pro-environmental life styles, foundations of a collective civilization and preservation of our tradition at rural communities hold a great public profit value, of which importance has been strongly emphasized during last decade. Here, the environmental color is one of the most influential elements that determine the image of the rural landscape. Whenever an alternative color element is introduced to rural town, it is very important to examine its effect on the existing environmental color. Typically, a preference-surveying method has been used to evaluate the suitability of such environmental color balance. However, we note that the reliability of this method is limited by the subjectivity of a respondent. And thus, it is highly desirable to develop a more objective method. We propose a feasibility study for using an aesthetic-measure to evaluate the environmental color of a rural town. In this work, we looked into the validity of our approach by comparing its result with that of the preference-based-method as a way to determine the environmental color. Our study is based on 20 photo images from Ansung-city Yangsung-myeon Donghang 2ri Kyo-dong town in Kyongki Province.

Study on Narrators in the Realism Plays -Our Town and A View from the Bridge (사실주의 연극의 Narrator 연구 - Our Town과 A View from the Bridge의 경우)

  • Oh, Soonmo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.395-403
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    • 2017
  • Narrators used to take an important role in the theatre of ancient Greece. They gave the audience an important information, explained the situations and conflicts between characters by talking to the audience directly. But in the realism play in the 20th century, which is represented as the 'fourth wall,' anything that can interrupt commitments of the audience such as a narrator, was excluded. However the two representative playwright in the 20th century, Thorton Wilder and Arthur Miller took narrators in their plays, Our Town and A View form the Bridge. This study shows why they adopted narrators in their play, which was unusual at that time and how this form of narrator affects to the meaning of the plays.

The Analysis of Theatre Arts Students' Perspectives on Street Dance Through Their Experiential Awareness -Based on the musical "Our Town" (연기전공 대학생들의 스트릿댄스 경험적 사고와 체험인식 분석 - 댄스뮤지컬 'Our Town'을 중심으로)

  • Jang, Tae Nyung;Ahn, Byoung Soon
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.335-336
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    • 2017
  • 본 연구는 쏜톤 와일더 작품 '우리읍내(Our Town)'의 댄스뮤지컬 창작을 통해 작품에 참여한 연기전공 대학생들의 스트릿댄스에 대한 경험적 사고 인식 변화와 체험적 움직임의 변화과정을 분석하였다. 연구결과 참여자들은 대사연기와 움직임 표현의 동시성에 대한 부담을 갖고 있었으나 춤과 노래의 템포와 리듬감 변화를 통해 스트릿 댄스의 흥미요소로 나타났으며 이는 춤과 노래 그리고 연기로 병합되는 능동적 사고의 경험으로 요약 되었다.

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A Study on the Establishment of New Town Competitiveness Model (신도시의 경쟁력 모형 설정에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Dong-Yoon
    • Journal of The Korean Digital Architecture Interior Association
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.39-51
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    • 2012
  • This study aims at understanding both the mechanism of new town's competitiveness and its normative pursuit. For the purpose the study steps as follows; (1) Defining operationally cities' competitive power by means of analytic interpretation of substantial nature involved in the preceding studies, (2) Finding some lessons for the desirable development suggested from the history of new town construction in England, France and Japan, where the spatial needs for solving urban problems were exploded after the Second World War, (3) Focusing to agendas regarding development, for example, sustainable development, (4) Recognizing differences between competitiveness of cities and that of new towns and finally (5) Building the model of new town competitiveness, which explains what makes the competitiveness and what kind of effort are necessary for acquiring the advantage. As the result of the process this study concludes that the competitiveness is caused by, or composed of 4 factors. They are Self-sufficiency, Identity, Innovativeness and Sustainability. This frame can be named SIIS-model of new town competitiveness. But there should be contingent and elastic approach in adaptation of these factors to a specific new town, considering its own goal, scale and other situation. The model established in this study is expected to be a analytical frame for the follow-up studies on finding problems and seeking directions of new town development in our country.

A Study on the Improvement of The Down Town Residential Tendency for ESSD -The Case of Teagu City- (지속가능한 개발을 위한 도심공간 정주성 제고에 관한 연구 -대구시를 중심으로-)

  • 이상광;임준흥
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2000
  • Down-town community is an essential element for ESSD. But the population of down-town has been decreased since 1990's. Therefore this study is about how to improve the down-town residential tendency through the civic research, examination of related policies and legal system. And the result is as follows. First, Taegu has lots of problems as a residential space, that are caused by bad residential environment. They also, however, represent the validity of arrangement of down-town community and we could find the possibility for development. Second, Japan perceived the importance of down-town community and a great deal of effort was done to save residential space with various programs. But it is ignored in Korea for economic reason. Therefore we need to change our view of Down-town residence. Third, the role of government, people and specialist are important for the improvement of Down-town community. 1) The central government and ask its responsibility. 2) The local government makes the best use of present laws and is required of management with elasticity in favor of the regional character. And it need to set the future image and aim of the city. The aim should be the one that meets the practical need of down-town community and suitable programs need to be activated. 3) Generally, the citizens who are living in a region know it's problems the best. So the citizens themselves can advertise their Down-town community and participate to solve its problems 4) Down-town community requires a differential policy from general residence. Thus the professional have duty for the development of proper know-hows for Down-town community.

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Implementation of information sharing on a Hazard Map Creation Support System in a Traditional Local Town

  • Kozaki, Shun;Okazaki, Yasuhisa;Wakuya, Hiroshi;Mishima, Nobuo;Hayashida, Yukuo;Min, Byung-Won
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.237-238
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    • 2016
  • This paper describes Web-based information sharing mechanism in our hazard map creation support system. This system aims at collecting the unique information received from residents and raising resident's consciousness to disasters by recording hazardous locations where residents feel danger in case of disasters. We have implemented a mechanism to share and integrate data of each terminal through a Web server. We expect that this information sharing effects scalability and usefulness of our system by utilizing collected local hazard information of each district.

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The Study on Characteristics and Improvement of Rural New Town Development Project (농어촌뉴타운조성사업의 특성 및 개선방안에 관한 연구)

  • Han, Seok-Jong;Joo, Seok-Joong
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.39-46
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    • 2011
  • The agricultural population, the farming, the agriculture of our country has been decreased more rapidly than those of other countries. Also, the changing speed of the rural village in Korea has shown a similar trend. By considering the urbanization process and migration state caused by the economic growth and the increasing level of relative poverty in comparison with the urban area, it has been necessary to go through the impoverishment and slum-orientation of the rural area. In our country, the rural village became old age. So, the collapse is predicted to a population shortage if such trend is continued in the village society. according to investigate, Many urban peoples have opinion that migrates to a farm village. but those not migrate to rural community. The mainly reason is low life environment. therefore it is need the plan that the urban people migrates to a rural village, and must have the plan to be engaged in the agriculture. lt was the rural-fishing New Town development project that started in 2009 for 30~40 years's urban people. This study is about characteristic and improvement of Rural-Fishing New Town development project.

A temporary evacuation area like open space analysis for disaster prevention town considering probability of street blockade-

  • Hidaka, Yutaro;Mishima, Nobuo;Wakuya, Hiroshi;Hayashida, Yukuo;Okazaki, Yasuhisa;Kitagawa, Keiko;Park, Sun-gyu;Oh, Yong-sun
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.239-240
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    • 2016
  • Traditional town with wooden houses like Japanese historic local town is vulnerable to disaster. Wooden houses crowed in this study area, there is no gap between buildings and buildings. When disaster occurs, they can not use evacuation routes based on the value of probability of rubble flow. Disaster prevention design of traditional town using spatial information for residents is a modern idea in the field of disaster prevention study. Therefore, it is basically important and effective to create information, especially on the current situation such as dangerousness of the area. Here, we report on a disaster prevention design regarding probability of street blockade and probability of rubble flow at a large earthquake directly under our study area. In this study, we explain about necessity of temporary evacuation areas like open space. As a result, we found some ideas to secure evacuation routes from traditional houses to designated refuge places using temporary evacuation areas.

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A Study on the Preference Attributes for Silver Town Development (실버타운 개발을 위한 선호속성에 관한 연구)

  • Ha, Jeung-Soon;Cho, Joo-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.103-113
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is calling attention to the silver town by analyse preference attributes diversely and suggest alterative plan. Also, offering basic data which needs for the establishment of comfortable and ideal old age residence culture by developing silver town which is appropriate for our circumstances and emotion. The survey population of this study focused on 40s and 50s' middle aged both genders living in the Seoul and national capital region, we used random sampling method. The analytical methods used in this study were frequency, mean, standard deviation, Factor Analysis, t-test, ANOVA, post-hoc estimation (Duncan test), multiple regression, To verify the reliability of each measure, Cronbach's alpha coefficient was used.

Design and Implementation of Community-based Hazard Mapping Support System Based on Mobile Cloud in Traditional Towns with Local Heritage

  • Min, Byung-won
    • Journal of Platform Technology
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.3-9
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    • 2018
  • This paper describes the design and trial development of a system that supports continuous hazard mapping by local residents in their daily life. We performed an interview survey to design our system in a model traditional town in Saga Prefecture, Japan. The results show that despite continued efforts, many practical problems remain and residents feel unsafe. Considering these results, we designed and developed a unique information and communication technology-based support system that contributes to community-based disaster prevention and reduction. The continuous resident participation and posting design are the core concept for our community-based approach. Our system continues to support making a hazard map by integrating the community-based hazard information. Local residents register information (disaster types, risk level, photographs, comments, positional information) about locations that could be dangerous in a disaster. In addition, our system enables information sharing through a Web server. We expect that this information sharing will allow local hazard information for each district to be used.