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School-Community Cooperation - A Case Study of Facility Share between the Middle School and the Community in Seong Dong Gu - (학교와 지역사회의 시설 공동 활용 - 성동구의 중학교와 지역사회의 시설 교차 이용을 중심으로 -)

  • Min, Chang-Kee
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.4 no.1
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    • pp.5-20
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    • 1997
  • This paper is to survey the cooperation between the school and the community with respect to the degree of share of their facilities. The hypothesis of this paper is that the share of facilities between the school and the community is helpful for the two. That is, the community, using the school facilities, can educate to upgrade its people to higher social level. The school, using the community facilities, can compensate insufficient school facilities and facilitate student learnings. This paper employed both a literature survey and a case study approach explained by the case of Seong Dong Gu and its schools. This paper argued that the share of the facilities between the school and the community is needed to facilitate student learnings and to upgrade community people to higher level. Thus, government should encourage the cooperation between the two. This paper found that the school can use other schools' facilities, camping facilities, various types of private institute, community libraries, social welfare centers, athlentic facilities, and park facilities in the community. Most of the facilities are rested during school hours and are vacant more or less after school hours, so that there are still room for share the facilities with the students. This paper found that the community can easily use school facilities for life-long education programs, house-wife classes, athlentic programs for daily life, recreation classes for community people because the school is located in the center of the community. These programs using school facilities can encourage to upgrade community persons' social levels. However, this paper found that the degree of community use is insufficient to fulfil the school facilities. Only a few percent of the school class rooms and other facilities are used by the community. Therefore this paper asserted that community education programs using school facilities should be expanded. This paper recommended, based on the findings, that governments should encourage the cooperation between the school and the community to facilitate student's learnings and to upgrade community people to higher level. Also it recommended that the school should share more community facilities and that the community should share more school facilities.

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A study on the Residents' Attitudes for the Shared Community Space of Apartment (아파트 공유공간에 대한 거주자들의 태도에 관한 연구)

  • 조성희;강혜경
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.47-57
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    • 1998
  • The purpose of this study is to find out the residents' attitudes for the shared community space (SCS) according to various housing sizes (60㎠, 85㎠, 102㎠, 135㎠). The major findings are as follows: 1) The residents' overall trends for the SCS showed that the satisfaction rate and requirement rate according to housing size didn't show a significant difference, but there was a considerable difference among the using rates for each category of housing sizes. 2) The kinds of common facilities that residents required were recreational facilities, car-wash facilities, children's play centers, facilities for separation/sanitation for garbage and recyclable materials and lounging facilities in that order. The common facilities that require tenant-management were recreational facilities, car-wash facilities and lounging facilities in that order. The common facilities that require participation in tenant-management were study/reading facilities, recreational facilities and hobby/lecture facilities in that order. 3) With regard to the residents' needs, the tenant-management and participation in it, the kinds of common facilities were differentiated according to housing size (60㎠, 85㎠, 102㎠, 135㎠).

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A Study on the Local Public Facilities Reorganization Through the Mixed-use of Educational Facilities - Focusing on Elementary, Middle and High School of Gangnam Area and Public Facilities - (지역공공시설 재편성을 통한 학교시설 복합화 방안에 관한 연구 - 강남구의 지역공공시설 및 초·중·고등학교를 중심으로 -)

  • Mun, Jong-Deok;Oh, Hyung-Seok;Choi, Byung-Kwan
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.23-34
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    • 2013
  • This study focuses on the review of the present condition of schools and regional public facilities and finds out the basic direction and practical task to utilize a mixed-use school as a regional community hub reorganizing schools and regional public facilities. School facilities have enough potential to be a center of everyday life and educational function with accessibility in neighborhood living environment. Nevertheless it has institutional limitation to make school facility work for entire region because schools and regional public facilities are built and administrated without collaboration of the local governments and office of education. Also current mixed-use school facilities are planned separately or laid out monotonously without local resident's demands. This research analyzes the possibility of mixed-use facility of current operating schools and regional public facilities in Gang-nam gu and categorizes possible public facilities for mixed-use. For successful complex plan of schools and public facilities, next step will be the improvement of administration and laws and the analysis of facilities what local residents need from the preliminary stage with consultation of various stakeholders.

A Study on the Characteristics of Leisure Facilities and Needs of Residents in Apartment Complex (공동주택단지 내 여가시설 특성 및 거주자 요구에 관한 연구)

  • Shin Hwa Kyoung
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.22 no.6
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    • pp.89-97
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristics of leisure facilities and to examine residents' needs for leisure facilities in apartment complex. The questionnaire survey and content analysis were used. The Data for content analysis were 476 site plans, and the subjects of questionnaire survey were 673 residents lilving in 35 apartment complex. Frequency, Percentage, and mean, ANOVA-A, x^{2}-test, and multiple regression were used for data analysis. The major results were as follows. 1) Facilities for children play, and senior, sports facilities, community center, green area, and resting place were included in leisure facilities in apartment complex. These facilities were different according to complex site and built-period. 2)The degree of satisfaction of leisure facilities was lower than neutral. The satisfaction of leisure facilities related with diversity of leisure facilities and program, and poor environment. 3) Subjects needed the facilities recommended in housing act including diverse leisure facilities such as sports center and resident's self government facilities. And they needed divers facilities for sports. 4) In terms of location, they needed leisure facilities which was closer to their house.

The Efficient Management of Public Facilities in Local Governments - Focusing on the policies of Korea and Japan - (지방자치단체 공공시설의 효율적 관리방안에 관한 연구 - 한국과 일본의 정책을 중심으로 -)

  • Choi, Myung-Jin;Dong, Jae Uk;Lee, Hwa-Ryong
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.27 no.6
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    • pp.3-12
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    • 2020
  • Like most OECD countries, Korea is experiencing a decline in population and demographic changes, deterioration of public facilities, and limited investment in public facilities maintenance due to low economic growth and increased welfare budgets. In this case, not only the inconvenience of using the public facilities can lead to the occurrence of an accident due to the damage of the facilities. However, as the importance of the management of public facilities has not been recognized yet, new policies are being promoted. Korea is expected to reduce the total population since the late 2020s, and there will be a large difference in population reduction between the cities, towns, and towns within the same administrative districts. Therefore, it is necessary to change the management policy regarding the change in demand of public facilities due to population change such as population decrease and aging. Accordingly, this study analyzes the management policies and actual conditions of public facilities in Korea, and suggests the implications for public facilities management by analyzing Japan's public facilities management policies that faced population change and deterioration of public facilities before Korea. The key change in Japan's public facilities management policy is the transition from new to maintenance, which has managed public facilities in terms of existing safety management and asset management.

A Study on the Reserch Trends of elderly Welfare Facilities (연구경향 분석을 통한 노인복지시설 연구방향 설정에 관한 연구)

  • Moon, Soo-Young;Hwang, Eun-Kyoung
    • Proceeding of Spring/Autumn Annual Conference of KHA
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    • pp.375-378
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the research trends and characteristics in the research subjects related to the housing for the elderly in Korea. The number of 199 studies was selected from the paper of Architectural Institute of Korea. The data of the present condition for welfare facilities are exploited from Korea National Statistical Office. The elderly welfare facilities are divided as 5 kinds of things ; housing facilities, medical facilities, leisure facilities, retired facilities and mixed facilities. And policy and statutes of welfare facilities are included in this study. The data were analysed with contents and chronological order and then the trends of research were studied by facilities. As the results of study, studying about housing facilities is well progressed but, the other parts of studying are little short. Especially, studying for retired facilities is seldom done so we need systematic survey and study.

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A Study on Evaluating Facilities within Urban Parks through a User Awareness Survey (이용자 의식조사를 통한 도시공원 내 시설 평가 연구)

  • Sung, Hyun-Chan
    • Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment
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    • v.16 no.5
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    • pp.363-372
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    • 2007
  • This study is to survey facilities installed at urban parks and identify park facilities desired by users through a questionnaire survey of users who actually use the parks. Then, the outcome will be compared and evaluated to install urban park facilities that reflect the desires of users in the future. Findings showed that park facilities currently installed are mostly those easy to install and manage among facilities suggested in relevant laws. Regardless of park types and sizes, similar facilities were installed across parks. A questionnaire survey of users showed that they wanted facilities to rest, sports facilities, waterscape facilities and facilities to accompany families. The result also showed that they wanted green area-style parks that have a lot of trees. Therefore, going forward, facilities reflecting such desires of users should be installed at parks as much as possible. When developing a park creation plan for each city, it would be critical to survey the opinions of residents in relevant areas in advance and reflect it to the creation plan.

A Study on the Preference of Leisure Facilities of Residents Living in Apartment-Complex for Developing Leisure Facilities in Residential Environment (지역사회 여가시설 개발을 위한 공동주택거주자들의 여가활동 장소 및 여가시설에 대한 선호 연구)

  • Shin, Hwa-Kyoung
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.17 no.6
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    • pp.159-168
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the preference and needs of leisure facilities of residents living in apartment complexes. The questionnaire survey was conducted in the selected apartment complexes, and 676 responses were used for data analysis. The statistical techniques used for data analysis included frequencies, percentage, mean, $X^2$-test, and multiple regression. The major findings were as follows: 1) Subjects needed the diverse leisure facilities such as sports center and resident's self government facilities. And they needed diverse facilities for sports. 2) In terms of location, they needed leisure facilities which was closer to their house. 3) The degree of satisfaction of leisure facilities was lower than neutral. The satisfaction of leisure facilities related with diversity of leisure facilities and program, and poor environment. 4) It was found that the respondents preferred safe and various leisure facilities, and the leisure facilities were exclusively used for the residents only, and the use by non-residents should be charged at the expense. Also, respondents were willing to pay additional fee for the better quality of leisure facilities, and sports leisure facilities congregated in one building were highly desirable.

Comparative Study on the Facilities for the Elderle Care (노인케어시설의 정책개발을 위한 국제비교연구)

  • 김기훈
    • Health Policy and Management
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.203-230
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    • 1998
  • This purposes of this study is to develope policies on the facilities for the elderly care in Korea. Methodology of this study adopts comparative analysis on the facilities for the elderly care in 6 countries which have experienced various problems on the elderly. These 6 countries are Japan, Sweden, America, Australian, England and Germany. Major issues for comparative analysis are the standard of care facilities, residence condition, finance of facilities establishment and expense, operating system, management, and the law and administrative structure about the facilities for the elderly care. The elderly people need various kinds of welfare services such as medical care facilities, nursing home facilities, home care facilities etc.. Thus the public policies for the aging population nations are compose of income maintenance program, health and medical care services and social welfare services. The policies of facilities for elderly care are very important since these policies include the characteristics of income maintenance, me\ulcorner미 care program and welfare program. This study willsupply basic data for the development of facilities for the elderly care in Korea, especially conceming the system and institutional device of the facilities.

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A Study on Reported Status and Management Plan of Marine Facilities in Korea 2. On the Basis of Region and Type of Facilities (국내 해양시설의 신고 현황과 관리 방안에 관한 연구 2. 지역별 및 시설종류별 현황을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Kwang-Soo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.275-285
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    • 2010
  • Present state of nationwide marine facilities reported to 12 regional maritime affairs and port offices of MLTM in Korea for two years 2008 and 2009 was analyzed based on region and type of facilities, and national management plan was proposed in this study. As of the end of 2009, 8 types of marine facilities were reported to Yeosu regional maritime affairs and port office, while only 3 types of facilities were reported to Pohang, Daesan and Jeju regional offices, respectively. Oil and noxious liquid substances storage facilities belonged in the type of facility which was reported to all of 12 regional offices, and ranged from 11 facilities reported to Pyeongtaek regional office to the respective 38 facilities to Yeosu and Masan regional offices. In pollutants storage facilities, 4 facilities were reported to Masan regional office, 2 facilities to Donghae and Mokpo regional offices, respectively, 1 facility to Yeosu, Gunsan and Pyeongtaek regional offices, respectively, and none of facilities to the other regional offices. Ship construction, repair and scrap facilities belonged in the type of facility which was reported to all of 12 regional offices, and 45% of the facilities were concentrated in Southeastern Sea of Korea centering around Busan and Masan. In cargo handling facilities, 3 facilities were reported to Busan and Masan regional offices, respectively, 1 facility to Daesan regional office, and none of facilities to the other regional offices. In wastes storage facilities, 5 facilities were reported to Ulsan regional office, 4 facilities to Gunsan regional office, 2 facilities to Incheon regional office, 1 facility to Yeosu regional office, and none of facilities to the other regional offices. 65% of nationwide water intake and drainage facilities were concentrated in the areas of Pohang and Mokpo, and 78% of nationwide fishing spots at play were concentrated in the area of Masan. In other marine facilities, 4 facilities were reported to Donghae regional office, 3 facilities to Masan regional office, 2 facilities to Yeosu and Pyeongtaek regional offices, respectively, 1 facility to Incheon and Ulsan regional offices, respectively, and none of facilities to the other regional offices. In integrated marine science base facilities, 3 facilities were reported to Jeju regional office, 1 facility to Yeosu, Ulsan and Gunsan regional offices, respectively, and none of facilities to the other regional offices. The management based on the circumstances of regional offices, the management based on the characteristics of the type of facilities, the amendment of the relevant rules and regulations, facility owner's full knowledge and observance of the relevant rules and regulations with regard to the relevant type of facilities, and positive management actions from national point of view were proposed for national management plans of marine facilities.