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A Study on the Needs of Tea-Culture Education of Middle-aged Women (중년기 여성의 차문화 교육요구도 연구)

  • Choi Bae-Young;Kim Young-In
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.69-95
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the needs and demands of middle-aged women concerning the educational contents of tea-culture, the managing methods of educational programs, and a plan to invigorate tea culture education as a whole. Here is the summary of the main results. 1) The need for tea-culture education scored an average of 4.14 / 5(maximum score). The actual needs for tea-culture education had varied according to the women's place of living, educational motives, and the desire to become lecturers in the future. That is, the actual needs for tea-culture education scored high among the groups who displayed strong personal motives to cultivate their inner minds and learn tea-culture seriously, groups who lived in Seoul${\cdot}$Taegu${\cdot}$Cheonju, and groups who wanted to become future lecturers. 2) The need for a systematic management of tea-culture educational programs scored an average of 4.10 / 5(maximum score). The need for a management of tea-culture educational programs varied according to the women's educational level and their desire to become future lecturers. That is, the need for a systematic management of tea-culture educational programs scored high among groups whose educational level was high, and groups who wanted to become future lecturers. 3) The need for a plan to invigorate tea-culture education scored an average of 4.05 / 5(maximum score). The need for a plan to invigorate tea-culture education varied according to the women's place of living, educational level, the managing subject of educational organizations, the desire to become future lecturers. That is, the need for a plan to invigorate tea-culture education scored high among the groups who lived in Seoul${\cdot}$Taegu${\cdot}$Cheonju, groups whose educational level was high, groups who were members of life-long educational facilities within universities, and groups who desired to become future lecturers.

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A Study on the Awareness of Traditional Korean Food Culture among Immigrant Housewives to Design Educational Plans (결혼이주여성 전통식문화 인식 및 교육방안)

  • Kang, Yoon-Joo;Jeong, Hee Sun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.28 no.3
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    • pp.246-260
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    • 2013
  • This study examines the awareness of traditional Korean food culture among immigrant housewives in multicultural families, with the aim of introducing educational plans suitably designed for them. Our survey shows that Korean traditional holidays most well-known to the immigrant housewives are New Year's Day and Chusuk. Sambok and Chusuk are at the top in terms of preference. Samgyetang, Ddukguk, and Ogokbab are among the best known festive food to immigrant housewives for holidays such as New Year's Day, Jeongwol Daeboreum, Sambok, Chusuk, and Dongji; Samgyetang is the most preferred food, followed by Ddukguk and Patjuk. In addition, a vast majority of immigrant housewives who have ever attended Korean traditional cuisine education programs found the need for such an experience, with the score of 4.16 out of 5. In addition, the survey shows the order in which the immigrant housewives want to learn: the recipe of Korean food (53.5%), followed by table setting and manners (16.5%) and then nutrition (15%). The recipe of interest for most respondents is the one concerning daily food (69.5%). And more than half of the respondents prefer cooking practice as a desirable educational method. The difficulties that they have when attending such an educational course are usually inability to understand the language, difficulty in identifying the ingredients (seasonal), and lack of cultural understanding. The most preferred educational method is direct lecture (71.5%), followed by written materials such as books and newspaper (10.5%) and the Internet (9.5%). Finally, strategies for promoting traditional food culture are suggested as following: developing educational resources (31.5%), making various educational programs more available (25%), narrowing the cultural gap (22%), and improving the educational environment (21.5%). Therefore, this study proposes that there is a need to develop and diffuse Korean traditional food culture first, and then provide many immigrant housewives with a variety of educational programs. It is expected that these efforts will solve the problems caused by cultural differences in the early stage of international marriages and eventually contribute to the harmony in multicultural families.

Development of the Educational Program for Korean Traditional Food Culture for the Elementary Students (초등학교 고학년을 대상으로 한 한국 전통음식문화 교육 프로그램 개발)

  • Yang, Il-Seon;Jeong, Hye-Gyeong;Jang, Mun-Jeong;Cha, Jin-A;Lee, So-Jeong;Jeong, Ra-Na;Park, So-Hyeon;Cha, Seong-Mi
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.127-145
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study is to develop an educational program for Korean traditional food culture, which is consisted of diverse activity factors and educational contents of the elementary students, and to transfer Korean traditional food culture to the next generation effectively. We have developed the program on the basis of FIB(Fun Integrated Behavior) approach derived from the activity-based education theory. This program is consisted of 32 subjects related with Korean traditional food culture, which is planned to perform in special activity classes for 2 semesters. An instruction guidebook for teachers and a workbook for students have been also developed. The traditional food culture educational program which is developed in this study could be used as a practical educational tool in 'dietary life and culture class' or 'special activity class' which is recently being introduced as the nutrition education curriculum in the elementary school. Furthermore, we expect this program to be able to contribute to transferring Korean traditional food culture to the next generation and reinforcing the elementary schoolers' diet behavior through inspiring them with a realization of the superiority of Korean traditional food culture.

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Comparative Analysis on the Service Quality and Satisfaction of the Cultural and Educational Programs in the Public Libraries and the Culture & Art Centers Using Structural Equation Model (구조방정식을 이용한 공공도서관과 문예회관의 문화교육프로그램의 품질과 만족도에 관한 비교분석)

  • Oh, Dong-Geun;Yeo, Ji-Suk;Choi, Sung-Yeol
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.41 no.3
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    • pp.291-307
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    • 2010
  • This study investigates the participants' perception and satisfaction score for culture and education programs operating in public libraries and culture & art centers in Daegu Metropolitan City. Attendees of the public libraries' programs have higher overall satisfaction, customer loyalty on the contents of the program and lecturers than those of the culture & art centers' programs. Attendees of the culture & art centers' programs rated staff supports and services, facilities and educational equipments higher than those in the public libraries' programs. This study calculates the LCSI score in public libraries(78.02) and culture & art centers(77.22).

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The Study of Selecting Advertisement Materials for Korean Value System Education (한국의 가치문화 교육을 위한 광고 자료 선정)

  • Jung, Mikyung
    • Journal of Korean language education
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    • v.28 no.4
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    • pp.221-244
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to prepare educational contents and criteria for selecting advertisement materials by exploring the necessity of value system education in Korean culture education. Furthermore, the study aims to suggest advertisements that contain meaningful materials through the criteria among the public and commercial advertisements as of 2017. Advertisements have advantages in three aspects as they focus on current culture, cultural implications and the ease of teaching and learning. These advantages indicate the usefulness of advertisements in value education. Also, the research of Hofstede (2010), Kang (2007), and Kim et al. (2011) provide discussion regarding educational contents. Subsequently, the criteria for selecting advertisements are further developed as the main purpose of this study. The criterion are to consider the objectives of culture education, to take into account the learning situation, to find relevance between the contents of the advertisement and the contents for the value system education, and consider expressive methods of advertisements and extensibility to the activities. Next, advertisements were selected for core educational items and the list of 22 is presented according to the value system, educational contents and the criterion of the advertisements discussed in the above.

A Qualitative Case Study on the Educational Culture Experienced by Married Immigrant Women and their Acculturation (여성결혼이민자가 체험한 교육문화와 문화적응에 관한 질적 사례연구)

  • Kim, Seunghee
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.153-170
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    • 2012
  • This study investigated the educational culture experienced by married immigrant women in their own country, as well as their internalizing process of the educational culture in Korea, using a qualitative case study. The purpose of this study was to help married immigrant women solve the problem of acculturation based on their own educational and cultural experiences and to overcome limitations of previous studies, which dealt with the problem of acculturation superficially. Participants were 17 married immigrant women from eight countries who resided in Jeonnam and Jeonbuk provinces. They were selected by the sampling strategy of maximum variation. Data were collected through archives and in-depth interviews and analyzed using within-case analysis and cross-case analysis. The results showed that married immigrant women had no experience of attending private institutions and had good memories of their school life. Based on these kinds of experiences, they criticized Korean mothers who urged their children to attend private institutions. They respected their children's opinions and allowed their children to select private institutions. Despite married immigrant women apparently suffering from acculturation, they educate their children according to their own philosophy and method of education. That is, they solve the problem of acculturation actively and independently. Consequently, in order to help married immigrant women solve the problem of acculturation, it is necessary to respect the difference in the cultures and frame a system that develops the activity and subjectivity of married immigrant women.

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A Basic Study on the Culture of College Life for International College Students (외국인 학부생 대상 대학 생활 문화 교육을 위한 기초 연구)

  • Jang, Mijung
    • Journal of Korean language education
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    • v.28 no.3
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    • pp.127-152
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to clarify the perception and educational needs of international college students regarding the culture of college life. A questionnaire was given to international college students who are studying at universities in Korea. The results showed that international college students need to study about the culture of college life and had a perception that it is desirable to learn this through general education classes or freshman subjects after entering university. Also, the culture of college life can be divided into nine categories: bachelor's system; career and employment; university support centers and systems; interpersonal relations; departmental events; housing and living expenses; freshmen's events; exchange activities and programs; and cultural experience activities. International college students showed higher learning needs in order of career and employment; cultural experience activity; and bachelor's system. In addition, the characteristics of the learners showed different educational needs according to year of study and Korean language proficiency. The significance of this study is to specify the items of the culture of college life required for international college students, to measure the validity and reliability of these items, and to categorize the elements of the culture of college life.

The Searching for the Direction of Korean Family Culture Education Program (한국 가족문화교육 프로그램의 방향 탐색)

  • 송인자;김경혜
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.37 no.10
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    • pp.11-26
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    • 1999
  • As the social change has been occured by industrialization and urbanization, making valuable family culture has come to be a social task. The development of family culture education program is required to create future - oriented family culture. This study aims at searching for the direction of family culture education program in Korea development to sere creating desirable family culture. For this study the concepts of family culture and family culture education were defined and the characteristics and problems of Korean family culture were discussed. Based on these discussion, the direction of family culture educational program was proposed. The directions of Korean family culture education program were suggested promotion communitarian consciousness, balancing between traditional and modern value, creating democratization among generations and genders, eqyipping with constructive communication channel, and encouraging autonomy and creativity. To work out these directions, appropriate and educational model should be mobilized to incilude whole family.

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A Study on Child Caregivers' Awareness and Educational Training of Traditional Living Culture and Seasonal Customs in Early Childhood Education Settings (전통생활문화교육에 대한 인식과 실행: 보육현장의 세시풍속교육을 중심으로)

  • Ju, Young-Ae
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.30 no.3
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    • pp.193-208
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to suggest basic data on the education of traditional living culture and seasonal customs. In order to achieve the purpose of this study, a research questionnaires consisting of 46 questions was developed. The data was collected by 287 child caregivers in Incheon Metropolitan City. and the data analysis was conducted with the SPSS/Win 17.0 program. The results of this study, they are summarized as follows. First, child caregivers overall perception of the traditional life and culture was scored as 3.28. Their perception of the need for education on traditional life and culture was scored as 3.7, and their knowledge and interest both as 2.77. The analysis of difference according to background variables revealed, significant difference in educational experience (p. <05) and age (p. <01). Second, the child caregivers were unaware any other seasonal customs besides Chuseok(Korean Thanksgiving), Tano(a festival occurring on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar), Lunar New Year's Day, and Daeboreum (the day of the first full moon of the year) Third, child caregivers perceived 'culture' experiences as being very important for education about seasonal customs. Forth, two of Korea's seasonal customs, Chuseok(Korean Thanksgiving) and the Lunar New Year's Day have always been celebrated with family gatherings. Fifth, child caregivers awareness of seasonal customs is correlated with educational training. And their awareness of the traditional living culture is also correlated with educational training.

A Study on the Recognition and Educational Needs for Korean Traditional Food Culture Among High School Students - Focusing on the Analysis of the Content of Technology.Home Economics Based on the 7th Curriculum - (고등학생의 한국 전통 음식문화에 대한 인식 및 교육 요구도 - 제 7차 교육과정의 기술.가정교과 차용분석을 중심으로 -)

  • Sim, Ji-Young;Lee, Gui-Chu
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.157-172
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    • 2006
  • This study was designed to make an analysis of the content related with Korean traditional food culture covered in the section of Food and Nutrition of Home Economics textbooks based on the current 7th curriculum and to investigate the recognition and needs for education on Korean traditional food culture among high school students. Through this, we tried to present basic data contributing to the construction of practical educational content and educational method in relation to Korean traditional food culture. The results of this study are as follows. The content of Korean traditional food culture in the section of Food and Nutrition covered by Home Economics textbooks consisted of 'Setting the Table and Table Manners' for the third graders of middle school, 'Planning and Preparing Invitation and Events' for the freshman of high school, and 'Food Culture and Preparation of Food' for the second and third graders of high school. High school students were proud of themselves on Korean traditional food culture, but fail to apply their knowledge to real household life. In particular, it was proved they didn't understand' Korean Festival Holidays and Annual Customs: The need on the content of Korean traditional food culture showed significant difference in accordance with pride on traditional food culture, its succession in the families and one's recognition. And it was highly correlated with the subordinate variables such as demands, interest, utilization. These results showed that the education of Korean traditional food culture is an area that is demanded and how to cook Korean traditional food should be included in the content for education and practice of cooking and experience of food culture should be dealt with as the educational methods.

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