도시숲 이용객의 산림치유 프로그램 선호도 분석

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forest healing, forest healing factor, forest healing program, forest for healing, urban forest
Recently, the demand for rest and relaxation for better health as well as leisure activities has increased according to environmental changes such as the improvement of income level, the extension of life expectancy and five day work week. Especially, the interest about outdoor activities has risen to get out of the artificial space of urbanization and spend leisure time in the nature. This phenomenon has resulted in the continuing growth of leisure activities utilizing forest resources- about 64 percent of the country. In addition, studies on the positive effect of forest in promotion of health and curing diseases have raised the interest in experiencing forest and the number of people using healing programs in the forest.

However, most forests carrying healing programs are not easily available because they are far away from cities. Futhermore, only few people get to expenence the healing programs because most organizations and groups participate in them just once. Therefore, studies on "Urban forest" in large cites where most people reside in are much needed in order to develop programs that are suitable to the participants.

This study aims to find out Gwang Ju urban forest users’ actual condition, motivation and activities and analyze their participation and purpose forward the healing programs. Also, this study tries to search for the users' preference and ways to satisfy them with the programs suitable for their needs. For these purposes, base was set up by looking into precedent studies and research was carried through questionnaires. IBM SPASS Ver 22.0 was used for analyzing the results.

The results are as follows. First, about 58.4 percent of users got to urban forests within 30 minutes and were a companies by friends, cared ones, families, relatives, and none for some. The frequency of visit varied more than once a week, more than three times a week, more than once a month, and everyday. The users’motivations of visit were in the order of relaxation, nature-friendly mind, self-exploration, and the improvement of health. However, visiting urban forests is recognized helpful for health. Green shower is much higher and next comes in sightseeing and chatting in the urban forest activities.
Second, in the users’perception of health, men recognized they were healthy compared with women. People in thirties-forties scored much lover whereas younger ones scores generally well in the case of chronic diseases. In environmental diseases, rhinitis and asthma were worst among thirty-forty year old people. They seemed to experience high level of stress compared with other ages as they scored fee lowest stress. People aged over fifty scored lowest in geriatric and physical diseases.
Third, in answering participate whether to in forest healing programs, the responses to participation were much higher in the case of free programs and participation to the fee-based programs came next . As for the reasons of nonattendance, ‘lack of time’for men and‘needless’for women were the highest. The purpose of participation was ‘promotion of mental health’ for men and ‘diversion and rest’ for women. The most important point of forest healing programs was the content of program and next are the distance from the place of residence to the place of program. Two hours was shown as most desirable in terms of the length of each program and preferred preferable were in the order of friends, family and relatives.
Forth, in the urban forest users’preferred contents, they preferred green shower, wind shower, sunbathing, strolling through the woods(shoes on), listening to water running, dipping hands and feet into water regardless of gender, age, and the state of health. Men preferred breathing and breathing exercises, women preferred eating natural foods, Also thirty preferred sleeping in the woods, whereas thirties to forties preferred listening to explanation of the forests, and over fifties preferred sightseeing.
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The Preference Analysis on the Forest Therapy Program of Urban Forest Users
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Kim, In-sook
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목 차

표목차 ⅲ
그림목차 ⅳ

Ⅰ. 서 론 1
1. 연구의 필요성 1
2. 연구의 목적 2
3. 연구의 가설 3
Ⅱ. 이론적 배경 4
1. 산림치유 4
(1) 산림치유의 개념 4
(2) 산림치유 관련 이론 6
(3) 산림치유 자원 9
(4) 산림치유의 효과 14
(5) 산림치유 관련 개념의 정의 17
2. 산림치유 프로그램 20
3. 도시림(도시숲) 25
Ⅲ. 연구방법 및 도구 29
1. 연구 설계 29
2. 연구 대상지 29
(1) 대상지 선정 배경 29
(2) 무등산(無等山) 29
(3) 금당산 31
3. 연구방법 33
(1) 조사대상 33
(2) 설문지 구성 33
(3) 설문기간과 조사방법 33
(4) 자료분석 34
4. 연구의 제한점 34
Ⅳ. 연구결과 35
1. 도시숲의 이용객 특성 35
2. 산림치유 프로그램에 대한 선호도 49
3. 연구의 가설 검증 65
Ⅴ. 결론 및 제언 69
Ⅵ. 참고문헌 72
부록-설문지 76
김인숙. (2016). 도시숲 이용객의 산림치유 프로그램 선호도 분석.
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