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A Study on the Effect of Children Cooking Education on Housework Participation and Eating Habit Difference -Focusing on Male Students of Elementary School in Busan Area-

  • Journal of Tourism Sciences
  • Abbr : JTS
  • 2014, 38(3), pp.125-141
  • Publisher : The Tourism Sciences Society Of Korea
  • Research Area : Social Science > Tourism

An, Hong-Suk 1 Sung-Pil Hahm 1

1경성대학교

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ABSTRACT

As the learning method through cooking activities, one of the integrated learning approaches, has been attracting massive attention recently. This research was conducted to analyze changes in housework participation and proper eating habits derived from educational effectiveness from cooking education and to provide data to child’s education, necessary in leading a desirable family life. The research, aimed at 233 male elementary school students in Busan: one of the most patriarchal region in Gyeongsang-do province in which a notion of preferring a son to a daughter still remains, carried out theoretical studies as well as empirical studies. Frequency analysis, factor analysis, and credibility analysis were done for the sake of analysis, and independent sample T-tests were conducted to verify hypothesis based on purposes and models of the study. Through this research, we intend on identifying the influences of child’s cooking education on young boy students in Busan region affecting their housework participation and eating habits.

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