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서울시 무허가 주택 생태학적 구조 연구 필드노트, 1971

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Data Type
Observation Record
ID Number
B2-1971-0001
Title
Field Notes on the Ecological Structure of Urban Squatters in Seoul, 1971
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/12428
Series
Study on the Ecological Structure of Urban Squatters in Seoul
Citation
Yu, Eui-Young. Field Notes on the Ecological Structure of Urban Squatters in Seoul, 1971 [Dataset]. Institute for Population and Development, Seoul National University [Producers]. Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA) [Distributors], 2008-03-12, B2-1971-0001, V1.0, http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12236/12428
Principal Investigator(s)
Yu, Eui-Young / California State University, Los Angeles
Co-Investigator(s)
Seok, Hyunho / Department of Sociology, Seoul National University
Producer(s)
Institute for Population and Development, Seoul National University
Fundings
California State University
Copyright
Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University
Depositor(s)
Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University
Date of Deposit
2007-04-01
Distributor(s)
Korea Social Science Data Archive (KOSSDA)
Date of Distribution
2008-03-12
Version
V1.0
Date of Version
2017~~
Abstract
This data is a collection of field observation and interview records on the squatter area location, population, time of occurrence, reason for occurrence, characteristics of residents, and standard of living. The fieldwork was conducted centering on the 293 dongs of the 9 gus including Dongdaemun-gu, Mapo-gu, Seodaemun-gu, Seongdong-gu, Seongbuk-gu, Youngdeungpo-gu, Youngsan-gu, Jongro-gu, and Jung-gu. The field notes were arranged orderly by dividing area into four group(categories) such as central area, nearby central area, out block area, and squatter settlement in peripheral area.
The basic research unit is dong but in cases of larger areas some related articles are presented in the unit of tong. At the time of the fieldwork, the system of gu and dong were different thus Seongbuk-gu included the current Dobong-gu and Gangbuk-gu, Seongdong-gu included the current Gangdong-gu, Gwangjin-gu, and Songpa-gu, and Dongdaemun-gu included the current Jungrang-gu and Nowon-gu, and Seodaemun-gu included the current Eunpyeong-gu, and Yeongdeungpo-gu included the current Guro-gu, Yangcheon-gu, Gangseo-gu, Dongjak-gu, and Gwanak-gu areas.
The research items included the formation period and reason for squatter settlements, surrounding environment, characteristics of residents and life. Also a map of each area and housing structures were drawn in detail based on the field observations of the researcher. The research contents were also supplemented by interviewing locals such as the head of each tong, head of neighborhood associations, realtors, and pastors. This data is composed of a total of 8 volumes but 3 volumes were lost.
Keywords
paupersthe poorimpoverished areaspoverty stricken areashousingresidencefield workhousesurbanization
Topics
Region/ Community
Date of Collection
1971-01-01~1971-01-31
Countries
Korea
Geographic Coverage
Seoul
Universe
the squatters in Seoul
Mode of Data Collection
Field observation; Structured interviews
Extent of Collection
List of Survey Areas(xls) ; Questionnaire(pdf) ; Field Note(pdf)
Language
List of Survey Areas-Korean ; Questionnaire-Korean ; Field Note-Korean
Availability Status
Public Use
Notes
The Institute for Population and Development was renamed the Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, 1995.
Records on the Seminar of the Ecological Structure of Urban Squatters in Seoul(B1-1971-0001) is also available at KOSSDA
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