한국 춘란 재배가 난애호인의 정서에 미치는 영향
The Effect of Culture Cymbidium goeringii on the Emotion of Orchid Hobbyists
- 김성민(Sung Min Kim) 장유진(Eu Jean Jang) 박천호(Chun Ho Pak)
- 제14권 제3호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 147 - 153 (7 pages)
To investigate the effects of cultivating orchid on its lovers, mainly based on cultivators of Korean native orchid, a survey had been carried out to get details about their cultivation, status of their possession of it and other related information such as difficulties to raise it and benefits from their cultivation. The study had been progressed through questionnaire and Internet for 402 orchid cultivators, were researched and the results are men account for 90.2% and 50.4% for their 50s. In the responses of the value of orchid, 26.3% of the respondents recognize orchid as their companion plant, 24.6% for cultural and artistic value, 19.8% for psychological self-esteem, 14.4% for beauty of appearance, 12.8% for economic value and 1.5% for other reasons. In the questionnaire of when you did take pride in orchid cultivation, 62.9% of the respondents say that it was when they submitted their orchid to exhibition, 16.6% discovered their orchid through information media and 9.0% registered their species of orchid and 8.5% confirmed their orchid at old documents or old paintings and 0.3% for other reasons respectively. This study showed that coefficient of correlation between self-confidence and self-esteem, both acquired from orchid cultivation, was 0.26, and 0.30 between happiness and self-esteem and 0.28 between satisfaction and self-esteem, which proved all significant under the significance level of less than 0.01. And from the study of correlation between the cultivation period and increased self-esteem, cultivators with less than one-year experience of cultivation are 12.50%, 10.0% for less than three years, 14.89% for less than ten years and 34.54% for more than ten-year experience of orchid cultivation, that means self-esteem enhances with cultivation period. From the regression analysis where self-confidence, happiness and satisfaction-related items were set up as dependent variable while independent variable for test items obtained from self-esteem scale, p value of the regression model shows all 0.00(>0.01) and which implies that orchid cultivation helped to heighten positive emotions such as happiness, satisfaction, and self-confidence. Which confirms the fact that orchid cultivation leads its cultivators to more positive changes of emotion such as self-confidence, happiness, satisfaction, ultimately positively affecting the self-esteem of cultivators themselves.
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