Title Residential Movement and Residential Consciousness of the Child-rearing Households
Authors 조현주(Cho, Hyun-Ju) ; 이상운(Lee, Sang-Un)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.7.21
Page pp.21-32
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords 자녀양육세대; 주거이동; 주거의식; 한일 비교
Abstract The purpose of this study is to identify the characteristics of the Korean-Japanese child-rearing household and to provide basic data for establishing housing support policies for the Korean child-rearing household in the future by comparing and analyzing the residential movement, residential consciousness, and policy preference of child-rearing household in Korea and Japan. The conclusion is as follows. 1) It was found that most of the Korean child-rearing households are dual-income couples, so they do not devote sufficient time to child care. Therefore, it is necessary to find support measures for housing so that they can work and child-rearing at the same time. 2) The Japanese child-rearing household had a low intention to move after purchasing one's own house. On the other hand, in Korea, there is a lot of the tendency of residential movement is high even after purchasing one's own house. In addition, the Korean child-rearing household felt the burden of housing costs more than that of Japan, and showed a tendency to give priority to purchasing their own house. 3) The Korean child-rearing household showed a higher preference for their own housing than Japan, which has a high preference for rental housing. In addition, the child-rearing household perceives that owning a house is advantageous in terms of economic and stable settlement. Therefore, in order to secure residential stability for the child-rearing household, it is necessary to prepare a customized plan according to the desired type of housing occupancy based on reducing the economic burden. 4) Regarding housing policy for the child-rearing household, the Japanese child-rearing household had a high demand for suitable residential movement support for each household through housing cost subsidy. On the other hand, the Korean child-rearing household had high demands for policies that directly help them to purchase their own home and rear their children. Therefore, the housing policy for the child-rearing household respond to changes in the perception of housing and changes in the rental market environment along with direct support for housing stability.