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  • Journal title : Fashion & Textile Research Journal
  • Volume 17, Issue 5,  2015, pp.754-769
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
  • DOI : 10.5805/SFTI.2015.17.5.754
 Title & Authors
Suggesting the Curriculum Contents of Clothing and Textiles by Understanding Jobs related to Global Sourcing
Kim, Soo Kyoung; Park, Minjung;
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 Abstract
Global sourcing refers to activities performed to acquire materials, finished products and apparel production all around the world. The purposes of the study were to examine basic job requirements and primary skills of sales team and supporting team in global sourcing companies, to investigate educational programs provided by the companies or other educational institutions, and to examine courses to be newly established in the curriculum of clothing and textile majors. The results of the study found that the ability to use English and communication skills were important to perform their tasks (sales and supporting teams). The results revealed that fabric and textile, sewing, and apparel production process were the most frequently taken educational programs provided by global sourcing companies and English classes were the most frequently taken educational programs in the other educational institutions. The results also found that the clothing and textile curriculum need to add classes that help sales and supporting teams perform global sourcing tasks, such as fashion practical English, fabric and textile, apparel production processes, textile and apparel trades, fiber and fabric testing, and presentation skills. The study suggested educational directions for developing curriculum contents of clothing and textiles and cultivating professionals in the global sourcing industries.
 Keywords
global sourcing;sales team;supporting team;clothing & textile curriculum;job requirement;
 Language
Korean
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