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The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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A Comparative Study of the Korean and Mongolic Costume Terminologies
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 1~10
This study is concerned with the comparative linguistic analysis of the Korean and Mongolic costume terminologies. The results of this research revealed that there were relationships between some of the Korean and Mongolic costume terminologies. It was also found that some of the Korean costume terminologies were originated from the Mongolic costume terminologies t the same time some of the Korean costume terminologies were influenced by the Mongolic costume terminologies. It also appeared that some of the Koran and Mongolic costume terminologies were greatly influenced by the Chinese costume terminologies.
A Comparative Straudy of the Korean and Manchu Costume Terminologies
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 11~17
The purpose of this research was to examine the relationships between Korean and Manchu costume terminologies. The results of the analysis of this study were as follows: Is was found that some of the Korean costume terminologies were derived from the Manchu costume terminologies. It was also found that some of the Koran and Manchu costume terminologies were closely related to each other. It also appeared that Korean, Manchu, and Mongolian costume terminologies were heavily influenced by the Chinese costume terminologies.
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The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 19~31
A Study on the factors of Change in the Korean Dress and Personal Adornments
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 33~68
The purpose of this paper is to survey the influence of the culture change on the dress and personal adornments, and to survey the change of factors from the August 15. 1945 to 1960, in connection with the social and cultural background, applying B. Malinowski′s "Theory of Culture Change" which means an acculturation is the change′s elements of the dress and its ornaments. It is remarkable that the dress and personal adornments of Korean women after August 15, 1945 has great change from the traditional dress of the thousands years. Through the Liveration on August 15, 1945, American military government and the establishment of the Korean government, American democracy has brought many changes on Korean society. Advancement of education, an society with developed economic life, and introduction of scientific skill have influenced on the women′s way of thinking and a style of behavior and the view of value. The acculturation, the supply of mass communication, introduction of new institution and the reorganization of the old institution, the change of the economic situation, the change of the educational system, the change of the point of value, the development of scientific skill have greatly influenced on the dress and personal adornments. Modern dress and personal adornments of Korean women has the following developing procedure. The Liberation from Japan on the 15th, of August, 1945, the stationing of American Soldiers during hte Koran War, returning of the oversea′s brethern, and the mass communication have the direct and indirect contact with western civilization, and bring the occasion of development of the modern dress of Korean women. The increase of mass communication, such as radio, TV, newspaper, magazines and the frequent fashion shows showed fine design and practical western style dress to the women. This was the real beginning of the western style dress in Korea. By the increase of employment and the improvement of the economic situation, the consumption of clothing and the adornments was increased, so that a wide variety of fashions was set, and numerous kind and form of dress came in. As the increase of the number of women students, their practical and free dress life demanded western style dress. After the Liberation from Japan, the open-door policy of sex, public morals and traditional ethics became lax, and in this disordered society, indecent expose of the body was common. By the different kind of technological development, the form, fabrics, colors and patterns in clothes were much influenced and the hair style, make up, shoes and adornments were much influenced too. As shown above, the change of the dress has the same connection with that of society and culture. This shows that the dress and personal adornments represent clearly the cultural phenomenon of the society and cultural change of the society.
A Study on the Symbols of Ritual Dress in Koran catholic Church
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 69~80
This research studied the classification and meanings of symbols on the clothes of he Koran catholic priest. The results are as follows. 1) Symbol of religios spirits and values. - There are many spirits of crist which require to keep and meanings of innocence. 2) Symbol of status - served to symbolize the conscious change from earthy to ordaned man. 3) Symbol of role - differentiate between the role of priest and aid-priest. 4) Symbol of position(or rank) - indicate the position of priests in catholic church. 5) Symbol of situation. 6) Symbol of ritual ceremony - characterized the ritual ceremony.
The Women′s Costume in Robens' Works
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 81~93
This study concern abut the general costume of women in Rubens' works. And costume which expressed in rubens' Portrait works, was studied from the viewpoint of the Psychological. Most of the element of Renaissance costume had survived in the early of 17 century, thus women's costume were still voluminous. The influence of fashion leader nations in the europe was very great, the fashion of these nations show in a great number of nations' costume.
A Study on the Relationship between Conspicuous Consumption of Clothing and Status Inconsistency
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 1, issue 1, 1993, Pages 95~111
The purpose of this study was to find out the relationship between the conspicuous consumption of clothing and status inconsistency. For this study, two kinds of guestionnaires were conducted to collect data for the conspicuous consumption variables of clothing and status inconsistency variables. Status inconsistency was measured by educational levels and occupational levels of married women and their husbands, the family′s total income. Status inconsistency was defined by the inconsistency among married women′s and their husband′s educational levels, family′s total income, their husband′s occupational levels. In order to investigate status inconsistency effects, when their investment (education0 are lower than their rewards (income or occupation) they are classified as over-rewarded inconsistency, while their investments is higher than their rewards, as under-rewarded inconsistency, and their investments are equal to their rewards, as consistency. The conspicuous consumption variables in clothing were consisted of seven variables; Brand-oriented, Fashion-oriented, Leisure-showing, Leisure-oriented purchase of clothing and Excessive expenditure to purchase of clothing, purchase of Imitation clothing in well-known brand and purchase of Expensive clothing from abroad. Data were obtained fro m436 housewives living in Kwang-ju are a and analyzed by F-test, Pearson′s Correlation and Frequency. The results of this study were follow; When the subjects were divided into three group according to their status inconsistency type, there were significant differences (P<.05 or P<.01) among groups of conspicuous consumption variables in clothing. The groups of "under pivileged" status inconsistency type and "over rewarded" status inconsistency type were tend to show conspicuous consumption in clothing than other type of status inconsistency groups.