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The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 1997
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Dec 1997
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Aug 1997
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Apr 1997
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Analysis of The Rite of Passage and Costume in Novel, HON-BUL
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 169~180
The purpose of this study is to extract 'the Rite of Passage'from a Korean novel, 'HON-BUL', and to analysis intrinsic meanings and function of the symbols, their personal meanings and social meanings from it. A pragmatical method was used for the analysis of this research. The results were as followings : The meaning of the Rite of Passage and the Costumes had mainly incantatory characters ; son-wish, wealth, amicable relations between a husband and a wife, long life, and perpetual thought. But the amount of grasping of meaning was thought to be depended on the reading ability of readers. Since the Wedding Ceremony and the Funeral Ceremony were described a lot of times in the novel, it was known that they were regarded as very important Rite of Passage in the whole life. The TEXT which were cited from the novel showed that the Rite of Passage was traditionally described as the Birth Ceremony, the Wedding Ceremony (includes the Puberty Ceremony), and the Funeral Ceremony. The analysis of meaning in a novel had an important roll to understand CULTURE, SOCIAL LIFE, and TIMES in a written novel. Therefore a novel is very valuable to analyze them as the DISCOURSE and the TEXT.
An Analysis of Contents on Written Clothing Described in Advertisement of Women's Underwear
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 181~193
The purpose of this study is to review, from the point of view that the advertisements are cultural system which transfers the life styles or value systems of a certain time, the expression styles by analyzing written clothing described in underwear advertisements of women's magazines targeting the women aged from twenties to forties, that advertisements are trying to represent. Accordingly, this study is intended to provide the underwear industry with useful information for implementing sales strategies by verifying the determining factors in selecting and wearing of underwear. The result of this study is as follows : First, the headlines of advertisements could be analyzed through merchandise, situation and consumers and were categorized by the fourteen different expression styles such as functionality, sense of beauty, tradition, future, family, exotic, globalization, environment, sensuality, youth, individuality, health, newness and top-class. Therefore, the advertisers choose and provide the various expression styles in order to maximize the delivering power of the underwear advertisements. Second, frequently used expression styles have been analyzed through frequency analysis of expression styles and, as a result, the important factors of choosing and wearing underwear have been verified. In addition, the fact that the ways of thinking of modern society and value systems are implied in the expression of underwear advertisements has been found.
The Effect of Body Cathexis on the Clothing Behavior - among Male and Female College Students -
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 195~205
The purpose of this study was to identify the effect of genderand body cathexis on clothing behavior (interest in clothing and clothing satisfaction/dissatisfaction). The questionnaire were administered to 395 college students living in Jechon. Data were analyzed by frequency, factor analysis, t-test, ANOVA, two-way ANOVA, Duncan's Multiple Range Test and Pearson's Correlation. The results of this study were as follows : 1) body-cathexis was higher in men than women. In general, students were more satisfied with upper body parts than lower body parts. 2) There was no relationship between interest in cloghing and body-cathexis. But woman showed more interest in clothing than man, therefore sex showed main effect. And there was interaction between sex and body-cathexis on interest in clothing. 3) Clothing satisfaction was devided into aesthetic/economical/practical factors. Among three satisfaction factors, body cathexis has the main effect in economic factor, and there was no interaction. But in aesthetic factor, gender and body-cathexis showed interaction and body-cathexis showed main effect.
A Survey on the Pattern of Possession and Utilization of Clothes
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 207~216
The purpose of this study is to find out more rational way to manage clothing. The study is based on a survey of daily clothing practices. 112 female college students who are majoring clothing, textiles, and/or home economics have responded to the questionnaires. With the samples, frequency, factor analysis, discriminant analysis, ANOVA, and Scheffe test are pursued respectively. Main results of the survey analysis could be summarized as follows : 1. Female college students are found to possess 70 units on average. They possess more of casual clothes such as polo·T shirts, casual pants, and casual shirts (from the highest frequency in order). They possess less of formal clothes such as one-piece and two-pieces (from the lowest frequency in oder). 2. It is found that 12 per cent of the possessed clothings are not used at all during the year. The unused rate is higher for the formal suits while it is lower for the casuals. 3. The possession pattern is affected by clothintg life style factors : brand and economic factors for the casuals ; fashion and individuality factors for the formals. 4. The possession pattern is also affected by the purchasing behavior factors, purchasing price among others.
A Study on the Costumes Institute of Korea Racing Association - Jockey′s Costume and Riding Costume -
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 217~244
This study is about the Korean Jockey's uniform, etc. and horse riding costume as the traditional riding culture grows. I studied informations from the Korea Racing Association's equestrian park, equine museum and Seoul Racecourse Trainers & Jockey's Association. The international regulations of riding costume are compared with Korean regulations, and I consulted some reference books, materials of sports wear and catalogues of some brands regarding horse equipment. The contents includes ; 1. Analysis of informations about horse racing 2. Study of racing, for detail comparative analysis on the following aspects ; -Symbolism, riding costume of jockey, that is, color·pattern·and some formal designs. 3. Suggestion for reasonable and fashionable riding costumes. In the aspects of design, there have not been any historical records, and material adjustments about riding costume in Korea. Therefore we should make more efforts to do developing our traditional costume culture. The result o this study is as follows ; 1. Riding is the sport of etiquette and manners. 2. Most of riding wears are the casual wear centered foreign licenced brands. 3. Study and investment upon specialized material development and processing technology are in demand 4. The need of the consumers are to be satisfied by the quality improvement of the native products design. In addition, we perform to horse racing which is fine play and leisure sports in current society. The horse riding will be a popular sports such as golf, wind surfing, skiing, etc. with the period including lots of kinds of leisure.
A Study on the Proper Pattern of Overall (I)
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 245~252
In this study, the comfortable as well as good-looking overall patterns were investigated. To measure the maximum vertical spaces caused by the body movements, basic foundation type of overall pattern was made. The vertical spaces, which were measured using the CRO-SS-CUT method. The Result was as followings : The Maximum vertical space was 19.7㎝. The Maximum vertical space was 4.2㎝. The vertical space increased as the leg-movement angle increased.
A Study on the Proper Pattern of Overall (II)
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 253~267
In this study, the comfortable as well as good-looking overall patterns were investigated. For proposing the proper ease of the overall, 9 types of experimental overall, that had the ease of different size and position, were made. The appearance of experimental overall No. 5, that had total 10.5㎝ ease in the back, was better than the others. The position of ease affected the appearance of overall. Experimental overall No. 9, that had total 12.5㎝ ease in the back, was better than any others in comfort. The position of ease was not important in comfort. From these results, it was proposed that the proper ease size increased the both comfort and appearance. The paper ease sizes, to gain the comfort and good-looking overalls pattern, were 3.5㎝ in the center-back waist and 2㎝ in the end of crotch to the outside.
The Analytic and Synthetic Structures of the Costumes - Centered on Costume in Renaissance and Baroque Periods -
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 269~284
Followings are the analysis of the two areas'costumes, the Renaissance and Baroque, as the analytic and synthetic structures. From the analytic structure of the costumes, the analytic body and of the Renaissant man's outer garments is manteau, pourpoint, trousses, bas du chausses, and codpiece of the hat is toque. And the analyic body of the Baroque, man's costume is pourpoint and rhingrave, of the under garments is chemise, of the hat is felt, of the shoes is shoes. In the analytic structure of woman's costume, the analytic body of the Renaissant outer garments is robe, of the under garments is corps-pique, chemise, and vertugadin, of the hat is french hood. And the analytic body of the Baroque outer garments is skirt and overdress, of the undergarments is corps-baleine. The results we have got from the analysis of the synthetic structures of the costumes is that other analytic elements are chosen and united as the component features of the major analytic elements among the analytic elements in the tables of 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, and 3-4. If we compare the two analytic bodies of the two areas, we can see that the names of the costumes were changed and the component features about the names were changed according to an area, too. And we can see the synthetic structures were changed according to the analytic body in the analytic structures were changed according to the analytic body in the analytic structures with the synthetic structures.
An Analysis of The Costume in
- In the Reference to Scarlett O'Hara's Costume -
The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, volume 5, issue 2, 1997, Pages 285~295
This dissertation aims to study a role and importance of clothing as a visual transmission system, with investigating the system and structure of a pragmatics in a cinema costume and analyzing what the meaning of a pragmatics is, depending on the circumstance on the circumstance on the basis of pragmatics. It examines as an objective the clothes of Scarlett, a heroine in 'Gone with the Wind's film originated from the novel written by Margaret Mitchell. As a result of this study, the movie costumes demonstrate a purposed transmission medium as a describing tool governing comprehensive circumstances in the process of drama. The costume plays a significant role in delivering a meaning of a movie showing historical backgrounds, social situations, and psychological description, status, characteristics, tastes of characters by means of their costumes in the movie.