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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 20, Issue 4 - Dec 1982
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Sep 1982
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Jun 1982
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Mar 1982
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An Experimental Study on the Lightfast of Silk Fabrics
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 1~10
This experiment was made on the basis of the general observation that silk fabrics is flaccid in sun light. The purpose of this test is to examine efficiency between the processed thread and the unprocessed one after putting the later under the xenon-lit system, which produces continuous spectrum of bright white beam similar to sun light. (i) Color division of silk thread : white, yellow blue (ii) light division and irradiation time : sun lightlongrightarrow210 hrs, Xenonlongrightarrow50,100, 150 hrs. Under the above conditions each object was be tested with and extensometer, TENSILON Type III for the results of (a) the weight-expansibility curve of the silk thread (b) the relationship between cutting in tensity and maximum, weight (c) maximum expansion rate (d) the expansion energy of the tested silk thread (e) the beginning pull-stretch resistance rate of the tested silk thread (f) color difference after processing The results are illustrated in the appropriate tables and figures. Consequently the generalobservation that silk fabrics is flaccid is relevant only in terms of color. So for as Cutting-intensaty is concerned, it turned out to be less flaccid than in color. On the contrary when the untested silk thread was conpared with the xenon-irradiated ones, the latter proved itself to be more flaccid in cutting expansibility than the former. We have learned through this experiment that, after the all rounds of this test, the color tone and chroma of the colored materials remained without significant change, where as their color value changed to a large extent.
A Study on the Aesthetic Conciousness through the Costumes of Ancient Egypt
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 11~22
The creation of clothing is a form of aesthetic expression through which feelings and ideas are conveyed. This study tried to find out the mental world and aesthetic consciousness of Ancient Egypt through the costume of the period. The beauty of human body was esteemed and expressed in body exposure, tight costumes and transparent fabrics. Through the silhouette of costume, wig and accessories, the beauty of simplicity was expressed. And the beauty of harmony was sought through the beauty of balance and emphasis. The aesthetic consciousness of Ancient Egypt is the refined elegance and it was composed on the basis of the ideas of nature worship and had been preserved by the spirit of traditionism for about 3, 000 years.
A Study on the Problems of Domestic Women Size in the Ready-Made Clothing
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 23~36
The purpose of this study was to investigate the problems of consumer and producer in women's ready-made clothing through questionaires, and to solve the problems presented by questionaires. The point at problems of ready-made clothing indicated by the consumer and producer altogether focused on the size. Therefore this study on the size of ready-made clothing was carried out. The size selected for the research materials were producer's size, domestic researchers' measurement size, KS size in the '81, and foreign standard sizes. The results of this study were as follows: 1) As comparing three kinds of size the producers' size(A), domestic researchers' measurement size(B), and KS size(C) it follows that: ① To the same circumference of bust, the waist measurement showed in following order: B＞C＞A, and the hip measurement showed generally in following order: A＞B. ② The extent of bust measurement showed in following order: B＞C＞A. ③ The sort numbers of size showed in following order: C＞B＞A. 2) As Comparing with foreign standard sizes, the sort numbers of our standard size were much less than foreigns as following order: DOB(102)＞JIS(78)＞BS(39)＞PS(29)＞KS(15)FNOR(10). 3) The reasonable size was made by referring to the producer's size, researchers' measurement size, and KS size.
A Study on the Plastic Arts of the Clothes in the Baroque Architecture and Crafts of the 17th
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 37~45
The plastic arts, which has substantially been regarded as a part of aesthetic activities originated in the artistic forms reflects interrelated aspects of the times. With this viewpoint, this article will attempt to trace the historical background and characteristics of the plastic arts in the 17th of Europe, and will observe its artis artistic qualities and aesthetic appearances shown in the Baroque architecture, industrial arts and costumes. The contents are as follows; 1. The Historical Background and Characteristics of the Plastic Arts and Its Artistic Qualities. 2. The Plasticity in the Baroque Architecture and Industrial Arts 3. The Plasticity in the Baroque Costumes.
A Study on Flour Cooking - Dependence of Choux Puff Swelling on Butter Contents -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 47~55
1. Pasts containing 10, 12.5, 15, 17.5 and 20g of butter respectively with identical contents of flor(16.25g) and egg(50g) were prepared. 2. For the five batter samples described above, following tests were conducted. a) Hardness and adhesiveness determination by texturometry b) Light microscopic observation d) Sensory Test 3. Significant differences of hardness, adhesiveness, and viscosity among the five samples were not recognized; but 1% significant difference in volumns were recognized. The best swelling was observed for the 17.5g butter sample; those of 15g and 12.5g butter samples were identical, while those of 10g and 20g showed the lowest swelling. Generally, stirring at 60~7
gave the best homogenity The degree of emulsification influenced the swelling. Not only large but also small amount of butter gave undestirable swelling. Sensory test for the 15g butter sample also gave best result.
Effect of Dietary Protein Restriction and Repletion on the Growth in the Rats
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 57~64
This study was designed to observe the effect of two levels of dietary protein intake on the development and growth of rats from fetus to adult. The pregnant rats were fed either 20% casein diet or 7% casein diet. After weaning or two weeks postweaning, some of the pups from malnourished mothers were rehabilitated by feeding 20% casein diet. The results were. 1. On the 14th day of gestation, no differences were found in weight and total body fat or protein between fetuses from dams fed 7% casein diet and those from those from 20% casein diet. 2. The birth weight of the pups from 7% casein diet group were significantly lower than those from 20% casein diet group. 3. After rehabilitation, the total body fat and protein of low protein group were not different from those of control group when they were compared at the same body weights regardless the age of rats or the duration on the low protein diet. 4. The nitrogen retention of low protein group, after rehabilitation, was higher than that of control group when they were compared at the same body weight.
The Effect in Heat Controlling and Perceptions Towards Home Furnishing Fabrics - Focus on Curtains and Draperies -
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 65~77
The intent of this study was to focus attention on the relationship between curtain fabrics and consumer perceptions towards curtains and draperies. This study consisted of the laboratory test for thermal transmittance of selected fabrics and the exploratory survey for consumer perceptions towards curtains and draperies. The objectives of the laboratory test were to measure fabric's thermal transmittance, thickness, and count which affect to the effect in heat controlling. Selected 23 fabrics were tested at Korean Yarn and Fabrics Testing Inspection Institute. The objectives of the exploratory survey were to determine sociodemographic factors; the stage of family life cycle, the economics status, and homemaker's level of education, and physical factors; the type of houses, the direction of windows, and the type of windows, affect consumer perceptions toward curtains and draperies. Questionaires were administered to 489 homemakers selected by a stratified propotional sampling plan, in Seoul in October, 1981. Data from responses were analyzed by T-test(Analysis of Varience) and Partial Correlation. The major findings are as follows; 1. The results of the laboratory test 1) The fabrics used for draperies had higher effect in heat controlling than the fabrics used for glass curtains. 2) It did not show much differences among the fibers in heat controlling. The thicker fibers, however, had the higher effect in heat controlling among same fibers. 3) The fabrics which had high level of effect I heat controlling were corduroy, flax, rayon, nylon, acetate, thick polyester, and thick polyacrylic. The fabrics which had midium level of affect in heat controlling were velveteen, velvet, and thin polyester. The fabrics which had low level of effect in heat controlling were cotton, silk, and thin polyarcylic. 4) The draperies with lining showed 2∼5 times more effective in heat controlling than the draperies without lining. 2. The results of the exploratory survey Consumer perceptions towards curtains and draperies consisted of functional, financial, and aesthetic perception. 1) Factor affecting functional perception towards curtains and draperies was the stage of family life cycle. Families in the contracting stage considered function of curtains and draperies significantly better than those in others stages. 2) Factors affecting financial perception towards curtains and draperies were the economic status, homemaker's level of education, the direction of windows, and the type of windows. However the correlation between the factors and financial perception was too low to explain the significance of tendency. 3) There was not any factors affecting aesthetic perception towards curtains and draperies.
A Study on the Modular System in Contemporary Furniture
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 79~85
The objective of this study is to apply the modular furniture system, which has been developed actively in western Europe and America since 1970's, to Korean contemporary furniture having converted into western style gradually. The factors requiring the modular furniture system in today's residential environment are as follows; 1. Population increase and urbanization 2. Development of industrial technology 3. Improvement of living condition and change of life style. As these factors increase the problem of diminishing space, multiple functional modular furniture concept has become a solution. Reviewing the current scene of the western modular furniture system, it is classified into modular seating system, mopular wall system, modular commode system and modular storage system. Korean wardrobe, which is am mixed style of traditional and contemporary furniture, should change to a closet eventually because of the grand size and unpractical use of space. Since most Korean family, however, have wardrobes already, it will be necessary to have a turning period to systemized the closet space in Korean residential interior. For the turning period, application of the modular wall system would be one answer to substitute the wardrobe.
A Study on the Contents of Population Education in Home Economics
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 87~96
For the solution of population problem, a population education is urgently need since family member size(that is population size) will be on the decrease fro the reason of changes in family consciousness by population education. The population education should be carried out interdisciplinary, but, above all, home economics is more suitable to the population education. In this study, the issues are the contents of population education in relation to family relations of home economics. Those contents are as follows: 1. A change in family consciousness through the value of child 1) Conventional value of child 2) Criticism about conventional value of child 3) Current value of child 4) Desirable number of children 2. A change in family consciousness through the preparation for one's declining years 1) Analysis of periodic family life cycle by number of children 2) Desirable number of children 3. A change in family consciousness through the parental responsibility 1) Mental responsibility 2) Physical responsibility 3) Economics responsibility 4. A change in family consciousness through the relationship between parents and children 1) Conventional relationship 2) Current relationship 3) Desirable relationship 5. A change in family consciousness through the relationship between husband and wife 1) Conventional relationship 2) Current relationship 3) Effects of children on the relationship of husband and wife By the above contents of population education in the field of family relations of home economics parents will have their deliberate plans and aims.
A Comparative Study of Divorce between Korea and Japan
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 20, issue 1, 1982, Pages 97~110
The study was designed to compare family problems specially divorce between Korea and Japan. The age, married period, occupation, education and divorced reason of the couple are formed to be the major factor to relate to divorce in Korea and Japan. Divorced couple both in Kora and Japan showed similla tendency in age, married period and occupation; couples with younger age, 5∼10 years of married period, and sale and service occupation showed higher tendency in divorce. However Japan established the civil law 25 years earlier than Korea and always showed higher tendency in divorce rate between the year of 1912 and 1976. In Korea couples with middle and high school lower tendency in divorce. The major reason for divorce in Japan formed to be disagreed with personality and spouse's affair, but in Korea unchaste act was the most significant reason.