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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 15, Issue 4 - Dec 1991
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Aug 1991
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Mar 1991
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A Longitudinal Study on Consumer Satisfaction in Clothing Product -With Reference to Satisfaction at the Point of Purchase and Satisfaction in Wearing-
Hong Keum Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 3~14
This thesis investigates influential attributes in clothing purchase through the examination of questionnaire concerning consumer satisfaction at the point of purchase, and clarifies the relationship between consumer satisfaction at the point of purchase and that in wearing. The results are as follows; 1. At interest stage, color, beauty, becomingness and suitability to occasion are influential (in this order): at trial stage, becomingess, color, others' reaction and fit: at adaption stage, color, becomingness, beauty, fit. 2. According to canonical analysis, consumer satisfaction at the point of purchase and that in wearing are closely related. (RCI = .97) It suggests that satisfaction in wearing depends largely on satisfaction at the point of purchase. 3. General satisfaction in wearing is closely related with such factors as predictive expecta-tion, satisfaction at the point of purchase, predictive disconfirmation, normative disconfirrna-tion, and product performance. According to repression results, those factors can explain
of satisfaction ill wearing (R = .79). Above all, product performance and normative disconfirmation are highly influential.
A Study on Changes of Royal Wedding Costumes Found Out in Ga-Re-Do-Gam-Eui-Gue
Choi Kyung Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 15~27
This study is to investigate the royal wedding garments found out in Gn-Rs-Do-Gam-Eui-Gue during Yi Dynasty. The results are as follows: 1. The wedding garments for kings and princes, as well as for queens and princesses, had a tendency to increase in their kinds and number 2. The number of' Sang-bok (상복)' for queens and princesses was decreased about
after the publication of Jeong-Re (정리). 3. Casual wears for queens and princesses were decreased to the halves in kind, and its number was decreased about
.4. Clothings for court ladies showed changes in kind. 5. Documents about clothings for parents of queen's in wedding ceremony cannot be found in the literatures, such as Guk-Hon-Jeong-ke(국혼정예), Sang-Bang-Jeong-Re(상방정예). and Eui-Cue published in the 35th and 38th year of King Yeongjo's reign, respectively. 6. The number of ornamental bars including wigs was decreased about
after the publication of Guk -Hon -Jeong- Re.
Changing Focus and Development of Korean Clothing and Textiles: 1959-1990
Jung Chan-Jin ; Park Shin-Jung ; Hwang Sun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 28~37
Clothing and Textiles was introduced in the 1950s to Korea and has been developed. At this moment, it seems to be valuable to identify state of art of researches in clothing and textiles field. The purpose of the study was to investigate trends of subject-matter emphasis in clothing and textiles. The data were included clothing and textiles related research articles published in three professional journals from 1959 through 1990 and condensed at 5 year intervals. The identified 620 articles with clothing and textiles subject-matter emphasis were categorized in six areas: clothing construction, textiles, history of costume, design and aesthetics, socio-psychological aspect of clothing, and fashion merchandising. The results were as follows: 1. Since 1959, there has been a significant growth in terms of the number of research as well as in quality of research particulary considering the short history of the field. 2. The number of each area research was ranked as follows: 1) textiles (217) 2) history of costume (173) 3) socio-psychological aspect of clothing (88) 4) clothing construction (79) 5) fashion merchandising (34) 6) design and aesthetics (22) and others (7) 3. In the area of textiles, the most dominant area was clothing management (102 out of 217) and clothing hygenics research was getting increased from the late of 1980 through Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles. 4. In the area of history of costume, most of the research have been published through Journal of Korean Costume Society. History of korean costume was the most dominant area (120 out of 173) and history of eastern costume area was getting increased from the late of 1980s. 5. In the area of socio-psychological clothing, the research was accelated in the beginning of 1980s through Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, while the research was decreased a· little in the late of 1980s. 6. In the area of clothing construction, it was revealed its decrease the percentage of total number of research and most of them were published through Journal of Korean Home Economics. 7. In the area of fashion merchandising, there has been continuous increase in the number of research from the late of 1970s to 1990, present. For the future direction, implications for interdisciplinary and ecological approach were suggested.
A Study on the Drapability and the Shape of the Flare Skirt -by
Kim Hae-kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 38~47
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of physical properties and grain line of fabrics on the drape properties of the flare skirt. Horizontal section overlap map was obtained by three dimensional Moire Topography, It was concluded drapability of the skirt obtained by the map can be used to determine the ease of the skirt. Grain line such as bias and lengthwise direction showed the difference of quality of the drape at the hem line; skirt made by bias direction showed evenly distributed flare and effective for the aesthetic point view. No difference was observed between cotton and polyester fabrics probably due to the similar characteristics of the fabrics.
A Study on the Developmental Trend of the Human body for the establishment of the Apparel Sizing System -on the high school boys and girls between age 16 and 18-
Kim Ku Ja ; Lee Soon Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 48~60
The purpose of this study is to analyze the pattern of human developmental growth with empirical anthropometric data for clothing construction. The sample was drawn randomly out of senior high school boys and girls in seoul urban area. The sample size was 424 boys and 301 girls between age 16 and 18. Dependent variables of this study were modified after extraction of common variables from raw data. 42 dependent variables were analyzed by the method of Duncan Test as Multiple Range Test among three age groups and T-Test between male and female of same age groups. The analysis of these data was carried with spss-x package by the computer installed in INHA University. The major findings can be summarized as follows. 1. In Duncan Test, female students between age 16 and 18 were not significantly different in the majority of dependent variables, but girth measurements and weight of 17 and 18 age groups were significantly different from that of 16 age groups. 2. In Duncan Test, male students were significantly different in the majority of the dependent variables, especially 33 variabls from 42 variables, among three age groups. 3. In T-Test, hip girth was only not significantly different between male and female and neck girth of the female students was only significantly larger than that of the male students.
A Study on the Comfort Properties of Aerobic Wear with Different Materials
Ryoo Sook Hee ; Lee Soon Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 61~69
In order to investigate the comfort properties of aerobic wear with different materials, the physiological responses, subjective wear sensation and microclimate were measured. The experimental garment were all-in·one type with half·length sleeves made of cotton/ polyurethane and nylon/ polyhrethane fabrics. The conditions of the experimental room were controlled to maintain two type of environ- ments, i.e.
R. H. and
R.H., Air velocity was maintained at 0.25 misec all the time. The results are as follows; 1) At
, mean skin temperature and comfort sensation were not significantly different among 2 types of materials. 2) At
, aerobic wear made of cotton/polyurethane fibers showed better pleasant tactile sensation than that of nylon/polyurethane fibers. 3) Under both environmental conditions, microclimate of two types of aerobic wear was not significantly different. 4) Among several aspects of wear sensations, tactile sensation was the most powerful factor to differenciate material differences of aerobic wear.
Characterization of Surfaces by Contact Angle Goniometry - I. Contact Angle Measurement by Laser Beam Projection-
Park Chung Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 15, issue 1, 1991, Pages 70~75
Contact angle measuring device was developed in this laboratory using laser beam projec-tion. The new method allows for rapid and direct determination of stationary, advancing, and receding contact angles on both planar and nonplanar solid surfaces, including fibers with very small diameters. A narrow laser beam impinges on an edge of an interface of liquid and solid. This makes two projected laser beam lines upon and radiating from the center of a protractor scale on a tangent screen. Contact angle is measured by determining the difference in angle on the protractor scale between the two projected laser beam lines. Contact angles measured on Perspex-CQ using this instrument were in agreement with the literature. it was shown that this instrument provides a novel method for the facile and accurate measurement of contact angles.