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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 19, Issue 6 - Nov 1995
Volume 19, Issue 5 - Sep 1995
Volume 19, Issue 4 - Jul 1995
Volume 19, Issue 3 - May 1995
Volume 19, Issue 2 - Mar 1995
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Jan 1995
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The Effect of Clothing Type and Facial Attractiveness of Men Clothed on Impressions (ll)
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 565~579
The purpose of this study was 1) to investigate the effect of male clothing type and facial attractiveness on the subjects' inferences of occupational and appearance characteristics for the wearers. The subjects 'inferences of occupational and appearance characteristics for the wearers were measured by means of semantic-differential scales and open-ended questionnaires. The stimuli were composed of 18 color photographs which were made of 3 levels of facial attractiveness in combination with 6 types of clothing. The subjects were 216 male and 216 female university students. The results were as follows: First, the responses to the semantic-differential scales were factor analyzed to identify the underlying constructs of occupational characteristics. As the result, 4 factors were emerged. The first factor was interpreted to Appearance·Ability, the second, Individuality, the third, Dominance, and the fourth, Naivety. Second, the type of clothing influenced on all the 4 factors, and was more influencial than the facial attractiveness which influenced on the 3 factors except the Naivety factor. Third, There were differences perceptions for the wearers beteen subjects 'sex type; The male subjects perceived for the wearers with categorization more exactly than the female's. Fourth, there were accordances between free-association and inference in semantic-differential scales for the wearers.
A Study on the Age Role Norm of Skirt Length
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 580~589
When age-role i-: being confused and fasion is as whimsical as these days, the norm on the length of the skirt can be a matter of controversy. This study aimed to see if there exists decisive norm on skirt lengths according to the age of feminine stimuli and the sex and age of perceiver. It also aimed to find out whether the norm of the individual perceiver is influenced by the assumed norm of generalized others. Questionnaire including linedrawings of feminine lower body was given out to be marked with age-proper length of skirt. Results revealed existence of certain length norms according to the age of the stimuli. Norms also varied according to the age of the perceiver and interaction effects among the age, sex of the perceiver and the age of the stimuli existed. Assumed norms of the generalized others were different from the actual norms of the individual. Interaction between the ages of the stimuli and perceiver affected the difference between the actural individual norm and the assumed norm of the generalized others.
Influence of Physical Attractiveness and Dress on Evaluation of Female Job Applicants
Han, Mee-Sook ; Sung, Hwa-Kyoung ; You, Hae-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 590~601
The purpose of the study is to investigate the effects of physical attractiveness and dress on evaluation of female job Applicants in terms of suitable employment potential and job- type. The study was a 2
3 between subject factorial design with two levels of attractiveness (attractive, moderately attractive) and three levels of dress image(masculine, androgynous, feminine). A group of clothing experts and the middle.level management staffs within a large corporation selected two models(attractive, moderately attractive) through two-step evaluation Process after viewing photographs of 50 female university students. Dresses in three levels were selected by a group of five experts. Two models were photographed with controlled background in three different clothes. Data were collected from 162 management level staffs enrolled in the Top Business Management, The Top Policy Science and the Top Press Information Graduated School of Korea University. Each respondent saw photograph and evaluated the applicant in terms of eight items of employment potential and suitable job type (management position vs. secretary) The results of this research were as follows: 1. Physical attractiveness had significant influences on applicants 'employment potential. Attractive applicant's emplolyment potential was evaluated higher than moderately attract live applicant. 2. Dress had little influence on female job applicants 'employment potential, but dress of androgynous image was evaluated relatively positively. 3. Physical attractiveness had some influences on the evaluation of suitable job-type. The attractive applicant was judged to fit in as a secretary and the moderately attractive model in management position.
Consumer's Clothing Brand Loyalty and Clothing Buying Behavior
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 602~614
The purposes of this study were 1) to reveal the consumer's brand loyalty on clothing, 2) to identify the relationships between the consumer's clothing brand loyalty and consumer characteristics, product characteristics, and consumer's clothing buying behavior. Subjects were selected from the employed and unemployed housewives living in Taejon. A questionnaire was developed and administered by 316 housewives during Spring in 1992. Data were analysed by frequency, Pearson's correlation coefficient, regression and oneway- ANOVA. The result.; of the study were as follows: 1) The half of subjects had brand loyalty on clothing. 2) The relationships between consumer's clothing brand loyalty and housewives' and her husbands 'educational level and average income of a month were significant. Consumer's clothing brand loyalty and housewives 'age had significantly negative relationship. 3) Consumer's clothing brand loyalty was significantly related to price of clothing. 4) The relationships between consumer's clothing brand loyalty and satisfaction toward brands, and the store patronage behavior were significant. The relationships between consumer's clothing brand loyalty and her prepurchase information search behavior, and the amount of purchasing of clothing were not significant.
A Study on Value and Clothing Rehavior by Generation
Lim, Kyung-Bock ; Lim, Sook-Ja ; Jo, Jin-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 615~627
The purpose of this study is to identify the difference of value and clothing behavior by generation, and to suggest a [device for family concord by overcoming a generation gap. Data was obtained from 106 families(daughter, mother, and grandmother in one family), of which the daughter was attending Ewha Womans University. And it was analyzed by ANOVA, Duncan.test, x2_test, ANCOVA ant two-way ANOVA. The results of this study were as follows. 1. Each generation showed different values. Mother and grandmother perceived greater importance for each value except political value. 2. Each generation has its own clothing behavior characteristics. Style, silhouette, skirt length, and neckline preferrences were different by generatiorts. In general, mothers and grandmothers showed si mil ar characteristics. Wearing size and subjective feeling for suitability were also different by generation. Finally in consumption behavior, preferred clothing price and expenditure were also differed by generation.
A Study on the Drapability of Flare Skirts in the Different Materials -between polyester and rayon fabrics-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 628~636
The purpose of this study was to investigate the general distribution trend of drapery according to the material of flare skirt and the body size. 100% polyester and 100% rayon fabrics were chosen to compare the effect on the material type. The results from this study were as follows. (1) Both materials generally had similar trend of drapery (2) The difference of material influenced the shape and the amount of drapery. The amount of drapery in polyester was more than the one in rayon. (3) Rody size didn't significantly influence the shape of grapery. So it is concluded that material type is more important variable than the body size for the drapery.
Development of an Explanatory Model for Decision of Fashion Style and Its Diffusion Process Based on Ambivalence of Pursuit Values
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 637~650
The purpose of the study was to develop a model to explain how a fashion style is determined within a society and how the style diffuses. The research was carried out in two stages, theoretical study followed by empirical study. In the theoretical study, explanatory model about decision of fashion style and diffusion was developed and then fashion diffusion theories and fashion phenomenon of postholder society were explained by the model developed. The theoretical framework of the explanatory model was constructed in that fashion changes by ambivalence of pursuit values within an individual as well as within a society. The empirical study was carried out to validate the model by looking into fashion phenomenon in the postmodern society A questionnaire was developed including style image, pursuit value, preference style and administered to 19 to 30 year-old women living in Seoul area. Frequency distribution, discriminant analysis, one-way ANOVA. were used for the statistical analysis. As pursuit values differed in each style preference stoup, and pursuit value coincided with image of preference style it was confirmed that clothing selection behavior was determined by pursuit value. In a postmodern society where variety of values are pursued, appearance of various products and preference of all styles altogether considered, it could assume that subcultural collective selection phenomenon appeared.
Brand Image : Analysis of Domestic Jeans Market through Benefit Segmentation and Perceptual Mapping (I)
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 651~662
The purpose of this study was 1) to find out the benefits sought factors of jeans and to segment the consumer market 2) to analyze Purchase behavior, brand loyalty, and demo- graphic characteristics of benefit segments. The subjects were 350 male and female university students who have purchased at least one of the nine jeans brands selected for this study. For statistical analysis, reliability test, percentage, factor analysis, cluster analysis, x2-test, and analysis of variance were used. The results of this study were as follows; 1. Benefits sought by consumer were found to include four different factors-brand value, individuality, fashionability, and practicality. 2. As a result of subdividing the consumers, three distinctive groups were formed on the basis of benefit factors-individuality.fashion oriented group, brand value oriented group, and practicality oriented group. 3. Brand value oriented group rated the highest in all of following variables number of jeans possessed and purchased annually, brand loyalty, average household income, average monthly allowences, and amount of money spent in purchasing clothes in each season. Individuality - fashion oriented group rated the second.
Buddha Banners in Shoso-in of Japan and their Maker
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 663~670
After I stated the characteristics of the ancient Buddha Banners of Shoso-in and Horyuji of Japan, 1 searched for the possible countries they could have been made in. 1 concluded that Japan imported above mentioned Buddha Banners from Korea from the fallowing reasons: 1. Almost no Banners in Heian Period. 2. Difference between Banner patterns of Nara period and them of Heian period. 3. Japan almost always imported Buddhist implements including Banners from Korea from 7th century 4. Resemblances between kinds and forms of the patterns of Shoso-in and Horyuji Banners, and them of Silla period.
Changes of Mechanical Properties of Wool Fabrics with Fusible Interlinings
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 671~683
This paper described the changes of mechanical KES values after fusing 4 different (in weave & density) wool face fabrics with 3 different (in weave & extensibility) fusible interlining. The fusing condition was 15
, 4kg.f/cm2 The results of the study were as follows: (1) After fusing, KES mechanical value of B, 2HB, G, 2HGS, WC increased, where as LT, WT werent't changed so much and EM, RT decreased. It means after fusing extensibility and recovery property were decreased and volume and stiffness were increased. (2) Within the limits of this investigation, tensile property seemed to be more influenced by the characteristics of face fabrics, and bending property nil by the effect of adhesive penetration and shear and compression property did by complex of the characteristics of face fabrics and interlining and the effect of adhesive penetration.
Influence of the Mechanical Properties on Drapability in the Peach Skin-like Finished Fabrics
Choi, Jeong-A ; Sung, Su-Kwang ; Kwon, Oh-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 19, issue 4, 1995, Pages 684~695
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of the mechanical properties on drapability in the peach skin-like finished fabrics. For this study, the samples used were 50 kinds of peach skin-like finished fabrics. The mechanical properties such as tensile, shearing, bending, compressional, surface characteristic values, thickness and weight were measured with a KES-F system and drupe coefficient by drape tester. The relationship between the characteristic values and drape coefficicients of the peach skin-like finished fabrics results were obtained. 1. Peach skin-like finished fabric had
2o range of shearing, bending, compression, surface. properties, thickness and weight as compared with Japanese women's thin fabrics. The characteristic mixing values were better with the values of WC/T, W/T, etc. as compared with that of japanese women's thin fabrics. Accordingly, the peach skin-like finished fabrics had a little volume, excellent hanging and drapability as compared with japanese women's thin fabrics. 2. The drape coefficient of peach skin-like finished fabric had a high level of correlation between 2HB, G, WC, MIU, WT, MMD, 2HG, RT, W, B etc. of the mechanical properties. The blocked properties that contributed to the drape coefficient of peach skin-like finished fabrics were in the order of the bending> tensile> thickness> weight properties. This drape coefficients(DC) were found by measuring the mechanical properties according to the obtained regress on equate on. DC=99.0179+17.9023 log G -17.0543 log 2HG5+17.2104 log 2HG+35.7685 log 2HB+ 4.6082 log B-30.5906 log T+4.2308 log W 3. The contribution to the drape coefficient of the characteristic mixing values of peach skin-like finished fabric was in the order of > 2HB/W> 2HB/B> B/W The drape coefficients were found by measuring the characteristic mixing values according to the obtained regression equation. 4. The drape coefficients of peach skin-like finished fabrics were influenced by the differences between the bending of warp direction, bending of weft direction, shearing etc which in turn determine the level of hanging. The regression equation was as follows; 5. The drape coefficients of peach skin.like finished fabrics had a highly positive correlation with the node index. It has an negative correlation with number of nodes.