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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Nov 1978
Volume 2, Issue 1 - May 1978
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Analysis of the Factors Affecting on Sewing Shrinkage
Kim Tae Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 209~215
This experiment was designed to analyze the factors, which are very common in practical sewing, affecting on sewing shrinkage by using orthogonal array (
) table. The results were analyzed by using the computer program, PDP 11/10. The results showed that sewing shrinkage was increased up to 3 times of laundrying but no further changes could be found. Sewing shrinkage was affected much by the number of stitching and yarn tension and the rate increased with proportion to the number of stitching in unit length and yarn tension. When cotton yarn was used in P/C fabrics, the shrinkage was much smaller, but this results did not agree with other articles reported. Sewing by using
11 needle and 1000
1500r.p.m. seemed to lower the shrinkage rate.
A Study of the Relationships between Ego Identity, Self-perceptions of Dressing Competence and Dressing Conformity
Shin Ok Shoon ; Seu Bong Yeun ; Lee Shoon Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 217~225
This study investigated the relationship between ego identity within the framework of Erikson's psychosocial theory of ego development and self-perceptions of dressing competence and dressing conformity. The following problems have been investigated in this study. 1. The relationship between ego identity and self-perceptions of dressing competence. 2. The relationships between the subcategories of identity levels and self-perceptions of dressing competence. 3. The relationship between ego identity and self-perceptions of dressing conformity. Data were obtained from 242 freshman and 156 senior college students, who each received an ego identity scale and self-perceptions of dressing competence and dressing conformity scale. The statistical analyses of the obtained data included calculation of the Chi-Square (
) and Means (M). This study's finding were as follows; 1. A significant positive relationship was found between ego identity level and self-perceptions of dressing competence. 2. Significant relationships were found between most of the subcategories of ego identity level and self-perceptions of dressing competence, the exceptions being stability, uniqueness, sense of self. 3. Significant relationships were not found between ego identity and self-perceptions of dressing conformity but were found to be significantly related uniqueness and self assertiveness on one hand were found to be significantly related to self-perceptions of dressing individuality and stability on the other hand to self-perceptions of dressing conformity.
Study of Consumer's Interest in Garment Label
Lim Sook ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 227~235
This study was designed to find out consumer's interest in garments label and to help home economists make interest for the further study in relation between producers and consumers as gap bridger. The questionnair method was used to obtained the data which was made by a result of self-administered questionnair. A size of random sample for this research was 364 subjects. The study found the following: (1) Most of consumers are relatively interested in garments label. The most concious age level was woman of fourty. (2) The most interest factor was label of size, price, fiber contents. brand name, directions and precautions on proper use and care. (3) The order of complaining item after washing was change of size, and color, seam pucker. deformation of collar. and button. (4) Most of consumers do not follow the direction when they clean their garments. (5) The respondents seem to be not understand the garment's informative label.
A study on the damage of some fibers affected by growth of Dermatophytes
Nam Yun Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 237~243
Dermatophytes such as Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Trichophyton rubrum and Epidermophyton floccosum are used in this study to confirm (a) The Dermatophytes could utilize the wool, cotton and nylon fiber as a nutrient source. (b) The degree of damage of fibers by the Dermatophytes growth. The results of the experiment are summarized as follows; 1. Dermatophytes could not utilize the wool, cotton and nylon fiber directly as a nutrient source without the exogenously applied nutrients. 2. It was presumed that Dermatophytes could utilize the knitted wool fabric as their nutrient source when nutrient was exogenously applied. since the knitted wool fabric was greatly damaged by T. mentagrophytes and T. rubrum growth. 3. The tensile strength of knitted wool fabric was significantly decreased by T. mentagrophytes and T. rubrum, but not by E. floccosum. However, the tensile strength of knitted nylon fabric was not particularly affected by the Dermatophytes. 4. The burst strength of knitted wool fabric was decreased by T. mentagrophytes (
). T. rubrum (
). and E. floccosum (
). Though the burst strength of knitted cotton fabric was decreased by Dermatophytes about
, that of knitted nylon fabric was not affected. 5. Observing the damaged wool fiber by scanning microscope, the inner part of wool fiber was permeated by T. mentagrophytes and T. rubrum.
A Foundamental Study on the Solvent Dyeing Part 1. Change of PET Substrate Treated with Water, TCE and Water/TCE Emulsion.
Chung Doo Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 245~252
In order to obtain some information for solvent dyeing, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) was treated with water, tetrachloroethylene yarn (TCE), and water/TCE emulsion for three hours at the temperatures from
. The change of fine structure of substratum by measuring the shrinkage, the degree of crystallinity, the stress relacxation modulus and Young's modulus. The P.E.T. film was also treated in water (at
) for 4 hours to stabilize the substratum. By means of film roll cyliderical method, the Disperse Blue 27 was diffused. Then, calculated the diffusion coefficient and examined the application of WLF equation. However, the temperature dependence of the shrinkage could be explain with WLF equation, the diffusion coefficient couldn't be applied the WLF equation when the substratum was stabilized. From the result, the effects on shrinkage were in the order of water
Social Stratification and Clothing behavior -A study of housewives in Seoul-
Kim Jeong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 253~260
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether or not the clothing behavior of house-wives in Seoul vary depending on their socioeconomic status. The null hypotheses tested in this study were as follows: 1) There are no differences in housewives' attitudes toward the importance of clothing according to their socioeconomic status. 2) There are no differences in housewives' criteria of clothing choice according to their socioeconomic status. 3) There are no differences in housewives' clothing taste according to their socioeconomic status. 4) There are no differences in the pattern of housewives' clothing purchase according to their socioeconomic status. In order to test these null hypotheses, questionnaires on clothing behavior and socioeconomic status were distributed to a sample of 243 purposively selected housewives in Seoul, Korea. The factor analysis, correlation and analysis of variance techniques were employed for the statistical analysis of data. The results indicated that: 1) The attitudes toward the importance of clothing was related to socioeconomic status. 2) The criteria of clothing choice (aesthetics-practicality), clothing taste (individuality-conformity), and the pattern of clothing purchase (a degree of rationality) were not related to socioeconomic status. 3) The criteria of clothing selection was related to housewives' level of education. 4) Clothing taste was related to housewives' age.
A Study of the Relationship between Clothing Behaviors and General Values of Che-ju College Women.
Chung Sahm Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 261~267
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between clothing behaviors and general values of Che-ju college women. General values were measured by The Allport-Vernon-Lindzey Study of Value, which determines the relative prominence of six basic values. General clothing behaviors were assessed by statements dealing with interests in status symbol, fashion and practicality of clothing. Measures of attitudes toward blue jeans consists of: attitudes regarding practicality and youth symbol. In addition the possession, and frequency of wearing blue jeans were assessed. The sample consisted of 284 students in Che-ju college women, Korea. The data, collected by means of a self-administered questionnaire, were analyzed by correlations and t-tests. The results indicate that: 1) Economic value was positively related to the status symbol of clothing. 2) No correlation was found between political value and the fashion of clothing. 3) Social value was positively related to the practicality of clothing, however, no correlation was found between social value and attitudes regarding practicality of blue jeans. 4) Practicality attitudes toward blue jeans was positively related to the practicality of clothing, whereas youth symbol attitudes toward blue jeans was positively related to the fashion and the status symbol of clothing. 5) The groupth which had blue jeans had higher interest of fashion in clothing than the groupth which had no blue jeans.
A Study on Gwan-Rye Costumes
Lee Kyung Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 269~276
This thesis studied the costumes of Gwan-Rye(관예). the lowest ranking officials of Yi-Dynasty. It researched the written materials and compared it with relics of Gwan-Rye costumes. The gists of the result are; 1) The Koryo tradition of Gwan-Rye costumes continued until the early days of Yi-Dynasty. 2) The Gwan-Rye costumes can be classified into two styles. One is Sa-Ryung(사영) style, which consisted of Dan-Ryung(단령) robe and Jo-Geon(조시) as head gear. Na-Jang(라장) style. the another, consisted of Dan-Ryung. Ban-Bi-Ui(반비의) and Jo-Geon. 3) These styles changed around the days of Yeon-San(연산), the 10th King of the Dynasty. The Na-Jang of later days wore Cheop-Ri(첩리) robe instead of Dan-Ryung. And the Sa-Ryung costume was devided into three different styles. They are (1) Gat(립)- Cheop-Ri (2) Bung-Geo-Ji(단립)-Chang-Ui(창의) (3) Gat- Kwoe-Ja(쾌자) styles.
A Study on the Women's Veil of Yi-Dynasty
Kang Soon Che ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 277~286
The history of the women's veil which was used to hide their face in Yi-Dynasty was discussed. The similar fashion of wearing veil was popular in T'ang China as Myok-li and Yoo-Mo, then it might have influenced the fashion of the women's dress of the Silla Dynasty. It was also found out that the custom was most popular in Koryo and then continued to Yi-Dynasty. The confucianism of Yi-Dynasty requested very strict moral obligation toward women that veil had to be worn by them whenever going out. It might not be their popular fashion but obligation. There were several types of veil so called; Neoul(라원) Jangott(장의) Suege-China(쓰개치마) Chun-eue(천의) Sak-kat(삿갓) Chun-mo(천모)etc., which were used as a part of formal dress for women. From the late 1930, when the new society started to accept women's activities, the customs of wearing veil had been vanishing from the women's dress.
A Study of the Relationship between the Status Symbol of Clothing and Social-Psychological Variables
Lee Keum Sil ; Kahng He Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 2, 1978, Pages 287~294
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between clothing interests in the status symbol and the exhibition need and status inconsistency. The exhibition need was measured by Murray's statements on need and some items selected from The Need Diagnosis Scale of Jaung-Kyu Whang. Status inconsistency was measured by the same criteria of Lenski. Three aspects of clothing interests-the status symbol, the fashion and the exhibitionism-were assessed. The questionnaires were distributed to the housewives in Seoul. Data from 511 respondents were analyzed by correlations and
-tests. The results were: 1) The exhibition need was positively related to interests in the status symbol and exhibitionism of clothing. 2) Status inconsistency was positively related to clothing interests in the status symbol and fashion. 3) The degree of clothing interests in the status symbol and fashion were also positively related to the clothing expenditure and the socioeconomic status of the sample.