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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 20, Issue 6 - Nov 1996
Volume 20, Issue 5 - Sep 1996
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Jul 1996
Volume 20, Issue 3 - May 1996
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Mar 1996
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A Methodological Study on the Developing Process of Costume Design Applied to the Method of Morphological Analysis
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 401~413
This study is aimed to be helpful a developing process for Apparel design and to investigate Idea abduction for Apparel Design which applied to the Morphological Method one of the Methods of Creativity which the creative technologists studied. The result of this study were as follows : 1. The Morphological Method which is one of the Methods of Creativity could be applied to Idea abduction for Apparel Design by CAD system. 2. This study developed a program for CAD system which could use the design process for Apparel Design applied to the Morphological Method 3. In the consequence of the program which could use the design developing process of Morphological Method, and trying to test with the selection of the essential variables about Jacket, Skirt, One-piece, Blouse, it is found that many design for Apparel Design could be producted in a short time, so that the conclusion have been made as a result that the Method could be a great help to design a variable sillouette for Apparel Design.
A Study on Clothing Shopping Motivations and store - Preferred Stores and Store Atmosphere -
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 414~428
This study intends to ascertain the importance of store atmosphere when construcing store marketing strategies for store differentiation. And it is studied by classifying consumer groups according to clothing shopping motivations, comparing store atmosphere assessment and emotion response of preferred stores, and analyzing the influence store atmosphere has on store preference or impulsive purchase. The subject of this study are women in their twenties living in Seoul, 255 career women and 233 college students totaling 458, and model sampling is done by convenient sampling taking into account the type of their occupation and major. Modified survey based on references and former studies is used, and using SAS packages, methods. The results of data analysis are as follows. 1. Consumer groups are classified into the following four subdivisions: shopping involvement, leisure pursuit, financial, and shopping unconcern group. The stores women in twenties use most frequently for shopping are department stores, speciality stores, common market, discount stores, and wholesale markets, and significant difference are shown between consumer groups. 2. Consumer responses for store atmosphere preferences are shown significantly among groups when concerned with store preferences. 3. Images of store atmosphere as factor analyzed into environment factor, kindness factor, and decoration factor, Environment factor is most highly estimated in speciality stores, kindness factor in department stores, and decoration factor in common markets. 4. Leisure pursuit group is assessed to be most influenced by store atmosphere in store seleciton, impulsive purchase, and after-purchase shopping behavior, and impulsive purchase is shown highly in department stores and speciality stores.
The Study of Curcuma Longs L. Dyeing
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 429~437
This paper surveys extraction condition-temperature, pH, and changes of adsorbance in accordance with extraction condition of curcuma Longa L. solution. Using extracted curcuma Longa L. Solution, dyeing behaviors with natural fiber, effect of mordants to color fastness and color change were investigated. It was found that the amount of absorption (K/S value) was increased by mordants (Fe, Cr) and mordants treatment affected color change of dyed fabric. Among the mordants, effect of citric acid to color change of dyed fabric was the smallest, and color difference of post- mordant treatment is smaller than that of pee-mordant treatment in making use of citric acid as mordant. And K/S value of post mordant was higher than that of pre mordant. It was found that the pre - and post- mordants treatment little affected color fastness, but affected the amound of adsorption and color change of dyed fabric.
A Study on Transformation of The Breast Size, Shape and Volume Properties for Design of Maternity Brassiere
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 438~451
This study was performed to provide basic data for design of maternity brassiere. In order to find out transformation of breast size, shape and volume properties during the period of pregnancy, direct measurements of 306 subjects using Martin's anthropometer and indirect measurements using photography were conducted. And also breast surface area, volume and assumed weight using the molding of adhisive sheet are calculated. The results are as follows; 1) Size (breast widths, depths, girths and lengths) of the breast of pregnant woman are gradually increased during pregnancy. But underbust girth is decreased after delivery. 2) Front view of the breast is gradully dropped and widened. 3) Surface area, volume were measured for each stage of pregnancy, and weights of breasts were estimated. The surface area of breast of latter stage of prgnancy was increased 1.7 times comparing with the early stage. 4) Changes of bust girth, breast depth, underbust girth, volume and estimated breast weight during pregnancy should be considered for cup size, cup shape, width and strain of strap, and width of the wings.
Development of Functional Sports-brassiere
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 452~466
The purpose of this study is to proviede basic data for designing sports-brassiere by a questionnaire survey about sports-brassieres preferences and physiological wearing test. The results of the survey and the physiological wearing tests on sports-brassieres are as follow; 1. According to the survey, dissatisfied factors on the sports-brassiere are "drooping and vibrating of the breasts". Preferable factors are supporting breasts by stretch and seldom changing its position by motion. The bigger cup-size and more hemispherical-type causes more discontent than flat-type. 2. The shape of breasts is oval, on what ground, horizontal line is longer than vertical. For the cross section of bust line, shirts type.brassiere is more gently curved than cup-brassiere. 3. The feeling of wearing comfort is correlated with bust.up, shield, close adhesion. The vibration of breasts is correlated with covering urea and close adhesion, and the changing band's position by movement, close adhesion. Too much covering area or strain are in inverse correlation of the comfort. 4. The rate of prevention of vibration is 75~80% on superior sports-brassieres, which has broad covering area and excellent close adhesion. adhesion.
The Effect of Solvent Treatment on the Microstructure and Surface Morphology of PET POY
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 467~480
Interactions between PET POY and solvents were estimated by the changes in microstructure and surface morphology. Changes in microstructure and surface morphology by the solvent treatments were: an increase in crystallite size, a decrease in interplanar spacing, a change in degree of orientation of crystalline region, a change in surface characteristics.
The Study of Purchase Behaviors of Foreign-Brand Formal Wear
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 481~492
The purposes of the present study were (1) to examine the differences between the experienced group in buying foreign-brand formal wear and the non-experienced group in terms of demographic characteristics, clothing expenditures, and purchase behaviors of formal wear, and (2) to investigate the purchase behaviors of and the extent of post-purchase satisfaction to foreign-brand formal wears for purchase group of foreign-brand formal wear. By using questionnaire consisting of 20 questions, data were collected from 754 female consumers in age range of 20~59. Chi-square analysis and t-test were used for data analysis. Significant differences were found between the groups in educational levels, monthly clothing expenditures, monthly household income, the number of formal wear purchased per season, store patronage, items often purchased, perceived proper price per item, and criteria for selecting stores and evaluating products. The group with experiences in purchasing foreign-brand formal wear showed high satisfaction levels with the quality of foreign-brand formal wears. When buying foreign-brand formal wears, the experienced group considered styles and color as important evaluative criteria, and favored stores having sales with wide assortmetsn.
Cross-Cultural Comparison of Consumer Attitudes toward US Brand Jeans -among Korean and Mexican consumers-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 493~501
An understanding of consumers' evaluative processes and the consumer variables that influence cross-cultural evaluations of foreign products is essential to effectively penetrate international markets. This study compared consumers in two developing countries, Korea and Mexico, regarding their product evaluations and purchase intentions for US Levi's jeans. Both Korean and Mexican consumers are generally quality and price conscious. Korean consumers appeared to be more value-conscious than Mexican consumers. Mexican consumers exhibited high level of brand and prestige conscious behavior. Findings in this study support that culture bound consumer characteristics vary from country to country resulting in differences in perception of quality, value and purchase intentions for a particular product. The perception of product quality differs from perception of value and subsequent willingness to buy. For a comprehensive understanding of consumer purchase behavior, the impact of value-conscious attitude on percetion of quality and on purchase intentions should be examined.
Model of Clothing Brand Loyalty Formation
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 502~511
While much research on brand loyalty have been conducted until now, little has been challenged to integrate the results of previous (studies and how the brand loyalty is developed. The purpose of this study was to) suggest and test the model of clothing brand loyalty formation via consideration of all related variables simultaneously using the LISREL. The subjects were 505 male and female college graduates or higher white collar workers in their twenties and thirties living in Seoul, Korea. The data were collected by self- administered questionnaires. The results showed that consumer knowledge, product involvement, and perceived risk are positively related to information search. However, the influence of perceived risk on information search is statistically insignificant. Product involvement is also positively related to consumer satisfaction. Information search and consumer satisfaction are positively related to brand loyalty, respectively. In conclusion, consumer knowledge, product involvement, and perceived risk have positive influences on brand loyalty through the mediating variables of information search and consumer satisfaction.
A Study of Antibacterial and Aromatic Fibers Vsing Microencapsulation of Antibiotics and Perfume (1) -Microencapsulation of Antibiotics/Perfume-
Kim, Ho-Jung ; Park, Cha-Cheol ; Kim, Han-Do ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 512~518
Microcapsules containing 2, 4, 4'-trichloro-2-hydroxydiphenyl ether and perfumes were prepared by the coacervation using poly (vinyl alcohol) and crosslinking agents. Effects of dispersing agents, core materials, agitating speed and crosslinking agents on microcapsule size were investigated. The mean and deviation of microcapsule diameters decreased with increasing agitation speed. The diameters of m;crocapsules decreased with increasing dispering agent concentration at 6, 000 rpm of agitation speed, but it was not changed at 10, 000 rpm. The dispering effect of PVA is better than that of gum arabic. The slight increase in the diameter of microcapsule was observed when the amount of core material was increased. As the amount of crosslinking agent was increased, the diameter of microcapsule was decreased.
Relationship between Plane and Side Drape Coefficient of Fabrics
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 519~526
To investigate the relationship between plane and side drape coefficient, the drape tester designed in which coordinate of projected outline of draped specimen could be recorded. By using this drape tester, the three dimensional shape, plane and side drape coefficient were obtained from coordinate of plane projected shape, and furthermore examined the tendency in changes of drape coefficient in terms of diameter of specimen, deflection angle, and bending rigidity. The side drape coefficients were constant regardless of changes in diameter of specimen. The plane drape coefficients, however, made a little difference according to changes in diameter of specimen. The experimental drape coefficient agreed well with the theoretical drape coefficient according to deflection angle. In the meanwhile, when the plane drape coefficients were regressed with the side drape coefficents, regression equation was
. When the
is mean of deflection angle of selected points which have the longest and shortest distance from center point in the node, the theoretical drape coefficient calculated from
has high correlation with experimental drape coefficient. The plane and side drape coefficient changed linearly with increasing the bending length,
The Study of The Excavated Clothes of The Mid-Chosun Dynasty -Centering Around Chopri and Changeuis From Lee Hwang's Tomb-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 527~537
This study tries to understand the characteristics of a man's clothes from the late 17th century to the early 18th century, held by the Ewha Womans University Museum. The author adopted the Assy CAD, an apparel CAD system developed by Assysit Company of Germany, in measuring clothes which is intended to solve the problems raised in the previous measurement of clothes, as well as in the making of patterns. The author used tracing paper to make copies of the curved parts, put them into the computer by digitiger, and made the patterns for more accurate restoration. Furthermore, the author compared Lee Hwang's with the contents of the related literature and excavated apparel from other tombs. As a result, Chopri among Lee Hwang's clothes, retained the typical characteristics of the mid-Chosun men's fashion in its ratio of bodice to skirt, form of sleeves, and size of breast- ties for fastening which appeared in the 17th century. Daechangeui and Jungchimak also were distinctive for Changot and the width of sleeves since the 17th century and were in wide use not only as the daily clothes but also as the shroud. These changes were brought about from the two wars which emphasized prestige and beauty of the clothes rather than their functions. As a result, Changeuis were used more widely, while Chopri which was used as the underwear of officials' uniform, was in decline.
Influences of Brand and Country-of-Origin on Consumers' Perception of Apparel Products
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 538~549
The main purpose of this study was to determine the influence of brand and country-of-origin on consumers' perception of apparel products.
between subjects factorial design with brand (no brand vs. prestigious brand) and country-of-origin (Italy vs. Korea) was used. Consumer ethnocentrism and product involvement were included as covariates in analyzing the data. The stimuus was a double-breasted v-neckline beige jacket. All the labels were removed and a label indicating one of the four brand/country-of-origin conditions was attached. The participants' perception of the jacket was measured in terms of product attitude, product evaluation, purchase intention and expected price. A total of 205 housewives participated in the field experiments conducted in front of four moi or department stores in Seoul, and 202 responses were used in the final analysis. There was no significant difference in product attitude, product evaluation and purchase intention according to brand or country-of-origin. But brand, country-of-origin and the interaction between the variables were significant in explaining the differences in expected price. Consumer ethnocentrism was significant in all the models, while product involvement was significant only in the case of product evaluation. The relationships among demographic variables, consumer ethnocentrism and product involvement were also examined.
Effect of Pretense (Subtilisin Carlsberg) on the Removal of Blood Protein Soil (I) -The Hydrolysis of Hemoglobin by Subtilisin Carlsberg-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 20, issue 3, 1996, Pages 550~559
The Effect of protease (subtilisin Carlsberg) on the removal of hemoglobin as protein soil was studied. The hydrolysis characteristics of subtilisin Carlsberg was examined by electrophoretic techniques. The fragmentation patterns of hemoglobin were analyzed by SDS-PAGE. The hydrolysis efficiency was evaluated by analysis of protein bands shown on gels before and after hydrolysis by using densitometer. 1. The hydrolysis of hemoglobin by subtilisin Carlsberg was increased markedly with the increase of the enzyme concentration. 2. The hydrolysis of hemoglobin by subtilisin Carlsberg was effectively increased in proportion to increasing of the hemoglobin concentration up to a certain point, but it began to decrease above the point. 3. The hydrolysis of hemoglobin by subtilisin Carlsberg followed the first order kinetics, yielding a rate constant of
. 4. The hydrolysis of hemoglobin by subtilisin Carlsberg was highest at
and was decreased markedly at
. 5. The hydrolysis of hemoglobin was comparatively low at pH 7.0~8.0, and highest at pH 11.0.