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Volume 21, Issue 8 - Nov 1997
Volume 21, Issue 7 - Oct 1997
Volume 21, Issue 6 - Sep 1997
Volume 21, Issue 5 - Jul 1997
Volume 21, Issue 4 - Jun 1997
Volume 21, Issue 3 - May 1997
Volume 21, Issue 2 - Mar 1997
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Jan 1997
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Improved Dyeability of Cotton Fabrics by FC Water Repellent Finish
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 3~9
From the standpoint of end-use and practical performances, attention was focused preparing cotton fabrics which posses good dyeability as well as water repellency. The results are summarized as follows, as far as findings obtained from this study is concerned. The fluoro chemical (FC) water repellent finished cotton fabrics exhibited good dyeing properties and colorfastness to washing. Furthermore, the DMDHEU durable-press and FC water repellent finishes in a single pad bath resulted in excellent durable press performance and good water repellency.
A Taxonomy of Female Consumers in Daegu
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 10~18
The purpose of the study were to classify apparel shoppers into specific apparel shopping orientation groups and to compare the classified groups on importance of store attributes, information sources, lifestyle activities, and demographic characteristics. The data were obtained from questionnaires filled out by 317 women in Daegu and were analysed by utilizing factor analysis, cluster analysis, and ANOVA. By cluster analysis of apparel shopping orientation factors, three groups were identified: Recreational shopper (48%), Economic shoppers (20%), Apathetic shoppers (32%). The results of ANOVA indicated that the cluster groups are significantly different in importance of store attributes (product assortment and shopping convenience), information sources (marketer-driven and consumer -driven), lifestyle activities (regular activities and activites for self-improvement), and IPmnuraDhic characteristics (age and education).
A Study on the Production Planning and Management for Automated Clothing Manufacture
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 19~34
The goals of this study are to suggest the guidance for automated clothing manufacture by analysis the technology of the automated manufacturing facilities and to propose how improve the efficiency of the production planning and management for automated clothing manufacture In this study, the research about the automated clothing manufacturing machines and the analysis about the modules and functions of apparel information systems were performed. In order to understand the factory automation of the larger clothing firms, the case study method was used. The case study samples were 3 clothing firms. The results and suggestions are as follows: 1. An information technology for automated clothing manufacture has enabled the computer integrated manufacturing system to connect production planning and management part with each work station on the factory floor. 2. The apparel information system to integrate and manage manufacturing informations from each workstation and the apparel CAD system are used in the department of production planning. At the cutting room, there are automated manufacturing machines like an automatic spreading system and an automatic cutting system. Sewing room has the computer controlled unit production system and semi-automated sewing machines. In addition, in the finishing room, an automatic packing machine and a press system are used and besides a warehousing system has been developed. Considering these available technology, for better product efficiency, it is necessary to consider and utilize the specific character of these automatic manufacturing machines and computer system whether they proper to each product style. 3. Most of the clothing manufacturers are in the stage of semi-automated manufacture. In order to improve the manufacturing environment, it is needed to gradual procedure of manufacturing automation with considering the firm's financial condition, existing facilities and staffs operating machines. The case study sample firms are in the high degree of manufacturing automation. They can accomplish the flexible manufacturing system to link the information system with each work station menufacturing system by computerized control. For the case of the firm having already used the computer integrated manufacturing and managing system, it is necessary that the function to deal with drawing information is added to the retaining module of the apparel system.
A Study on the Factors of Impulse Buying of Clothing and Their Relation to Fashion Involvement and Becognized Brand Preference of College Women
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 35~45
The main purpose of this research was to classify the contents of impulse buying of clothing products and to investigate how the impulse buying was influenced by fashion involvement, recognized brand preference, and impulsiveness. Samples were 238 college women in Seoul, Korea. The results of the research were as follows. 1. Four factors of impulse buying derived by factor analysis; F 1 'sensitive aspects of products stimulation'; F. 2 'utility aspects of products stimulation'; F. 3 'consumer situation stimulation'; F. 4 'marketing situation stimulation'. 2. Impulsiveness had a positive relation with impulse buying, fashion involvement, and recognized brand preference. Fashion involvement had a positive relation with recognized brand preference and impulse buying. 3. Impulse buying was influenced by fashion involvement and impulsiveness. The explanatory power of the 2 variables was 9.3%. 4. Fashion involvement was influenced by sensitive aspects of products stimulation, major, recognized brand preference, income, and grade. The explanatory power of the 5 variables was 23.7%. 5. Recognized brand preference was influenced by income, fashion involvement, and marketing situation stimulation. The explanatory power of the 3 variables was 11.2%.
Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade in Man-Made Fibers
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 46~57
A Study on the Artificially Soiled Fabric Containing Oil Soluble Dye as an Indicator
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 58~66
In order to evaluate the exact effect of detergency it is necessary both to measure the actual soil content by chemical analysis and to determine the degree of soil removal visually. Since it takes considerable time and effort to use both methods, usually one of the two methods is used. Many studies have been carried out through increasing the visibility of oily soil to evaluate detergency by measuring reflectance of fabrics. In this study Sudan Black B, an oil soluble dye was used as an indicator to increase the visibility of oily soil on cotton and polyester fabrics. The condition of artificially soiled fabrics and the method of evaluating detergency were investigated which represent the actual detergency of oily soil by measuring the reflectance only. Also the detergency of Sudan Black B and that of oily soil were compared with each other under various washing conditions, As a result, the K/S values converted from the reflectances showed a good correlation with the actual soil content. Linear relationship between K/S value and the actual soil content was obtained. The K/S values of washed fabrics were higher than those of unwashed fabrics which included same content of soil since the soil visibility changed during washing. But the difference was small when Sudan Black B was used. With the increase of soil content, detergency of cotton fabric decreased, but detergency of polyester fabric increased gradually. With regards to soiled fabrics, detergency of cotton fabric measured by K/S value was close to that of actual oily soil when Sudan black B was used as an indicator.
A Comparative Study on the Characteristics of Male Innovators and Opinion Leaders Across Product Categories
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 67~81
The main purpose of this study was to compare the characteristics of male innovators and of male opinion leaders across product categories in terms of personality, attitudes, social participation, media usage patterns and demographic aspects. Six product categories such as clothing, cosmetics, small electronic appliances, medium-large electronic appliances, interior supplies and sports-leisure goods was used. A valid and reliable self-report scale was used to measure innovativeness and opinion leadership for 423 male adults living in social area Analyses showed that venturesomeness is the most common characteristics between innovators and opinion leaders across product categories. Innovators showed higher tendency of narcissism while opinion leadership showed higher cosmopolitainsm. Common charateristics of innovators and of opininion leaders of both clothing and cosmetics are cosmopolitanism, narcissism, exhibitionism, venturesomeness. The degrees of social participation and media usage patterns were different according to product categories for both innovators and opinion leaders. The implications of these findings for diffusion theory and merchandising were discussed.
A Study on the effect Housewife's Fashion Life-Style Affecting Purchase Pattern in Infant's Wear Market -on factors of Fashion Life-Style, characters of demographics of 20~30 generation housewife in Seoul-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 82~92
The purpose of this study is to segment an infant's wear market on the base of housewife's fashion life-style for satisfaction of varied needs and high efficiency of marketing activity. This study was used 183 questionnaires (20∼30 generation housewife in Seoul) for statistical analysis. This study was used factor analysis and cluster analysis to group same respondents and frequency analysis, x2_analysis, ANOVA, duncan-test to analyze characteristics of demographics, clothing purchase pattern for each segmented group. The respondents were divided into 4 groups of differnt housewife's fashion life-style matte tons according to the results of analysis. The findings of the research on each groups are summarized as follows: 1) Subdividing market was classified such as a fashion-seeking/shoping-oriented group, personality-seeking group, practical/planning group, traditional conservative group. 2) According to characteristics of demographics in Subdividing market, there were significant difference in their school career, family monthly income, existence of job. 3) According to clothing purchase pattern in Subdividing market, there were significant difference in housewife's fashion life-style. But there were only partly significant difference in characteristics of demographics. In this study, housewife's fashion life-style segmentation in infant's wear market has purpose that marketing managers are given these infornations and various wants of consumers can be satisfied.
A Study on the Actual Condition of korean Firefighter's Protective Clothing
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 93~103
The purpose of this study was to investigate the actual performance of Korean firefighter's clothing through comparisons with protective clothing used in the United State, surveys of firefighter's opinion, and experiments on the material used in Korean firefighter's clothing. The paper presents experimental results as well as ways to improve current standards. The major results are as follows: 1. Korean protective clothing is too thin and too heavy. Thicker, lighter, and more heat- resistant fabric and a lighter trim should be used. 2. Korean protective clothing is not very water-resistant. A Water-resistant outershell and an innerliner which are made of air permeable and water resistant fabric must be used. 3. Korean protective clothing's outershell and innerliner should be made of fabric that is more heat-resistant, flame-resistant, and chemical resistant. 4. Protective clothing should be more brightly colored and its reflective tape should have greater reflectivity to make firefighters more visible. 5. The fastner currently used in Korean protective clothing consists of Velcro, a button, and a D-ring which can not be opened and closed quickly. A better fastener would have just velcro and a zipper. 6. The uniform for Korean firefighters consists of only a protective coat and boots. Protective trousers should be added to the standard uniform. Also, a thermal harrier should be used in winter to protect firefighters from the cold. 7. Korean firefighters should be provided with their own personal sets of protective clothing to ensure a proper fit.
The Bisects of Clothing Consumption Experiences on Brand Attitude
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 104~118
Consumers experience various cognitive and emotional contents of clothing through postpurchase process. These experiences may affect consumer satisfaction as well as brand attitude toward clothing products. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of consumption experiences on the brand attitude toward clothing products. The research questions for accomplishing the purpose of this study were to investigate 1) the dimension of consumption experiences, 2) relationships among consumption experience, satisfaction and brand attitude toward clothing. The sample of this study was consisted of 431 females. The survey method, and factor analysis and regression were utilized for this study. The results were as follows; First, it was found out the consumption was composed of two dimensions such as cognitive and emotional experiences. According to the result of factor analysis, the cognitive experiences through consumption process were composed of 6 factors, that is, the suitability, fitness, utility/economy, sewing, deformation, and management. And emotional experiences were composed of 5 factors, that is, unpleasure, activeycomfort, inter-oriented pleasure, extra- oriented pleasure, tension. Also emotional experiences could be composed of two dimensions, that is, positive and negative emotion. The positive emotions were included pleasure and active/comfort. The negative emotions were included unpleasure and tension. Second, the result of path analysis showed that consumption experiences were related to satisfaction and brand attitude. A satisfaction influenced on brand attitude more strongly than others. And sewing, activejcomfort, extra-oriented pleasure out of cognitive and emotional experience factors affected to brand attitude directly. Satisfaction was also influenced by cognitive and emotional factors, and was the important mediator in forming brand attitude toward clothing through consumption experience. Above results imply that consumer experience multidimensional cognitive and emotional aspects of clothing through consumption process. The cognitive and emotional aspects consisting of consumption experiences, satisfaction, and brand attitude are interrelated causally. Therefore, experience related variables could be the antecedents of satisfaction and brand attitude. The satisfaction and positive emotion could be also important factors in brand attitude toward clothing.
A Study on the Military took Expressed in Women's Fashion Design
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 119~128
The purpose of this study is to examine the military look, which is one of the most popular fashion trends in the 1996 women's fashion. Military look is that imitates or reinterprets the Army uniform which is functionally useful. After World War 1 , military look appeared in the women's fashion which is functionable tailor suits style, ankle-length skirt, pants or boiler suits for work wear, overcoat against the cold, and there was an attempt to introduce a National Standard Dress. In the middle of World War II, there was a similiar circumstance in women's military fashion. There were functionable tailor suits, knee-length skirt, pants or siren suits for work wear. And the Utility Dress was nationally recommended. In addition, the regulations were introduced to control the materials and styles used for some clothes. In the 70s, as the resistance movement as counterculture began to wear Army look which was army-uniform or army caps with 'US ARMY' logo and badges, and became very popular among the youth. In the 90s, military look has got one of the fashionable fashion themes with revival of Neo- Hippie look. Not only street fashion but also high fashion designer selected the trend for '96A/W The characteristics of the military look are khaki colors or camouflage prints, epaulets, big outpockets with flap, golden buttons and army belt. As I examined, during the World War I and ll, women wore the military look because of shortage of goods and work or service, and it was recommended by government. Though the military look in 70s, began by the resistance movement, at least it became a popular fashion. Military look in 90s, does not have inner symbolic meaning or ideology but it only represents fashion trend and revival fashion.
A Study on the Costumes of Ch'oyong Dance(I) - focus on the structure and change-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 129~143
This study is about'The Costumes of Ch'oyong dance. (namely Ch'oyong-mu-bok; 처용무복)': emphasis on its structure and change. 1 studied Akhakguebum (the book of music and dance; 낙학궤범), Eui-Gue-Do (a collection of a series of paintings showing the whole processes of the royal courtesies and ceremonies; 의궤도) and some genre painting (풍증화). 'The costumes of Ch'oyong-Dance'were composed of robe(의), pants-skirt(대) , outer-skirt (상) , scarf-string(천의·길경) , shirt(한삼) , hat with mask (사교·가면) , belt(대) and shoes (혜) . According to the position, the colours of robe(의) and pants-skirt(군) were different. What is called, it is'the Colour of Five-Position (오방색) .'The Costumes of choyong-Dance' can be divided three factors by its symbolic means; i. e. shamanism, buddhism and bureaucratism. The pants-skirt(군), outer-skirts(상), scarf · string(천의·길경) and mask are considered as shamanic factor. However, the scarf(천의) , string(길경) and patterns(만화)which are decorated with many lotus patterns enclosed with vine are considered as buddhistic factor. And the hat (사모) , robe(의) , outer-skirt(상) , belt(대) and shoes(잔) are considered as bureaucratic factor. Ch'oyong is endowed with some power by these factors, and its symbolic means became stronger and enlarged by 'the Colour of five-position'. As time goes, the forms and details of robe had been changed noticeable; sleeve-width, neck-line and patterns. The shamanic, buddhistic and bureaucratic factors are reduced. These changes were derived from the changes of Ch'oyong·Dance. On the ground of the shape of mask and round-neckline robe(단영) , someone has an opinion that Ch'oyong is an aribian. However, according to this study, Ch'oyonh is Korean traditional thing; round-neckline robe already existed and settled in Silla dynasty and Ch'oyong-mask symbolized shamanic power.
A Study on the Property of the Foot Form of Early Childhood Children from Three to Six Years old(II) - On the Classification of Foot Type -
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 144~154
For design of early childhood children's footwear, this study was to analyze the foot type by factor analysis and cluster analysis. This study was performed 200 male and 200 female early childhood children from 3 to 6 years, reported in part 1. The result was as follows : 1. There are no significant differences concerning significances, factor loading, eigenvalues, and contribution rates of factor among the results abtained by analyzing the male, female and both sexes data. 2. The 1st factor signifies the size factor that represents total foot mass. The average scores of the 1st factor significantly increase with age in both sexes, and those scores of male are significantly higher than those of female. 3. The End factor signifies the height of Tarsal, Heel and Arch. The average scores of the 2nd factor significantly increase with age in both sexes, and there are no significant differences between the average scores of male and female's except the age 3. 4. The 3rd factor signifies the shape of Metatarso-phalanx angle. The average scores of the 3rd factor significantly decrease with age in female. 5. There are four clusters selected by fastcluster in every age group. The characteristics of four clusters of every age group are different significantly.
"원씨물어"나타난 복식자료 연구
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 155~169
This paper is a study on the expression of Clothing and Textiles recorded in
. This book is a novel written by a Japanese sextant worked in the Royal Court around the year 1010. In this book, about 110 different kinds of Garments, Ornaments, Colors and Materials were mentioned. The results of this paper were as follows. 1. About the Garments 8f Ornaments ; All the Clothing and Textiles in
were reflections of the reality of that time. In the Clothing, Color, Textile and even Hair style, the Symbol of Buddism appeared. Many technical methods were developed in the garment shaping, dyeng and wearing methods. 2. About the Colors Sf Dyes; There were many kinds of Color SE Dyes described in
. This means color was developed more than other elements in that period. Among them, gray and black colors were mentioned, this means Buddist Color was fashioned in that period.
was changed from Ungan (운간) that had been origined of China and Korea. But it became one of the Japanese Costume. That have some reasons, for instance, high materials could not be imported from other countris and many people were controlled by the Taboo of clothing (금제) so they wanted the better method, such as Kasaneno-irome. Many kinds of colors'name was origined from flowers and plants. It also represented the seasons. Yurusi-iro (청색) was meaning the permitable color to the popular people. Without the head word, Deep Color' and 'Pale Color' meant those things of the purple and red. 3. About the Materials IE Patterns : The materials imported from other country, China and Korea, were good in quality, but those produced in Japan were not good. There were many kinds of dyeing method, especially Srijome (신염) was very special and nice method in that period.
Studies on Dimensional Properties of Cotton Weft-Knitted Fabrics for outerwear
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 170~181
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of knit structure and knit density (machine tightness factor) on the dimensional properties and K1-4 values of weft-knitted fabrics followed over eleven cycles of mechanical relaxation to provide the basic data for constructing weft-knitted fabrics for outwear with excellent dimensional stability The eighteenth weft-knitted fabrics were produced with different knit structure (1
1 rib, half-cardigan rib, half-milano rib, interlock, single pique, crossmiss interlock) and machine tightness factor (loose, medium, tight) for this study. Dimensional properties such as width, lengh, area shrinkage and dimensional parameter (K) of eighteenth knitted fabrics including thickness and bulk property were measured. The results were as follows; 1. The dimensional behavior of the Ix1 rib and interlock in relaxation cycles was anisotropic, i.e., length shrinkage was usually associated with a width expansion, whereas the other weft-kntted fabrics which have tuck or miss loops in the knit structure behaved isotropically, i.e., length and width shrinkages were usually found. It was proposed that the difference in dimensional behavior between these structures was due to the dissimilar nonrelaxed geometrical shapes of the individual structural units forming these weft-knitted structures. The mechanical relaxation shrinkage of weft-knitted cotton fabrics was dependent on the tightness of construction. For a range of fabrics knitted on this study, an increase in fabric tightness caused a decrease in the length shrinkage of the fabric accompanied by an increase in its width shrinkage.
A Study on Consumer Preference Factors to Domestic Versus Imported Apparel
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 182~193
The purpose of this study was to investigate the actual state of introduction and distribution of import apparel and to identify which characteristics of import apparels were different from domestic apparels by analysing consumer's evaluation attitudeto import apparels comparatively. Inaddition, by forming consumer groups who prefered import apparels and who prefered domestic apparels consumer characteristics and factors of each group were investigated. Results of this study are summarized as follows; 1. The degree of recognition of domestic or import well-known apparel brands were both high as 79.1% was to national brandcomparing with 77.0% of import brands. Average holding articles of import apparels were increasing up to 2.08 per person. 2. Consumers gave better evaluation to import apparel in all its aspects. With respects of the economic value and thepractical value, domestic apparel brands were evaluated better than import apparel brands while import apparel brands were evaluated better than domestic apparel brands with respects of design, brand image, and quality value. 3. Consumer group who has preference to import apparel has the tendency of high degree of clothing expenditure and low degree of economical behavior in clothing life st)4e and high degree of brand preferency. Futhermore, such group was not affirmative to negative effect of purchasing import goodsand open-trade policy. 4. Core factors affecting the preference to import apparel were design evaluation attitude, general reluctancy to buying imports, brand-oriented clouting life style, and degree of prossession of import apparel, as enumerated in the order of importance.
Application of Image Analysis to the Evaluation of Natural Soils
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 194~205
The typical instrumental assessment of ununiform natural soils has been carried out by yellowing of the specimens instead of the surface reflectance or the calculated formula. However, the regular instrumental area of sample holder is necessary for the measure of yellowing. Therefore, this study attempted to apply image analysis which had full color image by scanning of one time without limitation of instrumental area. The test samples were analyzed pseudo and full color image. This paper evaluated soil with hue of yellowing and gradation of gray level with color image analysis. Then, it was studied propriety of image analysis with correlation of yellowing, hue and gray level. Ultimately, the proposed image analysis in this paper was advanced method against the typical instrumental assessment.
Pore Size and Distribution of Polyester Fabrics Determined by Liquid Extraction Method
Lee, Dong-Hwa ; Yeo, Suk-Yeong ; Kim, Eun-Ae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 206~216
The purpose of this study was to determine the pore size distributions (PSDs) of polyester woven fabrics by using liquid extraction method. Three types of PSDs-percent PSD, PSD per unit area of sample and PSD per unit weight of sample-were evaluated. Plain, twill and satin polyester fabrics with various fabric counts were used as specimens. Results showed that the interyarn PSDs reflected the fabric characteristics such as the fabric count and the weave type and the intrayarn PSDs reflected the thread characteristics such as the number of fibers, the fiber diameter, the thread diameter and the thread twist. Of three types of PSDs, the PSD per unit area of sample best reflect fabric and thread characteritics. As the fabric count decreased, rc increased and interyarn pore volume increased. The PSDs were skewed to the small pore sizes and the pore volumes decreased in the order of plain> twill> satin. As the number of fibers, the fiber diameter and the thread twist decreased, the intrayarn pore volumes were increased.
A Study on Formal Process of Military Costume - Especially on Ancient Empires -
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 217~227
Costume of each age reflects its own history. Military costume is an reflections of war, social and geometrical background. Soldiers on their uniforms were at the battlefields with their lives and country on their shoulders. The main purpose of this writing is to study military costume of ancient empires in historical Point of view including especially those of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Crete, Greece, Etruria, Rome. As we will see, ancient military costume developed from earlier stages of uniforms into military costume in various ways. The types of military costume formed itself gradually but rapidly into sophisticated, useful, and excellent quality clothes. Military costume of early ancient empires signified its strength and were actual and symbolic costume that determined life and death, glory and disgrace.
A Study on the Characterization and Dyeability of Mushroom Colorant (I)- Extraction, storage and analysis of mushroom colorant-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 228~236
The browning characteristic and dyeability of the mushroom were examined to establish the optimum condition for browning and extraction in the process of obtaining the natural dye, brown colorant. The composition of browning extracts from mushroom was also analyzed and the dyeability were investigated. The results of this study are as follows, 1. The optimum condition for obtaining the browning colorant from mushroom was the crushed phase of sample. 2. The browning reaction by enzymes in mushroom was efficient at a temperature of 35
, a duratron period of 2 hr and pH of 8. 3. The optimum condition for extraction of browning extracts from browned mushroom was at 95
and Ihr. 4. To analyze the content of browning extracts in the mushroom, three fractions were obtained from gel filtration using Sephadex G-25 and the fraction 1 was melanin and the fraction 3 was dihydroxyphenylanine (DOPA) and glutaminyldihydroxybenzene (GDHB) . 5. The turbidity in enzymatic browning extraction of mushroom increased depending on refrigeration storage (4
) and UV radiation. The filtration of the extracts resulted in a decrease of absorbance. 6. The dyeability of the fraction 1 was greater compared to that of the fraction 3 and that of wool greater compared to the other two fabric materiales.
A Study of Dimensions and Related Variables on Clothing Brand Loyalty
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 21, issue 1, 1997, Pages 237~247
The purpose of this study was 1) to explain integrated clothing brand loyalty by investigating the dimensions, 2) to investigate relationships between brand loyalty and clothing importance, aesthetic aspects of clothing, modesty, status symbol of clothing and authoritarian personality, 3) to identify the effects of demographic variables on clothing brand loyalty. The subjects were 104 female living in Kyong-Ju, Korea. The data were collected using self -administered questionnaires and analyzed by factor analysis, frequency, correlation, step- wise multiple regression and ANOVA. The results showed that 1) four dimensions of clothing brand loyalty were identified through the factor analysis: continued brand loyalty, habitual brand loyalty, symbolic brand loyalty and committed brand loyalty, 2) the status symbol of clothing, aesthetic aspects of clothing, and authoritarian personality were positively related to brand loyalty. Among these, the status symbol of clothing was the most significant variable, 3) brand loyalty was not varied by demographic variables.