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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 23, Issue 8 - Nov 1999
Volume 23, Issue 7 - Sep 1999
Volume 23, Issue 6 - Aug 1999
Volume 23, Issue 5 - Jul 1999
Volume 23, Issue 4 - May 1999
Volume 23, Issue 3 - Mar 1999
Volume 23, Issue 2 - Feb 1999
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Jan 1999
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A Study on the Culture of Clothing of Subgroups among Adolescents by Residence
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 623~634
The purpose of this study is to explore the culture of clothing of subgroups among adolescents by residence. In this research informants were selected by selective sampling and ethnographic methods such as field work depth interviews and open-ended descriptions were employed to interpret their culture of clothing. The results were followed. First our adolescents enjoyed the popular song as leisure and these popular culture was their inspiration source of style. Second adolescents were grouping the Kang-Bouk and the adolescents group preferred the style of popular singers and the Kang-Nam adolescents group preferred the musical competence of singers and specific type particularly Hip-Hop style. And in acception pattern of fashion style the Kang-Bouk groups accepted the recent fashion style continuously and wanted to be striking while the Kang-Nam groups accepted the various Hip-Hop styles and sought to comfort and suitability of that style. Third to consider the connotations of marketing the Kan-Bouk groups shopped on the street perceived as fashionable among peer groups and sought to the lower price but the Kang-Nam groups used the shops selling their original ip-Hop style without regard to the price and sites. Although there existed a two years' difference between the first and the second research(1996-1998) subgroups among adolescents according to the residence have had their own culture of clothing constantly. And a segmentation tendency by clothing behavior within the same adolescent generation is revealed more visibly.
A study on the visual sensibility of brassiere design(Part I)
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 635~644
The purpose of this study is to investigate the visual sensibilities of brassiere design. Brassieres were divided into three types according to connection of a cup and a strap. In each type Lace was used where the part of the cup divided by lines which were constructed such as a mold horizontal a vertical a mixed and an oblique design. As a result 39 brassieres were obtained. The experiment has been done for the 39 brassieres with 17 semantic differential bi-polar scales. The subjects were 60 female students majoring in clothing and textiles, The data was analyzed using the statistical SPSS package. The major findings of this research were as follows. 1. As a results of the factor analysis, 3 factors(Attractiveness Appearance. Cuteness) were found to be constructing factors for brassiere image. 2. There were significant differences in the visual evaluation of brassiere design especially in the change of lace. 3. As a result of the regression analysis the images affecting preferences were pretty fascinating natural appropriate sexy and clean.
Comparision of the level of Quick Response elements between adopters and nonadopters
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 645~653
A first study of designing Practical Korean costume according to the structure of consciousness and taste
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 654~666
Korean Costume has long history and functional aesthetic value compared with the traditional costume of other contries. But nowadays korean Costume is becoming more and more distant from the people in the world wide current. To domiciliate and spread out the Practical Korean Costume which the goverment selected as CI symbol representing Korean culture in the trend of times. We investigated and analysed systemically the consciousness of customers and the details of design. This study consist of theoritical study and positive study. Theoritical study has the esthetic characteristic(structure characteristics formative characteristic and the characteristic of color) As the conciousness of people change in modern life which everything change in high speed the esthetic characteristics of Korean Costume have changed in structure.
Study on skin cold spot distributions of Korean adult
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 667~671
The purpose of this study was to determine the number of skin cold receptor in Korean adult as a part of the study to investigate thermal physiological characteristics of Korean. For this 10 healthy subjects were placed in a climatic chamber and received cold stimulation of 1
on skin surface of each measuring site with a thermo-stimulator. As a result of cold spot measurement we found 23 points/cm2 at face 13. points/cm2 at chest 16 points/cm2 at abdomen 11 points/cm2 at back 14 points/cm2 at upper arm 16 points/cm2 at forearm 18 points/cm2 at back of the hand 15 points/cm2 at thigh 8 points/cm2 at leg 12 points/cm2 at dorsum of foot 8 points/cm2 at sole of foot in male subjects and in female subjects we fund 18 points/cm2 at face 13 points/cm2 at forearm 11 points/cm2 at at back of the hand 8 points/cm2 at palm 9 points/cm2 at thigh 6 points/cm2 at leg 8 points/cm2 at dorsum of foot 2 points/cm2 at sole of foot. The distributions of cold spots varied in different regions of the body surface and was exceptionally dense in the facial skin. There were some differences among other researchers' results but the cause of those differences are not yet known those are due to individual or methodological difference.
Relationships among the Consumer's Sensation Seeking Tendency, Needs of Clothing Purchase and Clothing Purchase Behavior
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 672~683
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship among the consumer's sensation seeking tendency needs of clothing purchase and clothing purchase behavior. The date were obtained from 461 female university students career women and housewives using questionnaire. Consumers were classified into low and high sensation seeking tendency groups. These two groups showed partially significant difference in the needs of clothing purchase. Consumers with higher sensation seeking tendency had higher tendency of impulse buying. And they were likely to show the pleasure dimension of needs of clothing purchase and the pleasure seeking and the time seeking factors of shopping behavior Also they had higher purchase frequency of clothing than those who had lower sensation seeking tendency. Consumers with lower sensation seeking tendency placed more importance on the utilitarian dimension of the needs of clothing purchase and the price and quality of products in shopping.
The Preferred Style of Bicycle Apparel in Korea and the United States
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 684~693
EMI shielding Effectiveness and the Physical Properties of Commercial EMI shielding Fabrics
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 694~702
By using commercial available electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding fabrics, EMI shielding effectiveness(SE) and the physical properties were investigated. Thirteen specimens were chosen six fabrics were non-electrolytic plated with Cu, six plated with Cu+Ni and one plated with Ni, SE was measured by RF Impedance Analyzer HP4291A(Hewlett Co, Ltd)at the frequency of 100MHz-1.8GHz. The results showed that the commercial EMI shielding fabrics provided SE values over 30dB at the frequency of 100MHz-1.8GHz. Fabrics plated with Cu showed more effective shielding than those plated with Ni. The thickness of coating and fabric count were also influential factors on SE. Tensile properties were acceptable for lining fabrics but water vapor transport properties indicated that the better treatment condition were suggested to improve comfort properties.
The Impression of on Korean Catholic Priest's Ritual Dress
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 703~714
The purpose of the present study was to identify the effect of ritual dress on korean catholic priest's impression. The subject consisted of 415 undergraduated students. The experimental materials developed for this study were 3 type color photographs stimuli of catholic priest model and 7-point sementic differential scale composed of 49 bipolar adjectives representing personal traits. The data were analyzed by factor analysis. the major findings drawn from this study were as follows : Four factors emerged to account for the dimentional structure of the impression of each dress style. Four factors were titled as open-hearted mind symbolic meaning nature of priest potency. The open-hearted mind factor was the largest throughout the 3types ritual dress. Casula had a positive effect on open-hearted mind nature of prist and negative on symbolic meaning potency. Sutan had a positive effect on open-hearted mind potency nature of priest and negative on symbolic meaning. Black suit with roman collar had a positive effect on open-hearted mind symbolic meaning nature of prist and negative on potency, Therefore the ritual dress had significant effect on korean catholic priest' impressin of open-hearted mind symbolic meaning nature of prist activity and potency
A Study on Socially Responsible Clothing Acquisition Behavior respond to Altruistic and Economic Incentives toward Recycling of Clothing(Part II)
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 715~725
The purpose of this study is to understand the Korean consumers' socially responsible clothing acquisition behavior respond to altruistic and economic incentives toward recycling of clothing and the relations between demographic variables and acquisition behavior. Data were collected from the adult females residing in Seoul. Judgement Sampling were performed twice and total 549 sets of answers were used for final analysis. The results are as follows : First the consumers of favoring altruistic and economic incentive prefer to acquire clothing with free cost and the consumers favoring altruistic incentive tend to acquire clothing through unknown persons,. Second the analysis of relationship between the attitude toward recycling incentives and the demographic variables shows that the consumers with relatively higher education have strong will for recycling by altruistic incentive. Third the analysis of relationship between acquisition behavior and the demographic variables shows that consumers with relatively lower education normally acquire clothing from unknown persons and from acquaintance. In addition married persons tend to acquire clothing at free of cost.
A Study of Factors Influencing on Skin Temperature
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 726~736
The purpose of this study was to obtain the basal information for standard amount of clothing weight indoor climate and working condition with investigating seasonal changes of skin temperature and factors influencing on that in Koreans. Forty eight subjects in 5 age groups(6-11, 12-19, 20-44, 45-64, 65-76 years old) with both sexs were measured skin temperature indoor climate clothing microclimate clothing weight and skinfold thickness in neutral condition in each month throughout the year. The results obtained are summarized as follows : 1. Indoor climate koreans felt comfortable ranged 18.1-28.7
and 51-74%RH. 2. Temperature inside the clothing ranged 30.8-32.3
in males and 31.0-32.5
in females. There was a significant difference in temperature inside the clothing among age groups : That of 6019 age group was slightly higher than that at 45-76 age group. 3. Total clothing weight changed with season and increased in order of summer autumn spring and winter Total clothing weight of 65-76 age group was significantly greater on January and February. Breast skinfold thickness showed the smallest value in summer and the largest value in winter year. In addition to breast and abdomen skinfold thickness were larger in 45-67 age group while thigh skinfold thickness was larger in 6-19 age group. Skinfold thickness in females showed the smallest value in spring summer and the largest value in autumn and winter. In addition to triceps and suprailliac skinfold thickness were larger in 45-64 age group while thigh skinfold thickness was larger in 12-19 age goup. 5. Temperature of the lower limbs(hand, thigh. leg, and foot) showed significant correlation with the indoor temperature humidity inside clothing and total clothing weight. Temperature of the torso(breast and abdomen) showed significant correlation with the temperature inside clothing in all subjects. Abdomen skinfold thickness of all age group in male showed significant correlation with the abdomen skin temperature. triceps suprailliac and thigh skinfold thickness of 6-11 age group in female showed significant correation the upperarm abdomen and thigh skin temperature. Consequently clothing mdicroclimate total clothing weight and skinfold thickness showed significant difference in season sex and ages and had a slight effect on skin temperature.
Changes of Knitted Underwear by Repeated Launderings
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 737~744
Underwear made of plain and 1
1 rib-knit cotton fabric were laundered to evaluate the change of the size and the tensile properties. For laundering pulsator and drum washers were used. After 30 washing cycles the amount of shrinkage and the extension were different with washer types. Underwear laundered by the drum type was shrunken in the neck line armhole line and hem line were extended and the bodice width and side length were shrunken,. Tensile strength of the knitted fabric was not decreased through repeated washings because the fabric density was increased. But it was confirmed by SEM that the surface of the fiber was damaged by washings.
The Characteristics of Clothing Consumption Expenditures by the Business Cycles in Korea
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 745~756
The purpose of this study is to investigate the characteristics of the clothing consumption expenditures by the business cycles in Korea during the period of first quarter of 1979 to second quarter of 1998. Business cycles were examined using data GNP from the National Accounts published by the Bank of Korea and clothing expenditures from the monthly statistics of Korea published by the National Statistical Office of Korea. Data were analyzed by regression analysis standard deviation sample cross-correlation coefficient and skewness statistics. The main results are as follows. 1. During the period of 1979.I-1998.II GNP and per-person consumption expenditures for clothing and shoes have continuously increased except during 1980 and the recent depression of the national economy. Clothing expenditures dropped severely during the two recent depression of the national economy. Clothing expenditure dropped severely during the two depression periods. Clothing expenditures were the highest in the fourth quarter and the lowest in the third quarter of the year. 2. According to the results of the regression analysis the business cycles had a significant influence on the clothing expenditures. the volatility of the clothing expenditure was 2.60 times higher than that of the business cycles. 3. Clothing expenditures displayed procyclical fluctuation and coincident movement to the business cycles. Also clothing expenditures showed an unsymmetric behavior over the expansion phases and contraction phases of the business cycles. That is the clothing expenditures increased slowly in the expansion phases and decreased quickly and severely in the contraction phases of the business cycles.
A Study on the Burn-out Printing of Cellulose-blend Velvet
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 23, issue 5, 1999, Pages 757~763
The burn-out technique is used to result in the velvet cloth being patterned in open and solid areas by carbonize the cellulose fiber. It is examined how to burn out the cellulose part of the velvet without damage of the other part. The print paste indalca solution is mixed with sodium hydrogensulfate and lycerine and then screen-printed on the back side of the velvet. The effects of process conditions such as concentration of sodium hydrogensulfate dry heat fixation temperature and time pull no. and glycerine contents on the properties of ground farics were investigated. The yellowness index and the breaking load of silk ground fabrics afected by the process conditions especially concentration of sodium hydrogensulfate dry heat fixation temperature.