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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 24, Issue 8 - Nov 2000
Volume 24, Issue 7 - Sep 2000
Volume 24, Issue 6 - Aug 2000
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Jul 2000
Volume 24, Issue 4 - May 2000
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Mar 2000
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Feb 2000
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Jan 2000
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Desirable Slitted Area on Maternitywear for Easy Breast-feedings
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 141~151
Some suitable areas for slits were examined from maternitywear, including maternitybrassiers for breast-feedings. The 4 areas for slit were decided and discussed. Of the 4 slitted areas that the author decided, the responses for preferable slits were collected from both 117 pregnanted and 127 breast-feeding women through interview questions with a questionnaire. From above comprehensive backgrouns, maternitygarments and maternitybrassiers were made and worm individually prior to their evaluations for satisfaction, or dissatisfaction. Some results were obtained from our observations. A slit on center-front areas was shown to be desirable through a questionnaire with convenient feelings when maternitybrassiers were worn. In maternitygarments, a slit under breast from interview questions seemed desirable, and did to have same responses when they were worm because it was proven to be easy for breast-feedings. Our observations indicated that maternitygarments and maternitybrassiers with the similar positioning of slit were preferable and also convenient when they wore.
A Study on Clothing Behavior and Clothing Image of Out/Inner Wear According to Sex Role Stereotype
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 152~163
This study intends to analyze the sex role stereotype that could be effective variable for conduction clothing behavior and clothing image preference, to find out the relationship between sex role stereotype and out/inner wear clothing behavior and clothing image preference of women, and to provide useful information for establishing marketing strategies of out/inner wear market. A total of 628 samples were selected from adult female in Seoul. Questionnaire was used as major method of gathering data. They were analyzed by SAS package. Main result of this study were follows: 1. In the relationship between clothing behavior and clothing image preference and demographic variables, four clothing-behaviores of out wear, and comfort and aesthetics of inner wear showed significant differences according to all of the demographic variables. 2. In the relationship between sex role stereotype and clothing behavior and clothing image preference, four types of sex role stereotype were showed significant differences in comfort, modesty, aesthetics and masculine-feminine image of out wear, and masculine-feminine image of inner wear. 3. In the consistency between out wear clothing behavior and clothing image preference, and inner wear clothing behavior and clothing image preference according to sex role stereotype, all cases except one showed no significant consistency.
A Study on Clothing Adaptability to Arm Movements and the Aesthetic Evaluation According to the Armhole Depth of Bodice Pattern
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 164~172
The purpose of this study was to investigate the most appropriate arm-hole depth in 9 positions of arm movements. This subjects were four females, college students aged 18 to 23 years old. The clothing size 55 was used for this study. In the experiments for the investigation of the arm-hole depth, the evaluations were performed for aesthetic view, clothing adaptability to arm movements, and quantity of materials pulled up by 9 movements of arm. The results of this study were as follows: 1) In the aesthetic evaluation, there were no significant differences in arm-hole depths. 2) In the evaluation of clothing adaptability to arm movements, the experiment clothes, in which-arm-hole depths were raised, had more positive evaluations especially with the increasing the angle of arm movements. 3) In the evaluation of clothing adaptability to each body areas, there were no significant differences in all body areas except upper arm circumference blade. 4) In the evaluation of quantity of materials pulled up by arm movements, the clothes of B/4-2 arm-hole depth had the least amount pulled up by arm movements, which showed the highest adaptability to arm movement.
A Study on Flapper Image through the Culture and Novels in Jazz Age
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 173~184
The purposes of this study is for consideration of the flapper image through the culture and novels in Jazz Age(1919∼1929) of America. The back ground of flapper fashion was Jazz. Jazz was one of the cultural languages which expressed liveness, noise, salacity, harmony of primitivity, modernity, innocence and freedom. In processing American had gotten economic power, the Jazz Age had new mood which was combined materialism and realitism. Environmental changes of life styles and development of mass culture of modern big cities could aid the birth of modern girls, flappers. They became the main group of new consumer and mass culture in new consciousness and freedom with independence. Their characteristics are confirmed from Fitzgerald's novels, This Side of Paradise and The Great Gatsby. As the results of above, the consciousness of flapper were rebellious attitude, liberalism and actualism. The designs of flapper fashion were expressed by simplicity, functionality, nudity and rhythm. The flapper images are as follows: First, they expressed modern image as a rebellious attitude. Second, flapper had a sensual image of freedom through rhythmical and speedy expression. Third, premature image for pursuing youth could be found. Therefore the changes of culture and women's life styles are very important points for fashion studies and the connecting fashion and other fields like novels is needed also for it.
A Study on Purchase and Use of Women's Dress Shoes
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 185~191
This survey was carried out to clarify the consumers' behavior related the purchase and use of women's dress shoes. The subjects participated in this study were 386 Korean women. Their age were ranged from 18 to 86 years. The results of this study were as following; 1. The most popular women's dress shoe sizes were 235 and 240. 2. 82.6% of subjects had experienced uncomfortable fit when they wore dress shoes. 3. The subjects aged over 30 years preferred low heel shoes. They valued wearing comfort above fashion trend in shoe design consideration. 4. The subjects aged under 30 years gave more emphasis on fashion trend than comfort and fit when they purchase dress shoes. 5. Consumer's experience of unfit with dress shoes was different with age. The younger subjects complained improper bottom sole shape. The older subjects had experience of unfit with outshell design and material. The subjects aged over 60 years thought that their dress shoe design was too narrow at the toe and lack for flexiblity of shoe material.
Clothing Weight Study for the Obese Children
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 192~198
This study was conducted in autumn and winter to investigate the wearing habit of the obese children in the cold. Eighty elementary school children were volunteered as the subjects. Forty of them were selected as the obesity group(OG) and the other forty children were selected as the normal body weight group(NG). Clothing weight and motor ability of the subjects were measured and correlation of the clothing weight between the children and their mothers were investigated. Clothing weight did not show significant difference between OG and NG in autumn but in winter. In winter, boys' lower clothing weight was less while girls' upper clothing weight was less in OG than in NG. Motor ability was better in NG than OG but no correlation was found between clothing weight and motor ability in both group except for upper clothing weight in NG. There was no correlation of total clothing weight between girls and their mothers but between boys and their mothers.
Thermoregulation and Clothing Selection Behavior of the Sensitive Person to the Cold
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 199~204
This study was conducted to investigate the thermoregulatory responses and wearing behavior of the cold-sensitive men when exposed to the mild cold of 14
. Two sessions of experiment were carried out and five healthy young men for the cold-sensitive group(CSG) and four healthy young for the cold-insensitive group(CIG) participated in the study as subjects CSG maintained rectal temperature lower than CIG due to their thicker clothing resulted in larger decrease of rectal temperature. CSG maintained skin temperatures higher than CIG. CSG felt cooler than CIG but wore thicker clothing for thermal comfort and this made keep their sensation warmer. These results were discussed in terms of autonomic and behavioral temperature regulation.
Effects of Mixing Protease and Lipase on Detergency
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 205~213
This study investigated the effect of mixing protease and lipase on detergency. The detergency of protein soiled, oil soiled and protein-oil soiled cloths and the relative hydrolytic activity of enzymes were examined. The protease-lipase added detergent solution was most effective for the removal of protein in protein-oil soiled cloths. This is because the lipase removed the protein that was physically bound to oil as well as the protease removed the protein. The protease added detergent solution was second effective, the lipase added detergent solution was third effective, and the detergent solution without protease and lipase was the least effective. The protease-lipase added detergent solution was also most effective in the oil removal from protein-oil soiled cloths. Unlike in protein removal, however, the protease added detergent solution was more effective in oil removal than the lipase added detergent solution. This is because the removal of oil bound to protein by protease was more effective than the removal of oil by lipase. In soiling-washing cycles, however, the effects of lipase increased, and as a result, the detergency of protease added detergent solution and the lipase added detergent solution became similar.
Images of Korean Traditional Patterns according to Category, Interpretation Type, Composition Type, and Application Object
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 214~225
The objective of this study was to investigate images of Korean traditional patterns. The subjects consisted of 369 male and 356 female undergraduate students. The experimental materials used in this study were 48 stimuli and questionnaires, composed of 7-point semantic differential scales of 23 bipolar adjectives. Twelve motifs selected from 3 groups of Korean patterns were used as motif stimuli. Twelve repeated patterns were constructed from them to be applied on a CAD-simulated dress. The data was analyzed by factor analysis, ANOVA, Duncan's multiple range test. The major findings were as follows: 1. Four dimensions were emerged accounting for the dimensional structure of the images of Korean traditional patterns. These dimensions were 'simplicity', 'quality', 'interest', and 'modernity' dimension. Among them, 'simplicity' and 'quality' were the major dimensions. 2. Category, interpretation type, composition type, and application object of motif had significant effects on the images of above-mentioned dimensions. The application object had a significant effect on 'simplicity' and 'modernity' image, and the composition type on 'quality' and 'interest' image.
The Mutual Relation between the Chulik and The Po for Man in the Period of Chosun Dynasty
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 226~236
The mutual relation dynamics between the chulik and the Po for man in the period of chosun dynasty. The objectives of this study are to find out the mutual relation between the chulik and the Po for man-symeui, danryeong, changeui, jikryeong-, te change of chulik, and the ideas that made this change. Conclusions are decribed as followes: 1. The pattern of chulik and symeui is same, and they consist of bodice and skirt's length of the chulik was 1 : 1.3∼2 and it is effected by symeui. And symeui was effected by pratical structure of the chulik. 2. The functions of the chulik were the underwear of danryeong and the upperwear as military uniform. And then the length of chulik was shorter than danryeong in the early period of shosun dynasty. The sleeves were changed as large as danryeong in the late period of chosun dynasty. It is assumed that the changes were to be a functional underwear and to appear authority as upperwear. 3. Chulik as the underwear was hardly worm in the 17th centuries, and changeui was widely enjoyed instead of it. The reason of this change is that the pragmatism was emphasied in that period. 4. Chulik was widly worm instead of court dress, until the mid of 17th century after war. It was effected by outer factor of the war. And jikryeong was widly worm instead of chulik in the late period of chosun dynasty. It shows that military officers wanted to appear authority.
A Study on Lower Bodyshape from Classification of Obese Women
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 237~244
This study was carried out on 91 obese women who satisfied both of the conditions for obesity: over 1.6 in Rohrer index and over 90cm in bust girth. The purpose of this study was to analyze and classify the lower body of obese women and find out their respective characteristics. Twenty seven measurement items(21 direct measurement items and 6 indirect measurement items) were used for factor-analysis and cluster-analysis. In the study of lower body type, 7 factors were as a result of factor analysis and those factors were comprise 75.9% of total variance. Lower bodyshape were classified 3 types according to the cluster analysis. Type 1 was protrude of the hip, type 2 was short leg and protrude of the abdominal region and type 3 was obese of hip and long leg.
A Study on Stress, /Normative Conformity toward Clothing, and Clothing Satisfaction of High School Students
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 245~256
The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of stress, body satisfaction, academic record, and demographic variables on the normative conformity toward clothing and clothing satisfaction of high school students. The subjects were 389 high school students(boys: 169, girls: 220) in Seoul, Korea. The normative conformity toward clothing measured by the degree of wearing of unsuitable clothes for school clothing and private clothing norm of students. The school clothing was influenced by allowance, gender, stress of home life, academic record(-), mother's education(R2=.270). The private clothes was influenced by allowance, gender, stress of home life, body satisfaction, and geographical region(R2=.200). The clothing satisfaction was influenced by body satisfaction, gender, allowance, geographical region, and stress of home life(-)(R2=.325). The present findings provide that stress of home life, gender, and allowance had effect on the normative conformity toward clothing, and the higher the stress of home life, the lower the degree of clothing satisfaction.
Novelty Seeking, Fashion Innovative Behavior and Personal Influence: What Gender Tells
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 257~265
A Study on Wedding Dress Store Choice Process
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 266~276
This study was designed to examine the consumers' fashion store choice process based on the wedding dress stores, and also to find the consumers' shopping orientation and store attributes affects to store choice process. This study adapted a survey method. Each 48 wedding dress stores in Ahyun-dong and Kangnam were selected, and 325 women who got married within 2 years ago were recruited, convenient sampled as the subjects and the survey methodology was used for data collection. And convenience sampling method was used for data collection. The results of this study can be summarized as follows; First, wedding dress buyers wear classified into four subdivisions by shopping orientation; reputation-oriented group, utility-oriented group, fashion-oriented group, and time-oriented group. Second, there was significant differences in store choice type between shopping orientation group. Third, in case of important ranks on store attributes, evaluation of store attributes for each step-consideration step, visit step and choice step-was revealed to be coherent. Fourth, there was differences in important ranks among each groups. The most important attribute for all the groups was design, but reputation-oriented group raid importance to reputation of store, utility-oriented group and time-oriented group to economy, and fashion-oriented group to variety than other groups. Firth, there was no significant difference in attitude for wedding dress stores by shopping orientation groups and demographic characteristics.
The Sense of Touch of Man-made Leather
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 2, 2000, Pages 277~285
The purpose of this study was to quantify the relationship between the sense of touch and mechanical properties of man-made leather. The first was to develop the five conversion equations which convert mechanical properties of man-made leather into five factor scores, which express five factors of the sense of touch(surface property, stretchiness, thickness & weight, thermal property(warmth & coolness), and moisture property(sticky & clingy)). The second was to develop the conversion equation which converts five factor scores into score of the sense of touch. Five factor scores were predicted by the following mechanical properties; surface property factor by log2HB and (log2HB)2, stretchiness factor by logEM, thickness & weight factor by logT, log2HB, logW, thermal property factor by logT, logHB, logSMd, and moisture property factor by logMMD, RC, RC2, (logEM)2, RT2. Subsequently, these five factor scores were converted into score of the sense of touch. The predictive abilities of the developed equations were satisfied.