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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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A Study on the Layout of Master File of POS for Apparel Industry
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 451~462
This study is to investigate the current use of POS system in Korean clothing industry, so that we can make suggestions for better use of it. We interviewd companies using POS systems as well as EAN Korea which is in charge of POS data processing. As a results. we found out that standard KAN code has severe difficulties to cope with the diversity of the information which is necessary in clothing industry. Therefore we are making some suggestions to use KAN code as a recognizing code for more structured master data file for extremely diverse clothing items.
A Study on the Historicism in Modern Fashion -Through the Artworks of Vivienne Westwood and Christian Lacroix-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 463~474
The purposes of this study is to investigate the characteristics of historicism in modern fashion and to introduce the appropriate approaching and application method of costume history. As one of the characteristic of Post modernism, historicism is an important theme in modern fashion. In this study, the background and the characteristic of Post modernism is considered and the historicism in the Post modern architecture and literature is studied. Next, through the artworks of Vivienne Westwood and Christian Lacroix who are excellent in the modernization of historical costume, the historicism in modern fashion is studied. The characteristic of historicism in Post modem architecture and literature comes from the nostalgia, aspiration for the past, and recurrence to the nature. It is not the revival of the past but the crossover of the past and the present. The characteristics of historicism in modern fashion are as follows. ·form; style, silhouette, and items that are shown in the historical costume come with the mixture of modem textile, new technique, and modem design. ·Materials and patterns; classical and romantic patterns, the artwork of the artist, and the fabric which is remake of remains are used. ·Technique; Tailoring techniques and the pattern making of the historical costume are used. ·Trimmings and etc.; Lots of handworks, trimmings and accessaries in that are inspired from the past are used. These elements are not come from a certain place and time but mixed surpassing places and times. With that, not only the form and the position of wearing but the meaning and purpose of wearing are changed.
Influencing Factors of Korean Female Adolescent′s Clothing Behaviors: -Effects of Psychological Characteristics, Age and Residence-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 475~486
The purpose of this research were to identify the differences in clothing behaviors and psychological characteristics ill relation to age and residence and to identify the relative effects of Korean female adolescent's psychological characteristics on the clothing behaviors. The instruments measuring 9 psychological characteristics-adolescent egocentrism, social and general self-efficacy, public and private self-consciousness, boredom susceptibility, optimal stimulation level, body attitudes-were adapted from previous studies. Clothing behavior measurements were developed based on the pilot study results or adapted from previous studies. The data. collected from 2284 nationwide sample of Korean female adolescents(early, middle, late) was analyzed by frequency, two-way ANOVA, and LISREL confirmatory factor analysis. Clothing behavior were factor analyzed and 6 factors were identified: dressing for others. conformity to peers, clothing interest, self-expression, psychological dependence and clothing exhibition. Effects of age were dominant in 6 out of 9 psychological characteristics and five clothing behavior factors except conformity to peers. Dominant main effect of residence was found oかy in boredom susceptibility. From the results of LISREL, adolescent egocentrism, public self-consciousness and sensation seeking tendency were found to be the most influential psychological characteristics of female adolescents'clothing behaviors.
A Study on Brand Preference of Female High School Students -Focusing on Lifestyle, Advertisement Expression Forms and Brand Image-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 487~497
The purpose of this study was performed 1) to study the differences in advertisement expression and brand preference according to the lifestyle groups of high school girl students(Sports Uninterest Group, Friend Preference/Fashion Uninterest Group, Sports Preference/Horne Oriented Group. fashion Interest Group, and Confidence Group) and 2) to investigate the effects on the brand preference of adolescents of lifestyle, brand and advertisement image and advertisement expression forms. The subjects selected for the final analysis were high school girl students living in Pusan, Seoul and Taejeon, Korea. The statistics used for data analysis were factor analysis, one-way ANOVA, Duncan's multiple range test, stepwise multiple regression, frequency distribution and percentage by the SPSS program. The results of this study were as follows: 1. The preferences of advertising expression forms were significantly different among lifestyle groups: the Friend Preference/Fashion Uninterest Group preferred to sex appealing advertising expression form less than other groups. 2. The brand preferences were significantly different among lifestyle groups: the Confidence Group preferred brand less than other groups in general. 3. The brand preferences were affected by life style, brand and advertising image and preferences of advertising expression forms. And brand image influenced most significantly on the brand preferences.
The Effect of Price and Brand on the Perceived quality, Value and Purchase of Clothing
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 498~509
This study is designed to find out the effects of price on the consumers'perceived quality, value and purchase willingness of clothing in order to get the basic information that is needed in helping clothing manufacturer's strategy for merchandising promotion on price. This study was conducted by means of a questionnaire survey of university students in seoul. SAS program was used for analysis. The conclusions of this study as follow: first, with respect to the price level of clothing, consumers evaluate the perceived quality of high-price case higher than that of low-price case, and evaluate the perceived value and purchase willingness of low-price case higher than those of high-price case. Second, with respect to the brand name level of clothing, consumers evaluate the perceived quality, perceived value and purchase willingness of well-known brand case higher than those of unknown brand can. Third, the interaction between price and brand dosen't appear. Thus from this result we can know that price and brand have the same amount of effect in both single-quo case and multi-que case. Forth, with respect to the price and brand name level of clothing, there exist significant differences in perceived quality, perceived value, and brand name level. Fifth, in the study of the relationship between perceived quality and purchase willingness and the relationship between the perceived value and purchase willingness, perceived value has more effect on purchase willingness than perceived quality.
Clothing and Cultural Approach : The Importance of Qualitative Method
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 510~520
Despite the important of qualitative research method, little is used to understand dress and culture in Korea. This study proposed qualitative research method to understand deeply cultural aspects of dress. The articles which were selected from J. of Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, The Korean Society of Costume, Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, Home Economics Research Journal, published master's thesis and doctoral dissertation, and interdisciplinary articles were analyzed from 1977～1999. Based on results of the analysis of articles, it was found that qualitative research method was appropriate to understand dress and culture. Many articles were dealt with non-western culture. However, the use of qualitative research method is very well suited to help the researcher understand concepts that are deeply embedded in western culture. Implications pertain to researcher in the area of human behavior and marketing. The importance of dependability and credibility was discussed in qualitative research method.
Classification of Sizing System for Women′s Upper Clothes According to Body Type and Age Group
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 521~529
This paper proposed the sizing system for women's upper clothes in order to improve clothing fitness and raise the productivity. The sizing system was classified according to 5 body types and 5 age groups. The size intervals of the basic dimensions were established at regular intervals centering around their means. The size interval of stature was 8cm centering around 158cm and that of bust girth 4cm centering around 84cm and that of hip girth 4cm centering around 92cm. Frequency distribution on the size of upper clothes showed that the most frequent size were 96-96-150 in the longest-fattest type, 88-96-158 in the long-fatter type, 84-92-158 in the medium length-fat type, 84-92-166 in the Short-balanced type, and 76-88-158 and 80-88-158 in the medium length-balanced type. The number of the sizes of upper clothes, which had frequencies more than 5%, was 32 and each size was presented with waist girth, back waist length and sleeve length. The size system classified by age group had 22 cases in the early twenties, 15 cases in the late twenties, 21 cases in the early thirties, 19 cases in the late thirties, and 15 cases in the forties.
A Study on the Development of Body Measuring Tool for Tight-fit Type Clothing Construction
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 530~537
The purpose of this study is to develop the measuring tool that can grasp the relationship between body and pattern, the result can be directly digitalized and developed as the pattern as body form is. There are 6 measurements; 1) the width of front and rear neck 2) the slant degree of shoulder 3) the degree of protrusion of breasts and scapulae 4) the separation of front and rear board 5) space between body and clothes 6) vertical strand in the clothes Developed measuring tool is handy in un. in which points of body to be measured are small, and it has the capability of designing the high fitness for body. The measurer developed through this study is named as
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respectively by our team. The result of this study is thought to make a great contribution to solving the various problems which can be derived in the time of pattern design because of the difference of physical forms in the same size as well as the difference between the factor of size and that of form in body.
A Study on Eclectic Trend Expressed in the late 20th Century′s Fashion -with the main point of Andy Warhol′s Look-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 538~548
A study analyzes the eclectic trend shown in Andy Warhol look to explain the pluralistic aspect which is expressed in the late 20th century's fashion. Eclecticism is a trial to dismantle the barriers between pure art and popular art, high culture and low culture. This pursues harmonious accommodation and coexistence of all areas without being confined in the conventional lofty taste or high art. This thesis studies the characteristic aspects of the eclectic trend by classifying this trend into sell culture, mass media and fashion around the Andy Warhol look. The sexual eclectic trend in Warhol look is bisexual one shown in clubland and the world of modeling and supplies fashion with abundant expression and ambiguity. Warhol established cultural eclecticism by compounding high cultural factors and low cultural factors. broke up the boundary between street fashion and high fashion and escaped from the fixed idea on materials and design. Also he generalized and democratized specialty or nobility conventional paintings had possessed through introducing repetition and mediocrity and fully utilized every kind of mass media, Hollywood movie stars and daily necessaries in producing works. Andy Warhol who asserted‘Business Art’that was the mixed form of artistry and commercialism had creative and futuristic taste and proposed the direction to develop current fashion and art where the concept of economy is importantly brought into relief.
Clothing Importance Perception and Clothing Involvement: in Relation to Value, Fashion Opinion Leadership and Shopping Behavior
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 549~559
In a few studies about product involvement there was confusion in the construct of involvement especially in association with importance. Due to the confusion of the construct unanticipated and inconsistent results were reported in some cases. So this study was mainly to identify the relationship between clothing importance and clothing involvement and also investigated the casual relationships among consumers n, value, clothing importance, clothing involvement fashion opinion leadership, and shopping behavior. The data were collected from 429 female adults using questionnaire, and were analysed with actor and path analysis. Results can be summarized as follows. First, clothing importance was the separate concept from clothing involvement, though they were closely related. Second. it was revealed that the main casual path was valuerlongrightarrowclothing importancelongrightarrowclothing involvementlongrightarrowfashion opinion leadership, shopping preference, shopping frequency, and shopping time. On the whole, the affective dimension of clothing involvement mainly affected them, and consumer's age negatively affected fashion opinion leadership and shopping behavior.
Segmentation of the Cosmeceuticals Market : Based on Consumer Usage Behavior
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 560~570
The purposes of this study were to segment the cosmeceuticals market based on consumer usage behavior and to develop a profile of each segment using appearance-related variables, purchase attributes, purchase behavior and demographics. A total of 518 responses collected from a questionnaire survey to female consumers was analyzed. Cluster analysis on usage behavior of cosmeceutical products identified three groups including: Anti-aging/Whitening/Slimming product users (22% ); Pore-control product users(20%); and Minimum users(57%). MANOVA, ANOVA and Chi-square analysis revealed significant differences among the three groups on 2 appearance-related variables, 3 purchase attribute factors, 4 purchase behaviors, and 2 demographic characteristics. Based on the results, the study developed a profile of each segment and provided marketing implications.
Patronage Orientations of Service Facilities and Clothing Purchase Behaviors: A Typology of Department Store Customer Segments
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 571~582
The purposes of this study were to segment department store customers based on patronage orientations of service facilities in a department store and to develop a profile of each segment using store visit behaviors, clothing purchase behaviors and demographics. A total of 453 responses collected from an on-site questionnaire survey to female department store customers was analyzed. Cluster analysis on patronage orientations of department store service facilities identified four groups including: Active patrons(27.3%); Comparison patrons(27.6%); Convenience seekers(27.3%); and Minimum patrons(17.8%). ANOVA and
analyses revealed significant differences among the four groups on store visit behaviors(the extent of store visits and the extent of service facility visits), clothing purchase behaviors(6 store choice criteria and the extent of clothing purchase), and 5 demographic characteristics. The study developed a profile of each segment and provided marketing implications.
Profiling American Television Home Shoppers
Lee, Seung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 583~593
A Study of the Changes in the Wedding Costume for Pyebaek during 20th Century
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 594~604
This study aims to investigate the changes in the Wedding costume for Paebak(Hyunkugorye) in Westernizing Korean society of the twentieth century. For this study, I analyzed the related literature for the first half of the twentieth century due to the lack of relevant photographs, while I used the method of content analysis of 116 photographs for the second half of the twentieth century. It is obvious that bridegroom and bride wore the same clothes for Hyunkugorye and the formal wedding ceremony in the early twentieth century. According to the analysis of photographs, wonsam was rather more widely used than hwalot as the bride's wedding costume in the late twentieth century. But there were many changes starting from the early 1970s. The changes were deviated from the traditional style and became more decorative and somewhat crude: that is, people began to embroider wonsam and the piping was added to the collar of danryung. All these changes resulted from the pursuit of commercial interests with the misunderstanding of and the indifference to traditional beauty, while Korean society had experienced the Japanese rule of Korea, the Korean War and the industrialization during the 1960s and 1970s. Therefore, to establish appropriate wedding culture and costume in Korea, it is important to educate people who get involved in wedding business for traditional wedding culture and clothes, because nowadays . most of bridegrooms and brides borrow ceremonial costume for Hyunkugorye.
Sound Characteristics and Hand of Fabrics for Blouse
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 24, issue 4, 2000, Pages 605~615
This study was carried out to investigate sound characteristics including sound parameters and subjective sensation, and primary hand values related with sound of fabrics for blouse, and furthermore to predict subjective sound sensation with mechanical properties and sound parameters. Sound of specimens was analyzed by FFT. Level pressure of total sound(LPT), loudness(Z), coefficients of autoregressive(AR) functions for fitting the spectra, and sound color factors(ΔL and Δf) were obtained as sound parameters. Primary hand values for women's thin dress were calculated by using KES-FB. Subjective sensation for sound including softness, loudness, sharpness, clearness, roughness, highness, and pleasantness was evaluated by free modulus magnitude estimation. The results were as follows; 1. Fabrics for blouse showed similar spectral shapes to one another in that amplitude values were lower in most ranges of frequencies than fabrics for other uses. 2. It was found that fabrics for blouse were less louder because LPT, loudness(Z), and ARC values were lower than other fabrics. 3. Primary hand values indicated that specimens were soft-touched, flexible, and less crisp. Among primary hands related with sound, Shari values were higher for silk fabrics than for synthetic ones, while the values for Kishimi were similar, 4. Fabrics for blouse were rated more highly for softness, clearness, and pleasantness than for loudness, sharpness. roughness, and highness. Silk fabrics were evaluated more pleasant than synthetic fabrics. 5. Subjective sensation for sound of blouse fabrics were predicted with mechanical properties and physical sound parameters.