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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 25, Issue 9 - Dec 2001
Volume 25, Issue 10 - Dec 2001
Volume 25, Issue 8 - Oct 2001
Volume 25, Issue 7 - Sep 2001
Volume 25, Issue 6 - Aug 2001
Volume 25, Issue 5 - Jul 2001
Volume 25, Issue 4 - May 2001
Volume 25, Issue 3 - Mar 2001
Volume 25, Issue 2 - Feb 2001
Volume 25, Issue 1 - Jan 2001
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The Study of Self-image and Shopping Orientation by Female's
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1367~1377
Cousumers developed self-image through clothing symbolic product for reveal one’self image. When consumers select particular brand of various brand in the market that congruent with one’self image. They have to continue image. In this purpose, the research model was constituted and the questionnaire was made, reviewing preceding studies on self-image, shopping orientation. As for the method of the research, 635 female consumers were the object for the data of this research. The major results of this were as follows: 1. The factor or real self-image was composed of four factors: the refined and deluxe image, casual and simple image, decorous and dressy image, quiet and feminine image. 2. The consumer with real self-image were classified three groups: the group of feminine and dressy image 288 persons, the group of casual image 167 persons and poor image 171 persons. In the consumer’s classified real purchasing brand-image the group of feminine and dressy image was given higher score at feminine and refined and deluxe image, the group of casual image was given higher score at casual and active. 3. The factor of shopping orientation was composed of four factors: pleasant, planned, loyal, recreational shopping orientation. The group of feminine and dressy image was given higher score at pleasant and planned shopping orientation, the group of casual image was given lower score loyal and confident shopping orientation than the other group.
Design Development for Activation of Women s Hanbok
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1378~1385
Textile The purpose of this research is to develop the design for activation of women s hanbok focused on functionality and convenience as well as on keeping the traditional beauty, and then to produce them. As a result of these explorations, I have reached conclusions as follows. first, the transformation of jackets and skirts are mainly limited to partial change in elements of the dress design-width and length of a jacket string and the upper strip on the outside of a jacket, change in width, and granting of symbolic meaning. Second, aesthetic features and formative beauty of traditional hanbok that the harmonization of mainstream colors and highlighting colors and curved silhouettes evoke were mental by products created as our people wished to become friendly to and to harmonize with nature. Third, grounded upon study of lines form and survey on brands, I have developed designs that maintain hanbok’superiority and at the same time incorporate functionality and convenience to fit modern life. I believe that the outcome of these of these explorations will contribute greatly to carrying the traditional beauty of Korean dresses to the maximun, and to developing and popularizing functional and practical living-fitted Korean dresses.
A study on Somatotype Classification of the Early Middle-Aged Women
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1386~1397
The purpose of this study was to classify and analyze the somatotype of early middle-aged women and to provide its total data for clothing construction, and to improve clothing culture. The subjects were 277 early middle-aged women between 35 and 44 years old. Data were collected through anthropometry and photometry and analyzed by factor analysis, cluster analysis and discriminant analysis. The results were as follows; 1. The result of factor analysis indicated that 10 factors were extracted through factor analysis and those factors comprised 86.13 percent of total variance. 2. Using factor scores, cluster analysis was carried out and the subject were classified into 4 cluster. Type 1 is tall, slim, and X type in front. Type 2 is standard height and weight, short upper body, and hip-protruded on the side. Type 3 is standard height, thin, H type in front, back and hip are clearly protruded, and lean-back type on the side. Type 4 is standard height, fat, and long upper body. 3. According to the stepwise discriminant analysis, the 8 important iems is classifying the somatotype of early middle-aged women are as follows : bust girth, back length hip breadth-waist breadth, back protruded point depth(back)-back waist depth(back), hip tangent tilt, hip depth(back) waist dapth(back), bust depth-waist depth, and cervical hight, The correct classification rate for these items is as exact as 83.20%.
The Symbolic Meaning of Footbinding
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1398~1407
The “Changzu”(footbinding)was an old chinese traditional custom practiced during more the thousand years and was applied to only woman. It prevents young girl’s foot from growing when she is 3 to 8 years old by big toe and forcing her to were the lotus shoe called LIANXIE. In china, the feet and shoe had special symbolic meaning other than usual simple of supporting body and protecting the foot, they are symoblic aspects of implication interal new meaning. In this study was investigate the internal meaning symbolized by Changzu from various perspectives such as religious, aesthetic, and group unconsicous aspects. In conclusion, the Changzu is a symbol that representing a dilemma which on one hand women would like to attract man physically while on other hand woman should be chaste and modest morally. And aiso it is group image representing groups unconsicous desire to preserving the artificial identity bestowed upon Chines woman by Chines man.
Effect of Fabric Structural Characteristics on the Image and Sensibilities
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1408~1419
The purpose of this study was to investigate the fashion trends of last three years and how the trends were imaged by the structural characteristics of the fabrics. The characteristics for 897 fabrics were analyzed from four kinds. eleven volumes of fashion trend magazines. From these magazines, three panels categorized by their frequencies as nine images such as natural, innocent, ethnic, childish, casual, classic, modern and technical, Sub-images of each image such as rustic, irregular, decorative, etc were also categorized. For the each image, fiber contents and structural characteristics of weave type, weight, density, yarn size, twist and fabric finishes were investigated in terms of frequency, range and mean, Results showed that chiffon and organza seemed to have very specific images and used to represent specifically the romantic or ethnic images; whereas voile and jersey was used to represent various images. For S/S seasons, most popular fiber type was cotton. The weave type was not the important factor to give variations in images; plan weave exclusively used irrespective of image. For the romantic, ethnic and innocent images, rather light fabrics were used. For the childish and natural, medium weights, and for the technical, modern and classic images heavy weight fabrics were used. Vaious finishes were employed to represent specific images.
A Study on the Young Aged Womens Lower Body Types-correspondence Lower Body Types by Direct Measurements with Side and Back View Types from Waistline to Gluteal Furrow Line-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1420~1431
This research was done to classify lower body types by direct measurements, side and back view types from waistline to gluteal furrow line individually, and to analyze correspondence these lower body types with side and back view types from waistline to gluteal furrow line. The subjects of this study were 191 female college students from 18 to 25 years old residing in Pusan urban area. Type 1(long and slim) of lower body types by direct measurements was correspond with Type 1(slim curve) and Type 4(slim and protrusive hip) of side view and Type 3(wide and curve) and Type 4(trapezoid shape) of back view. Type 2(short and thick) of lower body types was correspond with Type 3(thick and droopy hip) of side view and Type 1(wide and straight) of back view. Type 3(short and slim) of lower body types was correspond with Type 2(slim and flat hip) of side view and Type 2(narrow and curve) of back view.
A Study on the Wearing Effect and Wearing Comfort of Brassiere on the Market
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1432~1443
The purpose of this study is to offer basic data to manufacture superior brassiere, by finding out wearing effect and wearing comfort after select high-functional brassiere and usual brassiere of brassiere on the market, and by analyzing the features of superior brassiere in wearing effect and comfort. The results of this research are as follows; 1) As a result of testing the wearing effect when wear a brassiere, the revision effect of high-functional brassiere was higher than that of usual one. But, from questions on general comfortable feeling. the wearing comfort of usual brassiere was higher in comparison with high-functional brassiere. In the questions for comparison and evaluation, the frequency of hard type-functional brassiere was highest. 2) As a result of examining the wearing effect and comfort of brassiere by each type, the wearing effect of high-functional brassiere was excellent. because of the difference in the size, construction, and material of brassiere, and the wearing comfort of hard type high-functional brassiere were superior relatively.
Effect on Nonionic Surfactant Solutions on Wetting and Absorbancy of Cotton Fabrics
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1444~1452
Textile materials are frequently in contact with surfactant solutions during their manufacturing or finishing processes as well as cleaning processes in use. Liquid wetting, wicking and absorbency of textile materials, and the liquid properties, surface characteristics and pore geometry of textile materials, and the liquie-solid interactions, In this paper, 10 different nonionic surfactants, including Span 20, Twen 20, 40, 60, 80, 21, 61, 81, 65, 85, were used. The surfactants were characterized by their hydrophile-lipophile-balance (HLB) values, structures, and surface tensions. The 0.1g/dL and 1.0g/dL surfactant solutions, which were both above critical micelle concentration (CMC), were used to see the concentration effects on the wetting and absorbency of cotton fabrics. The wetting behavior and liquid retention properties of hydrophobic cotton fabrics with different nonionic surfactant solutions are reported. The contact angles are greatly decreased and the water retention values are greatly increased by adding most of the surfactants studied into the system. The extents of this effects are influenced by the characteristics of surfactants and its solutions. Hydrophilic surfactants which have low number of carbon atoms or unsaturated hydrophobe structures are more effective in improving the wetting and absorbancy of hydrophobic cotton fabrics. The water retention of hydrophobic cotton fabrics has positive relations with
, adhesion tension and work of adhesion. The 1.0g/dL surfactant solutions show similar, but slightly improved wetting and absorbency characteristics of hydrophobic cotton fabrics compared to the 0.1g/dL surfactant solutions.
Current Status of the Display of Traditional Costumes in Museums and Visitors Needs
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1453~1464
The first objective of this study was to investigate the current status of the display of traditional costumes by observing museums in Seoul ; the National Folk Museum and the Royal Museum. The second objective was to investigate the satisfaction and need of their visitors by a survey method. To collect the data, several observations were made by the author, interviews were conducted to the students whose major is related to clothing and a survey using questionaires was conducted to the consumers who visited the museum in the fall of 2000. To analyze the data, both qualitative and quantitative methods were utilized. The major results were as follows; Two museums were differentiated in the contents of display, but some of costumes displayed were overlapped. In both museums, there were few visual explanations. The visitors were highly interested in the costume display in the museum. The most dissatisfactory area was the way and contents of costume explanation. The preferred contents, method, explanation and environment of the display of traditional costumes were partially different according to visitors’, characteristics. The reforming of the display of costumes reflecting the results will increase the visitors’satisfaction and therefore strengthen the competitiveness of the museums.
Effect of Electrolyte on the Adhesion of Particulate Soil to Fabric in the Surfactant Solution-Adhesion of -
Particles to PET Fabric-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1465~1474
The dispersion stability of particles and the adsorption of surfactant were examined as a fundamental environment to adhesion of particulate soil to fabric. The adsorption of surfactant on the PEF fabrics decreased with the addition of electrolytes and decreased with increasing the ionic strengths showed similar tendency to PET fabric. And the dispersion force of
particles decreased with the addition of electrolyte. The adhesion of particulate soil to fabric, increased with decreasing the adsorption of surfactant the correlation between the two was high at low ionic strength. The correlation between the adsorption of surfactants on
particles and the adhesion of particles to fabric was smaller as shown in the correlation between the adsorption of surfactants on fiber substrate and the adhesion of particles on fabric. However, the correlation between the adhesion of particles to fabric and the stability of particle dispersion was relatively more significant.
Evaluation of Physiological Responses and Subjective Sensation in Different Sock Materials
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1475~1483
The purpose of this study was to determine the physiological responses and subjective sensation according to fiber content of socks. Six female students participated in the wear trial test which was conducted in controled environmental chamber with 26
3%. R.H.SAS program was used for statistical analysis. The results of this study were as follows. Mean skin temperature was significantly different among three different socks. AWNP socks had the highest mean skin temperature and instep temperature. Also relative humidity in the microclimate of socks as well as heart rate were influenced by fiber content of socks, However, test of subjective sensation such as thermal, humid, comfort sensation showed that there was no significant difference among three different socks thermal sensation during the exercise and recovery period.
The Study on the Mordanting and Dyeing Properties of Polygenetic Natural Dyes (Part 1)-Lithodpermum officinale-
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1484~1492
For the purpose of standardization and practicability of dyeing by natural dye, the mordanting and dyeing properties of Lithodpermum officinale were studied. Appropriate extraction, dveing and mordanting conditions of Lithodpermum officinale were determined, and the effect of mordanting no dye uptake and color fastness of dyed fabric was investigated. The maximum absorbances of Lithopermum officinale solution were at 521 and 561 mn, shikonin solution were 517 and 556 mn. According to the UV-VIS spectroscopy of shikonin solution showed batho chromic shift with the increase of temperature and the absorbance of shikonin solution increased with the increase of temperature. The color of Lithodpermum officinale solution was affected by pH 8∼9, they became dark, reduced reddish and bluish. The optimum conditions for extraction from Lithodpermum officinale were at 80
and for 1 hour and at 25
for 24 hours. And effective dyeing conditions with silk fabric were temperature at 80∼100
and period for 60min. K/S value and color fastness of dyed fabrics were increased by mordanting treatment. In the case of Lithodpermum officinale light fastness was better than Sophora japonica, Gaesalpinia Sappan, Rhusjara,. Cochineal dyeing fabrics. Perspiration fastness of Lithodpermum officinale were good. Fastness of abrasion and dry-cleaning were good these fastness improvement were generatlly effected by post-mordanting treatment.
Dyeing properties of Gardenia on Han Jee
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1493~1499
This paper investigated the dyeabiltiy and surface color of Han Jee dyed with Gardenia extract after mordanted with mordants under the various dyeing conditions. The results obtained were as follows 1) λmax of the dyeing Han Jee dyed with Gardenia appeared at 660 and 710nm. 2)K/s value of dyeing Han Jee was increased when dyeing condition, temperature, time was higher. 3) Surface color of Han Jee with mordants changed differently according to the mordants used : 3.2Y by Aluminum acetate, 2.0GY by Copper sulfate, 9.5YR by Iron sulfate. 3.4Y by Tin chloride, and 4.5Y by non-mordanting.
A Study on Types of Behavior and Satisfaction Level on the Information on Internet Fashion Web Sites
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1500~1511
The purpose of this study were (1) to analyze the current fashion web-sites on the internet, which were increasing rapidly in number, (2) to find out the users purchase experiences of fashion products at internet shopping malls and satisfaction level on the information provided by the fashion sites. The questionnaire was administered to 332 women & men and data were analyzed by frequency, mean, standard deviation, factor analysis, reliability analysis, ANOVA and t-test. The results of this study were as follows. The factors on the satisfaction of information fashion web-sites categorized as 5 areas: Economy
Interests, Up-to dateness
Specialization, and Reliability
Precision. On the factor of Economy
Convenience, the users who had more frequent access and who were in their 20’s expressed the higher level satisfaction. On the factor of Aesthetics
Recreation, the users who had longer periods of time of use, who had lower level of internet shopping mall involvement, and students appeared to be more satisfied. On the factor of Variety
Interests, the users marking higher level of satisfaction were those who had higher frequency of uses, who had shorter period of time of use, who had lower level of internet shopping mall involvement and were students. On the factor of Up-to-dateness
Specialization, higher level of satisfaction was shown among the users who had shorter period of time of use, who had higher frequency of uses, who were in their 20’s and who were students. There was no significant differences according to Reliability & Precision factor.
The Effect of Consumer’s Switching Barrier Perception on Store Loyalty in Apparel Product Purchasing
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1512~1523
The purposes of this study were to examine the effect of switching barrier perception on store loyalty in apparel product purchasing to classify the factors of switching barrier perception, and additionally ot identify differences of store loyalty and switching barrier perception according to demographic characteristics. The questionnaire was administered to 300 women shopped in a department store in Gwang-ju city during February 10-23, 2001. Data collected from 261 women were analyzed by using frequency, factor analysis, ANOVA, Duncan-test, regression analysis by SPSS for windows PC program. The results were as follows; 1. The consumer’s perceived switching barrier was composed of three factors; economic psychological, time factor. 2. There was significant difference in store loyalty according to consumer’s age, occupation, education level. and income. 3. There was significant differences in economic. time switching barrier perception according to consumers’age, occupation education level, and income. There was significant difference in psychological switching barrier perception according to consumers’ occupation education level, and income. 4. The swiching barrier perception significantly infulenced on the store loyalty.
A Study on the Development of Men’s Formal Pants Pattern
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 25, issue 8, 2001, Pages 1524~1535
The purpose of this study was to establish a sizing system according to size and dimension whereby manufactured pants can be classified and develop men’s formal pants pattern based on the analysis of ready-made and educational pants pattern. The first, we surveyed the sizing and the basic pants patterns of the men’s ready-made wear companies, Secondly, through the survey data of the domestic men’ready-mad clothing industry, we proposed a new sizing system. Lastly, after compared three different types of ready-mad pants manufactured according to their patterns and an additional type of pants made after the educational pattern, the new men’s basic pants pattern were developed. The findings were as follows: 1. Survey of the domestic ready-mad garment industry showed that each company classified its own manufactured goods according to its own sizing system: moreover, they each used its own unique patterns which appeared to be resulted from a combination of two factors : the experience of a patterner and foreign know-how technology. 2. New sizing system was developed with 12 steps from size 74-88 to size 96-106 based on the high frequencies of the companies’3. New basic patterns for men’s formal pants were developed: Inseam length = 80cm, crotch line = H/4+4.6cm, pants ham = 23.5cm as basic lines and front waist girth =W/4+9.1cm as drafting line. 4. the superiority of the new basic patterns were been demonstrated by a high approval rate of the subjects who participated in testing.