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Volume 27, Issue 12 - Dec 2003
Volume 27, Issue 11 - Nov 2003
Volume 27, Issue 9_10 - Sep 2003
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The Effect of Clothing Involvement and Internet Usage on Internet Shopping Attitude and Internet Purchase of Clothing Products
Hwang, Jin Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 117~117
A Comparative Analysis of Fashion Marketing Education between Korea and USA(Part II)
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 169~176
This empirical research aimed to identify and compare key success factors in fashion marketing education in Korea as well as those in U.S.A. Employing a couple of statistical methods (multiple regression and factor analysis) on survey data, it was found that the decisive factors in the fashion marketing education differed between two countries. mainly attributable to the difference of goals in the education or to the job orientation of students. Surprisingly it was also found that no educational methods significantly affected the educational performance in both countries, implying that the so called constructivistic ways of leaching/learning was not so effective as expected. In order to improve educational performance in Korea, as far as fashion marketing is concerned, universities needed to increase the class-hours for the course, to provide more supportive educational environment, and to let the instructors used computer/internet facilities for more diverse purposes than now.
The Effect of Clothing Involvement and Internet Usage on Internet Shopping Attitude and Internet Purchase of Clothing Products
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 177~187
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of clothing involvement and internet usage on internet shopping attitude and internet purchase of clothing products. The subjects used for the study were 210 male and 338 female college students. The clothing involvement consisted of pleasure/interest, symbolism/expression, and perceived risk factors. The internet usage consisted of information and entertainment uses. The internet shopping attitude had convenience and security factors. The results showed that there were positive relationships between clothing involvement factors and internet shopping attitude factors. Regarding the relationship between internet usage and internet shopping attitude, there was a positive relationship between internet information use and internet attitude for convenience while there was a positive relationship between internet entertainment use and internet attitude for security. According to clothing involvement and internet usage, the respondents were segmented by four groups. The results showed that these segmented groups were different in regard to internet shopping attitude, internet purchase, and demographics. For example, symbolishm/internet information use group considered internet shopping more convenient and purchased clothing more frequently through internet than did other groups. The implications of the study were discussed.
The Differences in Color Preference and Possession of Apparel Color Preference by Influential Factors -Focusing on fashion involvement, age, body size and body-cathexis
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 188~199
This study intended to analyze the differences in (general & apparel) color preference and possession of apparel color preference(POA) by influential factors(fashion involvement, age, body-size and body- cathexis). We collected data from 303 females in the ages of 20's and 40's living in Seoul. The results were as follows; As a result of factor analysis, the fashion involvement was categorized into three aspects: coordinating fashion involvement, opinion-leading fashion involvement, and innovating fashion involve ment. There were significant differences among fashion involvement groups in the color preference and POA. Also the significant differences in color preferences and POA by ages and body-size were found. But in the analysis based on body-cathexis, no noticeable variance between different groups were found.
The Preparation of Rosewood Microcapsules by Interfacial Polymerization and Aromatic, Antimicrobial Finishing of Wool Fabric
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 200~208
The purpose of this study is to propose scientific data and to develop complex\ulcornermultifunctional fibers by applying microcapsules containing rosewood oil on wool fabric. Polyurea was used as wall material of microcapsules. The parameters for adoptable condition are 20min of agitation time, 5000rpm of agitation speed, 4% of emulsifier concentration according to the observation with SEM and particle analyzer. The melting peak of microcapsules was shown to be 280
The amount of released rosewood from microcapsules at 25
was below 1 % and at 40% was below 3%. Therefore, polyurea microcapsules is capable of preserving rosewood oil for long self-life at normal temperature. Antimicrobial activity to dry cleaning and ironing cycle of wool fabric treated with microcapsules were maintained.
The Effects of the Perceived Product Characteristics and Conspicuous Consumption on the Fashion Luxury Involvement
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 209~218
The Purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of the perceived luxury characteristic and consumer's conspicuous consumption on the fashion luxury involvement. The subjects were Korean 443 women from 20's to 50's living in Seoul. The reliability analysis, confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation analysis by AMOS 4.0 were used for statistics analysis. The results are as follows; 1) The perceived aesthetic taste and luxurious aspect of fashion luxury directly influence on fashion luxury involvement through hedonic consumption value. 2) The perceived luxurious aspect and traditional value of fashion luxury directly influence on negative luxury consumption value, but negative consumption value does not influence on fashion luxury involvement. 3) The well-known brand orientation, face-saving consumption, and value orientation directly influence on fashion luxury involvement.
A Study on the Sleeve Fitness According to Characteristics of Arm Types
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 219~228
The purpose of this study were to examine the characteristics of arm types proposed in the previous study and to present sleeve patterns according size and shape of 4 arm types. 31 direct and indirect items were measured. The subjects for this study were 132 females of twenties. The results were as follows. 1. All of the direct measurements showed significant difference by the arm types. especially at the front armhole part. Such a.: the items of arm gradients, armhole sizes belong to the indirect measurements made clear difference also. 2. By the discriminant analysis, 9 items including underarm length, front armhole girth, upper arm girth, degree of elbow point-wrist point discriminated arm type by the hit ratio of 90.4% Item related to shape of arm rather than size made a sharp distinction. 3. Through the examination of existing patterns and wearing tests on the subjects among 4 groups, sleeve patterns classified by the arm type were suggested.
An Impact of Firm's Relational Characteristics on the Trust in Supply Chains : Focus on Textile Maker and Retailer
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 229~238
The objective of this study is to investigate the impact of firm's various kind of characteristics on the oust in the supply chains between the textile makers and the retailers. Based on the preceding literature review. six hypotheses are proposed. To test the proposed hypotheses, data were collected utilizing questionnaires from 68 retailers(fashion shop). To analyze the data the SPSSWin statistical package was employed. Two(H4 and H6) out of six hypotheses were accepted, the others were rejected. According to the results, the greater the impact of the shared value and the reputation for the retailers on the textile maker is, the stronger the trust of the retailers in the textile maker is. Based on the research results, we can conclude that the trust management is a very important factor in the supply chains between the textile makers and the retailers.
CRM Marketing of Shopmasters in Designer Brand Products
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 239~249
The purpose of this research was to investigate influential factors for shopmaster's CRM (Customer Relationship Management) in the designer brand products, and to indicate the future fashion marketing strategies. The questionnaires were distributed to 74 shopmasters of the Designer shop in domestic L. S and H Department stores. Descriptive statistics, factor analysis, and path analysis from Lisrel program were used to analyze the data. The results were as follows; Firstly. for shopmaster's CRM variables, four factors of customer management variables were found and labeled as interest, DB construction, contact opportunity, and materials. Also, four (actors of shopmaster's knowledge regarding apparel materials were found and labeled as professionalism, manner, sense, and persuasion. For service variables, four factors such as precision, variety, rapidity, positiveness, and convenience of shopping were found. Secondly, for the results of hypothesis, all of the independent variables had direct influences on forming the relationship with customers. Therefore, it is concluded that the main elements of Shopmaster's CRM are highly important variables in customer relationship marketing strategy.
A Study on Shopping Orientation and Post-Purchase of Cosmetics
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 250~260
The purposes of this study were to classify the contents of shopping orientation of cosmetics, to group women into shopper types of cosmetics, to investigate the differences in cosmetics purchase behavior according to shopper types, and to examine how the cosmetics satisfaction was influenced by cosmetics shopping orientation and demographic variables. Subjects were 479 women in their 20's to 50's in Seoul, Korea. The factors of the shopping orientation of cosmetics derived by factor analysis:'impulsive shopping','conspicuous shopping','rational shopping', and 'independent shopping. Four shopper types were classified by cluster analysis of the 4 factors. The shopper types were the same as the 4 factors. total satisfaction of cosmetics was influenced by independent shopping orientation, age, brand, impulsive shopping orientation, conspicuous shopping orientation, and rational shopping orientation(R2=.217). Satisfaction of basic cosmetics was influenced by conspicuous shopping orientation. independent shopping orientation. age. rational shopping orientation, impulsive shopping orientation, and social class(R2=.407). Satisfaction of coloring cosmetics was influenced by brand, independent shopping orientation, age, and impulsive shopping orientation(R²=.167).
The Effects of Retail Crowding on Consumer Emotions and Shopping Behaviors
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 261~269
This study examined the effects of store density levels on consumers'crowding perception and the effects of perceived retail crowding on consumer emotions and in turn shopping behavior. In addition, the study investigated the effects of perceived price value and store type on the segmented dimensions of perceived retail crowding. Results of an experimental test with 3 density levels and 2 store types confirmed the effects of density on social crowding and spatial crowding. While social crowding positively affected arousal, spatial crowding negatively did pleasure which in turn affected approach-avoidance behavior. Though two store types showed the same pattern in such relationships, the effect of perceived price value on retail crowding was different by store type.
Measurement of Breast Volume and the Area of Breast Base Using 3D Measurement System
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 270~276
Methodology was suggested to analyze breast volume, base area of breast bulk. and surface area of breast using the 3D measurement system. Thirty-seven middle-aged (30s-40s) women wearing 80A brassiere were participated in this study. Image of the upper body was captured by Phase-shifting moire. The posture of the subject was adjusted to get the full image of the right breast. Rapidform 2001 was used for the analysis of the images. The mean breast volume was 547.0㎤ and mean base area of breast bulk was 235. I
It was also found that the volume(r=0.169) and surface area of breast(r=10.242) were loosely correlated with the circumference difference between top and under breast. Therefore, it is noted that current selection criterion of cup size based on the difference in the two kinds of breast circumference is inadequate. The result of this study is expected to contribute to the design of ergonomic brassiere as well as surgical operations in the medical field.
A Study on the Appropriateness of the Current Sizing System of Infant Coveralls
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 27, issue 2, 2003, Pages 277~288
The purpose of this study was to provide information on how to improve the current sizing system of infant coveralls through analysis of the present system. In order to compile the information about dissatisfaction with the appropriateness of the fit of infant coveralls, a questionnaire was administered to mothers of 241 infants (aged under 36 months) living in Seoul, and analyzed using the SPSS WIN.10.0 program. Also, the manufacturers'basic body sizes were investigated. The results of this study were as follows : 1. The results of the comparison between the manufacturers'basic body sizes and the body measurement values obtained as the physical standard of the nation(1997) show that in terms of length and hip circumference, the manufacturers'body sizes were larger. On the other hand, in the waist circumference, the manufacturers'body sizes were smaller than the national average. 2. Research on the production sizing system of domestic and international brands, showed that the sizing interval of domestic brands were 6 months, whereas the international brands were 3 months f3r infants under 12 months. 3. Concerning fit, the areas causing most dissatisfaction were: the trunk length, sleeve length, inside leg length, and neck depth. The results showed that dissatisfaction with the suitability of the sizing of current infant coveralls according to the body part differed among the groups according to the month of age.