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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 29, Issue 12 - Dec 2005
Volume 29, Issue 11 - Nov 2005
Volume 29, Issue 9_10 - Sep 2005
Volume 29, Issue 8 - Aug 2005
Volume 29, Issue 7 - Jul 2005
Volume 29, Issue 6 - Jun 2005
Volume 29, Issue 5 - May 2005
Volume 29, Issue 3_4 - Mar 2005
Volume 29, Issue 2 - Feb 2005
Volume 29, Issue 1 - Jan 2005
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The UV Blocking Effect Of Fabrics & Banji Dyed With Green Tea
Song Myung-Kyun ; Song Eun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 745~752
Green tea has various medical effects. It was selected as new natural dyes guessing the effects of the biological activities are still appeared on dyeing. It was examined whether they have the function of Uv-blocker or not. Cotton, linen & Hanji were dyed with Green tea. Al, Cr, Cu, Fe and Sn were selected as the mordant and the UV blocking rate of dyed samples was measured. The results of this study as follows; 1 . The color of dyed samples with Green tea changed yellowish red except Hanji and linen mordanted with Fe. 2. K/S values of dyed samples with Green tea increased by the number of dyeing treatment(p<.01). 3. UVA and UVB blocking rate increased by the number of dyes. Cotton and Linen could block the UV radiation over
and Hanji could block over
after three times of dyeing. These results suggest that Hanji has possibility far various practical uses of clothing material in beautiful and functional aspect. It could have the biological effects when we put on dyed clothing material with Green tea.
The Effect of Brand Personality and Brand Equity on Women's Casual Brand Extension
Min Kyung Jin ; Hong Keum Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 753~763
The purpose of this study was to determine effects of apparel product's brand personality, and brand equity on its brand extension. For the data collection, women in their 20s were surveyed, and a total of 576 questionnaire were finally used. Brand Reneevon and brand Enc were selected through a preliminary survey and then compared in terms of brand extension. Results of the study can be summarized as follows. 1 The brand personality of casual apparel for women consisted of low factors such as uniqueness, competence, fashionability and sincerity, while the brand equity of apparel included three factors brand loyalty, perceived quality and leadership, and brand association and awareness. 2. There was a significant positive correlation between brand personality and brand equity. 3. Brand Reneevon was found higher in brand equity than the brand Enc. 4. Brand extension was influenced by perceived quality and leadership. In case of the brand Enc, brand extension into fashion accessories was significantly affected by brand personality. 5. Brand Reneevon was found better than Brand Enc in brand extension, especially into fashion accessories.
A Study on Sizing System for Middle Aged Men
Sung Ok-jin ; Yang Chung-eun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 764~771
This study is to increase the efficiency for the suitability of clothing measurement and the production utility factors by setting up the measurement system with middle-aged men's physical characteristics. For this purpose this study measured the body sizes of middle-aged men and analyzed basic sizing items such as drop, height, and bust according to the ISO and KS systems and classified these sizes based on body shapes and heights. As a result, an internationally-compatible measuring system is presented in this study. The most common body shapes are portly (Drop 6) and regular (Drop 12) types and these two types form
. The height of 164cm
; and the most general sizes of busts are 92, 96 and 100 and these sizes occupy
. In consideration of the ranges of height and bust, the general sizes (7 regular types and 9 portly types) are selected to present the standardized measurements; the mark for the top is height-bust-waist and the mark for the bottom is stature-waist-hip.
Effect of Fragrance Sensibility Factors on Attitude toward and Buying Intention of Perfume Products - Focusing on Age and Purchase Level Group Comparisons -
Yoh Eunah ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 772~782
The purpose of this study was to identify important factors influencing fragrance sensibility responses as well as to explore fragrance sensibility factors affecting attitude toward and buying intention of perfume products. For data collection, smelling experiments were conducted with seven groups of 34 female consumers who are aged from the 20's to 40's. Data were analyzed by ANOVA, t-test, factor analysis, and linear regression analysis. In results, five factors (pleasant, romantic, stimulating, modem, familiar factors) were generated from the factor analysis of 24 fragrance sensibility factors. These fragrance sensibility factors significantly affected both attitude toward and buying intention of perfume products. Pleasant, romantic and familiar factors were considered as important factors affecting attitude and buying intention while the stimulating factor affected only buying intention. Fragrance sensibility factors influencing attitude and buying intention of perfume products differed in terms of age and purchase level of consumers.
The Research of the Insole Suitability in Accordance with Foot Characteristics of Women
Choi Soon-Bok ; Lee Won-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 783~792
The purpose of this research is to develop appropriate Insole according to foot characteristics of female adults. This research concentrates on proving the effectiveness of Insole on resolving foot discomforts by analyzing the differences between the fitting and foot pressure before and after wearing Insole. Among 216 female testers of previous research, six testers wear selected and placed into six different groups classified according to foot discomforts and foot characteristics. After wearing Insole, the results indicates that the entire groups represented the improvement of fitting and the mitigation of foot discomfort. The results of foot pressure experiment shows that the maximum pressure of foot spreads out evenly after wearing Insole, which indicates the effectiveness of Insole. This efficacy works particularly well for foot testers of second and sixth group. The results indicate that group 6, which consist of the flat-footed and the old, have more noticeable effects derived from Insole, whereas group 3 and 5 do not, due to its constitution of people with fairly normal feet. Furthermore, it was evident that maximum pressure played a major role in proving the beneficial effects of Insole, one of which is to scatter the maximum pressure of heel away and lessen the foot pressure of plantar.
The Text Analysis of Plasticity Expressed in the Modern Art to Wear (Part I) - Focused on the West Art Works since 1980s -
Seo Seung Mi ; Yang Sook Hi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 793~804
The new paradigm of the 21st century demand an openly different world of formative ideologies in respect to art and design. The purpose of this study is focused on trying to comprehend aesthetic essence of clothing as an, with the investigation of artistic theories manifested by art philosophers. Art to Wear was categorized into style to understand its artistic meaning as well as to analyze its character. Upon the foundation of semiotics theory, the feature of Art to Wear and its analysis category were argued in the context of Charles Morris three dimension of semiotics analysis. The conclusion to the research is like so. The feature and analysis category of Art to Wear upon a semiotics perspective was divided into syntactic dimension, semantic dimension and pragmatic dimension. The analytical categorization upon the perspective of syntactic dimension fell into the category of topology, shape and color. The semantic dimension of Art to Wear was divided into categories of denotation and connotation. In addition, the pragmatic dimension of Art to Wear analytical categorization was divided into a delivering function and common function.
Antimicrobial Activity of Fabrics Treated with Colloidal Silver Solutions Made by Electrolysis and Reduction
Chung Haewon ; Kim Boyeon ; Yang Heeju ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 805~813
In recent years, greatly increased incidences of diseases made people more concerned about their hygienic environment. Since clothes are the closest environment to man, many methods have beef proposed to impart antimicrobial properties to the textiles. Benefits associated with incorporating antimicrobial properties in textiles include protection to the wearer from microbiological attack, and prevention of odor from perspiration. Silver has been known to kill 650 different disease organisms, however, nano-sized silver particles are known as skin friendly and does not cause skin irritation. In this study, we have examined the antimicrobial effects of cotton or polyester fabric, on which nano-sized silver particles were treated. Colloidal silver solution made by electrolysis of
silver stick was more effective than that by reduction of
concentration of colloidal silver solution by electrolysis is helpful to give reduction of
S. aureus and K. pneumoniae on a cotton fabric without the decrease of whiteness. Since the structures of fiber and fabric effect on their antimicrobial property, PET filament fabric didn't have sufficient antimicrobial properly. The fabrics treated with up to
colloidal silver solution didn't have the properly of antistatic and electromagnetic shield.
Determination of PCDD/Fs in Disposable Diaper for Infant
Shin Jeoung Hwa ; Ahn Yun Gyong ; Seo Jung Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 814~824
This study analyzed and standardized the harmful substances of organic compounds(dioxins) in disposable diapers for infant's clothing. Commercial samples obtained from Korea, Japan, America and German were determined by HRGC/HRMS. Experimental Methods were consisted of comparision of extracting solvent, analysis of PCDD/Fs, and analysis of PCDD/Fs of extraction in disposable diaper. The results were as follows. No high TEQ values in TCDD(1), PCDD(0.5) and HxCDD(0.1) were found for commercial disposable diapers from country Korea, Japan, U.S.A and German. In extraction for 6hrs experiments, HpCDD and OCDD were detected in disposable diapers of U1, U2 and G2, respectively. In extraction fur 24hrs experiments, HpCDD, OCDD and OCDF were detected in disposable diapers of J3, U1, U2 and U3. So we need to set standards of measurement for harmful materials contained in textile goods. This will make a safe and comfortable clothing environment for all users, regardless of age.
A Study in the Perception of the Harmony of Coloration in Traditional Korean Dress of Korean and American Students (Part IV) - On the Contrast Coloration -
Kang Kyung-Ja ; Jeong Su-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 825~836
The purpose of this research is to analyze the harmony of contrast coloration of the traditional Korean dress as the subject of the study for women's college students in Korea and America. The sense of harmonious coloration for 64 colorations was evaluated based on a yellow and a green Korean jackets, to be contrast colorization, by combining four different tones, vivid, light, dull, and dark tones in a purple and a blue skirt with a yellow jacket, a red and a purple skirt with a green jacket. We tried to make sure of the cultural difference by the distinction in the perception of women's college students. in Korea and America. The result of the study is as follows. In the contrast coloration of a yellow jacket with a purple and a blue skirt, Korean women students, generally, perceived that the coloration that skirt is more dark than jacket, dull and dark tone is harmonious. On the other hand, American women students perceived harmonious skirt tone is various depending on the jacket tones. In the coloration of a green jacket and a red skirt, the women students of two countries are in common that the coloration of a vivid skirt with a vivid, a dull, and a dark jacket are harmonious. However, Korean women students indicated that a light jacket with a dark tone skirt as a harmonious coloration. American women students evaluated that various tones of coloration as a harmonious coloration. In the coloration of a green jacket and a purple skirt, Korean women students perceived that the coloration is incompatible coloration. American women students perceived the coloration is congruous in the coloration of a dull and a dark tone jacket and skirt. In the response of the perception for 64 contrast coloration, Korean students evaluated 14 sets and American students judged 28 sets as harmonized colors. Therefore, it drew the conclusion that Korean students had the sense of harmonious coloration of more narrow range than American students. There was a difference between two cultures in the standard far contrast coloration.
A Study on the Evaluation of Motorcycle Jacket with Built-in Airbag
Do Wol-Hee ; Choi Hei-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 837~846
The purpose of this study is to suggest a standard of guidance for testing the performance and safety of motorcycle jacket with built-in airbag. The method of testing were as follows: The effects of the motorcycle jacket with built-in airbag are experimentaly investigated according to neck injury of FMVSS 208. The experiment consists of the crash simulation test by shield and the impact test. The head and neck injuries are evaluated based on industrial standards. Also, the displacements of the head and neck and chest are observed by film analysis. Using the results of the crash simulation test, neck injury
is discussed and the peak chest deflection of the results of the impact test, chest injury is pursued. Neck injury
of the result of the crash test show that the chance of a serious wound is
if rider wear the R&D motorcycle jacket with built-in airbag(Type A). Chest injury is expected by peak chest deflection of the result of the impact test. The result of the peak chest deflection show that the reduction effect in chest injury of Type A motorcycle jacket is
Consumer Segmentation by Lifestyle and Development of e-CRM Strategies
Ko Eunju ; Kwon Joon Hee ; Yun Sun Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 847~858
The purpose of this study was to examine consumer purchasing behavior of the online shoppers particularly using online clothing shopping mall and to analyze the key factors of both satisfaction and dissatisfaction of their purchase and to compare the both group by lifestyle segmentation in order to provide the e-CRM strategies. Focus group interviews and survey were conducted in December, 2003 with 30 online shoppers who have an experience of online clothing purchasing. The data analysis included the content analysis, descriptive statistics, K-means and factor analysis. Key findings of the study were as follows: First, online shoppers spent average 3.5 hours on internet and usually purchased clothing while surfing the web. Second, consumers were satisfied with reasonable price and customized service but dissatisfied with delayed delivery, limited product availability in both size and color and return policy. Third, according to the lifestyle segmentation, online shoppers could be characterized as 'Luxurious', 'Trendy' and 'Prudent' 'Luxury-oriented consumers', who value fashion, diet and social activity, tended to purchase basic yet high quality products. However, 'Trend-oriented consumers', to whom fashion trend was most important, purchased various latest fashion products with reasonable price and showed generally positive response to emails sent by e-retailers. And lastly 'Prudence-oriented consumers', whose buying decision was based solely on practicality, appeared to be reluctant to purchase clothing online while seeking more credible information and competitive price. In conclusion, this study has its significance in that it helps promote relationships between customers and e-retailers by providing differentiated e-CRM strategies through each customer groups 'lifestyle segmentation and consumer purchasing behavior analysis.
A Preliminary study on Natural Dyeing by a Delphi Method (Part I) - With the focus of key issues -
You Myung Nim ; Roh Eui Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 859~867
The purpose of this study was to identify the focus of key issues - the view, the trouble, supplementary measures and future divection research, and commercialization
popularization on natural dyeing. Delphi tests were performed with 36 professional in the academic, the industrial, and the art world. Questionnaire of 1round composed of open-ended question related the view, the trouble, supplementary measures and future divection research and commercialization
popularization. And a 5 point Likert Scale was used to evaluate them in 2 and 3 round. Results of this study and the order of importance in the focus of key issues are as following: The trouble are immoral business ability, using of excessive mordant and lack of standardization. Supplementary measures and future divection research are dyer education, choosing stuff on natural dyeing and consumer education
publicity. And commercialization
popularization are the development of brand, the production of specific goods by regional groups, high-grade articles and the certification system in quality.
A Study of Color Image on Silk Fabrics Dyed with Yellow Natural Materials
Choi Yeon Joo ; Ryu Hyo Seon ; Kweon Soo Ae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 868~876
Silk fabrics were dyed with yellow natural materials. Gardenia, turmeric, amur cork tree, safflower, Japanese pagoda tree, and onion were used as natural materials. Color image of natural dyed silk fabrics was classified by 4 factors(Cheerfulness, Comfortness, Pastrol, Revealation). Cheerfulness factor affected significantly with color image. Amur cork tree or turmeric dyed fabrics were shown as light and cute, safflower or gardenia dyed fabric shown as comfort, and onion dyed fabrics shown as mature and simple. Color image with specialty was significant difference in Preference and Revelation factor. Preference was appeared as amur cork tree>turmeric>gardenia>safflower>Japanese pagoda tree>onion.
Sensorial Property Evaluation of Scoured Silk Fabrics Using Quad Analysis
Kim Jeongjin ; Kim Eunae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 877~884
The importance and usefulness of a subjective evaluation of the sensorial properties of scoured silk fabrics is discussed. Silk fabric was treated at 12 different scouring rates and the scoured fabrics were used as specimens. Using paired comparisons, three trained subjects, evaluated seven subjective sensorial properties; softness, elasticity, drape, stiffness, crispness, and luster. A quad experimental design was adopted as an effective and reliable evaluation method. Results showed that some properties such as drape, luster were easily discriminated depending on the scouring rates whereas the smoothness was not easily discriminated. As the scouring rate increased, it was hard to discriminated the softness, drape, and stiffness, which indicates there is an optimum scouring rates to have a certain sensorial properties. It was suggested that these results should be applied to the manufacturing process.
Attitude and Purchase Frequency toward Foreign Luxury Goods Related to Age and Social Stratification Variables
Chae Jinmie ; Rhee Eunyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 29, issue 6, 2005, Pages 885~895
The purpose of this study was to find out the most pursuasive social stratification variables affecting the attitude toward foreign luxury goods and the purchase frequency and examined the difference in the attitude toward foreign luxury goods and the purchase frequency among groups divided by age and social stratification variables. The subjects were 521 married women over 25 years old living in Seoul and Kyong-gi province areas. The data were analyzed by multiple regression, ANOVA, Duncan's multiple range test, frequency and percentage. Social stratification was measured by family's monthly income, educational and occupational levels of married women's and their husbands' for an objective method while economic levels, social status, consumption levels, and cultural levels were used fer a subjective method. The results were as follows; first, the most explainable variables influencing the attitude toward foreign luxury goods and the purchase frequency were age and women's educational levels examined by the objective method of social stratification. Second, according to the subjective method of social stratification, the attitude toward foreign luxury goods and the purchase frequency were affected by age, economic levels, consumption levels, and cultural levels. Consumption levels which showed actual expense per family were the most explainable variable in the purchase frequency.