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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 30, Issue 12 - Dec 2006
Volume 30, Issue 11 - Nov 2006
Volume 30, Issue 9_10 - Oct 2006
Volume 30, Issue 8 - Aug 2006
Volume 30, Issue 7 - Jul 2006
Volume 30, Issue 6 - Jun 2006
Volume 30, Issue 5 - May 2006
Volume 30, Issue 4 - Apr 2006
Volume 30, Issue 3 - Feb 2006
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The Cognitive Complexity of Clothing Attributes -Focused on Clothing Involvement-
Park Sung-Eun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 497~506
The purpose of this study is to clarify the cognitive complexity of clothing attributes, which influence the preference and purchase intentions. The subjects of this study are 434 female college students and formal survey methodologies were used for collecting data. Those data were analyzed with SAS program, and various methods such as factor analysis, cluster analysis, conjoint analysis, path analysis of Lisrel were followed. The results of this study were as follows: 1) Clothing involvement consists of the affective factor and the cognitive factor. 2) The consumers were divided into three groups with regards to the degree of their clothing involvement. 3) Significant differences were found regarding the cognitive complexity of clothing attributes among these groups.
A Study on Developing the Modern Fashion Design with the Application of Plasticity of Patchwork Wrapping Cloth
Kim Jeong-Mee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 507~518
This study aims to prove that traditional patchwork wrapping cloth can be a creative motive for modem fashion, and the application of it can be a way of expressing not only the pride in our cultural heritage but also the originality of fashion design. The analysis of the plasticity of 108 patchwork wrapping clothes has come up with the following findings: Firstly, the plane structure consists of 41 basic forms and 67 applied ones. Secondly, 61 contrast color harmony and 47 similarity color harmony. Thirdly, the fabric consists of 88 silk clothes, 19 ramie clothes, and 1 silk and ramie cloth. Fourthly, 47 unlined clothes and 61 lined ones. The study also expresses the analyzed plasticity of patchwork wrapping cloth for fashion with the following findings: Firstly, basic plane structures, contrast color harmony, silk cloth and the press flower coating technique become one piece dress to express splendid and elegant image. Secondly, application plane structures, similarity color harmony of natural dyeing method using persimmon, ramie cloth and the press flower coating and over lock technique become a jacket and a blouse to express calm and dynamic image. Thirdly, the needling and over lock technique used to patch clothes has become a desirable way to express fabric with unique surface effects. Fourthly, the press flower coating which modernizes embroidery in patchwork wrapping. cloth has become a new technique which can create high values with its extended the visual effects of the material. Fifthly, Patchwork wrapping cloth in Chosun Dynasty has now become a motive for modem fashion design to express tradition and creation.
The Effect of Guanxi on Relationship Performance between Korean Apparel Firms and Chinese Partners
Song Yun-Ah ; Ko Eun-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 519~530
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether management strategic types and entry strategy moderate the influence of Guanxi on the relationship performance between Korean apparel firms & Chinese partners. For these purposes, three hypotheses were developed and data was collected from 85 Korean apparel firms which have a business relationship with Chinese partners. Data was analyzed with SPSS methods such as frequency, factor analysis, multiple-regression, and hierarchical-regression analysis. The results were as follows: First, 'Prior to Guanxi' and 'Execution of Guanxi', which were sub-factors of Guanxi, influence positively on the relationship performance. And also the influence of 'Prior to Guanxi' was higher than 'Execution of Guanxi' on the relationship performance. Second, the influence of the 'Prior to Guanxi' on the relationship performance was stronger when Defender strategic type was used rather than other types. Third, the influence of the 'Prior to Guanxi' on the relationship performance was stronger when the entry scope of 'Both production & distribution in China' and the entry mode of 'Entry through Agent' were chosen.
The Study on the Image Shown on the Product, Brand and Advertisement of Jean Brand
Choi Hyun-Ju ; Kim Yoon-Kyoung ; Lee Kyoung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 531~541
The purpose of this study is to examine the semantic structure about the image shown on the product, brand and advertisement and figuring out its features through the correlation among brand images. For the study, nine brands(Guess, Bangbang, ONG, NIX, TBJ, Levi's, OPT, FRJ, Jambangee) as subjects for investigation has been selected and divided into the image of brand(9 brands), product(108 products, 12 pieces for each product) and advertisement(9 points) by the measure of 26 adjective pairs. The survey has been collected on the subject of 540 men and women who live in around Busan city areas and has been taken the statistics. The results on investigating the semantic structures of the product images about jean brands, there are five main factors, such as, individuality, attractiveness, activeness, modernity, hardness & softness. The results on examining the semantic structures of the brand images about jean brands, the factors are attractiveness, activeness, vitality, hardness & softness, fadness. The results on investigating the semantic structure of the advertisement images about jean brands, the factors are attractiveness, individuality, modernity, activeness. The results on the classification of brand images are presented as four groups, the first group is that brand and advertisement image are pretty similar but product image is differential according to brand and the second group, product and advertisement image are similar but brand image is differential. The third group is that product and brand image are similar but advertisement is differential and the fourth group, product, brand and advertisement are similar.
A Study of Standard Head Model for Korean Adults by 3D Measurement
Kim Hye-Soo ; Yi Kyong-Hwa ; Park Se-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 542~553
The purpose of this study were to analyse of craniofacial shape by 3D and to develope of head models for Korean adults with gender and age groups. The 3D measurement technique adapted in this study was a novel approach compared that the same technique has been commonly used in measuring human bodies. The data and the model of head analysis can be used as a basic reference in developing various head related items such as hat, helmet, gas mask, ear phone, and etc. In this study, heads of 836 Korean adults were measured in 3D, analyzed by statistical methods, and modelized in 3D by gender and age groups. From the basic statistical data analysis, vertex-tragion and the length between the pupils were the longest in their twenties for both men and women, and grew shorter in elderly groups. In all categories, a significant difference appeared between men and women in their 20's, but the differences were less noticeable in elderly groups. Compared to the one size standard head model of the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency, the above three-dimensional standard head model would provide a more through fit because gender and age groups were sub-divided and analyzed in 3D.
On Ethnic Characteristics of Official Uniforms of Qing Dynasty by Analyzing the Rank System
Park Hyun-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 554~566
The purpose of this paper is to understand the ethnic characteristics of official uniforms of Qing(淸)) by comparing the rank systems of official uniforms of Ming(명(明)) and Qing(淸)) dynasties. As research documents, Dai-Ming-Huidian(大明會典)) and Qing-Huidian-Tu(淸明會圖)) have been used. This research shows that there are many traditional characteristics of Manchurians (滿族)) in the official uniforms of Qing(淸)) dynasty. The characteristics are as follows: First, Qing dynasty made their own official uniform based on the traditional Manchurians(滿族)) costume, and added rank system on it. Second, Qing dynasty used the animal's leather as the material of official uniforms and distinguished the level of the uniforms according to the rerity value of rareness, color, and warmth of the leather. Third, Qing dynasty used pearls produced in Manchuria as the highest level, as opposed to jades and rhinoceros horns of Ming. Fourth, Qing dynasty eliminated the animal's rank system of twelve patterns which had been used for whole history of China, but the Emperor is the only man who is able to use twelve patterns. Qing dynasty made her own pattern system of standstill/moving dragons and standstill/moving pythons. Fifth, Qing dynasty used the rank system by colors in the order of yellow, red, and blue consistently over various official uniforms, while Ming used different color orders for different uniforms.
A Differences in Preference and Evaluation on the Image of Make-up (Part I) -Focused on Perceiver's Genders-
Lee Yon-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 567~581
The purpose of this research is to provide the basic data for the development of make-up color application system, based of Korean's skin tone and the preference in make-up color to enhance the effectiveness of the education of beauty in universities. The research was conducted by the previous studies, the analyses of sale's rate of hue-cosmetics, the analytic experiment of color of cosmetics by using Spectrum Color Analyzer and other experimental researches. This research, based on the results of three preliminary researches, shows the result of evaluation from perceivers which has been come out from the experiment of having one model in her twenties being changed with twenty-two different conditions of make-up. Here follows the result of the research. Firstly, there was difference on perceiving images in terms of the gender of perceivers and especially male-group tend to have clearly perceived the gap between elegance-greyish purple, orange-natural, red-classic on monochrome make-up and contrast make-up. Secondly, in terms of lip-colors, salmon pink and pink was regarded positively to both female and male subjects and to male subjects, greyish purple was thought to be better on darker skin-tone and to female subjects, better on lighter skin-tone. Thirdly, on image make-up, romantic gives intelligent image regardless of skin-tone and gender, especially gives more positive looks to male subjects. Natural and classic elements were perceived more positively on darker skin-tone and had bigger perceiving gap in female subjects. Fourthly, in preference rate, male subjects normally preferred the look with make-up than female subjects did and salmon pink and pink lip color was preferred on the darker skin-tone.
Appropriate Ease of Men's Snow-board Lower Wear
Ryu Sin-A ; Park Kil-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 582~594
The purpose of this study were to develop snow-board lower wear with improved functionality. The study consisted of figure out appropriate ease amount of snow-board lower wear and make products by applying it to pattern design. The results of this study were as follows: On the basis of the analysis of snow-board lower wear on market, 2 pieces of experimental snowboard lower wear were designed, produced, and evaluated the patterns of with different ease, and snowboard lower B for experiment was proved to be better. Snowboard lower wear was produced and evaluated for experiment 2 by giving additional ease to specific parts. Therefore experiment 2 was presented pattern, ease, and size of snowboard lower wear with improved functionality. Sizes and ease of snow-board lower wear for presentation. waist circumference - 96.0cm(l6.4cm, 17.1%); hip circumference - 127.0cm(31.3cm, 24.4%); pants length - 112.0cm(9.6cm, 8.6%); crotch length - 90.0cm(26.8cm, 36.4%); thigh circumference - 78.0cm(23.4cm, 30.0%); knee circumference - 62.0cm(24.7cm, 39.8%); turnup circumference - 62.0cm(36.0cm, 58.1%). Above mentioned sizes and ease of lower wear are medium size(M) for male.
A Development of Outer Wears for Breast-Feeding Mothers
Lee Eun-Hye ; Jo Jin-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 595~606
Benefits of breast-feeding are so well known that mothers want to breast-feed their children. However there are a few difficulties to breast-feed when they are out for the purpose of work, visit and other social activities. The exposure of the breast is one of them. With the results of 2 surveys, 6 designs were developed. The extinguishing design features were breast openings, which were developed using various fastenings such as elastic tape, buckle, zipper, velcro, snap and button. Three outer wear designs of selected breast openings were developed. These three researched designs were made of proper materials. The purpose of this study is to develop outer wears of functionality and good design for breast-feeding mothers.
Effects of Spinning Speed and Heat Treatment on the Mechanical Property and Biodegradability of Polylactic Acid Fibers
Park Chung-Hee ; Hong Eun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 607~614
This study was carried out to suggest the optimal spinning process condition which provides a proper range of tenacity and biodegradability as textile fibers. The effects of the melt spinning speed and heat treatment on the mechanical property and biodegradability of polylactic acid fiber were investigated. Polylactic acid(PLA) was spun in a high spinning speed of
. Each specimen was heat-treated at
during 30min. Mechanical properties such as breaking stress and the degree of crystallinity were evaluated using WAXS. Biodegradability was estimated from the decrease of breaking stress, weight loss, and the degree of crystallinity after soil burial. Experimental results revealed that heat treated specimens showed higher breaking stress than untreated specimens, but the increase was not so high as was expected from the remarkable change of crystallinity by heat treatment. It was concluded that breaking stress was more influenced by spinning speed than heat treatment. In the soil burial test, however biodegradability calculated from weight loss was more influenced by heat treatment than spinning speed.
Comfort Evaluation of Caps from Pressure Measurement (Part I)
Jun Young-Min ; Park Chung-Hee ; Hahn Moon-Heui ; Kang Tae-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 615~622
A tool to evaluate the subjective wearing comfort of caps from the objective measurement of pressure was developed. Comfortable Fittability Index(C.F.I) and Holding Power(HP) were defined to represent the subjective wearing comfort of caps. As a preliminary step to define the Comfortable Fittability Index(C.F.I), average pressure, pressure distribution, standard deviation of pressure were obtained and subjective sensation were evaluated by wearing caps. Also Holding Power(HP) was estimated from wind tunnel testing. Two sets of caps were evaluated, one set made of elastic fabric(F-caps) and the other set made of non-elastic fabric(S-caps). F-caps begin to be taken off by the higher wind velocity and thus exhibited higher values of Holding Power. On the other hand, F-caps exerted lower average pressure, narrower pressure distribution, smaller standard deviation.
A Study on the Difference between Korean and Japanese College Student's Recognition of Their Traditional Costume
Lee Hee-Nam ; Han Seung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 623~632
This study discusses the traditional costume of Korea and Japan and cognitive factors affecting its recognition by conducting a survey on both Korean and Japanese students so that comparative analysis of the differences about whether to rent or own traditional costume and about whether the students surveyed have visited the other country reciprocally, can be made to set the future course of the traditional costume which have gradually been worn less frequently and favored by less people. College students of Japan and Korea were chosen for this study and asked to fill in a questionnaire. 491 respondents were analyzed using SPSS10.0 for frequency analysis, factors analysis and t-test. Findings of this study are as follows: Firstly, there were 7 factors affecting the Korean student's recognition of Hanbok while 6 factors involved in Japanese student's recognition of Kimono. Korean students thought highly of the traditional costume and yet had less knowledge of it compared to the Japanese students. Secondly, analysis of the student's recognition of their counterpart's traditional costume showed that there were equally 4 factors affecting the student's recognition. Students found the traditional costume difficult to wear and uncomfortable when worn. Japanese students regarded Hanbok as an abstract form of the traditional Korean culture while Korean students viewed Kimono as a realistic form of something concrete. Thirdly, analysis of the differences about the recognition based on the student's owning or renting the traditional costume. or visiting the counterpart's country, showed that students owning the traditional costume were more positive about the traditional costume and well versed in it. And students having visited their counterpart's country thought more favorably of the traditional costume of their counterpart.
The Moderating Effect of Perceived Control over Appearance in the Social Comparison Process with Advertisement Models
Lee Yoon-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 633~643
When women are exposed to images of other attractive women such as media models, it is known that many go through a social comparison process and a contrast effect occurs which results in unfavorable perception and attitudes toward the self. This paper suggests women's perception of control over their appearance as one of the factors that may moderate the contrast effect of a social comparison with attractive media models. An experiment with 211 women was conducted to examine the differential effect of viewing attractive models versus non-human images on the responses of women with high/low perceived control over appearance. A two(Stimuli Type: attractive-model image vs. non-human image) by two(Perceived Control over Appearance: High vs. Low) MANCOVA model was tested with physical appearance anxiety, self-esteem, and body satisfaction as dependent variables and appearance orientation, body mass index, age, years of schooling, ethnicity, and marital status as covariates. A significant Perceived Control main effect on Physical Appearance Anxiety and Self-Esteem and a significant Stimuli Type by Perceived Control interaction effect on Physical Appearance Anxiety and Self-Esteem were found. Those who perceived high control over their appearance were more likely to have higher self-esteem and lower appearance anxiety. However, among those who saw attractive model's images, women perceived low appearance control showed less anxiety and higher body satisfaction than those perceived high appearance control.
Impact of Characteristics of Fashion On-line Community on the Community Commitment and Brand Loyalty
Ko Eun-Ju ; Kwon Joon-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 644~654
The purpose of this study is 1) to analyze the clothing purchasing behavior according to gender 2) to analyze the characteristics provided by the fashion on-line community, 3) to analyze the effects of the fashion on-line community characteristics to community commitment and brand loyalty. As for data collection, on-line survey was conducted for the fashion online community members in 'daum' portal site and total 404 volumes were used for the study analysis. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics,
, factor analysis, regression analysis by utilizing the SPSS 10.0 program. The results of this study were as follow: First, it was found that characteristics of fashion on-line community are three factors of 'interactivity', 'information provision' and 'interest provision'. Second, as the analysis result of the effects of the fashion on-line community characteristics to the community commitment and brand loyalty, the more 'interactivity' and 'interest provision', the higher 'behavioral commitment' and at this time brand loyalty was high. The higher 'interactivity', 'interest provision' and 'information provision', the higher attitudinal commitment and brand loyalty. In addition, the more 'information provision' and 'interest provision' were, the more it positively influenced brand loyalty. It is considered that this study will help fashion enterprises establish an on-line community strategy to induce brand loyalty by analyzing the community utilization pattern of fashion on-line community members.
Make-up Preference Image Differences Depending on Clothing Preference Image Group
Lee Hyun-Jung ; Kim Mi-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 4, 2006, Pages 655~661
The purpose of this study was to investigate the make-up preference images influenced by the clothing preference images group, and importance orders among the make-up preference images. The questionnaires were given to female residents in the ages between
in Seoul and Kyung-gi province during October 2004. 322 questionnaires were used for data analysis. The collected data were analyzed by using SPSS 10.0 software with various techniques such as ANOVA test, Duncan test and paired t-test. The results of this study as follows; 1. It was found out that the graceful, chic, and modern make-up image had significant differences. The graceful make-up preference image was preferred by the graceful clothing preference image group. The chic and modern make-up preference image were preferred by modern clothing preference image group. It was confirmed that the categories with significant differences were those with the same clothing and make-up preference image groups, which indicate people prefer unified image coordination. 2. As the results of the analysis of the difference in importance of make-up preference images, it was found out that the natural make-up preference image was the most preferred by people, and followed by the youthful make-up preference image. On the other hand, the romantic make-up preference was preferred the least. This study on relationships between clothing images and make-up images found that the costume culture is becoming more of 'total fashion' and that it would be beneficial for clothing brands to incorporate cosmetics in their business strategies and expand their businesses.