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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
Volume 30, Issue 2 - Feb 2006
Volume 30, Issue 1 - Jan 2006
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The Actual Conditions and Characteristics of the Fashion Enterprises' Collaborations
Hong Won-Pyo ; Hwang Jin-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1001~1011
In the fashion enterprises of today, there are many kind of inter- enterprises' collaborations which are related to the strategic management for reinforcing their competitiveness in various fields. These inter- enterprises' collaborations, which began to increase in 2000, will increase even more in the near future. This study carries out the findings between collaborating companies' and their partners' characteristics and the actual conditions of collaborations through the responses of fashion enterprises' key employees. A questionnaire was answered by 194 key employees of the fashion enterprises in Korea and the analysis was completed by frequency analysis, cross tabulation analysis. The results of this study are the following; 1. Most of the enterprises of the same fashion categories collaborated with the promotion companies as their partners. The enterprises of different fashion categories collaborated strongly with the distribution companies as their partners. The strongest reason of the collaboration was for rapid product supplying to the market. 2. With regard to the management resources, the relationship between the collaborated companies and their partners had been formed by mutual assistance. Also, there were positive relationships between the collaborating companies and the partners concerning business reputation. The results of this study generated some valuable information that can be used in the fashion industry.
The Effect of Color Coordination Type on Impression of Male (part I) - Focus on Tone-on-tone Coloration -
Lim Ji-Young ; Kang Kyung-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1012~1024
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of color, shirt tone, tie tone, perceiver's gender on impression formation by applying tone on tone coloration of shirt and necktie: coloration of two colors. The experimental materials developed for this study were a set of stimulus and response scales. The stimuli were 32 upper body photographs which were color outputs by CAD system(4D-box program). We unified those colors of shirts and neckties same, then made shirt and necktie tone differently. 27 bi-polar adjectives, each of which was graded into seven in its degree, were used to evaluate the impression. The subjects of this research were 192 male and 192 female college students in Gyeongnam province including Jinju City. The data was analyzed by using SPSS program. Analysis methods were four-way ANOVA. The items of the adjectives were classified into 5 impression dimension. - potency, activity, attractiveness, visibility and tenderness. Color, shirt tone, tie tone, and perceiver gender influenced on 5 impression formation by interaction as well as independently. Blue tie with vivid, light or dull tone had an effect on the formation of potency impression, vivid or light tone of shirt affected activity regardless of color or tie tone. As shirt and tie had different tone, effect on the formation of attractiveness impression, light tone had a negative effect on visibility but positive effect on tenderness. red color were more effective than blue expressed on visibility and tenderness in shirt or tie.
The Change of Physical Characteristics of Kenaf Fiber by the Chemical Processes
Yoo Hye-Ja ; Lee Hye-Ja ; Kim Jung-Hee ; Ahn Chun-Soon ; Song Kyung-Hun ; Han Young-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1025~1033
Kenaf bast can be obtained by decortication of Kenaf stem. Kenaf fibers are much more rough than cotton fiber because they include impurities as pectin, lignin and hemicellulose besides cellulose. The purpose of this research is to investigate the distribution of kenaf fiber length and diameter during the processes of removing impurities. To remove pectin, kenaf bast was retted chemically. A half of the retted kenaf fiber bundle were scoured and bleached. The other half one were treated with
solution to remove lignin, and were treated with sodium hydroxide solution to remove hemicellulose. Four kinds of specimens that were obtained for investigating physical characteristics. Length and diameter of 100 fibers on each specimen was measured. The tensile strength of 100 fiber bundles were measured. And also the color values of them were measured with spectrocolorimeter. The length of retted kenaf fiber was 16.97cm. Then it decreased to 11.43cm after bleaching. Kenaf fiber bundles could be finer by chemical processes that remove non-cellulosic materials. The thickness of retted fiber was
. And after undergoing the chemical processes to remove non-cellulosic materials, the thickness of kenaf fiber became finer as
. Tensile strength of the retted kenaf fiber bundles was 11.37Mpa. The retted kenaf fiber lost their strength as 22.6% by bleaching and as 18.3% by treatment for removing lignin. The retted kenaf fiber showed low whiteness as 56.48 of L*value. After bleaching, the kenaf fibers have creamy white color and their whiteness got 90.02 of L*value. After the treatment for removing hemicellulose, the kenaf fibers also have creamy white color and their whiteness got L* value of 79.02.
The Visual Evaluation of Gathered Skirts according to Different Gathering Conditions and Objects
Lee Myung-Hee ; Jung Hee-Kyeong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1034~1043
The purpose of this study was to investigate the difference of the visual evaluation about gathered skirts according to different gathering conditions and objects. The experiment is made of factorial design for three variables-fabric(cotton, wool, polyester), ratio of gathers(1.5T, 2.0T, 2.5T), objects(real thing, 2D digital picture, 3D shape). Questionnaire consists of 33 sematic differential scale expressing gathered skirts' image. The subjects were 50 male and female students majoring in clothing and textile. The data were analyzed by Frequency, Factor analysis, Anova, scheffe's test. The results obtained were summarized as follows; 1. As the open-ended response there were difference among the image according to different gathering conditions and obects. 2. The image of gathered skirts was composed of 6 factors; activities, attraction, attention, softness, moderateness, function. 3. For visual evaluation of gathering conditions as different objects, there were similar as softly in fabrics and lager in ratio of gathers. 4. For visual evaluation of different objects as gathering conditions, there was more difference effect of ratio of gathers than fabrics.
The Effect of Store Satisfaction about Fashion Store and Alternative Store Attraction on Switching Barrier Perception -Focusing on the Moderating Effect of Variety Seeking Orientation-
Kim Soo-Jin ; Chung Myung-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1044~1053
The purposes of this study were to examine the effect of store satisfaction about fashion store and alternative store attraction on switching barrier perception and the moderating effect of variety seeking orientation. The questionnaire was administered to 450 women shopped in a department store in Gwan-ju during September, 12-26,2002. Data collected from 384 women were analyzed by using frequency, factor analysis, regression analysis, ANOVA and t-test by SPSS for WIN program. The result were as follows. First, the store satisfaction significantly influenced switching barrier perception. Second, the alternative store attraction significantly influenced switching barrier perception. Third, interaction effect between store satisfaction and variety seeking orientation was found out to be meaningful at switching barrier perception. Fourth, interaction effect between alternative store attraction and variety seeking orientation was found out to be meaningful at switching barrier perception.
A Study of Ethnic Images Found in Modern Sports Fashion
Kim Eun-Kyoung ; Chae Keum-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1054~1065
This study aims to provide basic data conducive to developing popular and international products by analyzing the mechanism, factors and design of ethnic sports fashion incorporating ethnicity and sports sense that may satisfy the physical and psychological needs of modern humans who tend to seek 'well- being'. The methodology includes literature reviews and positivist study, and visual materials include domestic and foreign fashion magazines, newspapers, fashion journals, ad photos, collection photos, and internet that cover colors, materials, detailed sports fashion design that are considered to have an ethnic image. Its scope is limited to the period from 2000 through 2005 S/S. The results of study are as follows: First, sports fashions through incorporation of sports emotion and fashion, mixes and matches existing formal wear, casual wear, or leisure wear with sportswear, or introduces and utilizes materials, details, accessories, or image from sportswear. Second, 1) from the changes by year in sports fashion, ethnic images were strongly expressed by the influence of naturalism in the early 1990s, and functional sports fashion has been fused with ethnic image with functionalism becoming stronger and wellbeing trend expanding from the mid 1990s through 2000s. 2) The cause of ethnic image in sports fashion included hybrid, multi-culturalism, and naturalism. Third, the ethnic images revealed in the sports fashion designs of Prada, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Y3 are simple and unique based on functionality and activism.
The Effect of Discount Store Attributes and Clothing Product - Evaluation on Store Loyalty -
Kwon Yoo-Jin ; Hong Byung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1066~1077
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of store attributes, purchasing experience, clothing product evaluation and store trust on store loyalty of discount store. With convenience sampling, the research was surveyed to women who have bought apparels at the discount store. The 374 responses were analyzed by frequency analysis, factor analysis, reliability test, t-test and hierarchical regression analysis. The results were as follows. First, the clothing product evaluation was significantly affected by the variety of products, reliable advertisement, good display, convenient store location, purchasing cost and buying experience of PB apparel. Second, the trust of discount store was significantly affected by store attributes, purchasing experience and clothing product evaluation. Third, the discount store loyalty was analyzed as fashion store loyalty. The store loyalty was affected by purchasing experience and clothing product evaluation. Fourth, the clothing product evaluation and store loyalty were appeared high by people who had bought PB, PNB and trendy apparels.
A Study on the Symbolic Meaning of Religious Habits in the Korean Catholic Women's Religious Society
Cho Jung-Mee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1078~1089
The purpose of this study was to research of the symbolic meaning. of religious habit in the Korean Catholic Women's Religious Society. The research was carried out by investigating a wide range of document including those on museum of religious society, follow by considering the questionnaire and interviews on the habit. The results were as follow. The action and ceremony relation to religious habit should be expressive of evidence of Jesus, poverty and modesty, protect from external temptation, married with Jesus. External form of the religious habits should be expressive of Vergin Mary, bride of Jesus, york of Jesus, the Sacrament, atonement, innocenc, eternity, confirm one's determination, poverty, rasario, adversity. Symbolic meaning in external form of the religious habit was expressed more definitly, varietly than action and ceremony relation to religious habit by well designed item, detail, color and accessory of habits. All over the world religious societies allowing ordinary clothes but most korean women's religious societies still hold on religious habit. Present style is very simplyfied than the traditional one. But many religious societies make efforts for keeping the symbolic meaning of religious habit.
Development of Work Clothing for the Construction Site
Chang Sun-Ok ; Choi Hei-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1090~1102
The purpose of this study is to develop an improved work clothing which is much safe, comfortable, mobility and convenient than what workers currently wear at construction site. The investigation has been conducted to evaluate current work clothing to grasp any problems, discomforts and damages related to the work clothing. For the best and accurate data, hands-on investigation and a short-interview have been performed at the construction site as well as formulating a questionnaire. The questionnaires was answered by 425 workers and safety manager of 13 different construction site. The result of the questionnaire enables us to design a sample work clothing, many pa π s such as material, pattern and design have been improved. To improve the amenity of heat, the surface of a material was used by
fiber which contains inside dryness function. In order to absorb perspiration on the back the armpits, mesh martial that is mixture of
fiber was used to absorb perspiration in an effective manner. And a sleeve's bottom part and trousers' bottom part's cover method have been changed. Sample work clothing was shorten at the side of upper garment up to 2cm and lengthen the length of the back by 3cm. To reduce the tightness around armpit more room was given in that area. Darts were added to the elbow, the hip, and the knees that also followed an ergonomic pattern. A sample work clothing evaluated an objective assessment and subjective assessment to compare to a current work clothing. Assessment group consists of seven subject groups and nine expert groups to evaluate external appearance and adaptability to the movements. In all aspects of the test, the result of evaluation process of the sample work clothing received more positive assessment than the current work clothing.
Comparative Research on Clothing Consumption Behaviors of Female College Students in Russia and Korea
Pettai Yulia ; Yoh Eun-Ah ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1103~1115
In this study, clothing consumption behaviors of Russian and Korean female college students were compared. Data were collected by conducting surveys in Russia and Korea. In results, Russian female college students spent considerably more money on clothing than did Korean students, compared to the income level. Korean consumers bought clothing mostly in the department stores, whereas Russian consumers preferred large shopping centers, discount stores and traditional markets to shop clothing. As important factors affecting clothing purchase decision, Russian consumers considered country of origin while Korean consumers considered style. Korean consumers were satisfied more on domestic brands than did Russian consumers while Russians were more satisfied with foreign brands than did Koreans. Russian consumers considered diverse factors in forming attitude and buying intention toward domestic and foreign brands. In contrast, Korean consumers' attitude and purchase intention were influenced much by style. Based on study results, marketing implications were provided.
Consumer Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction in Return Process
Park Kyung-Ae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1116~1125
This study investigated consumer satisfaction and dissatisfaction experiences in post-purchase product return process. As an exploratory research the study collected qualitative data of subjective consumer experiences using an open-ended questionnaire and identified and classified themes and patterns of satisfaction and dissatisfaction experiences. A total of 113 cases were categorized into satisfied experiences, unsatisfied experiences, and neutral experiences. Further, satisfied experiences were sub-categorized into kind sales associates, quick and easy return process, and services higher than expected based on sources of satisfaction in the return process while unsatisfied experiences were sub-classified into rejection of return, attitude of sales associates, and hassle of return process. In-store adaptive behaviors and intentions on future behaviors were also observed. The results indicated that service quality in the post-purchase service encounter and consumer expectation were important in determining satisfaction and dissatisfaction in the return process. Insights for research questions were proposed.
The Effect of Consumers' Brand Identification of Fashion Luxury Product on Brand Affect and Brand Loyalty
Kim Soo-Jin ; Chung Myung-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1126~1134
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of brand identification of fashion luxury product on brand loyalty and the mediating effect of brand affect. The questionnaire developed through the literature search and a survey was conducted both in on-line and off-line questionnaire simultaneously. Finally 227 data from women who had a buying experience of fashion luxury products were analyzed using frequency, factor analysis, ANOVA, t-test, regression analysis by SPSS for WIN program. The results were as follows. First, the consumers' brand identification was composed of three factors; actual, ideal, social. Second, the brand identification significantly influenced on the brand loyalty. Third, the brand identification significantly influenced on the brand affect. Fourth, the brand affect significantly influenced on the brand loyalty. Fifth, the brand identification had both direct and indirect effects on brand loyalty mediated by brand affect. The results indicated that causal relationship was existed among these three variables.
The Desired Self-Images and the Fashion Product Unities of Male College Students according to Situation
Bae Hye-Jin ; Chung Ihn-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1135~1145
The purpose of this study was to identify the desired seIf-images of male college students according to situations, and to construct fashion product unities bought by male college students for different situations. Empirical data were collected by self-administered questionnaires distributed to male students at 4 universities and 2 colleges in Daegu and Gyeongbuk area during June 2005, and 346 were analyzed, eliminating incomplete ones. Subjects were required to respond to 32 desired image words in 4 different situations respectively: school, meeting girlfriends, ceremonies, and exercises. As a result of factor analysis on desired self-image words, 5 factors were determined: refined image, sporty image, classic image, natural image and simple image. Based on the desired self-image factors, male college students were classified into 3 groups: selective image management group, passive image management group, and active Image management group. Fashion product unity of male college students for the school setting was consisted of round shirts, jeans, running shoes, bags and watches. Aloha shirts/knitted shirts/V-neck shirts, cotton pants/jeans/semi -formal pants, formal shoes/running shoes and watches were the fashion product unity for the setting of meeting girlfriends. For the setting of ceremonies, the fashion product unity included Y-shirts, formal dress, formal shoes, neckties and watches. And for the setting of exercises, the fashion product unity included cotton shirts, training suits, running shoes/jogging shoes/basketball shoes, armguard and caps.
A Suggestion of the Sizing System for Women‘s Body Suit
Yi Kyong-Hwa ; Kim Jeong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1146~1159
The purpose of this study was to offer body suit sizing system for young women aged 18-24. Many anthropometric measurements and other related data form 418 subjects were analyzed by various statistical methods. As a result of cluster analysis, we categorized somatotypes into 3 types: H-type, A-type, N-type as the most common. Subjects was covered 86.5% by KS body suit sizing system and 33.2% by body suit company. So we considered to produce AAA, AA cup size and small size body suit for raising the coverage. As size distribution by cluster analysis, H-type was mainly distributed
and M, L's hip size. A-type was mostly was ranged
and S, M size. N-type was widely showed
and S, M, L's hip size. Accordingly, it is reasonable to consider size distribution and physical characteristics by these figure types when suggesting sizing system as well as design and production.
Bleaching Treatment of Excavated Costumes and Inference of Missing Fabrics - Conservation Treatment of General Kim’s Costumes -
Lee Mee-Sik ; Hong Moom-Kyung ; Bae Soon-Wha ; Ahn Myung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 30, issue 7, 2006, Pages 1160~1167
The most ideal textile conservation is to block oxygen and light from historical textiles. However it is not possible because historical textiles should be examined, cleaned, restored, and exhibited to find out its historical value. Most of excavated costumes were severely stained and soiled. They are dark yellowish brown in color. To reduce the extent and intensity of the staining and to recover the original color of gray fabrics, bleaching would be required. Conservation treatment was carried out on the 8 historical costumes which belonged to General Duk-Ryung Kim(1567-1596). Two of them do not hold the fabrics. They hold only cotton wool and a little piece of fabrics. Even though these costumes underwent the conservation treatment in 1979, they were stained and needed re-treatment. This time, they were dual-bleached using hydrogen peroxide and sodiumborohydride followed by wet cleaning to reduce the soils and stains. The treatments improved the appearance of costumes. Through the analysis of the trace of fabric, carbonized fabric fragment, and fabrics remained in other garments, we concluded the missing fabrics to be ramie or cotton. It is different result from the primary report concluded to be silk.