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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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The Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 37, Issue 8 - Dec 2013
Volume 37, Issue 7 - Oct 2013
Volume 37, Issue 6 - Aug 2013
Volume 37, Issue 5 - Jul 2013
Volume 37, Issue 4 - Jun 2013
Volume 37, Issue 3 - Apr 2013
Volume 37, Issue 2 - Feb 2013
Volume 37, Issue 1 - Jan 2013
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Comparison of Ideal versus Actual Fashion Corporate Social Responsibility from a Consumer Perspective
Ahn, Soo-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 631~644
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.631
This study investigates the gaps between ideal and actual corporate social responsibility (CSR) by comparing levels of CSR perceptions and examining the relationship differences between CSR perception, perceived quality, and affective trust from a consumer perspective. Data from 315 adult samples were collected through a nationwide online survey. In order to compare ideal and actual CSR, the study employed the approach of latent means analysis (LMA) and multi-group comparisons within the framework of a structural equation modeling (SEM). The result of latent means comparison showed significant differences of perceptions on fashion CSR across ideal and actual contexts. Only actual economic CSR was evaluated higher than in the ideal context and the effect size of inter-management CSR was the largest among seven domains. Multi-group SEM revealed a significant discrepancy between ideal and actual CSR structural models that exhibited relationships of CSR perception, perceived quality, and affective trust. The paths from internal management and ethical CSR to perceived quality and from economic and philanthropy CSR to affective trust were different across ideal and actual contexts. Implying the understanding of consumer CSR perceptions and the mediating role of perceived quality, this study suggests that marketers narrow the gap between ideal and actual CSR.
Perception of High Functional Underwear According to Innovation Cues: Perception Difference of Reference Price, Preference, Quality and their Relationships
Chung, Ihn Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 645~654
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.645
This study investigated the difference of reference price, preference and quality perception of high functional underwear according to innovation cues. High functional underwear was selected as a research stimulus due to its technological innovative characteristics. A total of 93 male university students participated as subjects and data were collected by simple random experimental design operationalized with three types of innovation stimulus cues. Two types of internal reference price perception-expected price and fair price, preference, and 9 items of product quality perception-8 functional properties and overall quality of stimulus were measured with a questionnaire. The result supported the difference of reference price and quality perception by product innovation cue. The higher cue level group perceived two types of reference price and the overall quality higher than the lower cue level group. The difference of the expected price and fair price, the influence of functional properties on overall quality, and relations of the variables were discussed in depth.
Size Analysis on Disposable Protective Coveralls
Jeon, Eunkyung ; Moon, Jeehyun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 655~666
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.655
Disposable protective coveralls that cover the entire face and body are essential for operations in contaminative or dangerous environments. This research studied disposable protective coveralls on Korean market in order to improve the products that agricultural workers wear. We investigated the size specifications of 22 disposable protective coverall products sold in Korean markets and analyzed how well the size specifications cover Koreans' sizes by comparing and analyzing the size specifications with Korean body measurements and Korean standards for protective clothing. We analyzed the consistency, regularity, and fitness to body measurements of Koreans for each size by measuring the sizes of 15 different parts for 22 products each. Current disposable protective coverall products for the Korean market are unsuitable for Korean body measurements, especially women's. It was expected that wearers would be unable to choose products that fit their bodies well just by the offered size specifications due to a lack of regularity between the measurements for each size. In this result, it was assumed that the development of KS standards and the coverall pattern that reflect the body measurements of Koreans are needed.
Fracture Morphology of Degraded Historic Silk Fibers Using SEM
Bae, Soon Wha ; Lee, Mee Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 667~675
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.667
After analyzing excavated
century silk fibers through a scanning electron microscopy, we discovered seven different kinds of fracture morphology. Using Morton & Hearle fiber fracture morphology, we classified the findings into four different categories. Type I is tensile failure resulting from brittle fracture, granular fracture, and ductile fracture. Type II is fatigue failure caused by tensile fatigue, flex fatigue, and axial split (fibrillation). Type III is bacterial deterioration discovered only in excavated artifacts. Type IV is a combination of the three above. Humid underground conditions and the infiltration of bacteria caused the fibers to swell and weaken its interfibrillar cohesion. Fractures occur when drying and processing an excavated artifact that is already in a fragile condition. Therefore, one must minimize damage through a prompt cleaning process and make sure that the least possible force is exerted on the fabric during any treatment for repair and exhibition.
Tradition and Transformation of Batik in Indonesia
Kim, Soon-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 676~690
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.676
This study explored the historical meaning and the present practices of Indonesian batik. Relevant literature was reviewed first; subsequently, interviews and observations were conducted to achieve the purpose of the study. Historically, batik was an integral part of the Javanese court art as well as a representation of each regional culture. Batik also became an important means to reveal a national identity in postcolonial Indonesia in the 1950s. There exist two types of traditional and modern type batik in present Indonesia. The traditional batik refers to batik tulis, batik cap, and the combination of tulis and cap. The modern batik is comprised of a batik print as well as the combination of the print and the traditional batik. The traditional batik was practiced at the small-sized village batik workshops and in the government batik research center. A few batik workshops often co-operate with modern screen print factories; however, the use natural dyes for the dyeing of batik cloth is rarely found. Batik was used for varied objects made from fabric materials that include clothing, small fashion items, living supplies and furniture, as well as fine art such as paintings and wooden crafts.
A Study on Fashion Souvenir Ornament Design for Female Dolls with the Application of Relic and Painting Motifs in the Late Goryeo Period -Focus on Investigated Design and Costume Coordination-
Choi, Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 691~703
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.691
The costume culture of ladies in late Goryeo is an important and rare source for cultural fashion souvenir design. This study investigates the historical costume design sources of late Goryeo to suggest high quality traditional and practical ornament souvenir designs for female dolls as well as examples of coordination with doll costumes. The costume culture of late Goryeo contained golden Buddhism and a revival of
century Goryeo costume characteristic after the period of Mongolian influences from the Yuan. The main sources for doll ornament designs are
century Buddhist paintings, a few ornament relics of Goryeo, ancient literature, and portraits of ladies in the
century that originated from five doll's traditional ornaments (lotus hairpin, cloud-shaped hairpin, Buddhist flower hair ornament, vase-shaped Binyeo, and bell of animalhuman face) and three wig designs (wigs from Buddhist paintings and portraits, and hairpiece) with bleached gilding silver, silk, various gemstones and synthetic hair. These doll ornament and wig designs imply the symbol of Buddhism, exorcism, and costume culture of
century Goryeo ladies that can be matched with two doll gowns, half-sleeved jacket, skirt, two Jogoris, apron, under trousers as formal, semi-formal, and town-wear according to the T.P.O of late Goryeo; in addition, five ornaments can be used as owner's ornaments. The partial changing colors and materials due to the characteristics of doll ornament goods as well as better communication between researcher and constructor remain to be improved.
The Effects of Mothers' Childrearing Attitudes on Consumer Socialization and the Evaluation of Children's Character Fashion Products
Kang, Keang-Young ; Jin, Hyun-Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 704~714
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.704
Diverse characters have been recently used in fashion products for children. The degree to which parents accept children's opinions or attitudes when they engage in dialogue may be connected with consumer socialization and affect the criteria for the evaluation of character fashion products. This study examined the effects of mothers' childrearing attitudes on consumer socialization and the evaluation criteria for character fashion products for children. A questionnaire was conducted via the Internet on 310 mothers with children aged between four and twelve. The results of the study showed: First, childrearing attitudes were divided into four dimensions: hostility, autonomy, acceptance, and control. Consumer socialization was divided into communication in regards to consumption, consumption control, and the awareness of social relations. The evaluation criteria for character fashion products for children were divided into educational/utilitarian values, emotional values, and social values. Second, mothers were divided into an acceptance group, a moderation group, and a hostility group based on childrearing attitudes. The group with hostile childrearing attitudes had control over their children's consumption and were conscious of others in the process of consumption. The group with accepting childrearing attitudes considered educational/utilitarian values and emotional values when they purchased character fashion products for children. The group with hostile childrearing attitudes considered social values. Third, autonomous childrearing attitudes had the largest influence on communication in regards to consumption. Controlling childrearing attitudes had the largest influence on consumption control and the awareness of social relations. Controlling childrearing attitudes had the largest influence on social/utilitarian and emotional values; however hostile childrearing attitudes had the largest influence on social values.
Comfort and Physical Properties of Linen Blended Knitted Fabrics
Yea, Su Jeong ; Song, Wha Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 37, issue 5, 2013, Pages 715~723
DOI : 10.5850/JKSCT.2013.37.5.715
This develops a new and advanced S/S knitwear material made of linen/bamboo blended yarn. Linen/bamboo knitted fabrics were compared with linen/polyester knitted fabrics in terms of appearance as well as physical and comfort properties. Rib knitted fabrics were remarkably thicker than plain knitted fabrics. Knitted fabrics based on polyester yarns were heavier than those based on bamboo yarn. The porosity decreased in the following order: linen 100% > bamboo 100% > polyester 100%. The drape properties of bamboo 100% and linen/bamboo knitted fabrics were excellent. The pilling resistances of linen 100% and linen/bamboo knitted fabrics were excellent. The highest and lowest air permeability was observed in the case of linen/bamboo knitted fabrics and polyester 100% knitted fabrics, respectively. The instant cool-feeling was enhanced as the bamboo yarns were blended. The thermal conductivity of linen 100% knitted fabrics was the highest and the thermal conductivity of linen/bamboo knitted fabrics was higher than linen/polyester knitted fabrics. Bamboo 100% knitted fabrics showed a higher moisture regain than polyester 100% knitted fabrics. The results confirmed the superior appearance and comfort of a novel S/S knit wear material made of linen/bamboo knitted fabric.