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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Nov 1981
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Jul 1981
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Etude sur Ie Costume de Style d'Empire -De 1789
1815 en France-
Kim Ok Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 1~12
Nous avons essaye, dans cette etude, de deceler les caracteristiques de la silhouette du style d'Empire en eclairant it la fois le processus de sa formation ai travers La Monarchie, La Republique, Le Directoire, Le Consulat et l'Empire. Nous avons souligne comme suit: En premier lieu, comme les caracteristiques generaux, la simp lification et la democratisation. En second lieu, comme celles de La Monarchie et de La Republique, la transformation renovatrice en forme grossiere du style cylindriforme de la mode d'epoque ancienne. En troisieme lieu, comme celles du Directoire, la formation de l'unite esthetique au haut degre et les lignes naturelles du corps. En quatrieme lieu, comme celles du Consulat et de l'Empire, l'achevement du style d'Empire d'ornement somptueux refletant l'autorite politique de l'Empereur.
Attitudes toward School Uniform and Clothing Behavior among High School Girls
Kim Young In ; Kahng Hewon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 13~19
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships among the variables of attitudes toward school uniform, three aspects of clothing behavior, self-concept, and selected behaviors. Instruments used to test the hypotheses were 12 items selected from the Behavior Test by Laubach, The Perceptual Orientation Scale by Choi, 14 items to assess the attitudes toward school uniform, and 21 modified items to evaluate conformity, fashion, and modesty in clothing. The questionnaires were completed by 484 2nd grade junior and senior high school girls in Seoul. Statistical analysis was performed using the correlation coefficient,
-tests, and t-tests. The findings could be summarized as follows: 1) Perceptual Orientation and Behavioral Orientation were not significantly related to attitudes toward school uniform. 2) Perceptual Orientation and Behavioral Orientation were negatively related to clothing conformity, 3) Attitudes toward school uniform and clothing behavior were partially different by the grade level and the type of school. 4) Fashion was positively related to conformity, but negatively related to modesty in clothing.
A Study on Skirt Pattern for Women's Clothing
Rim Won Ja ; Choi Hyon Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 21~33
The purpose of this study was to develop a skirt pattern drafting method for korean women between the ages of
on the basis of their physical charcteristics which differs from those of other races in its size and figure. The study procedures and results were as follows; 1. Ten types of convantional skirt patterns were collected and compared to determine the essential measuring items for skirt construction, and to discover what problems are involved. 2. Fourteen items of KIST measurement data were analysed for correlation coefficients, to establish representative items and independent ones. 3. Front waist length and back waist length were additionally measured for supplementary data. 4. A new skirt drafting method was developed based on the results of the pattern comparison and the data analysis. 5. A sensory evaluation was applied to evaluate the new method comparing it with the most widely accepted conventional pattern. An original rating scale was developed for the evaluation and an expert panel consisting of five members judged each shell from 12 subjects by random selection. According to a statistical analysis of the result of the 17 items on the rating scale, 14 items showed significant differences (
0.05) between the two, with the new pattern having better fit. The new pattern drafting method proved to be superior to the conventional one especially in the fitness at the back hip, dart length, side seam balance, and the ease for daily activities.
A Study on the Adhesive Condition of the Nonwoven Fabrics in Sewing of the Leather
Kim Young Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 35~40
This study aims at finding appropriate adhesive conditions with special regard the material of 'fusible padding cloth inter ling' was frequently used for leather. As for leather material, pig suede, sheep suede were selected and drum dyed, cow split, napa have also been used. Mixed spinning non-woven fabric (polyester
) were used as for padding cloth. Experimental appearance has been observed under the following adhesive conditions: Temperature of press were devided four levers;
, respectively. Adhesive time has been limited 5, 10, 15 second each. And the pressure has been conditioned as
continuously. After all this experiment, it was discovered that the material which had long contact with low temperature conditions has similar adhesive power to material that has short contact with high temperature conditions. There is a great difference according to the leather's dying process, the finishing method of the cloth, and the part of leather surface. The best condition for suede are
, at 10 seconds. and for D/D, NAPA,
, at 10 seconds. Although the conditions of
, at 15 seconds was possible for split, the process time can be shortened according to the increase of temperature.
The Responses of Males and Females to the Clothing Behaviors of Women, and Its Relationship with Their Family Values
Choi Soon Hi ; Park Chan Boo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 41~48
The purpose of this study is to examine the responses of males and females to the woman's clothing behaviors and its relationship with their family values. This paper deals with four items such as aesthetics, modesty, fashion, extravagance in clothing behavior, and six items for family values such as influence of family and family government, woman's spheres of activity, economic responsibility, relationships with relatives, organizational activity, and care of the aged. The guestionnaires were given to 470 adult males and females in Seoul-Kyunggi area. Date were analyzed statistically by correlation, t-test. The results were as follows : 1. The females scored significantly higher on the four aspects of woman's clothing behaviors the aesthetics, the modesty, the fashion, the extravagance than did the males. It was found that the females were much interested in woman's clothing behaviors than werethe males. 2. But there were no differences between males and females in order of scoring on the woman's clothing behaviors. 3. The responses of males and females to the woman's clothing behaviors were significantly related to their family values. i) Both the males and females respondents who had greater traditionalism in family values put greater emphasis to the modesty among the woman's clothing behaviors, ii) The males respondents who had great traditionalism in family values put great emphasis to the extravagance among the woman's clothing behaviors, while the females who had great traditionalism in family values put great emphasis to the aesthetics.
A Study on Drapability for Construction of Skirt -Mainly dealing with the Drape-Coefficient and Hem-Effect-
Suh Young Suk ; Park Young Deuk ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 49~53
This study was carried out to investigate the drapability of polyester double jersey skirt Drapability is an important aesthetic properties of fabric on clothing construction, In this thesis weight, shearing, bending and non-isotropic characteristics of fabric were regarded as important factors of drapability, Especially for drapability of skirt, I investigated hem effect on various length of hem and skirt, The results were as follows, 1. The less the weight of fabric was, the greater drapability appeared. On fabrics, large pliability and modulus of shear have good drapability, 2. On clothing cutting, non-isotropic property affected on drapability of clothes remark-ably. Drapability order of clothes was greatest in bias direction, next in wale, course direction, 3. The shorter the skirt length and closer at hem line were the larger the hem effect influence upon the drapability of skirt was.
A Relationship between Visual or Painting Color Preference and Clothing Color of Children
Seo Jeong Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 55~62
In this paper, it has been researched that the relationship between the color preference and the color of their clothing of children. The relationship has been checked by the methods of selecting the favorite color, painting colors on papers and choosing the clothing according to the favorite colors. The results have been summarized as follows : (1) The children preferred to blue. (2) The female children like more red color than the male children. (3) Yellow has the highest preference among ten colors. (4) The children react differently according to the condition of colored substances.
A Study on the Warmth Keeping Properties of Fabrics(II) -Effect of Opening conditions and areas of clothes-
Kim Tae Boon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 63~68
Succeding to Report I, to determine the effect of opening conditions and areas of clothes (
of total area) on the warmth keeping properties, cooling method was employed by using Latin Square Design, The following results were obtained: 1) The warmth keeping ratio was varied with the opening conditions and the: order was downward, upward, horizontal and up & downward opening 2) The size of opening areas was in inverse proportion to the warmth keeping ratio, 3) In the horizontal opening, the thickness of air layers in clothes did not effect on the warmth keeping ratio.
Standardization of Clothing Sizing System
Choi Kyung Jin ; Shon Hyei Sook ; Huh Moon Yeol ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 5, issue 2, 1981, Pages 69~73
With the advance of technology, the order-made clothes gradually give way to ready-made clothes. It is already well-known that more than 80 percentage of Japanese are choosing ready-made clothes while less than 5 persons out of 100 are spending their money and valuable time to have their clothes order-made in the United States. One of the fundamental steps to reach the system of mass production of clothes is recognized as a 'reasonable' sizing system. 'Reasonable' can be interpreted 'optimum' in the sense of minimum loss from both producers and customers. This paper desires the methodology to obtain the sizing system utilizing the human body measurement data, The suggested methodology could be extended to the sizing system for the design of other items including industrial equipments.