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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 6, Issue 2 - Nov 1982
Volume 6, Issue 1 - May 1982
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A Study of the Relationship between Self-Concept and Clothing Behavior of Adult Males
Lee Kyung Son ; Kahng Hewon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 1~8
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between self-concept and clothing behavior of adult males. Measures selected for this study consisted of the clothing satisfaction, clothing exhibitionism and fashionability scale developed by author and Chung self-concept scales. The questionnaires were distributed to the three groups of adult males in Seoul. Data from 532 respondents, (171 bankers, 181 businessmen and, 180 teachers) were analyzed by correlations and F-tetss. The results were: 1) A significant positive relationship was found between total positive self and the satisfaction of clothing. 2) A significant positive relationship was found between self-criticism and the exhibitionism of clothing. 3) A significant positive relationship was found between physical self and the exhibitionism of clothing. 4) Significant difference was found on an aspect of clothing behavior among the occupational groups: the bankers and businessmen were more interested in fashion than the teachers. 5) As for the criterion used on the purchase of clothing for five occasions, comfort was most important factor for the clothing selection.
The Effects of Builders on Calcium Deposition on the Fabric
Park Moon He ; Kahng Hewon ; Kim Sung Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 9~15
The influence of builders on calcium deposition on the fabric was studied by laundering the cotton fabric with sodium carbonate, sodium metasilicate, sodium tripolyphosphate and built detergents in hard water. The laundry variables were: 1) Washing cycles: 5, 10, 20, 30 and 40 cycles. 2) Water hardness: 100 ppm, 150 ppm, 200 ppm and 300 ppm. 3) Builders:
and STPP. 4) Detergents: Na-DBS,
. The fabric was washed for 15 minutes at 23+
in a washing machine(Gold Star WP 3007) under the similar condition with those of home laundering, and rinsed 3 times in the same water hardness for 5 minutes. The calcium deposits on the fabric was determined by EDTA-BACK titration methods. The results of this study were as follows: 1) The amount of calcium deposits on the fabric was increased with increasing wash cycles. This deposit was due to the build up of insoluble calcium carbonate. 2) As the water hardness increased, the amount of calcium deposits on the fabric was increased. 3) Alkaline builders, such as,
, promoted calcium deposition on the fabric, however STPP prevented calcium deposition on the fabric. 4) Fabric laundered with
showed the highest calcium deposits on the fabric, and decreased with the order of
, and Na-DBS. And fabrics washed with phosphate-built detergents showed a small amount of calcium deposition.
Studies on Interlining -The change of the physical properties based on the weight polyethylene resin of the fusible interlining-
Cho Kyung Aee ; Yoo Duk Whan ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 17~26
This article aims to determine the interrelation among exfoliation strength, the repeated laundry number, the coefficient of friction and the cover factor about the fusible interlining produced by using different amount resin. The practicality of stiffness and warmth of the fusible interling were examined. The results are summarized as follows: 1) As a factor that affecting the exfoliation strength of fusible interlining, the coefficient of friction and the cover factor about the fusible interlining produced by using different amount resin. (2) Regardless of the weight of the resin, the exfoliation strength of fusible interlining declined gradually as the repeated laundry number increased. This tendency arises much more in the case of the filament yarn fabric than in that of the spun yarn fabric. The stability of the exfoliation strength was better, regardless of the increase of the repeated laundry number, when the weight of the weight of the resin was 10 g/
. (3) The spun yarn fabric, which has more fuzz than the filament yarn fabric, is more suitable for the fabric of fusible interlining. The smaller the cover factor difference between the face cloth and the interlining cloth, the stronger the exfoliation strength. (4) When the stability of the shape is a necessary factor in the consumption of the fusible interlining, a resin weight of 20 g/
is the most suitable; however when stiffness and warmth are necessary factors, a resin weight of 10 g/
is the most suitable.
A Study of the Person ana Costume; Effects on the Formation of First Impression
Lee In Ja ; Song Sun Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 27~38
The purpose of this research was to find out the effects of the person and costume on the formation of first impression. 4 Models were choosen who had sporty, intellectual, social and cute impression. Tried on them sporty, intellectual, social and cute costumes, 16 pictures of them were taken four ty four method, and those were shown to 640 college girl students in Seoul to check the change of impression. The results are as follows : 1) The sporty costume to he perceived as sporty than either the social or intellectual and cute costume. 2) The social person to he perceived as social than either the sporty on intellectual and cute person. 3) The intellectual costume to be perceived as intellectual than either the sporty or social & cute costume. 4) The cute costume to be perceived as cute than either the sporty or social and intellectual costume.
A Study on Middle and High School Girls' Tendencies in Selecting Clothes
Lee Sun Jae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 39~49
This treatise deals with teen-agers' tendencies in selecting clothes, upon the recent liberalization measures of dress restriction. in regard to girl students' uniforms inmiddle and high schools, effective 1983. Results of my poll of 430 inquirees on the subject is outlined as follows; The surveyees have a preference for wearing box-style upper garments with a round-neck line and ribbon/tie collar. They also prefer to wear shirt cuffs mainly in set-in sleeve style. A straight skirt silhouetting the body line is anticipated to be longer in length than the knee line by 2 or 3 cm's. A dressy or sporty look would be most welcome, too. The ensemble of blue jeans and T-shirt blouse would be usual wear during school attendance. The reason why they like to choose trousers is considered to stem from the unisex look in fashion rather economical and practical purposes. Clothes material tends to be natural fabrics, single-colored and non-patterned. Color needs to be in a subdued mood, tuned with the same color and of neutral tint. In styling, emphasis is to be placed on femininity. In particular, the middle school girls wish to intensify 'Har-mony' in style while the high school misses are concerned with 'Individuality.'
A Study on the Body Proporton for Clothing Construction
Jeon Kyung Sook ; Lee Soon Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 51~59
Growth is marked by changes in body shape as well as in body size. Increase in size is described quantitatively by increments over time : changes in shape are complex and perhaps are not possible to quantify satisfactorily. Simply to define or describe static body shape quantitatively is difficult, and traditionally simple ratios or indices have been used. In order to find out the body proportion and the body type of the Korean males and females from 6 to 24 years, the material of measurements obtained by the Korean Body-build Investigations (measured in 1979) was calculated and analyzed. The results are as follows: 1. The growth of the trunk part of the body precedes that of the lower part. Comparing the growth rate of male and female, the latter is higher than the former, especially in 12. 2. When a comparison is made between 6, 9, 12, 15 years and grown-ups(20
24 years) with their respective stature's taken as 100, then values of these children are larger in the measurements related with head, acromial and waist height but smaller in lower extremities than these of the grown-ups. 3. Body proportion changes gradually from infant to adult body type indicating different phases each sex.
A Study on the Acoustical Characteristics of Curtain Fabrics (Part 2) -by Transmission Coefficient-
Cho Hynn Hok ; Chung Un Ja ; Kang Kyung Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 61~66
Succeeding to Report 1, to compare folded curtain fabrics with curtain fabrics, the sound pressure level (SPL) of folded curtain fabrics were measured by sound level meter. Transmission coefficient was calculated by the ratio of incidence sound intensity and transmission sound intensity. The relationship between these values and factors (drape coefficient, porosity) relating to the structure of curtain fabrics were investigated experimentally. The following results were obtained: 1. The transmission coefficient by ratio of sound pressure level was lower than that by ratio of sound intensity. 2. In folded curtain fabrics, difference of SPL was smaller and transmission coefficient generally decreased. 3. The relation between the porosity and transmission coefficient of curtain fabrics is given as plus correlation.
Comfort Finishing on Synthetic Fibers
Ryu Hyo-Seon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 1, 1982, Pages 67~72