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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 on the Social Reasons Affecting to Korean Baik-Eui
Lee Myoung Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 1~7
Baik-Eui is the white clothes and Korean typical way of wearing, Baik-Eui was used by the over 80
90 percents of people, which proves that Baik-Eui was the very clothes of common people. Moreover, even King himself in Koryo Dynasty is said to have worn white clothes when he was out of official hours. And wearing Baik-Eui was regarded as polite manners among the noble men in Yi Dynasty in spite of strict prohibitions of wearing it. That fact proves that it was loved by Korean people in general. Baik-Eui can be found its origin from many peoples of North East Asia in ancient time. Some say that wearing Baik-Eui is considered as a kind of worship of the sun, or purity of Korean people. But from the economical point of view, Baik-Eui was primitive in it's color. It means that their clothes were made from original clothes, not dyed. This study on the social reasons affecting to Baik-Eui, they are summarized as follows; 1. This Baik-Eui had been originated from the ancient economical and rigid circumstances of society. Everlasting poverty and diprivation of joy in life of Korean naturally made them have inclination of wearing it 2. Also common people were restricted in their choice of dress color by government. Even rich could not wear a colored clothes except the dyes permitted by them. 3. Socially, People wore white clothes through various kinds of ceremony, among which funeral was the most important. As we had the large family system, and usually the funeral at that time was longer in its period than now. Thus, Korean got accustomed to wear whit clothes more and more.
A Study on the Garment's Ease of Slacks Made of Different Materials
Lee Jung Sook ; Ham Ok Sang ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 9~15
This study was conducted to examine the relation between the clothing materials and the garment's ease under wearing condition. Wearing test of slacks in the same pattern which were made of 3 woven fabrics and 1 knitted fabric have teen carried out. Subjects were 5 female students. Some physical properties of these fabrics were investigated. The following results were obtained. 1, By analysis variance with the results of sensory test which was tested by paired com-parison method, it was obtained that the effect of materials on the garment's ease were significant at the
level on every part of stacks and posture of subject. It indicates that there is a difference of materials from materials in garment's ease. 2. Significant at the
level among the materials. Jersey and Jean were looser than the other two materials. Clothing materials have considerable effect on the garment's ease of slacks, therefore it was noticed that the ease of slacks must have considered the clothing materials. It is more necessary in working dress. 3. Elastic recovery of width was more contributive to garment's ease of slacks than any other physical properties.
The Relationship between Body Cathexis and Clothing Behavior of Korean Middle-aged Women
Lee Young Yun ; Kahng Hewon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 17~24
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between body cathexis and five aspects of clothing behavior. Body cathexis was measured by Secord and Jourard's Body Cathexis Scale, fit in clothing was measured by Mclean's questionnaire, and three aspects of clothing were assessed with Lee, Lim, Lee, and Kahng questionnaire dealing with clothing satisfaction, status symbol, and fashion interest. Preference for fashion style was determined by line drawings of clothing designs representing current fashion and non-current fashign. The questionnaires were administered to a sample of middle-aged women (40
64 year of age) in Seoul. The data for 351 respondents were analyzed by correlation and t-test. The results were : 1) Body cathexis was positvely related to clothing satisfaction for early middle-aged women as well as advanced middle-aged women. 2) Body cathexis was positively related to fit in clothing for early middle-aged women as well as advanced middle-aged women. 3) Fashion interest was positively related to preference for fashion style in early middle-aged women, 4) Scores of early middle-aged women on body cathexis, fit in clothing and preference for fashion style were significantly higher than those of advanced middle-aged women, that is, early middle-aged women had a higher self-satisfaction with body cathexis and fit in clothing. They also preferred modern fashions in contrast to be advanced middle-aged sample.
Consumer Awareness of and Preference for Flame Retardant Apparel
Darden Leatha ; Kim Yongsook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 25~32
Some Factors Affecting on the Redeposition of Particulate Soil
Bae Hyun Sook ; Kim Sung Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 33~40
The removal and redeposition of particulate soil occur simultaneously during the washing process. In order to investigate variables which affect on the redeposition of particulate soil, cotton lawn was soiled in the ion oxide black suspension using Launder-O meter. The amount of deposited soil was estimated by means of the spectrometric analysis of iron on the fabric after soiled. The results are as follows: 1. The presence of surfactants b suspension decreased the deposition of particulate soil and the most effective surfactant was soap and the descending order was NaDBS>CTAB>PONPE. 2. The influnce of temperature on soil deposition was considerable, soil deposition was gradually increased with elevating temperature in ionic surfactants solution such as NaDBS and CTAB but that was decreased above
in nonionic surfactant solution. 3. The tendency of soil deposition was dwindled by adding electrolytes especially in case of polyvalent anions. 4. From the results of the experiments redeposition of particulate soil was related with suspending power of surfactants and was influenced by factors varing zeta potential.
Attitudes toward Unisex Clothing
Kim Jae Sook ; Park Chun Soon ; Lee Young Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 41~48
The purposes of this study were (1) to investigate the relationships among the variables of unisex attitudes toward clothing, sex-role identification, hobbies and preferences, age, and educational level and (2) to find out any significant differences in the acceptance of unisex clothing between rural and urban residents and between males and females. The following results were obtained by interviewing 127 females and 117 males. (1) The acceptance of unisex clothing for females was generally higher than for males. (2) Younger and more educated persons had higher tendency in the acceptance of unisex clothing. (3) Persons with higher unisex attitude toward sex-role identification showed higher acceptance of unisex clothing and persons with higher unisex attitude toward hobbies and preferences seemed to have higher acceptance of unisex clothing for females. (4) Females showed higher tendency in the acceptance of unisex clothing for females than for males. (5) No significant differences were found in the acceptance of unisex clothing between rural and urban residents.
The Factorial Structure Analysis of the Criteria on Clothing Selection
Park Eun Joo ; Lee Eun Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 49~55
The purpose of this study was to analyze the factorial structure of the criteria on clothing selection. Data were obtained from 219 housewives in Seoul. 95 likert type questions were selected from the existing questionnaires and from the open end questions. The items were analyzed for discriminating power, followed by the factor analysis. 57 items were subjected to the principal component analysis with orthogonal rotation after extraction of 5 major factors. 47 items were found to be significantly loaded to at least one of the five factors. The factors had the following characteristics: Factor I. The persons scoring high on this factor would invest time and energy in their clothes to achieve their image and individuality. They were interested in clothes, appearance and fashion. Factor II. The persons scoring high on this factor were more concerned about the practicality of clothing, such as ease-of-care, comfort, texture and quality of fabric. They would not select the clothes which soiled easily and would not perform as expected. Factor III. High scores on this factor were associated with the eagerness to get the cloth-ing value for the money. They would make a long plan to buy an expensive clothing and choose a unique clothing regardless of fashion. Factor IV. A high score on this factor was suggestive of modesty. They were willing to buy inconspicuous clothes, such as dark or muted colors, small prints and conservative styles. Factor V. High scores on this factor were characterized by the desire for conformity and approval of their friends. This result may be used to develop an instrument to measure the criteria on clothing selection of consumer.
A Study of the Basic Bodice Pattern for Elementary Schoolgirls
Lee Sook Nyeu ; To Jai Un ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 6, issue 2, 1982, Pages 57~67
The purpose of this study was to improve the clothing life of the children between the nine to twelve by making a scientific and rational basic bodice pattern. The comparison of the eight pattern drafting currently used in Korea was referred in order to make new basic pattern. Three hundred fifty-two subjects from 9 to 12 years old in Seoul area were measured on 19 items. The measurements (24 items including 19 measured items and 5 drafted items that were difficult to measure) were analyzed by mean values and correlation coefficients between each item. This new pattern attempted to set the ease for clothing from experiments of the changes of body surface in motion. On the basis of the above results, a new bodice basic pattern was developed and tested with wearing three times. Through the experiments in measuring the changes of the body surface in motion, it was concluded that it desirable to set a standard of 12cm clothing ease on the bust circumference and 4cm on the waist circumference. The correlation coefficient of the tack width to across back was relatively high (r= .677), therefore, the latter measuring items were eliminated. A grading method was adopted to determine the width and depth of neckline and shoulder slope.