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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 8, Issue 3 - Dec 1984
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Aug 1984
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Apr 1984
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An Experimental Study on the Thermal Insulation of the Linin Fabrics
Jeong Young Ok ; Choi Jeong Wha ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 1~11
An attempt was made to determine individual thermal resistances of 2-lining fabrics ad 4-outer fabrics for Korean-styled clothes, and 4-lining fabrics ad 5-outer fabrics for Western-styled clothes at
. The thermal insulation effects for different lining fabrics in Korean and Western-styled clothes were deduced in determining heart rate, rectal temperature, mean skin temperature and microclimates of subjects. The subjects were dressed experimental clothing which were made of lining and outer fabrics in question, and seated in an environmental chamber during the experiment. 1. Thermal resistances of lining fabrics : For Korean-styled clothes. nylon sheer is larger than unzosa. For Western-styled clothes, rayon, acetate, nylon(taffeta) and kalkali in that order. 2. Thermal resistances of lining fabrics combined : with outer fabrics: For Korean-styled clothes. the measured value is larger than the one of simple aggregate value. But in the case of Western-styled clothes, the measured value is smaller than simple aggregate value. 3. The effects of lining on the thermal insulation of the whole clothing: In case when subjects wore unlimited number of underwear, no matter what lining fabrics were used in Korean and Western-styled clothes less thermal insulation effects were indicated. For the case, however, if subjects wore only limited underwear, there are significant differences of thermal insulation between experimental clothings.
The Relationship between Clothing Behavior and Personality Traits among High School Girls
Park Kwang Hee ; Kahng Hewon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 13~19
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between three aspects of clothing behavior ana three personality traits. Personality traits were measured with Chung's Personality Scale. 1 The questionnaire measuring clothing behavior consisted of items designed to assess clothing conformity, importance, and self-concept regarding clothing, This questionnaire was composed of items designed for this study in addition to items selected from questionnaires of such researchers as Sin, Lee, Chung, creekmore, Cheek, and Kim. These questionnaires were administered to 323 high school girls in Seoul. Statistical analysis consisted of correlation and t-test. The results were : 1) Dominance was positively related to self-concept regarding clothing and negatively related to clothing conformity. 2) Emotional stability was positively related to clothing modesty. 3) Sociability was positively related to self-concept regarding clothing. 4) There was no significant difference in clothing behavior between early adolescents and late adolescents.
The Relationship between Clothing Behavior and Perceptual Orientation of Korean High School Boys
Chung Mi Sil ; Kahng Hewon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 21~27
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between perceptual orientation and four aspects of clothing behavior. Perceptual orientation was measured with Choi's Perceptual Orientation Scale, and clothing satisfaction was assessed with Lim and Lee questionnaire. Clothing importance was measured with some items of Kirby's Clothing Attitudes and additional items prepared for this study, Clothing comfort was measured Ivith some items of Creekmore Scales of Eight Clothing Variables and additional items prepared for this study. Clothing conformity was measured by some items of Selker's The Clothing Conformity Inventory and Carpenter's Clothing Opinion Scale and the Kim questionnaire, along with additional items for this study. Altogether 43 items were used. The questionnaire was completed by 480 second year junior and senior high school boys in Seoul. Statistical analysis was performed using the correlation coefficient, t-tests, multiple regression analysis, and analysis of variance. The results were : 1) Perceptual orientation was positively related to clothing satisfaction. 2) Perceptual orientation was negatively related to clothing conformity. 3) Scores of senior high school boys on self-perception and total perception were significantly higher than these of junior high school boys. 4) Clothing satisfaction, clothing conformity and clothing importance were different according to the grade level. That is, junior high school boys had a higher clothing satisfaction ana senior high school boys had a higher clothing conformity and clothing importance score.
A Study on the Change of fine Structure of Hemp Cellulose
Lee UK Ja ; Ryu Duck Whan ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 29~37
This study was investigation of the change of fine structure of hemp cellulose at different growing stages. The samples collected about every eight day were divided into seven groups based on plants height, then they were numbered from 1 to 7 in the order of their height. For this, the degree of crystallinity, orientation and crystallite size were measured by wide angle X-ray diffraction method. The results of this experiment were summerized as follows ; 1) The degree of crystallinity was increased by growth of hemp celtilose to be maximum in sample 5
6. At this stage, the stability of crystals was showed in good states. In addition to, crystallinity index by Segal, Turley and area method showed same tendency as Ruland's. 2) The change of orientation was gradually increased by growth of hemp cellulose. This result was correlated with the degree of crystallinity. Therefore, the change of orientation depend on the degree of crystallinity. 3) On the other hand, the crystallite size was decreased by growth of hemp cellulose. But, increased after sample 4. By the way, crystallite size was interrelated with growth rate.
Studies on the Detergency Characteristics of Triglyceride -Correlating the substrates-
Chung Hae Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 39~45
The effects of Temperature on the removal of triglyceride were studied with soaps having various chain lengths of alkyl group. Cellophane, polyester film and alkali-treated polyester film were soiled with tripalmitin, tagged with 0" and detergency was evaluated by analysing the tripalmitine on the fabric before and after washing by means of liquid scintillation counting. The results were as following: 1) Triglyceride was completely removed from cellophane in distilled water without surfactant at any temperature, because of the hydrophillic nature of cellulose. The detergency of triglyceride from polyester film fully depended on the state of tripalmitin. The detergency of alkali treated polyester film was better than that of untreated polyester film at lower temperature due to increased hydrophillcity, but worse at higher temperature due to the diffusion of molten tripalmitin into the grooves, formed by alkali treatment. 2) The detergency from polyester film was increased with elevating temperature and after reaching some optimum detergencies, the detergencies were rather decreased with increasing temperature. The temperatures of optimum detergency were shifted to higher with increasing chain length of alkyl group. 3) When the soiled film was baked at
for 20 min, the detergency vs. temperature was much the same as the case of without-baking. These results indicate that the detergency of triglyceride was largely correlated with the suspending power of surfactants at low temperature and with state of soil and hydrophilicity of substrates with elevating temperature.
A Study on the Classification of the Somatotype of Korean Females
Nam Yun Ja ; Lee Soon Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 47~56
The purpose of this study was to classify somatotype and to investigate the 15 measurements for the clothing construction. The size of sample was 467 females between age 6 and 60. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was employed to analyze the 15 measurements by group and somatotype. The results of the study were as follows; 1) All the measurements were significantly different among the groups except the Vertebralis angle. 2) Concerning the upper part of the body, Standard somatotype was found more frequently in group IV. V compared with the other, Turning over somatotype in group I. II, Bending somatotype in group VI. VII. VIII. Concerning the under part of the body Standard somatotype was found more frequently in group IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. compared with the other, Forward-turning over somatotype of the lower help body and Turning over somatotype in group I. II. III. when the upper part of the body was turning over somatotype, the under part of the body was generally Turning over somatotype or Forward-turning over somatotype. When the upper part of the body was Bending somatotype, the under part of the body was commonly Forward somatotype.
A Study on Devided Skirt Pattern for Women's Clothing
Cho Sung Hee ; Rim Won Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 57~67
The purpose of this study is to develop a devided skist Pattern drafting method for Korean Women between the ages of 18
24 on the basis of their physical characteristics which differs from those of other races in its size and figure. The study procednras are as follows : 1, A new devided skirt pattern drafting method is developed based on the results of draping to find the essential measuring items for devided skirt construction, 27 items of KAIST measurement data analysis to establish representative and independent items and fitting tests. 2. To establish fittness and comfort in the new pattern comparing it with in a conventional one, asensory evaluation is applied. According to the statistical analysis of the results of the sensory evaluation, the findings are as followings ; 1. Composite reliability coefficient is 0.68. 2. Qut of 30 items, 25 items for fittness show significant differences (pp
0.001) between the two, with the new pattern better fitted, presenting a pleasing appearance in hormony with the figure and contributing to the wearer's sense of wellbeing. 3. Hip crotch and hem dimensions for comfort show significant differences (p
0.05) between the two, with the new pattern more comfortable, but no significant difference is showed between the two in activity variable. 4. The new pattern drafting method is shown in figuke 4.
A Study on the Relationships between Clothing Attitudes and Conservatism - Liberalism
Rhie Young Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 69~74
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between social attitude, attitude toward conformity-individuality, fashion interest, and fashion preference among high school boys and girls and college men and women. The results were : 1. Social attitude was significantly related to attitude toward conformity-individuality and fashion interest. 2. Students who had higher fashion interests prefered fashionable clothing styles. 3. Women had higher fashion interests than men. 4. College students had higher fashion interests and prefered fashionable clothing styles than high school students. 5. Significant interaction between age and sex was found in attitude toward fashionable clothing styles.
A Study on the Clothing Practices of Korean High School Students
Park Woo Mi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 75~84
The main purpose of the study were to investigate a selection motive of clothing and the feeling of wearing of Korean high school students. The results were as follows ; 1. For underwear, the body appearance and the hygienical aspect were shown as important factors in a selection motive of clothing. And the property of matter and hygienical aspect were shown as important factors in the feeling of wearing. 2. For outwear, a functionality and the psychological aspect were shown as important factors in a selective motive of clothing. And a exeroise and the psychological aspect were shown as important factors in the feeling of wearing. 3. For skirt, the psychological aspect was shown as an important factor in a selection motive of clothing and the feeling of wearing. For pants, a functionality was shown as an important factor in a selection motive of clothing. 4. A exercise was shown as an important factor in the feeling of wearing with the silhouette of outwear. 5. The hygienical aspect was shown as an important factor in the demand of selection motive of clothing for comfort.
A Study on the Modesty in Clothing and Clothing Values of Male and Female University Students
Chung Myung Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 85~94
The purpose of this study was to see if a relationship existed between the level of modesty in clothing ana clothing values of male and female university students. The difference between sex was also investigated. A questionnaire composed of Engelbrecht's 'Modesty in relation to women's dress' and Creekmore's 'Measure of eight clothing values' was administerd to 1, 100 students and the data from 888 respondents (466 male, 422 female) was analyzed by t-tests. findings were as follows : 1. There was no significant difference between male and female in the level of modesty in clothing. 2. Each score of sensory, economic. social, theoretical, and religious clothing value of male students was significantly high and exploratory, aesthetic and politicalclothing value score of female students was significantly high at the .005 level of confidence. 3. Each score of sensory economic, theoretical and religious clothing value was significantly high in Modest group and exploratory, aesthetic and political clothing value in Immodest group was significantly high at .005 level of confidence.
A Study on the Warmth Keeping Properties of Fabrics(lV) - The Effect of Moisture Content in Air layers-
Kim Tae Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 1, 1984, Pages 95~106
This experiment was conducted to determine the heat loss by the amount of perspiration from human body. Warmth keeping ratio determined by using cooling methods were as follows ; 1) The higher amount of moisture evaporation, the higher amount of heat loss was resulted 2) The cold feeling was found at the level of moisture content in clothes above 0.017 cc/
(amount of moisture evaporation;
) 3) There was no relationship between the characteristics of fabrics(kinds, density, were factor, moisture transpiration) and heat loss at the same moisture content.