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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 8, Issue 3 - Dec 1984
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Aug 1984
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Apr 1984
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A Study on the Relationship Between Personality Traits and Clothing Interest of Girls' High School Students
Yoo Kwan Soon ; Shin Sang Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 1~9
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between personality traits ana clothing interest in girls' high school students The results were as follows : 1. In the personality traits of higher groups, the subjects scored highest in Sociability followed by Ascendancy and Self-Confidence in a descending order. In the clothing interest, the subjects scored highest in clothing interest of shopping followed by clothing interest of design & fashion, clothing interest of construction, clothing interest of management and clothing interest of psychological aspect in a descending order. 2. There was partially significant relationship between personality traits and clothing into rest. 3. There were highly significant relationships among clothing interest subscales. Specially, there was the highest significant relationship between clothing interest of design & fashion and clothing interest of shopping. 4. There was partially significant relationship between clothing interest and background of home.
A Study on Fashion Leadership Among Married Women - Fashion Leadership as Related to social Participation, Mass Comunication, and socioeconomic Level-
Kim Young Sook ; Kim Min Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 11~17
The purpose of this study was to explore the characteristics of Fashion leadership in relation to social partipation, mass communication, and socioeconomic level among married women living in Seoul. Fashion opinion leadership was measured by Schrank Fashion Opinion Leadership Inventory. Fashion Preference Scale was designed to determinefashion innovativeness. Social parti-cipationana mass communication were assessed by selected items from the inventory of Summer and Kim. Hollingshead's two-factor index and weighting system was selected to assess socioeconomic level. The questionnaires were adminstered to a random sample of married women in Seoul. The date for 214 respondents were analyzed by Pearson correlation, analysis of variance, and t-teat. The results were as followers : 1) Fashion opinion leadership was significantly related to fashion preference. 2) Fashion leadership was significantly related to social participation, mass communication, socioeconomic level. 3) There was a significant difference between fashion leadership and age. 4) Women's occupation had little influence on fashion opinion leadership as well as fashion preference.
The Effect of Seam Balance on Seam Puckering
Oh Hee Sun ; Kim Tae Hoon ; Cho Cha ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 19~25
The experiment was undertaken to investigate the optimum condition in the effect of seam balance on seam puckering. Four kinds of fabrics were sewed with three kinds of yarns which were used with a seam balance of 90, 100, 110 and
. In this experiment, the following conclusions were obtained; The best appearance was achieved by a seam balance of
in Cotton fabrics,
in Rayon fabrics,
in Polyester fabrics and
in Wool fabrics after laundering.
Tendenzen der Herrenmode im 19. Jahrhundert in Europa
Yang Sook hi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 27~40
Die Geschichte des Kostums steht in unmittelbarem odor mittelbarem Zusammenhang mit der allgemeinea historischen Entwicklung derjenigen Lander und sozialen Schichten, die das kulturclle Gesicht und damit auch die Entwicklung der Mode einer Epoche bestimmen. Im 19. Jahrhundert war das Burgertum in Europa die herrschende soziale Schicht und daher auch modisch tonangebend. Die Mode des Burgertums zeigte demokratisierende Tendon-zen: Vereinfachung der Ausstattung und der Formen, wobei sich die Proportionen der Kleidung so gut wie moglich den des Korpers anpaBten. Die Herrenmode beugte sich zunehmend den For-derungen nach ZweckmaBigkeit; dab galt zumindest fur den Tagesanzug, der immer mehr zum Arbeitsanzug wurde und sick damit der Mannerkleidung der arbeinden Schicht annahrte. Die Industrialisierung trug ebenfalls dazu bei, daB die modischen und sozialen Previlegien in der Kleidung sich verminderten : die Textil-und Konfektionsindustrie muBte sich zwangs-laufig auf die Bedurfnisse der Massen und auf deren Wunsch einstellen. In der Herrenmode setzte sich die Tendenz zu funktionaler Einfachheit und Gradlinigkeit durch, d.h. funktional uberflussige Teile wie z.B. die Vielzahl der Kragen, Knopfreihen, uberlange SchoBe verschwanden ; an die Stelle der Farbenfreude trat ein einfaches, einhei-tliches Grau, Schwarz, Blau und Braun. Diese Vereinfachung wurde zum Ausdruck der zunehmenden Demokratisierung, wurde aber zugleich auch Voraussetzung fur eine neue Differnzierung des KlassenbewuBtseins. Zum Statussymbol wurden die auffalliges Erscheinen vermeidende Eleganz und das Arrangement der einzelnen Kleidungsstucke zu einem har-monischen Ganzen; elegante Kleidung weist ihren Trager aus als Kenner des Modetrends und damit als zugehorig zum Kreis der modeavancierten Schicht. Diese Ambivalenz bestimmt auch die Mode des 20. Jahrhunderts.
Study on the Technique of Weaving Fabrics in Korea( I ) -focused on hemp and ramie of the Three Kingdoms and the Korea Dynasty-
Min Gil Ja ; Lee Soon Mee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 41~46
Ancient Korean and China litteratures show us that it has been long since people from humbler classes to king most commonly used bast fabrics as materials of their cloth. According to the record of these ancient litteratures, highly developed fine bast fabrics and those woven in figures were used as tribute between ancient Korea and China. In this study we will make a brief research of the history of bast fabric culture from ancient times to the Korea Dynasty in which the bast fabric culture flourished and reached the summit of prosperity. After having compared the bast fabric culture of ancient Korea with that of ancient China in which the bast fabric culture developed very much and bast fabrics were used more commonly as materials of cloth than any other fabrics, we could come to conclusions as follows. 1. Names were given to bast fabrics according to the kinds of bast fibers, the degree of fineness and the containing of figures: Ma-po, Jeo, Jeo-po, Bag-jeo-po, Moon-jeo-po, Po and Se-po. The number of 'Seung' which indicated the degree of fineness was attached to the top of each name to show how fine they are. 2. While the bast fabric of 30 Seung is known to be the most fine one of the ancient China, in ancient Korea fine bast fabric of higher than 30 Seung was woven. This fact proves that the technique of weaving bast fabrics of the ancient Korea was more highly developed than that of ancient China. 3. In ancient China the highest Seung number of the ordinary clothes which were put on after putting off livery of grief was regulated to be 15. But in ancient Korea, Sil-la, it was regulated to be 28. Judging from this fact, we may say that the consumption level of the ancient Korean people in cloth was higher than that of the ancient China people. 4. The reason why in ancient Korea the technique of weaving bast fabrics was so highly developed is suppoed to be that the ancient Korean people preferred elegant, refine and simple taste in cloth. 5. The excellent bast fabric culture of the ancient Korea flowed into ancient Japan. It proves that Korea played an important part in the history of textile development of the world.
A Study on the Mechanical Properties and the Handle of Fabrics -On the blend ratio and weight of summer suits-
Kim Duk Ly ; Park Jeang Whan ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 47~57
Effect on the hand value and mechanical properties of blend ratio and weight had been investigated Oil summer suits for men. Relation between the mechanical properties and the deformation in behavior was also studied. The mechanical properties which influence the hand values and total hand value had been discussed and the relation between mechanical properties, hand values and fabric count had, too. As result, the following conclusions had been obtained. 1) The values of tensile properties increased with the increase of blend ratio of wool. The values of surface properties increased according to the increase of blend ratio of polyester. 2HB(bending properties) of polyester/wool blend showed higher value than that of
wool, but there was no change in the shearing properties according to the blend ratio. The values of stiffness, crispness and anti-drape stiffness of blend fabric showed higher values than those of
wool fabric. The value of fullness (including softness) of blend fabric showed lower value than that of
wool fabric. 2) The correlation between hand values and mechanical properties showed following order. in stiffness : bending properties>surface properties in crispness: surface properties>bending properties in anti-drape stiffness: bending properties>surface properties>shearing properties.
피복의 기능과 피복재료의 성능
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 8, issue 2, 1984, Pages 59~65