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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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Volume 2, Issue 4 - Nov 2000
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섬유산업 기술인력 양성을 위한 교육방법 개선에 관한 조사연구
Park, Sang-Joo ; Kim, Hee-Sam ; Kim, Mi-Sun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 287~299
The Characteristics of Upper Body on Obese Boys
Cho, Youn-Joo ; Lee, Jeong-Ran ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 300~307
The purpose of this study was to classify and analyze the body type of obese boys who are school year for 9 to 11 years. A total of 49 body measurements were collected for this study including both direct and indirect measurements (33 variables from the direct anthropometric data, 16 variables from the indirect anthropometric data). Data from anthropometric measurement were analyzed using descriptive, factor and cluster analysis. The obese boys investigated in this project were in the category of average height 146.31 cm, weight 52.17 kg. The values for the study were compared to values from the National Anthropometric Survey of Korea. As the result of factor analysis for the classification of body type, 6 factors were extracted from all items. The first was transverse size of upper body, also, the second was its longitudinal size. The third was thicknesses of front and back at side views. The fourth was shoulder shape. The fifth was upper body angle factor. The sixth was upper body length. The body form was classified with cluster analysis, using factor score. The shape of the body was classified in 3 types.
A Study on Children's Wear Brand Positioning according to the Fashion Life Style of Missy Woman
Ku, Yang-Suk ; Lee, Seung-Min ; Park, Hyun-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 308~316
The purposes of this study were to identify the brand positioning of children's wear according to fashion life style and to construct brand positioning maps by using multidimensional scaling (MDS). A total of 222 responses were collected from married women aged 25 to 35 through questionnaire. Cluster analysis on fashion life style factors identified three groups: Fashion Indifference group (34%), Fashion & Individuality Oriented group (27%) and Rationality Oriented group (37%). ANOVA revealed significant differences among the three groups on the six fashion life style factors. MDS analysis showed that three segmented groups evaluated nine children's wear brand for seven attributes(color, design, price, utility, quality, brand name, fashion).
Pluralism in Duct Tape Fashion
Lee, Bong-Duk ; Yang, Sook-Hi ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 317~324
Pluralistic and diverse values exist in the realm of post modernism society. In this context, one particular outlook does not have the same meaning across the whole society. The creation and sharing of a new meaning do not necessarily need the consent of every member of the society. There have been a few attempts to delve into the relationship between sociocultural phenomenon and fashion trends in the pluralistic cultures. However, there has been little research on the theoretical framework in order to analyze a pluralistic phenomenon itself. The purpose of this study is to provide the theoretical paradigms to analyze and interpret various pluralistic phenomena in postmodernism fashion. Theories developed by Gilles Deleuze have been utilized to analyze and interpret the duct tape fashion which is in vogue among the young generation in the USA. The analysis based on the paradigm of Gilles indicates that the duct tape fashion shows pluralistic features of as in the other postmodern cultural activities.
The Body Cathexis Difference Between Fashion Model and College Women
Song, Jung-A ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 325~330
The purpose of this study was to investigate if there were any differences between fashion models and female college students' body cathexis and to examine the perception of their body form and satisfaction of clothing fit according to height, weight and body type. For this study 378 people, including 113 fashion models and 265 female college students were analyzed. Means, t-test and
-test were used in data analyses. Significant differences were found between fashion models and female college students' body cathexis. For instance fashion models were more positive about their bodies especially concerning height. Fashion Models and female college students differed significantly in perception of their body form according to weight and body type. Perhaps they have another criteria. Fashion Models and female college students differed significantly in satisfaction of clothing fit according to weight and body type. The taller and Thinner, The higher satisfaction of Clothing fit.
The Actual Condition of Care Label Attached to Clothing and Consumers' Perception
Choo, Tae-Gue ; Song, Jung-A ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 331~338
To study on the actual condition of care label attached to clothing and consumers' perception, 250 summer clothes sold at department store-blouse, trousers, one-piece dress, knit cardigan and skirt-were investigated during July 2000. In addition, a questionnaire was administered to 192 women in Taegu during August. The fiber contents of surveyed clothes were polyester 100% & polyester blend (26%), rayon 100% & rayon blend (18%), cotton 100% & cotton blend (17%), wool 100% & wool blend (14%) and others. All clothes surveyed were attached care label and the signals showed on care labels were 4~6 kinds about cleaning, squeezing, drying, bleaching, and ironing methods. 92% of clothes had to be dry-cleaned and only 8% could be wet-cleaned. Considered the surveyed clothes were for summer which needs frequent washing and the clothing items, the number of clothes had to dry-cleaned were too many. The bleaching instructions were no chlorine bleach (74%), no bleaching (21%) and others. The ironing instructions were cool ironing (
) with cover (24%) and warm ironing (
) with cover (69%) primarily. The drying instructions was dry on a hanger in the shade (54%) and 38% had no signal or incorrect signal. The properties of summer clothes considered important by consumers were wrinkled hardly, hand-washable, machine-washable, needed no iron and etc. Actually most of summer clothes were hand or machine-washed. Also, the majority of respondents felt inconvenient to have to dry-clean summer clothes. More than 80% respondents looked over care label and fiber content label before buying clothes. However most of respondents did not followed that instructions exactly and thought care label instructions were not correct. Considered this results, the suppliers have to make efforts to attach correct and appropriate care label which furnish the correct information to consumers.
The Effects of Protease and Lipase on the Detergency of Fabrics
Lee, Jeong-Sook ; Chung, So-Wha ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 339~345
The effects of protease and/or lipase on the removal of protein soil and oily soil were investigated in this study. Cotton, rayon, nylon, and PET fabrics were soiled by padding of fresh bovine blood and spotting of mixed artificial sebum evenly. The soiled fabrics were aged at
for 30 minutes. The fabrics were washed by using Terg-O-Tometer at various conditions. Protease and/or lipase were added in the alcohol ethoxylate (AE) detergent solution. The removal efficiency was evaluated by analysis of protein and/or oil on the fabrics before and after washing, respectively. The detergency of protein and/or oil on the fabrics was discussed with enzyme concentration, washing time, washing temperature, pH of washing solution and fiber characteristics. The hydrolysis of protease improved effectively the removal of oil as well as protein by increasing removal of protein-oil mixed soil at the same time. The effect of lipase added detergent solution was slightly shown on the removal of oil and/or protein. The removal of mixed soils from cotton fabrics was very low because of large amount of residual soils caused by the physical characteristics of cotton fiber.
Efficacy of Cooling Vest for Auxiliary Body Cooling in Hot Environments(2) - Comparison in Terms of Thermophysiological Properties Between New Cooling Vest and Standard Cooling Vest -
Kwon, Oh-Kyung ; Kim, Tae-Kyo ; Kim, Jin-A ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 346~352
The purposes of this study are finding out thermophysiological properties throughout wearing experiment with standard cooling vest as well as providing data in order to design and apply more comfortable cooling vest. To do this study, we produced cooling vest newly. 1. Rectal temperature was ascended approximately from
in lab, but wearing cooling vest, the temperature was descended 0.2 while wearing developed product compare with existing product. Mean skin temperature which was showed distribution from
, it was descended
, while wearing cooling vest and comparing with existing product, wearing developed product was lower
. 2. While wearing developed cooling vest, it was found that they had lower tendency than standard cooling vest. Specifically in case of temperature within clothing (chest)
in case of humidity within clothing 2~8%RH. Facts from above we confirmed that clothing microclimate had been improved and space was happened between body and garment in order to control. 3. In subjective sensation, standard cooling vest made negative response during experiment period from participants, but new cooling vest was nearing to comfortable area. It was con finned from above conclusions that wearing developed product is more effective in terms of comfort and reduction of heat stress in situation of working in hot environment.
Jacket Pattern for Middle-Aged Women
Rhy, Yong-Suk ; Lee, Jeong-Ran ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 353~359
The purpose of this study was to develop the jacket pattern drafting method for Korean middle-aged women. The study was composed as follows : 1. Body measurement and statistical analysis : Two hundreds and forty four middle-aged women between the ages of forty five and fifty nine were measured on 52 items. 2. Development of new jacket pattern drafting method : Measurement items necessary to draft new jacket pattern were back waist length, bust girth, waist girth, hip girth, back interscye breadth, front interscye breadth, neck base girth, nipple length, nipple to nipple breadth, 1/2 posterior shoulder length and sleeve length. Basic jackets constructed from the experimental patterns were examined through the fitting test. 3. Evaluation of the new pattern drafting method : The sensory evaluations for appearance and comfort were applied to evaluate the new jacket pattern by comparing it with one of the conventional jacket patterns (Lee Hyung-Suk's). According to the result of sensory evaluation, the new jacket pattern was more positive.
Computation of Ease-Rate in Basic Bodice Pattern by Analysis of Multiple Cross Section, Using 3-D Measuring Instrument
Shim, Kue-Nam ; Kim, Jin-Sun ; Lee, Womn-Ja ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 2, issue 4, 2000, Pages 360~365
This research is the trial for the computation of the ease-rate for the bodice pattern. The result of the analysis about the cross section figures of garment space by using a 3-D measuring instrument is that: The garment space of each bodice by each body size is definite. In the figure of cross section of the basic lines, an area of cross section of garment space and length of cross section of garment space are not increased in proportion to an area of cross section of the body. The ease rate is the same no matter that flat-rate of the body is same or different. The ease-rate is computed by length of cross section of garment space that is in proportion to the radius of the body.