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Volume & Issues
Volume 7, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
Volume 7, Issue 5 - Oct 2005
Volume 7, Issue 4 - Aug 2005
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Jun 2005
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Apr 2005
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Feb 2005
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한국 패션기업의 비젼과 동아시아 협력방안
Lee, Yu-Soon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 263~266
중국 방직복장산업의 현황과 전망
Chen, Dongsheng ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 267~269
A Study on the Development of Pets Wear Design
Park, Seun-Young ; Yang, Suk-Hyang ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 270~276
Nowadays, the family system has changed from a large extended family group to a more nuclear family and the number of people who live by themselves has been increasing. Moreover, Korea is becoming an aged society, and pets are becoming more important as leave the family home. So a lot of people in Korea now consider pets as their family members due largely to the drastic change of their life style. Therefore, the rate of importing commodities for pets like cats and dogs has been increasing dramatically. In this study, in response to the growing interest in the pet industry, I have studied recent trends and types in the pets wear markets which are still in the first stage of development in Korea. In order to enhance the possibility of mass producing pets ready-made clothes for making the unit cost lower, firstly, I presented a new basic design and pattern of pets wear made up of general textile. After that, following basic purpose of pet wear, I classified decorative clothes into party wear, everyday wear and street wear and then I developed the pattern and made a pair of works for each item totaling 6 in all. I hope that the number of Korean companies which can enhance their reputation through by marketing these products in Korean as well as all around the world will increase. I believe this will be possible because by taking advantage of the easy pattern developed in this thesis. They will be able to mass produce their own high quality pets wear brand.
The Effect of Imported Silver Goods on the Chosun Society among Chosun-Japan Trading Clothes Goods
Lee, Ja-Yeon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 277~282
This study focuses on the imported silver goods from Japan and investigates the backgrounds of importing, trade items, and the amount of the exchange. This study also investigates the effects of the importing silver on Chosun society. A large amount of silver was imported from Japan and the amount of imported silver reached its maximum in Chosun Dynasty. Japan, on the other hand, imported a large quantity of cotton cloth from Chosun Dynasty. Silver was imported mainly because of the sumptuous moods among the royal family and the aristocracy. The moods were spread out to general people who made them wish for the luxurious and expensive chinese goods. To buy the luxurious goods, a lot of silver was imported from Japan. Importing a large quantity of silver fostered the sumptuous moods and also caused the price increase in the Chosun society. The order of the society became worse because of the individual trades of rich merchants who were closely connected to high officials.
An Exploratory Study on Shopping Condition of Dongdaemoon Shoppingmall Perceived by Consumers
Choi, Jin-Ja ; Choo, Tae-Gue ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 283~290
The purpose of this study was to investigate the shopping condition of Dongdaemoon Shoppingmall. A depth interview was administered to eight consumers aged 10s through 30s who had shopping experiences at Dongdaemoon Shoppingmall. The contents of interview were about the reasons of preference for Dongdaemoon Shoppingmall, the merchandise categories purchased, assortment, price, shopping environment, and service offered by Dongdaemoon Shoppingmall. The results of this study were as follows: The reasons of consumers' Dongdaemoon Shoppingmall preference were reasonable price, variety of merchandise assortment, easy catch of fashion trend, entertainment place, and opening hour at nighttime. The mainly purchased items were casual and fashionable clothes. Children's wear was mainly bought item by housewives too. The unique design, similar merchandises sold at department stores and new style in early adoption of fashion cycle were perceived as positive aspects, but copied merchandises and large quantity of same merchandise as negative aspects. The fixed price system was not trusted by consumers. Consumers' complaints about shopping condition were crowded pathways and shopping booths, the lacks of facilities such as fitting room, toilet, lounge area, sales persons' service, and difficulty of using credit cards. From these results, some implications for marketing strategies and practices might be suggested. In order to improve the design variety of merchandises, marketers and apparel manufacturers should make efforts by managing merchandise planning, production, selling, and promotion cooperatively. Fixed price system, acceptance of credit cards, and merchandise return/exchange service should be improved. The training the salespersons was the most important and basic step and easy way to get to successful business.
The Purchasing Behavior of Fashion Goods According to Life Style and Role Model of Preteen Generation
Kwon, Yu-Jin ; Yoo, Tai-Soon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 291~300
The purpose of this study is to investigate, analyze the purchasing behavior of fashion goods according to life style and role model of preteen generation, and provide manager or marketing planner for the reference data so that they can understand preteen generation and make proper strategy efficiently. So called, preteen market focusing on 1014 generation (from ten to fourteen years old) is highlighted. This generation created between the year 1989 to 1993 after Seoul Olympic monopolize parent's love in abundant economic environment and rise to the core of consumption subject. Products aiming at this preteen generation continuously though consumption mind was shrunk greatly due to recession. Only 2~3 years before preteen market was regarded as grey zone which doesn't belong to not only children (between six and nine years old) but also teenagers (between fifteen to eighteen years old). But in recent day their purchasing powers have increased rapidly and age group is divided on details, so that preteen market has become a niche market. Subjects were 333 persons consisting of students in the 4th~6th grade of primary school and the 1st~2nd grade of middle school in Daegu city. Measuring instruments are as follows: 5questions to differentiate preteen generation, 22 questions to measure life style, 17questions (which have six sub-factors such as purchase motive, factor of product selection, utilization of informant, purchase time, purchase place, and purchase method) to measure the purchase behavior of fashion goods measurement, and 16 questions (which have four sub-factors such as parent, entertainer & sports stars, brothers and sisters, friends) to measure model of role. Statistical data were processed by SPSS 10.0 programs. Frequencies, Factor analysis, Cluster analysis, ANOVA, Cross analysis, Multiplex regression analysis, and Duncan's multiple range test were carried out.
A Study on the Body Shapes of Men at the Age of 35~49
Kim, Ok-Kyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 301~308
The purpose of this study is to design men's clothing pattern that supplemented the problems of body shapes, by grasping the physical characteristics of middle-aged men and classifying their body shapes through comparing measurements after carrying out the human-body measurement targeting 120 middle-aged men at the age of 35-49 in full. As to the technical-statistic analysis of the measurement items, it could be seen that the middle-aged people who are the research target, have the obese body shapes. As a result of carrying out the factor analysis by the measurement analysis, it was derived the totally five factors such as thickness and width, stature and height, weight and girth, the bust length, and the shoulder shape. The total communality is 78.47%, and as a result of the cluster analysis by the factor score, it was classified into three clusters. Type 1 is the body shape with the great stature, the waist region a little obese, and the biggest thickness, width and girth. It is a flat body shape with the narrow shoulder and the smallest difference between the breast width and the waist width. As type 2 is the body shape that is small stature and is relatively not fat, it is the shape with the biggest difference between the breast width and the waist width and with the wide shoulder. Type 3 is the body shape that belongs to the middle of type 1 and type 2, has the upper-part body longer than other body shapes, and has the developed breast region with the biggest bosom width and bosom thickness.
The Effect of Massage to the Different Regions of the Body on the Relaxation in Healthy Women
Park, Shin-Jung ; Park, Young-Eun ; Suk, Hyun-Jung ; Na, Hyun-Joon ; Chang, Jee-Hye ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 309~314
This study was to determine whether the massage would enhance the physical relaxation in healthy women, and whether the effects of massage on the relaxation would be different by the applied regions of the body. Five healthy young women participated in the two test sessions of back and lower extremities massage in a chamber controlled at an air temperature of
and a relative humidity of
. The slow stroke massage with lavender aroma oil for 30 minutes was applied to the subjects with a 10-min. and a 20-min rest time before and after the application, respectively. Rectal temperature decreased and the chest and thigh skin temperatures increased with the massage application, and the changes of the temperatures were greater with lower extremities massage than with back massage. Heart rate also decreased during massage period and tended to be lower with lower extremities massage. Systolic and diastolic blood pressure decreased with lower extremities massage. These results show that the slow stroke massage for 30 minutes can induce physiological responses related with the enhanced relaxation in healthy women, and lower extremities massage is more effective on the physical relaxation rather than back massage.
Thermoregulatory Responses of AM ＆ PM with Body Fat Rate at a Hot Environment
Kim, Seong-Suk ; Lee, Jung-Sug ; Kim, Hee-Eun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 315~320
With regard to the fact that temperature of human body remains almost constant at
, changes by circadian variation, this study intended to investigate the effect of circadian rhythm on physiological responses of human body according to body fat rate. Fifteen healthy adult women were recruited for this study and were measured body fat as a method of bio impedance. We organized subjects into three groups ; low body fat group(group L-less than 20% of body fat), medium body fat group(group M-20%~30% of body fat) and high body fat group(group H-more than 30% of body fat). The experiment was carried out in a climate chamber of
, 60% RH with the repeat of 'Exercise' and 'Rest' period. Subjects participated in two experiments, one is morning experiment(called 'AM'), the other is afternoon experiment (called 'PM'). The results of this study are as follows ; As to the variation of rectal temperature, group L and M had a significant difference in the time of the day between AM and PM, but group H had almost the same rectal temperature in the two kinds of experimental time. The reason why group H had a smaller difference in the circadian rhythm of rectal temperature in this study is estimated at the Budd et al.(1991)'s results that body fat had effects on reduction in thermogenesis, radiation, mean skin temperature, and increase in insulation of the tissues. Group M had the highest mean skin temperature in the 'PM'. All the 3 groups didn't have stable values in 'AM'. But it showed more stable in 'PM' than 'AM'. Sweat rate was the highest in group H in both 'AM' and 'PM'. Group M had larger sweat rate in 'PM' than 'AM'. but in group L and H, sweat rate was almost the same in two kinds of time of the day. This result suggests that who have more or less body fat have larger difference in sweat rate between morning and afternoon than who have normal body fat.
Change of Oxygen Uptake, Heart Rate, Blood Pressure with Body Fat Rate in AM and PM
Lee, Jung-Sug ; Kim, Seong-Suk ; Kim, Hee-Eun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 321~326
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of body fat on energy metabolic response and subjective sensations under the hot environment. Fifteen female university students volunteered as subjects. We organized subjects into three groups: low body fat group(group L : less than 20% of body fat), medium body fat group(group M : 20%~30% of body fat) and high body fat group(group H: more than 30% of body fat). The experiment was conducted with
, 60%RH. The subjects repeated 'Exercise' and 'Rest' period. The results of this study are as follows ; The oxygen uptake value of AM is higher than PM. The value of group H is the highest in three fat groups. But it showed group L is the highest in oxygen uptake per weight. %body fat is the lower, oxygen uptake is the higher. In Calorie, group L has higher value in AM in than in PM. In M group and group H, a value of PM is higher than AM. In group H, difference of AM and PM is the highest. From a view point of three groups, a value of group H is the highest. This support that calorie increases as oxygen uptake increase. The heart rate values of group L and group H are the higher in AM than in PM. This support that heart rate was relation to oxygen uptake. In all three groups, the value of blood pressure is higher in AM than in PM. Subjective sensations of temperature sensation, thermal comfort, and wetness sensation are higher in Am than in Pm. This explains that subject sensations are similar to experimental data, such as oxygen uptake, heart rate, blood pressure. In oxygen uptake, heart rate and blood pressure, general tend to showed higher AM than PM. This showed that heart rate, oxygen uptake increase in AM, as blood pressure increase, too. From a view point of %body fat, group H is higher than the others in oxygen uptake, heart rate and blood pressure.
The Effect of Chitosan Treatment of Fabrics on the Natural Dyeing using Loess
Kwon, Min-Soo ; Jeon, Dong-Won ; Kim, Jong-Jun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 327~332
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of chitosan treatment on the dyeing of cotton fabric specimens using loess as colorants. The wet pick up ratio of the chitosan acid solution, as well as the drying condition after the padding of the fabric specimens, was changed in order to study the loess uptake on the fabric. The average particle diameter of the loess was measured. Main components of the loess were
. By the chitosan treatment, the loess amount on the cotton fabric increased. 80% wet pick up ratio of the chitosan acid solution on the cotton fabric specimen allowed more stable and even adhesion of the loess on the fabric surface, compared to the cases of 100% and 120% wet pick up ratio.
Antimicrobial Effects of Laundering and Colloidal Silver Treatment on a Cotton Fabric
Chung, Hae-Won ; Kim, Mi-Kyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 333~338
We examined the antimicrobial effects of the cotton fabrics which were laundered at different conditions and treated with a colloidal silver solution using Staphylococcus aureus. Colloidal silver solution was made from commercial colloidal silver generator by electrolysis. The fabric which was innoculated and washed with water before drying had no more Staphylococcus aureus, but which was innoculated and dried before washing with detergent solution had lower reduction rate. The fabric washed with oxygen bleach did not have an antimicrobial effect, but rinsed with 0.07% fabric softener showed antimicrobial properties. The fabric rinsed with 0.7ppm colloidal silver solution had better antimicrobial effects. As the treating concentration of silver solution increased, the antimicrobial property of the fabric was increased. The fabric treated with 5% silver solution sustained reflectance and whiteness of untreated fabric. The colloidal silver treated fabric lost antimicrobial property after washing because nano-sized silver particles were located on uneven fiber surface without chemical bonding forces.
The One Bath One Step Dyeing of Cationized Nylon/Viscose Rayon Mixture Fabrics With Acid Dyes and Reactive Dyes
Sung, Woo-Kyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 339~345
It is difficult to dye nylon/viscose rayon mixture fabrics by one-bath one-step dyeing method, because acid dyes and reactive dyes require acidic dyebath for adsorption and alkaline dyebath for fixation respectively. In order to overcome the disadvantage of the conventional two bath two step dyeing method of nylon/viscose rayon mixture fabric, it was pretreated with cationizing agent containing chlorohydrine group in aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide. The pretreated nylon/viscose rayon mixture fabrics produced cationized fabrics that could be dyed with acid dyes and reactive dyes under neutral condition. This study was carried out to investigate dyeing possibilities, surface reflectance spectra and color characteristics of cationized nylon/viscose rayon mixture fabrics with acid dyes and reactive dyes in a non-electrolytic and neutral dyebath by one bath one step dyeing method.
A Study on Influence of Seam Puckering by the Mechanical Properties of Polyester/Cotton Brended Fabrics
Park, Chae-Ryun ; Kim, Soon-Boon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 3, 2005, Pages 346~350
In this study, to investigate the influence on the seam puckering by the mechanical properties of textiles, it was measured from 4 polyester/cotton samples. We reached the following conclusion in influences of the seam puckering by the thread, iron and laundry. Seam puckering is occurred several times by repeating the laundry. according to iron method, the seam puckering is stronger in order of T/C1> T/C2> T/C3> T/C4 by the samples and order of 40's/2> 60's/3> 50's/2> 60's/2 by the threads, the relation between sample's mechanical properties and seam strength and obtainment of formula. We can find that seam puckering is related with B, 2HB, G, 2HG5, RC, T among the mechanical properties and the estimated formulas which get from mechanical factors.