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Volume 9, Issue 6 - Dec 2007
Volume 9, Issue 5 - Oct 2007
Volume 9, Issue 4 - Aug 2007
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Jun 2007
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Apr 2007
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 2007
Selecting the target year
Review of the China Outsourcing Strategy by Chinese Industry Restructuring
Yoon, Tae-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 467~471
The Hierarchy of Images in the Gathered Skirts According to the Constructing Factors
Lee, Myung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 472~477
This study was intended to identify the constructing factors and hierarchy of images in the gathered skirts, which is expected to be helpful in shape classification. The gathered skirts were made by different gathering conditions: three kinds of the gathers ratio(1.5T, 2.0T, 2.5T) and different fabrics(cotton, mixed wool, polyester). 45 undergraduate and graduate women students responded to the nine gathered skirts during December in 2004 to February in 2005. 184 words expressing gathered skirt were collected through the investigation and analysis of questionnaires. 32 words arranged in based on the standard form with frequency before conducting factor analysis to identify the constructing factors of gathered skirt images. As a result of factors analysis, 2 factors-H shape, A shape were found out as constructing factors of gathered skirts. To explain the hierarchy of gathered skirt images, cluster analysis was applied. To observe the association of 32 words, dendrogram was introduced, and to interpret the result, five sub clusters were determined. This 5 clusters were continuously combined according to their frequency, based on the factors marks. Two major division of image clusters were 'simple and neat image', and 'fairly good and feminine image'.
A Survey on the Disposition of Ornament for the Traditional Costume - Focus on Women's Jegori and Chima in South and North Korea -
Chung, Hye-Gyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 478~485
This survey is about the disposition of ornament for the traditional women's Jegori and Chima in North and South Korea. And the results are as follows: Disposition of part was used a lot in Jegori and Chima by both North and South Korea. In the existence of ornament, the number and range decorated part and a type of disposition, there were the differences between North and South Korea. There were not many Chimas with ornament in South Korea, which means that South Korea focused on decorating Jegori. The number and range of decorated part in South Korea were many. Disposition type of Jegori ornament in South Korea was various but in North Korea disposition of type of Chima ornament was various. Compared to the traditional disposition, South Korea's Jegori tended to follow the traditional disposition. In case of Chima in North and South Korea and Jegori in North Korea, the proportion of traditional disposition, altered traditional disposition and modern disposition was little different.
The Men's Costumes of Heian Period of Japan through 《Won-si-mul-eo-heo-gwon》
Lee, Ja-Yeon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 486~492
The purpose of this study is to investigate the characteristics of the men's costumes of the ruling class of the Heian period by studying the costumes demonstrated in the
, a picture album of the Heian period. The findings of this study are as follows. The costumes shown in the
, can be classified into two types. One of the types is the costumes that were newly made in the Heian period such as Jik-eui, Su-eui, Ha-seub, Sok-dae-jang-sok. The other type, period including Omoja, Ji-gwan, Pyo-go is the costumes that were made by modifying the costumes of the previous. The costumes of the Heian period were evolved into a new type of outfit by changing the way of wearing them, their form, and their color. The costumes became various in types, became bigger in form, and used various colors. As a result, the costumes of the Heian period were developed into more colorful and fancier compared to those of the previous period. The costumes of the Heian period can be interpreted as japanized-embracing and japanizing the culture of the continent-costumes of the previous period rather than as simply copying the costumes of the continent. The driving force of this phenomenon can be analyzed as the effect of japanization that was widespread in the culture in general of the Heian period. This japanization made it possible to create peculiar and genuine costumes of the Heian period.
The Evaluation of Newness and Innovativeness of Smart Clothing
Kang, Keang-Young ; Jin, Hyun-Jeong ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 493~499
The purpose of this study was to investigate the components of newness and product innovativeness of smart clothing, and to examine the evaluation of newness and innovativeness of smart clothing according to the consumer innovativeness. The survey was conducted on male and female subjects aged from 17 to 50. A total of 338 valid responses were used for the analysis. Exploratory factor analysis and confirmatory factor analysis confirmed the evaluation of smart clothing newness consisted of five items: 'novel', 'modern', 'original', 'fresh' and 'up-to-date'. The evaluation of smart clothing innovativeness consisted of two dimensions. One is the evaluation of innovativeness as clothing and the other is the evaluation of innovativenss as electronic devices. The validity of two dimensions were verified by confirmatory factor analysis. The results of ANOVA and Duncan test indicated that there were differences in the evaluation of newness and smart clothing innovativenss according to consumer innovativeness.
The Influence of Control and Friendliness-Perception of Apparel Brand on the Consumption Behavior
Lee, Ji-Ryang ; Kim, Ju-Ae ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 500~506
This study aims to examine what consumers perceive about affection and control in association with personified brands, and to explore what effects such perception has on consumer behavior. The research methodology employed a questionnaire surveying female university students in the Seoul. The data were analyzed by SPSS Hangul 10.0 Statistic Package. 16 apparel brands that had been selected by a preliminary study were surveyed. The data analysis method employed a factor analysis, analysis of variance, and multiple regression analysis. The study found that consumers' perception of personified brands is divided into Friendliness and control like in interpersonal communication, and consumers' preference and purchase intention becomes different depending on affection and control perception. In particular, it was analyzed that more important factor that decides preference and purchase intention is the perception in the aspect of control, not in the aspect of Friendliness.
Conditions Conducting Continuous Business of Women and Men Manager Owned Small Apparel Stores
Hwang, Yeon-Soon ; Park, Jong-Hee ; Jung, Ji-Yoon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 507~515
The purpose of this study was to investigate conditions conducting continuous business of men and women manager owned small apparel stores, and to compare differences on demographical characteristics of the managers, and then to reveal what conditions were important to make a profit in future by gender. Data were collected from 150 (71 from men and 79 from women) managers owned small apparel stores in Busan. The results showed as follows; Conditions conducting continuous business of women and men manager were five factors such as manger's commitment, grasping capability of the trend, employee, planning and capability on financial control. There were significant differences in the perception of gender, education, managerial period, non employment/employment and non experience/experience between women and men manager on the conditions. Also, in this study we revealed that men importantly perceived planning factor and women grasping capability of the trend to make a profit in future.
A Classifying Model of Korean Fashion Brands for Global Strategy Development
Choo, Ho-Jung ; Choi, Mi-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 516~527
This study was designed to make a proposal of a classifying model of Korean fashion brands as the first step in a long-term research plan developing a globalization roadmap for Korean fashion industry. On the basis of ownership advantages of a brand which included firm level attributes and brand level characteristics, fashion brands were classified into eight types. The proposed model was expected to provide an efficient and meaningful framework in developing global strategies both for academic and practical purposes. The model proposed four major categories of fashion brands including manufacturer brands, designer brands, retailer brands, and non-brands. Manufacturer brands were further classified into three groups of conglomerate fashion brands, fashion brands, and sports-specialized brands. Non-brands included small/very small-sized manufacturer non-brands, small/very small-sized non-brands, and OEM/ODM exporters. The classifying dimensions, brand type characteristics, and the globalization approach were discussed. Methods to test the reliability and validity of classifying were also discussed in the text.
The Evaluation of Women Empolyees of Department Store about the Characteristics, the Movement Adaptability and the Fitness of Their Uniform
Kim, Soon-Boon ; Lee, Yeong-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 528~537
The aims of this study was to provide useful informations to the uniform industries to promote the production of the functional and esthetical goods. The subjects of this study were the 243 department woman employees in Daegu City. The data were analysed through factor analysis, one-way ANOVA, Scheffe-test,
-test, and t-test. The result were as follows; The ages were from 20 to 50 years old, and their working divisions were clothing (46.5%), food (18.1%), miscellaneous (14.4%), daily articles (11.1%). The evaluation of characteristics of their uniform was somewhat unsatisfactory (2.65) and showed the significant differences among the age groups. The unsatisfaction of blouse materials (2.11) were the highest among the evaluation of the materials, and the inconveniency of sitting posture with folding knees were the highest (3.98) and showed the significant differences among the working division groups. The significant differences of the fitness were showed in the sleeve length of blouse, the length of vest, and the length of trousers.
The Study of Hair Art about the Symbolism of the Pine
Chae, Seon-Sook ; Lee, Jung-Min ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 538~544
We usually try to accomodate ourselves to our nature surroundings interacting with nature. There fore I've decided to apply nature materials, esp. the pine to Hair Art as a way of expressing our feelings from Nature. 'Hair Art' is a follow-up study based on the various artistic point of view. There has been various works of 'Hair Art' with nature materials. However, it is rare to see a work of 'Hair Art' with the pine. That's why I've decided to study more about this. This study is a new experiment in 'Hair Art' against a conventional idea "Hair Art values practicability." Therefore, the primary goal of this study is to do much for the cause of learning in 'Hair Art' and encourages some development of 'Hair Art' industry. I've researched an image of a pine tree in art of Joseon Dynasty and contemporary art. Then I've tried to apply the image to a work of 'Hair Art'. First of all, in a view of expression technique for the symbolism of the pine, the artists in Joseon Dynasty drew pictures of a pine tree with a paintbrush but the modern artists make a new attempt from the thought of Modernism. We can find it in some photos. Next, to express traditional oriental idea such as 'unconventional and elegance', comtemporary artists chose the symbolism of the pine tree as an object of their works like pen and ink sketches from the thought of Modernism. Third, in a fusion style picture which contains features of both oriental paintings and western paintings and in a sexualism style picture that depicts a harmony of a male and a female as a shape of a pine, we can find colorful images of a pine tree and Their figurative beauty in art. Those are another symbols of the pine. In conclusion, the implication of the pine tree still hasn't changed even there are differences of drawings of pine tree in the past and the present. I've tried to combine these symbolic ideas of the pine with 'Hair Art' and made 5 hair styles. Throughout the process of researching this topic which is 'The Study of Hair Art Using The Symbolism of The Pine', I've realized that pine trees make it possible to express intrinsic tough spirit of human being and abundance in color and figurative beauty in art. I hope this can contribute to the field of 'Hair Art' and would become an important educational resource for further study.
Motives of Purchasing Beauty Service and Beauty Service Information Search According to Lifestyle Type
Kim, Min-Jung ; Kim, Sung-Nam ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 545~552
This study aims at providing basic data for the beauty industry to establish more reasonable marketing plans for women in identifying their Lifestyles, observing and analyzing their purchase behavior for beauty service. Women were classified into four types: fashion appearance oriented type, sociable personality oriented type, brand oriented type, fashion indifferent type. The result of the differences between their lifestyles and purchase behavior for beaty service is as followed. Purchasing behaviors, such as motives of purchase beauty service, beauty service information search, beauty service estimation standards were made a difference in lifestyle types.
The Influencing Factors in Conformity and Individuality of Make up
Choi, Su-Kyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 553~562
This study intends to examine the influencing factors in conformity and individuality of make up. For the study, a questionnaire survey was conducted of 436 women in between their twenties to fifties residing in the Kyeongnam region. Obtained data were analyzed pearson's correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis. The result is summarized as follows.; The influence on conformity and individuality of make up can be described into 4 factors that are included in the decision making process of conformity and individuality, in other words, the demographical characteristic, the body cathexis, the need and the clothing value. The demographic characteristics, the marriage status and the education had a direct influence on conformity, however the body cathexis did not have a direct influence on any subordinate factors of conformity and individuality, but had indirect influence having the need as a parameter or had no influence having the clothing value as a parameter.
Physiological Effects of Aconitum koreanum Extracts on the Dry Skin
Choi, Jeung-Sook ; Kim, In-Ho ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 563~568
Water and ethanol extracts of A. koreanum were prepared and tested for their improving effects on the rat's dry skin induced by household detergent. Rats treated with ethanol extracts of A. koreanum had higher serum HDL-cholesterol and lower LDL-cholesterol levels, when compared to the ones treated with water extracts. Animals treated with ethanol extracts showed that improved protein recovery patterns over time, when it compared to the ones treated with water extracts.
The Study of Efficiency by Palmarosa, Neroli ＆ Jasmin Essential Oil on Dry Skin Induced by Surfactant
Jung, Hyun-Mee ; Choi, Jeung-Sook ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 5, 2007, Pages 569~572
The effectiveness of Palmarosa, Neroli and Jasmin blending oil on dry skin of rat induced by kitchen detergent are investigated. The experimental groups were divided the control group, group treated with surfactant, group treated with Palmarosa and Neroli, and group with Palmarosa, Neroli and Jasmin. Observation of epidermis and the alteration of mast cell were performed with photomicroscope. According to the epidermis morphological changes analysis, the A3 group treated with Palmarosa, Neroli and Jasmin blending oil was appeared the most similar with the control group, and the A2 group applied with Palmarosa and Neroli blending oil was sequently displayed similar characteristics. The collagen layer's breakaway resulting from Palmarosa essential oil, the collagen layer's restoration resulting from Neroli essential oil, the collagen layer's retention hyperkeratosis resulting from Jasmin essential oil were observed in the structure of the epidermal layer. In photomicrosope observation of mast cell to examine the inflammatory reactions, the increase in size and number of mast cell were showed in A1 group treated with surfactant compared to the control group. The number of mast cells definitely decreased in groups which were treated with Palmarosa, Neroli and Jasmin blending oil.