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The international journal of costume culture 5건

  1. [국내논문]   Mass Customization in the Apparel Industry using New Technologies  

    Kim, Jungeun (Lecturer, Dept. of Clothing & Textiles, Chung Ang University ) , Lee, Khmhee (Professor, Dept. of Clothing Science, Seoul Women′s University)
    The international journal of costume culture v.5 no.1 ,pp. 14 - 25 , 2002 , 1229-2761 ,

    초록

    The purpose of this study is to define mass customization in the apparel industry and to discover, the apparel industry's potential to deliver customized apparel products. Different from product-centered mass Production, mass customization is focusing on customers' unique needs. The goal of mass customization is for customers to find exactly what they want at a reasonable price. Using new technologies such as 3-D body scanning and digital printing, mass customization can give customers customfit and personalized garments. Mass customization can satisfy a customer in terms of personalization, fit and design. Adoption of mass customization will open new opportunities for the apparel manufacturer of the future. Mass customization is a strategy that apparel manufacturers should consider for their goals.

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  2. [국내논문]   A Study on the Selection Criteria of Fashion Shopping Area according to Clothing Consumption Value and Fashion Leadership  

    Park, Hye-Won (Dept. of Clothing & Textiles, Changwon Nat′l Univ ) , Ryou, Eun-Jeong (Dept. of Clothing & Textiles, Changwon Nat′l Univ)
    The international journal of costume culture v.5 no.1 ,pp. 26 - 33 , 2002 , 1229-2761 ,

    초록

    Re purposes of this study were to determine consumers' selection criteria of fashion shopping area and to examine the effects of clothing consumption value and fashion leadership on the selection criteria of fashion shopping area. In addition, the third purpose was to clarify the relation beかeon the above variables and shopping intent. The data were collected from 198 females in their twenties using questionnaire. The results could be summarized as follows. First, the selection criteria of fashion shopping area were composed of 5 factors: scale & variety of shopping area, convenience of location, entertainment, physical service, and atmosphere. Second, the fashion leadership and clothing consumption value except functional and social values had an effect on the selection criteria fashion shopping area. Particularly, the attractiveness-sought value best explained the selection criteria. Third, the fashion leadership and selection criteria fashion shopping area had an effect on the shopping intent. The effect clothing consumption value was not significant.

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  3. [국내논문]   Fashion Consumer Behavior in the Global Marketplace  

    Rabolt, Nancy J. (San Francisco State University)
    The international journal of costume culture v.5 no.1 ,pp. 34 - 57 , 2002 , 1229-2761 ,

    초록

    It appears our global society and economy are here to stay, despite current events. Mass communications including The Internet, increased world travel, and more and more consumers developing the ability to afford consumer goods, are all helping to bring world cultures closer together. Indeed, the world is rapidly changing and the fashion consumer, is especially affected. Despite the increased commonalities of peoples of the world, culture is a concept crucial to the understanding of consumer behavior. Marketers must understand the values, ethics, and customs of societies around the world to be successful in the global marketplace.

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  4. [국내논문]   Sensibility Image Scales for Korean Traditional Motifs  

    Chang, Soo-Kyung (Department of Clothing and Textiles, Hannam University ) , Kim, Jae-Sook (Department of Clothing and Textiles, Chungnam National University)
    The international journal of costume culture v.5 no.1 ,pp. 58 - 66 , 2002 , 1229-2761 ,

    초록

    The objectives of this study are to develope sensibility image scales for Korean traditional motifs by quantitatively measuring their images and preference and to classify them into clusters. Data were collected via a questionnaire from seven hundred twenty five Korean undergraduate students. Re experimental materials were forty eight stimuli of Korean traditional motifs with different categories, interpretation types, composition types, and application objects. The instruments consisted of 7-point polar semantic differential scales of twenty three bipolar adjectives including preference. Data were analyzed by correspondence analysis, cluster analysis, ANOVA and Duncan's multiple range test. Re major results are as follows; image scales for textile patterns and dress designs using Korean traditional motifs were constructed. The axes of sensibility image scales for both textile patterns and dress designs were defined by quality level and degree of simplicity. Second, four clusters on the scale of textile patterns and two clusters on the scale dress designs were identified. Third, in the case of textile Patterns, the preferred cluster had high-quality and classical images, while the cluster that was not preferred had a complex image. In the case of dress designs, the preferred cluster had simple and high-quality images, while the cluster that was not preferred had complex and low-quality images.

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  5. [국내논문]   Costumes, Commodities, and Culture : on Shaping Knowledge  

    Gwendolyn S, O′-Neal (Kansas State University)
    The international journal of costume culture v.5 no.1 ,pp. 67 - 72 , 2002 , 1229-2761 ,

    초록

    Consumer behavior is driven by culture; and culture is contextual. Therefore, human behaviors such as those exhibited in consumption behavior should not be measured and compared cross-culturally by using cultural specific mea-sures or paradigms which assume a universal reality, time and context free. Since it is known that consumption behavior is influenced by culture, and cultures in the United States differ from those in Korea, the assumption of universal 'truths' which can be known is inappropriate. To employ a paradigm with invalid assumptions automatically leads to the lack of validity, a must for truth claims in the positivist paradigm. Thus, 'truths' in the research reported must be suspect.

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