1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent Sessions


Negotiating Across Cultures: Consumer Acceptance of Hand-Produced Apparel Products

Nancy J. Miller, Mary A. Littrell and Jeanne Link

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Buying Culture: International Tourists in Guatemala

Josephine Moreno

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Creating Culture: Dress Codes and Uniform Policies in US Public Schools

Josephine Moreno, Sharron Lennon, Gwendolyn O'Neal and Teresa McCarthy

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

A Comparative Analysis of Heat Stress Associated With Selective Turnout Gear Ensembles

Diane Morton and Donna H. Branson

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Apparel Entrepreneurs Marketing on the Web

Tywanda Moss and Evelyn L. Brannon

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

The Mother-Daughter Relationship As Mediator of the Media’s Thin Female Ideal

Jennifer Paff Ogle and Mary Lynn Damhorst

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Coorientation Effects in Body Image of Older Marital Dyads

Keun Young Oh and Mary Lynn Damhorst

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

What I Wore

Nancy A. Oliver

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

The African Roots of the African American Aesthetic of Dress

Gwendolyn S. O'Neal

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Effect of Grain Alignment on Fabric Properties Measured With the Fast System

Belinda T. Orzada and Jocelyn Harry

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Paris Fashion in 1775: Refocusing the Lens of Fashion History

Rachel K. Pannabecker

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Effects of Supervisors on Goal Orientations and Sales Performance of Department Store Salespeople

Kyungae Park, Soonim Heo, Soo-Youn Sakong and Suim Shin

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Fashion Opinion Leadership and Appearance Management Behavior

Ji Hye Park, Eun Hee Cho and Nancy A. Rudd

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Retail Store Lighting for Elderly Consumers: An Experimental Approach

Nam-Kyu Park and Cheryl A. Farr

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Advancing Design Creativity Through the Draping Process

Jean L. Parsons

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

“The Most Feminine of All Problems,” Balancing Budget, Time and Style in Clothing Selection: 1880–1920

Jean L. Parsons

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

From a Labor Intensive to an Information Intensive Business Environment

Beatrice Le Pechoux and Cynthia L. Isktook

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Teaching Color Theory Through Fiber Arts, Quilting and the Computer

Vincent Quevedo

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Visual Literacy Program: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching the Basic Elements and Principles of Design

Vincent Quevedo

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Capabilities of and Identification of Research Needs in American Apparel Manufacturing Firms

Jacquelene Robeck

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

A Classification of the Dress of Heavy Metal Music Groups

Tammy R. Robinson, Doris H. Kincade and Valerie L. Giddings

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Body Image Issues: Behavior Change and Stages of Change

Nancy A. Rudd, Sharon Seiling and Bridgette Sloan

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Using a Conditional Matrix to Develop Understanding of Appearance of African American Women in Female Slave Narratives

Eulanda A. Sanders and Joan Laughlin

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

The Development and Use of Visual Images and Interactive Activities on the Web for Teaching Beginning Textiles

Lois Scheyer and Joan Laughlin

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Investigation of Pattern Grading Assumptions Made in the Sizing of U.S. Women’s Clothing for the Upper Torso, Part One

Nancy Schofield, Karen LaBat and Gloria Williams

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

The Influence of the Korean Lifestyle on the Purchase Process of Jeans

Heesun Seo

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Chinese Consumers’ Attitudes Toward US-Made Clothing

Dong Shen, Marsha A. Dickson, Sharron Lennon, Catherine P. Montalto and Li Zhang

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Business Etiquette in Germany and Austria As Perceived by American Tourists

Tana Stufflebean

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Findings of Using a Methodology for Describing the Morphology of the Human Foot for Footwear Applications

Susan L. Sokolowski

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Electronic Order Form for Special Measurement Military Uniforms: A Test Case for Mass Customizationations

Nancy J. Staples

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

The Meaning of Authenticity in the Dress of Civil War Reenactors

Mitchell D. Strauss

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

A Comparative Analysis of Shopping Orientation Between Ethnically Diverse Consumers

Heewon Sung and Brigitte Burgess

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Perceived Trait Attributes in Relation to Appearance Communication

K. Denise Threlfall

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Virtual Fieldwork: Researching Dress and Identity in the Italian Hip Hop Subculture on the Internet

Susan J. Torntore and Suzanne Szostak-Pierce

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Australian Swim and Surfwear: The Relationship Between Cultural Identity and Lifestyle Apparel Niche Development

Laurene Vaughan

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Incorporating Critical Moments Into a Course: Clothing and Human Behavior

Diane Vigna and Reschell Ray

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Effects of Fabric Softener and Moisture on Fabric Handle

Chen-Chen Wang and B. Lewis Slaten

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Book Publishing

Kathryn Earle, Olga Kontzias, Joanne Eicher, Leslie Davis Burns, Annette Lynch and Linda Welters

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Introductory Undergraduate Research Experience

Sue H. Whitaker

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Apparel Spatial Visualization Test and Paper Folding Test

Jane E. Workman

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Customer Services in Apparel Retailing: Perceptions of Retailers and Elderly Consumers

Beth Wuest

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Analysis of U.S. Apparel Imports

Yidi Xiao and Kathleen Rees

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Consumer Adoption of the Internet for Apparel Shopping: Theoretical Model Development

Eunah Yoh and Mary Lynn Damhorst

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Defining the Boundaries of Kiosk Retailing

Jennifer Yurchisin

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Changes in China’s Tariff Policy: Opportunity for U.S. Exports?

Li Zhang and Marsha Dickson

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions

Effect of Lifestyle on Apparel Consumption of Chinese and American Consumers

Yujun Zhao and Nancy Cassill

1999-01-01 1999 • Concurrent Sessions