JOURNAL of the JAPAN RESEARCH ASSOCIATION for TEXTILE END-USES
Online ISSN : 1884-6599
Print ISSN : 0037-2072
ISSN-L : 0037-2072
Volume 48 , Issue 12
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  • [in Japanese]
    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 798-804
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 805-812
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 813-827
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 828-836
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 837-842
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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  • Makeup Consciousness and Factors of Individual Difference which Specifies Makeup Behaviors for Life scenes
    Ryuen HIRAMATSU, Yoshimi USHIDA
    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 843-852
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    A purpose of this study was to examine a relationship among makeup behaviors in life scenes, makeup awareness and individual difference factors as a study of makeup norm.
    As a result, it became clear that makeup behaviors in life scenes were structured by height towards other people contact and scenes formality. In addition, for male, makeup behaviors in life scenes were specified by“necessities / appearance”and public self-consciousness. By contrast, for female, they were specified by“charm improvement / feeling upsurge”, “necessities / appearance”, “effect uneasiness”, personal self-consciousness, and internal another person-consciousness.
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  • Akie NAITOU, Reiko HASHIMOTO, Yukie KATO
    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 853-862
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of presentation methods and colors of clothes on dressing image from the psychological and physiological responses. Subjects are 15 women of 21-22 years old. The psychological reaction was measured with a semantic differential method using nine clothing images, nine character images and feelings when subjects evaluated six samples. The physiological reaction was determined by using an electrocardiogram (ECG) and a galvanic skin response (GSR) .
    Experiments have shown that the clothing image was composed of three principal components“Preference”, “Refinement”and“Grace”. The character image was composed of two principal components“Elegance”and“Friendliness”. The colors of clothes influence on the psychological reaction especially. The presentation media and the wearer affect the degree of color effect of clothes. The physiological effect caused by the“presentation media with reality”such as an original and an Alice mirror differs from the physiological effect caused by the“presentation media without reality”such as a picture, a display and a screen. A little correlation was recognized between the psychological reaction and the physiological reaction.
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  • Manami MORISAKI, Miyuki MORITA
    2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 863-870
    Published: December 25, 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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    An influence of surfactants and the prepared model detergent on the transfer inhibition of Orange II was investigated by measuring the decoloration rate constants and the dye transfer to nylon fabric using peroxidase derived from rice hulls (RPO) . When SDS and Brij-35 (cmc×1.5) were added to the decoloration system, the decoloration rate constant was lower than that of RPO single system. However, it is possible to inhibit the dye transfer in RPO-surfactant system at 20°C. At 60°C, the dye transfer to the nylon fabric was greatly affected by the presence of surfactants, there was no transfer of Orange II to nylon fabric. Moreover, the fabric was examined about dye transfer in the presence of RPO and the prepared model detergent, the system completely inhibited the dye transfer to the fabric. RPO-surfactant system is efficiently reacted to the dye transfer at 20 or 60°C.
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  • 2007 Volume 48 Issue 12 Pages 879
    Published: 2007
    Released: September 30, 2010
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