The purpose of this study was to identity clothing
purchasing habits of women 60 years of age and over.
Data for this study were obtained from a questionnaire
administered to 94 women, 60 years of age and over, living
in Portland, Corvallis, and Eugene, Oregon. The sample was
An increased cross-cultural interaction around the world is
being dictated by the ever increasing communication needs required
by business and national concerns. This increased interaction, and its
resultant inter-dependence, is often referred to as "Globalization."
Due to the effect of globalization on the business and education
environments, this study was...
Factors associated with the clothing selection practices of
Oregon horse show exhibitors were studied by means of a mailed
questionnaire. Purposes of the study were to determine the extent
to which exhibitors believe that apparel enters into a judge's evaluation
of competitors, to determine the extent to which trainers provide...
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship
between the weaving performance and the visual perception abilities
of primary school children. The sample population consisted of 50
first-graders, 26 boys and 24 girls.
A measure was developed to test weaving performance; the
children participated in a weaving lesson...
The study was undertaken to investigate characteristics of
consumers of used clothing and the outlets in which used clothing is
sold. The investigation of consumer characteristics involved demographic factors such as sex, age, educational level, employment
status, family composition, income level, user of clothing purchased,
use of clothing, reasons for...
The Thomas Kay Woolen Mill once manufactured cloth with a
reputation renowned throughout the United States. This study is an
attempt to report the history of the mill. Data are categorized by:
the Kay family; production including plant, machinery, raw materials
used, goods manufactured; management including the effects of