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Title: 繊維製品の消費と消費者意識 : 整容下着について
Other Titles: Relation between consumption and consumers' understanding about fabric products, especially foundation garments
Authors: 堀内, 雅子
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: 群馬大学教育学部
Citation: 群馬大学教育学部紀要 芸術・技術・体育・生活科学編. 33, 207-215 (1998)
Abstract: I tried to analyze the change of the consumption of fabric products in Japan by "Annual Report on the Family Income and Expenditure Survey" and a questionnaire from 388 adult females in Gunma Prefecture. The results are as follows : 1 . The consumption of fabric products in Japan has increased mainly dependent on the Gross Domestic Products. 2. The ratio of the consumption of fabric products to the whole consumption decreased every year, resulting 5.9% in 1996. The reason of the decrease of clothing expense was mainly because of decrease of the payment for men's and children's wear. The amount paid for women' s wear is rather increasing. 3. Focusing on the foundation garment, it is the best way to fit foundation garments before purchasing to decrease the inactive ones. Although purchasing without fitting decreased since 1989, 5856 of the purchasers still buy the foundation garments without fitting. It is necessary to enlighten the necessity of fitting when buying them. 4 . Generally speaking, about 40% of the purchased foundations are inactive. Especially, the women with interesting in garments is tendency to keep inactive garments. On the other hand, those who buy them after fitting and wear until worn have less number of foundation garments and inactive ones.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/877
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