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A Study on Classification of Chinese Men ’s Body Types-Focused in Beijing and Shanghai -A Study on Classification of Chinese Men ’s Body Types-Focused in Beijing and Shanghai -

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A Study on Classification of Chinese Men ’s Body Types-Focused in Beijing and Shanghai -
Authors
임순손희순김지연
Issue Date
Dec-2002
Publisher
한국패션비즈니스학회
Keywords
classifying; constitutional components; distribution; GB/TJournal of Fashion BusinessVol. 6; No. 6; pp.78~88(2002)socio-cultural changes; many Korean apparelcompanies have failed to establish in the Chineseapparel market due to poor understanding of; classifying; constitutional components; distribution; GB/TJournal of Fashion BusinessVol. 6; No. 6; pp.78~88(2002)socio-cultural changes; many Korean apparelcompanies have failed to establish in the Chineseapparel market due to poor understanding of
Citation
패션 비즈니스, v.6, no.6, pp.78 - 88
Journal Title
패션 비즈니스
Volume
6
Number
6
Start Page
78
End Page
88
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/16489
ISSN
1229-3350
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to provide for some basic data useful to production of the apparels fit andmeasured well for the Chinese men. For this purpose, 389 men aged between 20 and 49 and living inBeijing and Shanghai, China were sampled to be measured for their constitutions. Then, theirconstitutions were classified and thereupon, according to the Mens Wear Specifications (GB/T 1335.1-1997), National Standards of Peoples Republic of China. The collected data were statistically processedusing SAS 6.12 for technical statistical analysis, correlation analysis, factor analysis, group-wise analysis.The results of this study can be summarized as follows;1. As a result of the factor analysis aiming to determine Chinese mens constitutional components, fivecomponents could be identified: constitutional obesity, lateral body size, longitudinal body size,shoulder and back width, and shoulder drooping.2. As a result of classifying Chinese mens constitutions according to drop measurements, four typescould be identified. Y type had the lowest obesity and the highest longitudinal body size. A typehad a lower obesity and had an average longitudinal body size. B Type had the second highestobesity, the smallest longitudinal body size and shoulders/back width. C Type had the highestobesity, upper body length and shoulders/back width.3. In terms of distribution, B type (39.10%) of the sample, followed by A type (29.26%), C type(19.95%) and Y type (11.70%). In all, the results of this study suggests that B type represents theChinese men in contrast with GB specifying that A type represents the Chinese men. On the otherhand, Beijing region was dominated most by B type (37.06%), followed by A type (28.82%), Ctype (22.35%) and Y type (11.76%), while Shanghai region was dominated most by B type(41.13%), followed by A type (31.21%), C type (19.15%) and Y type (8.51%).
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