2000 Proceedings Research
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2000 ITAA Proceedings #57

Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Research track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here. All rights reserved to ITAA.

 


2000 Research Proceedings (con't)


Papers Presented on Thursday      Papers Presented on Friday       Papers Presented on Saturday


Papers Presented on Friday


Arthur, L. B. (2000). THE WEB-BASED NETWORK LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: AN ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGY

Baker, M. G. and Michelman, S. O. (2000). A SENIOR SEMINAR: BRIDGE BETWEEN SCHOOL AND WORK

Barnes, M. L. and Rabolt, N. (2000). COUNTRY IMAGE: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEIVED GARMENT QUALITY AND PURCHASE INTENT

Bettinger, N. M. and Young, D. D. (2000). SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE PREFERRED WHEN HIRING FORENTRY-LEVEL POSITIONS IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY

Bickle, M. C. (2000). WebCT: Innovative Use of Technology in the Classroom

Bryant, N., Tatarka, B., and Shim, K.N. (2000). STRATEGIES FOR PROBLEM-SOLVING LONG-DISTANCE CO-DESIGN PROJECTS

Cain, C., Connell, L. J. and Ulrich, P. V. (2000). AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOR SMALL TEXTILE AND APPAREL MANUFACTURERS

Callen, K. S. and Ownbey, S. F. (2000). ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PHILOSOPHIES OF HUMAN NATURE AND PERCEPTIONS OF UNETHICAL CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

Campbell, J. R. and Parsons, J. (2000). USING DIGITAL TEXTILE PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES TO INTEGRATE PRINTED IMAGERY WITH A COMPLEX DRAPED JACKET PATTERN

Carroll, K. E., Kincade, D., and Quesenberry, P. (2000). THE USE OF THE WORLD WIDE WEB TO ACCESS CURRENT INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS IN AN UNDERGRADUATE INTRODUCTORY FASHION CLASS

Cosbey, S. and Hiller, J. (2000). EXPLORING IMAGES OF WOMEN IN MAGAZINE ADVERTISING USING THE ABOUT-FACE WEBSITE

Crutsinger, C., Tas, R., Hawley, J. M., and Dickenson, J. (2000). Delivering advanced internships via a web-based course

Davic, E. K. (2000). CONTRACT GRADING FOR A SKILL-BASED COURSE

Dickson, M. Lennon, S. J., Montalto, C. P., Shen, D. & Zhang, L. (2000). COMPETITIVENESS OF US APPAREL PRODUCTS IN CHINA

Forney, J. C. and Brandon, L. (2000). IMPORTANCE OF EVALUATIVE CRITERIA ACROSS PRODUCT CATEGORIES: A COMPARISON OF ANGLO AND HISPANIC FEMALES

Foster, I. M. (2000). Teaching Ladder and Assortment Plans Using An Adaptation of Industry Software: Academic Lite?

Hillery, J. and Cosbey, S. (2000). STRATEGIES FOR PROGRAM REJUVENATION: A GRASS ROOTS APPROACH

Huck, J. (2000). A MODEL FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: TECHNOLOGY, TEAMS AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Jackson, R. S. and Kincade, D. H. (2000). COMPARISON OF COLOR AND FABRIC PRESENTATION OPTIONS FOR THE DESIGN PROCESS

Jeon, Y. J. (2000). A Study on the Value Changes for the Korean Women in 1977-1998: A Content Analysis of Print Ads

Johnson, N. (2000). Towards an Introductory Course in Apparel Merchandising Education: A Jamaican Plan

Kallal, M. J. and Nguyen, N. (2000). DESIGNING A PROTOCOL FOR BODY SCANNING BASED ON CONSUMER INPUT

Kidd, L. K. (2000). CELEBRATING CREATIVITY: THE LIFE OF TERESA ZITTER

Kinley, T. R. (2000). Case Study With Real World Flavor

LaBat, K. and Bye, E. K. (2000). THE DESIGN INSTITUTE: AN EXPERIMENT IN INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN AT A MAJOR RESEARCH UNIVERSITY

Lee, S. E., Kunz, G. I., Fiore, A. M. and Campbell, J. R. (2000). ACCEPTANCE OF MASS CUSTOMIZATION OF APPAREL: MERCHANDISING ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH PREFERENCE

Lim, S., Yang, Y., Lee, S. H., Song, C. A. and Lennon, S. (2000) GLOBAL MARKET ASSESSMENT FOR WOMEN'S APPAREL: CROSS-NATIONAL COMPARISON OF AMERICAN AND KOREAN CONSUMERS

Lin, S.H., Kincade, D., Moore, M. A. (2000). THE OPTIMAL USE OF APPAREL CONTRACTING

Lin, S. H. (2000). AN INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR TEACHING FASHION ILLUSTRATION AND APPAREL CAD

MacDonald, N. M. (2000). INTENSIVE WRITING COURSES: DEVELOPMENT OF WRITING GUIDELINES

Manikowske, L. L. and Bastow-Shoop, H.E. (2000). Rural Consumer Attitudes and Practices Toward Use of the Internet to Buy Goods and Services

Manuel, M., Connell, L. J. and Presley, A. B. (2000). UNDERSTANDING THE FIT PREFERENCES OF BLACK PROFESSIONAL WOMEN

Marshall, S. G. (2000). FIELD-BASED LEARNING FOR TEACHING FASHION PROMOTION

Martin, K. Goodrum, A. and Gehosky, D. (2000). VIRTUAL COSTUME COLLECTIONS FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM: CREATING A METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING IMAGE SURROGATES FOR HISTORIC COSTUME

May-Plumlee, T. (2000). CONSUMER PURCHASE DATA AS A STRATEGIC PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TOOL

McLeod, H. and Campbell, J. R. (2000). TO DEMONSTRATE OR NOT TO DEMONSTRATE, IS THERE ANOTHER WAY?: A CREATIVE APPROACH TO LEARNING COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN PROGRAMS

Miller, P. B. (2000). ENHANCING CREATIVITY IN APPAREL DESIGN COURSES THROUGH CULTURAL DIVERSITY and CAD

Nam, Y., and Lee, S. H. (2000). IS THERE A UNIVERSAL STANDARD OF BEAUTY? A COMPARISON OF SELF-DISCREPANCY AND APPAREL SELECTION BEHAVIOR AMONG KOREAN AND AMERICAN WOMEN

Namwamba, G. W. (2000). ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES RELATED TO TEXTILE PRODUCTS

Nelson, N. J. and Williams, G. (2000). Exploring Dress in Everyday Life through Interpretive Inquiry

Nicholson, A. G., Wright, J. S., and Cushman, L. M. (2000). Q-METHODOLOGY AS A TOOL FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

O’Connell, E. K. and Ashdown, S. P. (2000). COMPARISON OF TEST PROTOCOLS TO ASSESS THE FIT OF MATURE WOMEN’S APPAREL

Ogle, J. P., Damhorst, M. L. (2000). BODY SATISFACTION AMONG MOTHERS AND THEIR ADOLESCENT DAUGHTERS: QUALITATIVE VALIDATION OF QUANTITATIVE DATA

Ownbey, S. and Branson, D. (2000). DEVELOPMENT OF AN APPAREL AND TEXTILES VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Ownbey, S. F. and Morton, D. (2000). APPAREL AND TEXTILE CONTENT-BASED SERVICE LEARNINGPROJECTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Parsons, J. L. (2000). "FOR HOMEMAKING AND A TRADE": PARADOX AND PROBLEMS IN THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF SYSTEMIZED SEWING INSTRUCTION

Paulins, A. (2000). SERVICE-LEARNING IN STRATEGIC RETAIL POLICY: NEW IMPLICATIONS FOR A SIMULATION EXPERIENCE

Paulins, A. (2000). THE IMPACT OF A SERVICE-LEARNING APPROACH IN A RETAIL MERCHANDISING CAPSTONE COURSE

Rhodes, E. A. (2000). KLEIBACKER: A WEB-BASED HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE MASTER OF BIAS

Ruth, J. and Sanders, E. A. (2000). FUNCTIONAL DESIGN APPLIED TO WOMEN’S CLIMBING APPAREL

Sanders, E. (2000). CREATING WEARABLE AND FIBER ART USING A THEORY-BASED STRUCTURE AND TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

Sanders, E. (2000). PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FOR APPAREL DESIGN STUDENTS: INFUSING THE CURRICULUM FROM FRESHMAN TO SENIOR LEVELS

Seo, H. Moore, M. and Fairhurst, A. (2000). Consumer behavior research: trends in topics, nature of inquiry, and methodology

Stanbery-Buckland, S. (2000). A HISTORY OF SEWING: TEACHING, CONTROVERSY, AND SURVIVAL THROUGH THE NEEDLE AND THREAD. Discussant Paper

Starr, C. and Krenzer, G. (2000). Design Process: Prototype Sports Bra

Stufflebean, T. (2000). FASHION MARKETING COMMUNICATION THROUGH NEWSLETTERS AND WEB SITES

Tatarka, B. (2000). APPLICATION OF BRICOLAGE

Ulrich, P. V. and Presley, A. B. (2000). BABY BOOM CONSUMERS' WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE IN A RESEARCH WEBSITE

Wright, J. and Nicholson, A. (2000). PERCEPTIONS OF SUCCESSFUL ATTRIBUTES FOR FASHION DESIGNERS: INDUSTRY VS. ACADEMY

Yoo, S., Bean, D., Shroyer, J., Harp, S., and Westfall, P. (2000). BUSINESS JACKET DESIGN PREFERENCES OF WORKING WOMEN

Young, D. D. (2000). UPDATED METHODS OF WRITING AND TRANSMITTING RESUMES

Yu, J. C. and Hong, K. H. (2000). CONSEQUENCES OF CONSUMER SATISFACTION/ DISSATISFACTION WITH THE PERFORMANCE OF APPAREL PRODUCTS AT PURCHASE AND AFTER CONSUMPTION: A COMPARISON OF U.S. AND SOUTH KOREAN CONSUMERS

Zhao, Y. (2000). APPAREL CONSUMPTION PATTERNS OF CHINESE AND AMERICAN CONSUMERS

 

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