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Clothing and Textiles Research Journal - 1982

Volume 1


* Sontag, M.S. & Schlater, J.D. Proximity of Clothing to Self: Evolution of a Concept
* Cheek, L. Dyeing High Wet Modulus Rayon Yarns with Fiber Reactive Dyes
* Paoletti, J.B. Content Analysis: Its Application to the Study of the History of Costume
* Dickerson, K.G. & Clowes, D.A. Curriculum Movement of Clothing and Textiles Programs from Four-Year to Two-Year Colleges
* Sibley, L.R. & Jakes, K.A. Textile Fabric Pseudomorphs, A Fossilized Form of Textile Evidence
* Joseph, M.L. History and Background of ACPTC

Clothing and Textiles Research Journal - 1983-1984

Volume 2, Issue 1


* Kaiser, S.B. Toward a Contextual Social Psychology of Clothing: A Synthesis of Symbolic Interactionist and Cognitive Theoretical Perspectives
* DeJonge, J.O., Vredevoogd, J. & Henry, M.S. Attitudes, Practices, and Preferences of Pesticide Users Toward Protective Apparel
* Chowdhary, U. & Meacham, E. Changing Focus of Textiles and Clothing Within Home Economics: An Analysis of Two Professional Journals
* DeLong, M.R. & Cerny, C. Cognitive Strategies to Describe Warm and Cool Appearances
* Patterson, C.A. & Warden, J. Selected Body Measurements of Women Aged Sixty-Five and Older
* Janecek, C. & Lunde, H. Hydrophilic Finishes: Effect on Selected Properties of Polyester Fabrics
* Thorpe, D.I. & Avery, C.E. A Demographic and Psychographic Assessment of a Specialty Store's Customers and Non-Customers
* Richards, L. The Rise and Fall of it All: The Hemlines and Hiplines of the 1920s
* Kelley, E. & Sweat, S. Correspondent Inference: Theoretical Framework for Viewing Clothed Appearances
* Cloud, R.M., Bondurant, L.A. & Keith, N.K. Efficacy of Four Cleaning Solutions in Removing Smoke Damage from Apparel Fabrics
* Laing, R.M. & Ingham, P.E. The Effectiveness of Specimen Tactile Evaluation as a Predictor of Garment Tactile Acceptability for Garments as a Whole and on a Reginal Basis


Volume 2, Issue 2


* Horn, M.J. Clothing and Textiles: Future by Emergent Design
* Shim, S.Y. The Future of Retailing: Implications for Textiles and Clothing Curriculum
* Forney, J.C. Global Perspective Education: A Rationale for Textiles and Clothing
* Dickson, C.A. Textiles and Clothing Business Professionals for the Twenty-First Century: Moving Toward Diversity
* Cassill, N. & Leonas, K. Preparing Textiles and Clothing for the Future
* Pedersen, E.L. The Ecological Alternative: An Option for the Future
* Loker, S. & Flynn, J.Z. Investing in the Future: ACPTC Northeastern Subregion Takes Stock
* Sproles, G.B. On Competition and the Future
* Paoletti, J.B. Does the Costume and Textile Historian Have a Place in the Future?
* Branson, D.H. & Jolly, L.D. Strategic Windows: Opportunities for the Future

Clothing and Textiles Research Journal -1984-1985

Volume 3, Issue 1


* Lennon, S.J. & Miller, F.G. Attire, Physical Appearance, and First Impressions: More is Less
* Butler, S.L. & Francis, S.K. Disseminating Energy Efficient Clothing Information: A Comparison of Two Methods
* Morris, M.A., Prato, H.H. & White, N.L. Relationship of Fiber Content and Fabric Properties to Comfort of Socks
* Workman, J.E. Effects of Appropriate and Inapproriate Attire on Attributions of Personal Dispositions
* Laing, R.M. & Ingham, P.E. Patterning of Objective and Subjective Responses to Heat Protective Clothing Systems, Part 1. Objective Measurements of Comfort
* Witter, B.S. & Noel, C. Apparel Advertising: A Study in Consumer Attitude Change
* Brenner, F.C. Test Method Standardization: A Dilemma
* Newton, A. Taxonomy for Independent Living Used to Classify Clothing Research


Volume 3, Issue 2


* Buckley, H.M. Toward an Operational Definition of Dress
* Rabolt, N.J. & Drake M.F. Reference Person Influence on Career Women's Dress
* Davis, L.L. Sex, Gender Identity, and Behavior Concerning Sex-Related Clothing
* Trautman, P. An 18th Century American Tailor: Myth and Reality as Seen Through One Tailor's Surviving Records
* Laing, R.M. & Ingham, P.E. Patterning of Objective and Subjective Responses to Heat Protective Clothing Systems, Part 2. Subjective Measurements of Comfort
* Nordquist, B.K. International Trade in Textiles and Clothing: Implications for the Future
* Damhorst, M.L. Meanings of Clothing Cues in Social Colntext

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Clothing and Textiles Research Journal - 1985 - 1986

Volume 4, Issue 1


* Francis, S.K. & Brown, D.J. Retail Buyers of Apparel and Appliances: A Comparison
* Sontag, M.S. Comfort Dimensions of Actual and Ideal Insulative Clothing for Older Women
* Behling, D. Fashion Change and Demographics: A Model
* Cheek, L. & Ladisch, C.M. Characteristics of Liquid Ammonia Treated and Sodium Hydroxide Mercerized High Wet Modulus Rayon and Cotton Fabrics
* Kean, R.C. Perceived Importance of Selected Skills to a Group of Discount Store Buyers
* Salusso-Deonier, C.J., DeLong, M.R., Martin, F. B. & Krohn, K.R. A Multivariate Method of Calssifying Body Form Variation for Sizing Women's Apparel
* Freeman, C.M., Kaiser, S.B., & Wingate, S.B. Perceptions of Functional Clothing By Persons with Physical Disabilities: A Social-Cognitive Framework
* Avery, C.E., Pestle, R.E. & Radcliffe, P.M. Hypothermia, Use of Textile Items, and the Elderly

Volume 4, Issue 2

* Forney, J.C. & Rabolt, N.J. Ethnic Identity: Its Relationship to Ethnic and Contemporary Dress
* Sheldon, G. Attitudes of Retailers and College Educators Toward Fashion Retail Internships
* Ray, G.H. Perception of Physically Impaired Job Applicants: Effects of Dress, Credentials, and Rater's Sex
* Farrell-Beck, J., Haviland, P. & Harding, T. Sewing Techniques in Women's Outerwear, 1800-1869
* Balkwell, C. On Peacocks and Peahens: A Cross-Cultural Investigation of the Effects of Economic Development on Sex Differences in Dress
* Wingate, S.B., Kaiser, S.B. & Freeman, C.M. Sa

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