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존 듀이의 트랜스액션의 관점으로 본 감성적 패션디자인의 표현 특성

Title
존 듀이의 트랜스액션의 관점으로 본 감성적 패션디자인의 표현 특성
Other Titles
Expressive Characteristics of Emotional Fashion Design from Viewpoint of John Dewey’s Transaction
Author
이영재
Keywords
emotion(감성); emotional expression(감성적 표현); emotional satisfaction(감성적 충족); fashion(패션); Transaction(트랜스액션)
Issue Date
2019-02
Publisher
한국복식학회
Citation
복식, v. 69, No. 2, Page. 90-100
Abstract
In the culture and arts, there is a tendency to stimulate the five senses with various approaches with the incorporation of digital technology and to form empathy through interactive communication by inducing the audience into the creative process. In fashion design, researches are actively being performed to make the interaction by attracting the wearers and the observers to the new subject through the experience that satisfies the sensibility. Fashion, which is a visual communication tool, has been perceived as a means of self - expression and as a metaphor for information transmission in the past, however, in the future, fashion is expected to used for sharing the emotional and empirical values of the individual understood through information. The purpose of this study was to analyze emotional fashion design works from the perspective of John Dewey's transaction and to examine their expressive characteristics. In addition, this study is to clarify that fashion as a way to stimulate human emotion is becoming a medium of three-dimensional interaction between the organism and the environment. Through this, it is significant to newly define the role of fashion to expand the shared value of experience and human perception, and to explore the possibility of future fashion.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/journal/articleDetail?nodeId=NODE07620726&language=ko_KRhttp://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/112241
ISSN
1229-6880
DOI
10.7233/jksc.2019.69.2.090
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COLLEGE OF DESIGN[E](디자인대학) > JEWELRY & FASHION DESIGN(주얼리·패션디자인학과) > Articles
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