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고령사회를 대비한 뉴 시니어 여성의 체간부 체형 분석

Title
고령사회를 대비한 뉴 시니어 여성의 체간부 체형 분석
Other Titles
Torso shape analysis of new senior women for the aged society
Author
어미경
Keywords
고령사회; 뉴 시니어 여성; 체간부 체형 유형화; aged society; new senior women; torso shape classification
Issue Date
2019-06
Publisher
한국의상디자인학회
Citation
한국의상디자인학회지, v. 21, NO 2, Page. 95-108
Abstract
This study aims to determine the characteristics of new senior women’s torso shapes. The data was collected from the 7th Size Korea, which analyzed 412 women between the ages of 55-69. A factor analysis was performed based on 20 indices, including eight based on circumference, eight based on height and length measurements, and four based on torso flattening. The results of the factor analysis suggest five main factors: torso silhouette, longitudinal size of the body, torso flattening rate, abdominal shape, and posterior longitudinal size. The results of the cluster analysis suggest three overall types: Type 1 is the inverted triangular obese shape which is characterized by large breasts, small buttocks, a short height, and a forward-bending posture; Type 2 is the rectangular, slim shape which is characterized by a forward neck and a flat front and back of the torso, and is the most slender among the three types; Type 3 is the large rectangular, overall obese shape, which is characterized by a round shape with large breasts, waist, and buttocks, and a forward-bending posture with a protruding back, and this is the most obese type. According to the results of the cross-tabulation, women aged 55-59 showed no trend in body shape; women aged 60-64 showed an increases in the inverted triangular obese shape and the large rectangular, overall obese shape; women aged 65-69 showed an increase in the large rectangular, overall obese shape and a decrease in the rectangular slim shape. In summary, new senior women showed body shape characteristics of being short, more obese having, a bent over posture. As they grew older, the curves disappeared, and the body becomes rounder. The study found that variation in body shape exists among new senior women in the aged society.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/view/ar_view.asp?arid=4800197https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/121564
ISSN
1229-7240
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COLLEGE OF HUMAN ECOLOGY[S](생활과학대학) > CLOTHING & TEXTILES(의류학과) > Articles
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