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H100 Powerpoint 1 - Part II Intro Fashion Theory Gaining...

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Part II Intro Fashion Theory
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Gaining prominence Museum exhibitions Social awareness…ecological implications Globalization Academia
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Theory Conceptual network of propositions that explain observable phenomenon No comprehensive: variety of disciplinary perspectives Understand/explain/predict fashion change
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Directional Flows Veblen Theory of the Leisure Class 1899, economist/sociologist Conspicuous Consumption Simmel: trickle-down theory Field: trickle-up, status float (civil rights/ diversity) King: trickle-across, simultaneous adoption
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Models of Cyclical Change Historical Continuity Shifting Erogenous Zones, Laver (extremes) Pendulum Swing (extremes) Recurring Wave/Dynamic, Kroeber, etc. Historicism (retro/vintage) ORIGINS: Darwin The Origin of Species Hierarchical evolutionary development codes value of dress and appearance
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Structuralism Systematically analyze relationships, discover & interpret meaning Collective Selection, Blumer
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