A100+-+Dress+Codes+Chapters+1%2C+2%2C+4

A100+-+Dress+Codes+Chapters+1%2C+2%2C+4 - Dress Codes...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/13/11 Dress Codes Introduction (Chapter 1), Nineteenth-Century Theories of Clothing (Chapter 2), and Characteristics of Modern Social Discourse (Chapter 4)
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2/13/11 Introduction: Perspectives of the Professionals and Social Scientists (anthropology, archaeology, economics, education, geography, history, linguistics, political science, international studies, psychology, sociology) – part of communication system; conformity vs. resistance; fashion = of a certain period; clothing = long- established patterns of dress; Old
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2/13/11 Introduction: The Notion of Public Public Memory… Part of core culture; through media and art tangible, concrete representations of collective thought Physical manifestations of political power or religious authority Add new clothing items to create additions to a repertoire of those
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2/13/11 Introduction: Clothing Semiotics Language (basic vocabulary and accepted rules of usage) like clothing is only significant used in a certain context… Style of Dress – (1) style of dress/elements of appearance enhance role performance = visual image confluence (2) ill-fitting clothes that refuse to become part of
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2/13/11 Introduction: Individual Speech “Talking to oneself through clothes” Personal vision to mirror an emotional state, speak to idiosyncrasies, important to the individual… but, has no social significance
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2/13/11 Introduction: “Public Speak” May serve as a public announcement that a group has declined to accept ideas/values of the mainstream - Fashion - Tie-signs - Tie-symbols… all reflect a collective response to interactions/events/nuances of
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2/13/11 Introduction: “Public Speak”
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