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Jon Williams PSY 105 – Prof. Zimmerman Go to any department store and look at the children’s department. How is the setup/decorations the same/different for infants/toddlers/girls/boys departments? Recently I went to Kohl’s, on the south side of Chicago, near Cicero. The store was no different than any other Kohl’s being that it was average size, relatively clean, and had separate departments based on age and gender. For the purposes of the assignment I observed the young girls and boys sections of the store. Following this I compared and contrasted different aspects of each department. First, I observed the girls section. Although nearly every color was present among the clothes, some were more prominent than others. Pink, yellow, and different shades of purple were the most common colors in the department. However, different variations of these colors were used for different ages. It appeared that clothing for girls ages 2-7 had softer shades of color than girls’ clothing ages 8 and up. The older girls’ clothing color was much more vibrant and
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