What are textiles?
- Examples: babywipes, parachute, tshirt, dog leash, bedding
- Found in every industry
Textiles and textile products
- Polymera large molecule made by connecting many small molecules togerher to form
into thin films that are
Def. Natural Protein Fibers -> are animal based or of animal origin
Wool is from -> the fleece of animals
Silk is from the -> secretion of silk caterpillars
Natural Protein fibers are considered _ fibers. -> LUXURY
Def. Wool -> term used for all
Kurt Lewins Core Assumption of Psychology Social Behavior Best Understood by Developing and Testing Theories
- Theory = explanation; tentative
- Fact = event or observation; proven
- The cycle theory, research, and the social world:
Holley: Meaning and Mystery
Who am I?
I am unapologetically me
Name, gender roles, background
Sources of Self-KnowledgeWhere does knowledge of ourselves come from?
o Culture/gender rolessocial roles prescribed by culture
o Reflected appraisalswhat we think other peop
Chapter 8: Synthetic Fibers
To know the characteristics common to most synthetic fibers.
To identify the synthetic fibers used in apparel and interiors.
To describe the similarities and differences in characteristics and performance
Wittgenstein never tells us what objects or states of affairs are; he simply tells us
that they are the simplest kinds of things and facts there are. We can infer that by
"objects" he cannot mean things like tables and chairs, because
EXAM 2: Chapters 5-6
Self-Concept [ME]: a persons knowledge about himself including ones own traits, social
identities, and experiences
Stable aspect of self-concept self-schema
Self-schema: an integrated set of memories, beliefs, and generalizations ab