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Social psychology of dress, Sharron J. Lennon, Kim P. Johnson, Nancy A. Rudd

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Social psychology of dress
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Social psychology of dress
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Sharron J. Lennon, Kim P. Johnson, Nancy A. Rudd
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  • "Social Psychology of Dress presents and explains the major theories and concepts that are important to understanding relationships between dress and human behavior. These concepts and theories are derived from such disciplines as sociology, psychology, anthropology, communication, and textiles and clothing. Information presented will provide summaries of empirical research, as well as examples from current events or popular culture. The book provides a broad-based and inclusive discussion of the social psychology of dress, including: - The study of dress and how to do it - Cultural topics such as cultural patterns including technology, cultural complexity, normative order, aesthetics, hygiene, ethnicity, ritual - Societal topics such as family, economy-occupation, social organizations and sports, fraternal organizations - Individual-focused theories on deviance, personality variables, self, values, body image and social cognition - Coverage of key theories related to dress and identity provide a strong theoretical foundation for further research Unique chapter features bring in industry application and current events. The end-of-chapter summaries, discussion questions and activities give students opportunities to study and research dress. Teaching resources including an instructor's guide, test bank and PowerPoint presentations with full-color versions of images from the textbook."--
  • "Social Psychology of Dress presents and explains the major theories and concepts that are important to understanding relationships between dress and human behavior. These concepts and theories are derived from such disciplines as sociology, psychology, anthropology, communication, and textiles and clothing. Information presented will provide summaries of empirical research, as well as examples from current events or popular culture. The book provides a broad-based and inclusive discussion of the social psychology of dress, including: - The study of dress and how to do it - Cultural topics such as cultural patterns including technology, cultural complexity, normative order, aesthetics, hygiene, ethnicity, ritual - Societal topics such as family, economy-occupation, social organizations and sports, fraternal organizations - Individual-focused theories on deviance, personality variables, self, values, body image and social cognition - Coverage of key theories related to dress and identity provide a strong theoretical foundation for further research"--
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GT525
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.L46 2017
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  • Johnson, Kim K. P.,
  • Rudd, Nancy A.
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  • Clothing and dress
  • Clothing and dress
  • Social psychology
  • DESIGN
  • DESIGN
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Clothing and dress
  • Clothing and dress
  • Social psychology
  • Kleidung
  • Sozialisation
  • Bekleidungsindustrie
  • Mode
  • Soziale Identität
  • Beauty and Fashion
  • Beauty and Fashion
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Social psychology of dress, Sharron J. Lennon, Kim P. Johnson, Nancy A. Rudd
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • What is Culture?
  • Stereotyping
  • Dress In The News: Sex Discrimination Continues
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 5.
  • Dress and Impression Formation
  • Introduction
  • In-Class Activity: Construct a Diagram That Reflects the Various Groups to Which You Belong
  • Attribution
  • Attribution Theories
  • Attributions of Victim Responsibility and Dress
  • Attributions Concerning Hiring and Dress
  • Dress In The News: Professionalism in the Workplace
  • In-Class Activity: Control of Appearance
  • Impression Formation
  • Processes for Investigating Relationships between Dress and Impression Formation
  • Industry Application: Black Friday Violence and Attribution
  • Implicit Personality Theory
  • Artifacts, Mentifacts, and Sociofacts
  • In-Class Activity: Implicit Personality Theory
  • Impression Management
  • Dramaturgy
  • Passing
  • In-Class Activity: Passing
  • Role Distance
  • Dress and Impression Management
  • Casual Business Dress
  • Role Theory
  • Dressing-Out-of-Role
  • Dress In The News: Sarkozy Bans Burgas
  • Behavioral Consequences of Social Perception
  • Dress Affects the Behavior of Others
  • Dress Affects One's Own Behaviors
  • Perspectives That Explain Why Dress Influences Behavior
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 6.
  • Industry Application: Dubai
  • Dress and Physical Appearance
  • Introduction
  • Social Comparison Theory
  • Rudd and Lennon Model of Body Aesthetics
  • In-Class Activity: Cultural Ideal
  • In-Class Activity: Coping Strategies
  • Faces
  • Facial Attractiveness
  • Attractiveness and Real Life Outcomes
  • Industry Application: Appearance Discrimination
  • Context for the Study of Dress
  • Attractiveness and Advertising
  • What Aspects of Facial Appearance Contribute to Attractiveness?
  • In-Class Activity: Averaging Faces
  • Manipulations of Faces
  • Aging Faces, Anti-Aging Products, and Non-Invasive Procedures
  • Dress In The News: A Price to Pay for Looking Old?
  • Research on the Use of Anti-Aging Products and Non-Invasive Procedures
  • Research on Use of Cosmetics
  • Tanning
  • Dress In The News: Hot or Not
  • Contextual Perspective
  • Bodies
  • In-Class Activity: Cathie Jung
  • Body Type
  • Dress In The News: Wedding Reality Shows
  • Overweight Stigma
  • In-Class Activity: Fat Zapping
  • The Politics of Body Size
  • Dress In The News: Fat Discrimination
  • Inscribed Bodies
  • Body Modifications in Applied Settings
  • Cognitive Perspective
  • Aging Bodies
  • Cosmetic Surgery for Faces and Bodies
  • What Predicts Why Some People Endorse Cosmetic Surgery and Others Do Not?
  • Dress In The News: Men's Cosmetic Surgery
  • In-Class Activity: Minimally Invasive Procedures
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • In-Class Activity: Describe a Time When You Had an Immediate Connection or Reaction to Someone Else Based on their Appearance
  • 7.
  • Dress and Body Image
  • Introduction
  • Definition and Components of Body Image
  • Perceptual Component
  • Attitudinal Component
  • Behavioral Component
  • In-Class Activity: Reflect On and Evaluate Your Emotional Responses to Perceptions of Yourself
  • In-Class Activity: List Aspects of Your Daily Routine
  • Body Image Disturbance
  • Symbolic Interaction
  • Dress In The News: Dangerous Runways
  • How Is Body Image Measured?
  • Perceptual Measures
  • Dress In The News: Confidently Beautiful
  • Attitudinal Measures
  • Behavioral Measures
  • What We Know about Body Image Among Various Populations
  • Body Image in Adult Women
  • Body Image in Adult Men
  • Body Image In Children and Adolescents
  • 1.
  • Cultural/Historical Perspective
  • Racial and Ethnic Differences in Body Image Among Women and Men
  • Body Image in Gay Men and Women
  • Factors that Influence Body Image
  • Media Exposure
  • Social Comparison
  • In-Class Activity: Keep a Record for One Week
  • In-Class Activity: Assessment of Body Characteristics
  • In-Class Activity: Routine and Non-Routine Appearance Management Behaviors
  • Industry Application: Social Comparison When Shopping
  • Self-Esteem
  • Cultural Viewpoints
  • Gender Ideology
  • In-Class Activity: Complete the Rosenberg Self Esteem Inventory
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 8.
  • Dress and Personality
  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of Culture that Affect Dress
  • What Is Personality?
  • The Conflict Perspective
  • Psychodynamic Theory
  • In-Class Activity: Ego-Screaming
  • The Fulfillment Perspective: Needs
  • In-Class Activity: Defense Mechanisms
  • In-Class Activity: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  • Need for Uniqueness
  • Fulfillment Perspective: Traits
  • In-Class Activity: Personality Ratings
  • Summary
  • Dress In The News: Dressing to Impress or Not
  • Dress In The News: What Does the Color of Your Clothes Say about Your Personality?
  • Does Dress Accurately Convey Personality?
  • In-Class Activity: Appearing Any Way You Want
  • Aversive Personality Traits: The Dark Triad
  • In-Class Activity: Selfies and Narcissism
  • Industry Application: Narcissism and Consumption
  • Narcissists and Problem Consumption
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 9.
  • Dress and the Self
  • Introduction
  • Self Defined
  • In-Class Activity: Self Then and Now
  • Experiences of Self: Reflexive Consciousness
  • In-Class Activity: Domains of the Self
  • Discussion Questions
  • In-Class Activity: Ideal and Real Self-Concepts
  • Self-Perception Theory
  • Symbolic Self-Completion Theory
  • Experiences of Self: Interpersonal Aspects
  • Symbolic Interactionism
  • Dress In The News: A Case of Self-Expression
  • Public, Intimate, and Secret Self
  • The Collective Self
  • In-Class Activity: Transitioning Selves
  • In-Class Activity: Dress Used to Deceive Others
  • Suggested Readings
  • Experiences of Self: Executive Function
  • Industry Application: Zappos
  • Additional Relationships Between the Self and Appearance
  • Proximity of Clothing to Self
  • Concepts Tied to the Self Used to Examine Other Behaviors Related to Clothing
  • Self-Consciousness Theory
  • In-Class Activity: Self-Monitoring and Customer Service in an Apparel Store
  • Self-Monitoring
  • Self-Objectification
  • Industry Application: Wearing Brands as Indicator of Self?
  • References
  • Self-Actualization
  • Self-Esteem
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 10.
  • Dress and Identity
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • In-Class Activity: Who Am I?
  • Negotiation of Identity
  • Identity Theory
  • In-Class Activity: Role of a Teaching Assistant
  • Dress In The News: Eagle Feather at Graduation
  • Industry Application: How Identity Theory Is Relevant to Costume Design
  • Identity and Dress
  • In-Class Activity: Body Work
  • In-Class Activity: Identity Reconstruction
  • Identity Construction
  • Origins and Functions of Dress
  • In-Class Activity: Identity Construction
  • Industry Application: Corporate Identity and Identity Programs
  • Online Identities
  • Why Study Dress?
  • Introduction
  • Origins of Dress
  • Dress In The News: Earth Mother
  • Functions of Dress
  • Protection
  • Communication
  • Where Does Information about Dress Come From?
  • Artifacts of Dress
  • Industry Application: Archaeology, Conservation, and Forensics
  • Written Sources
  • Introduction
  • Visual Representations
  • Lived Experiences
  • In-Class Activity: With a Partner, Discuss Your Favorite Color
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 3.
  • Conducting Research on Dress
  • Why Study Dress?
  • Introduction
  • In-Class Activity: How to Tell if an Article Is Empirical Research
  • Paradigms
  • Institutional Review Boards
  • Research Strategies
  • Fieldwork
  • In-Class Activity: Are Salespeople Affected by Customer Dress?
  • Non-Reactive Research
  • Experimentation
  • In-Class Activity: Content Analysis of Lapel and Jacket Types
  • What is Dress?
  • Survey Research
  • Dress In The News: Survey Research about Steroids
  • Sampling
  • Industry Application: Mystery Shopping
  • Information Literacy
  • Definition
  • Evaluation of Source Material
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • In-Class Activity: List the Appearance Behaviors That You Engage In
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 4.
  • Dress and Social Cognition
  • Introduction
  • Social Perception
  • What Makes Us Pay Attention to Some Cues and Ignore Others?
  • Novel Cues
  • Salience
  • Do We Have To Be Aware of Cues That Affect Us?
  • Cross-cultural Classifications of Dress
  • Person Perception
  • Social Perception and Stimulus Variables
  • Clothing Style
  • Fashionability
  • Clothing Color
  • Attractive Dress
  • Industry Application: Dress for Success
  • General Appearance Variables: Grooming, Cleanliness, Shabbiness
  • Social Perception and Perceiver Variables
  • Social Perception and Context Variables
  • In-Class Activity: List the Body Modifications and Supplements You Show in Your Dress
  • Person Perception Process: An Interactional View
  • Categorization
  • Categorization of Objects
  • In-Class Activity: Sportswear Categorization
  • Categorization of Dress
  • Categorization of Textiles
  • Social Categorization
  • Dress In The News: Categorization by Dress and Ethnicity
  • Schema
  • In-Class Activity: Consideration Set
  • Dress In The News: J. Crew Ad Controversy
  • Comparison of Different Aesthetic Ideals in Dress
  • In-Class Activity: How Does Dress Impact the Work Environment?
  • Dress In The News: Workplace Dress Codes
  • In-Class Activity: Pick Ten Selfies
  • Framework for Examining Dress on the Body
  • Cultural Authentication
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • Sexual Orientation as Component of Gender Identity
  • References
  • 14.
  • Dress and Cultural Rituals
  • Introduction
  • Religious Dress and Identity
  • Old Order Amish
  • Dress In The News: Hate Crimes
  • Mormon Views
  • Islamic Views
  • In-Class Activity: Islamic Women, Headscarves, and Migration
  • Research on Gendered Aspects of Dress
  • Religious Dress and Personal Control
  • Religious Dress and the Social Order
  • Dress Differentiates the Ordinary from the Sacred
  • Dress Glorifies
  • Dress Expresses Devotion
  • Religious Dress and Social Interaction
  • In-Class Activity: Dressing for Religious Services
  • Rituals
  • Rites of Passage
  • In-Class Activity: Rites of Passage
  • Summary
  • Magic
  • In-Class Activity: Lucky Dress
  • Everyday Rituals: Hygiene/Health
  • Scientific Approach
  • Industry Application: Questionable Claims and Health/Beauty Products
  • Cultural Approach
  • Dress In The News: Cleanliness
  • Dress and Threats to Health
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 11.
  • Dress and Socialization
  • Identity and Stigma
  • Introduction
  • Ascribed and Achieved Statuses
  • Dress In The News: Dress Norms
  • Status Set
  • Norms and Roles
  • In-Class Activity: Social Position
  • Concepts Related to Status and Role
  • Prescribed Role
  • Role Perception
  • Role Performance
  • Consumption Events
  • In-Class Activity: Conflicting Role Expectations
  • Role Ambiguity
  • Role Strain
  • Socialization
  • Formal and Informal Socialization
  • Industry Application: Mattel Creates Diverse Barbies
  • Dress In The News: When Did Pink Signify Girl and Blue Signify Boy?
  • How Do We Learn How We Should Look?
  • Socialization Agents: Parents
  • In-Class Activity: Family and Appearance Management
  • In-Class Activity: La Quinceanera
  • Socialization Agents: Peers
  • Socialization Agents: Personal Shoppers
  • Socialization Agents: Retailers and Manufacturers
  • Socialization Agents: Media
  • Industry Application: Image Consultants
  • Socialization Agents: Professionals
  • Socialization Agents: Cultural Beliefs
  • Socialization and Acquisition of Dress
  • Fashion Therapy
  • Makeover Shows
  • Identity Development
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 12.
  • Dress and Social Organizations
  • Introduction
  • Social Groups
  • In-Class Activity: Senior Cords
  • Dress In The News: American Girl Dolls
  • Subculture
  • Types of Social Groups
  • Primary Groups
  • In-Group Membership
  • Dress In The News: Comic Book Guys and Cosplay Women
  • In-Class Activity: Fans and Dress
  • In-Class Activity: Wearing a Cause
  • Out-Groups
  • In-Class Activity: Clothing Deprivation
  • Secondary Groups
  • Gender Identity
  • School Dress Codes and Uniforms
  • Other Secondary Groups
  • In-Class Activity: Dress Codes in Schools
  • Industry Application: School Uniform Policy Drives Fashion Apparel Sales
  • Stratification Systems
  • Dress In The News: Red Hat Society and Changing Attitudes about Aging
  • Organizations
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Gender Roles, Gendered Dress, and Gender Stereotyping
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 13.
  • Dress and Cultural Aesthetics
  • Introduction
  • Levels of Culture and the Spread of Culture
  • Cultural Complexity
  • Dress as a Cultural Sub-System
  • Technical Patterns
  • Tools, Processes, Skill, Inventions
  • In-Class Activity: Designing for Television
  • Smart Clothing
  • Gender Roles in Producing Dress
  • Social Systems and Normative Patterns
  • In-Class Activity: Create and Describe a Culture
  • Types of Norms
  • Industry Application: Anti-Aging
  • In-Class Activity: Watch a Child Beauty Pageant
  • Aesthetic Patterns
  • What is Beautiful
  • In-Class Activity: Aesthetic Perceptions and Judgment
Control code
956959273
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xv, 379 pages
Isbn
9781501313561
Lccn
2016039919
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
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Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)956959273
Label
Social psychology of dress, Sharron J. Lennon, Kim P. Johnson, Nancy A. Rudd
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • What is Culture?
  • Stereotyping
  • Dress In The News: Sex Discrimination Continues
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 5.
  • Dress and Impression Formation
  • Introduction
  • In-Class Activity: Construct a Diagram That Reflects the Various Groups to Which You Belong
  • Attribution
  • Attribution Theories
  • Attributions of Victim Responsibility and Dress
  • Attributions Concerning Hiring and Dress
  • Dress In The News: Professionalism in the Workplace
  • In-Class Activity: Control of Appearance
  • Impression Formation
  • Processes for Investigating Relationships between Dress and Impression Formation
  • Industry Application: Black Friday Violence and Attribution
  • Implicit Personality Theory
  • Artifacts, Mentifacts, and Sociofacts
  • In-Class Activity: Implicit Personality Theory
  • Impression Management
  • Dramaturgy
  • Passing
  • In-Class Activity: Passing
  • Role Distance
  • Dress and Impression Management
  • Casual Business Dress
  • Role Theory
  • Dressing-Out-of-Role
  • Dress In The News: Sarkozy Bans Burgas
  • Behavioral Consequences of Social Perception
  • Dress Affects the Behavior of Others
  • Dress Affects One's Own Behaviors
  • Perspectives That Explain Why Dress Influences Behavior
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 6.
  • Industry Application: Dubai
  • Dress and Physical Appearance
  • Introduction
  • Social Comparison Theory
  • Rudd and Lennon Model of Body Aesthetics
  • In-Class Activity: Cultural Ideal
  • In-Class Activity: Coping Strategies
  • Faces
  • Facial Attractiveness
  • Attractiveness and Real Life Outcomes
  • Industry Application: Appearance Discrimination
  • Context for the Study of Dress
  • Attractiveness and Advertising
  • What Aspects of Facial Appearance Contribute to Attractiveness?
  • In-Class Activity: Averaging Faces
  • Manipulations of Faces
  • Aging Faces, Anti-Aging Products, and Non-Invasive Procedures
  • Dress In The News: A Price to Pay for Looking Old?
  • Research on the Use of Anti-Aging Products and Non-Invasive Procedures
  • Research on Use of Cosmetics
  • Tanning
  • Dress In The News: Hot or Not
  • Contextual Perspective
  • Bodies
  • In-Class Activity: Cathie Jung
  • Body Type
  • Dress In The News: Wedding Reality Shows
  • Overweight Stigma
  • In-Class Activity: Fat Zapping
  • The Politics of Body Size
  • Dress In The News: Fat Discrimination
  • Inscribed Bodies
  • Body Modifications in Applied Settings
  • Cognitive Perspective
  • Aging Bodies
  • Cosmetic Surgery for Faces and Bodies
  • What Predicts Why Some People Endorse Cosmetic Surgery and Others Do Not?
  • Dress In The News: Men's Cosmetic Surgery
  • In-Class Activity: Minimally Invasive Procedures
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • In-Class Activity: Describe a Time When You Had an Immediate Connection or Reaction to Someone Else Based on their Appearance
  • 7.
  • Dress and Body Image
  • Introduction
  • Definition and Components of Body Image
  • Perceptual Component
  • Attitudinal Component
  • Behavioral Component
  • In-Class Activity: Reflect On and Evaluate Your Emotional Responses to Perceptions of Yourself
  • In-Class Activity: List Aspects of Your Daily Routine
  • Body Image Disturbance
  • Symbolic Interaction
  • Dress In The News: Dangerous Runways
  • How Is Body Image Measured?
  • Perceptual Measures
  • Dress In The News: Confidently Beautiful
  • Attitudinal Measures
  • Behavioral Measures
  • What We Know about Body Image Among Various Populations
  • Body Image in Adult Women
  • Body Image in Adult Men
  • Body Image In Children and Adolescents
  • 1.
  • Cultural/Historical Perspective
  • Racial and Ethnic Differences in Body Image Among Women and Men
  • Body Image in Gay Men and Women
  • Factors that Influence Body Image
  • Media Exposure
  • Social Comparison
  • In-Class Activity: Keep a Record for One Week
  • In-Class Activity: Assessment of Body Characteristics
  • In-Class Activity: Routine and Non-Routine Appearance Management Behaviors
  • Industry Application: Social Comparison When Shopping
  • Self-Esteem
  • Cultural Viewpoints
  • Gender Ideology
  • In-Class Activity: Complete the Rosenberg Self Esteem Inventory
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 8.
  • Dress and Personality
  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of Culture that Affect Dress
  • What Is Personality?
  • The Conflict Perspective
  • Psychodynamic Theory
  • In-Class Activity: Ego-Screaming
  • The Fulfillment Perspective: Needs
  • In-Class Activity: Defense Mechanisms
  • In-Class Activity: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  • Need for Uniqueness
  • Fulfillment Perspective: Traits
  • In-Class Activity: Personality Ratings
  • Summary
  • Dress In The News: Dressing to Impress or Not
  • Dress In The News: What Does the Color of Your Clothes Say about Your Personality?
  • Does Dress Accurately Convey Personality?
  • In-Class Activity: Appearing Any Way You Want
  • Aversive Personality Traits: The Dark Triad
  • In-Class Activity: Selfies and Narcissism
  • Industry Application: Narcissism and Consumption
  • Narcissists and Problem Consumption
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 9.
  • Dress and the Self
  • Introduction
  • Self Defined
  • In-Class Activity: Self Then and Now
  • Experiences of Self: Reflexive Consciousness
  • In-Class Activity: Domains of the Self
  • Discussion Questions
  • In-Class Activity: Ideal and Real Self-Concepts
  • Self-Perception Theory
  • Symbolic Self-Completion Theory
  • Experiences of Self: Interpersonal Aspects
  • Symbolic Interactionism
  • Dress In The News: A Case of Self-Expression
  • Public, Intimate, and Secret Self
  • The Collective Self
  • In-Class Activity: Transitioning Selves
  • In-Class Activity: Dress Used to Deceive Others
  • Suggested Readings
  • Experiences of Self: Executive Function
  • Industry Application: Zappos
  • Additional Relationships Between the Self and Appearance
  • Proximity of Clothing to Self
  • Concepts Tied to the Self Used to Examine Other Behaviors Related to Clothing
  • Self-Consciousness Theory
  • In-Class Activity: Self-Monitoring and Customer Service in an Apparel Store
  • Self-Monitoring
  • Self-Objectification
  • Industry Application: Wearing Brands as Indicator of Self?
  • References
  • Self-Actualization
  • Self-Esteem
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 10.
  • Dress and Identity
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • In-Class Activity: Who Am I?
  • Negotiation of Identity
  • Identity Theory
  • In-Class Activity: Role of a Teaching Assistant
  • Dress In The News: Eagle Feather at Graduation
  • Industry Application: How Identity Theory Is Relevant to Costume Design
  • Identity and Dress
  • In-Class Activity: Body Work
  • In-Class Activity: Identity Reconstruction
  • Identity Construction
  • Origins and Functions of Dress
  • In-Class Activity: Identity Construction
  • Industry Application: Corporate Identity and Identity Programs
  • Online Identities
  • Why Study Dress?
  • Introduction
  • Origins of Dress
  • Dress In The News: Earth Mother
  • Functions of Dress
  • Protection
  • Communication
  • Where Does Information about Dress Come From?
  • Artifacts of Dress
  • Industry Application: Archaeology, Conservation, and Forensics
  • Written Sources
  • Introduction
  • Visual Representations
  • Lived Experiences
  • In-Class Activity: With a Partner, Discuss Your Favorite Color
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 3.
  • Conducting Research on Dress
  • Why Study Dress?
  • Introduction
  • In-Class Activity: How to Tell if an Article Is Empirical Research
  • Paradigms
  • Institutional Review Boards
  • Research Strategies
  • Fieldwork
  • In-Class Activity: Are Salespeople Affected by Customer Dress?
  • Non-Reactive Research
  • Experimentation
  • In-Class Activity: Content Analysis of Lapel and Jacket Types
  • What is Dress?
  • Survey Research
  • Dress In The News: Survey Research about Steroids
  • Sampling
  • Industry Application: Mystery Shopping
  • Information Literacy
  • Definition
  • Evaluation of Source Material
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • In-Class Activity: List the Appearance Behaviors That You Engage In
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 4.
  • Dress and Social Cognition
  • Introduction
  • Social Perception
  • What Makes Us Pay Attention to Some Cues and Ignore Others?
  • Novel Cues
  • Salience
  • Do We Have To Be Aware of Cues That Affect Us?
  • Cross-cultural Classifications of Dress
  • Person Perception
  • Social Perception and Stimulus Variables
  • Clothing Style
  • Fashionability
  • Clothing Color
  • Attractive Dress
  • Industry Application: Dress for Success
  • General Appearance Variables: Grooming, Cleanliness, Shabbiness
  • Social Perception and Perceiver Variables
  • Social Perception and Context Variables
  • In-Class Activity: List the Body Modifications and Supplements You Show in Your Dress
  • Person Perception Process: An Interactional View
  • Categorization
  • Categorization of Objects
  • In-Class Activity: Sportswear Categorization
  • Categorization of Dress
  • Categorization of Textiles
  • Social Categorization
  • Dress In The News: Categorization by Dress and Ethnicity
  • Schema
  • In-Class Activity: Consideration Set
  • Dress In The News: J. Crew Ad Controversy
  • Comparison of Different Aesthetic Ideals in Dress
  • In-Class Activity: How Does Dress Impact the Work Environment?
  • Dress In The News: Workplace Dress Codes
  • In-Class Activity: Pick Ten Selfies
  • Framework for Examining Dress on the Body
  • Cultural Authentication
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • Sexual Orientation as Component of Gender Identity
  • References
  • 14.
  • Dress and Cultural Rituals
  • Introduction
  • Religious Dress and Identity
  • Old Order Amish
  • Dress In The News: Hate Crimes
  • Mormon Views
  • Islamic Views
  • In-Class Activity: Islamic Women, Headscarves, and Migration
  • Research on Gendered Aspects of Dress
  • Religious Dress and Personal Control
  • Religious Dress and the Social Order
  • Dress Differentiates the Ordinary from the Sacred
  • Dress Glorifies
  • Dress Expresses Devotion
  • Religious Dress and Social Interaction
  • In-Class Activity: Dressing for Religious Services
  • Rituals
  • Rites of Passage
  • In-Class Activity: Rites of Passage
  • Summary
  • Magic
  • In-Class Activity: Lucky Dress
  • Everyday Rituals: Hygiene/Health
  • Scientific Approach
  • Industry Application: Questionable Claims and Health/Beauty Products
  • Cultural Approach
  • Dress In The News: Cleanliness
  • Dress and Threats to Health
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 11.
  • Dress and Socialization
  • Identity and Stigma
  • Introduction
  • Ascribed and Achieved Statuses
  • Dress In The News: Dress Norms
  • Status Set
  • Norms and Roles
  • In-Class Activity: Social Position
  • Concepts Related to Status and Role
  • Prescribed Role
  • Role Perception
  • Role Performance
  • Consumption Events
  • In-Class Activity: Conflicting Role Expectations
  • Role Ambiguity
  • Role Strain
  • Socialization
  • Formal and Informal Socialization
  • Industry Application: Mattel Creates Diverse Barbies
  • Dress In The News: When Did Pink Signify Girl and Blue Signify Boy?
  • How Do We Learn How We Should Look?
  • Socialization Agents: Parents
  • In-Class Activity: Family and Appearance Management
  • In-Class Activity: La Quinceanera
  • Socialization Agents: Peers
  • Socialization Agents: Personal Shoppers
  • Socialization Agents: Retailers and Manufacturers
  • Socialization Agents: Media
  • Industry Application: Image Consultants
  • Socialization Agents: Professionals
  • Socialization Agents: Cultural Beliefs
  • Socialization and Acquisition of Dress
  • Fashion Therapy
  • Makeover Shows
  • Identity Development
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 12.
  • Dress and Social Organizations
  • Introduction
  • Social Groups
  • In-Class Activity: Senior Cords
  • Dress In The News: American Girl Dolls
  • Subculture
  • Types of Social Groups
  • Primary Groups
  • In-Group Membership
  • Dress In The News: Comic Book Guys and Cosplay Women
  • In-Class Activity: Fans and Dress
  • In-Class Activity: Wearing a Cause
  • Out-Groups
  • In-Class Activity: Clothing Deprivation
  • Secondary Groups
  • Gender Identity
  • School Dress Codes and Uniforms
  • Other Secondary Groups
  • In-Class Activity: Dress Codes in Schools
  • Industry Application: School Uniform Policy Drives Fashion Apparel Sales
  • Stratification Systems
  • Dress In The News: Red Hat Society and Changing Attitudes about Aging
  • Organizations
  • Summary
  • Key Terms
  • Discussion Questions
  • Gender Roles, Gendered Dress, and Gender Stereotyping
  • Suggested Readings
  • References
  • 13.
  • Dress and Cultural Aesthetics
  • Introduction
  • Levels of Culture and the Spread of Culture
  • Cultural Complexity
  • Dress as a Cultural Sub-System
  • Technical Patterns
  • Tools, Processes, Skill, Inventions
  • In-Class Activity: Designing for Television
  • Smart Clothing
  • Gender Roles in Producing Dress
  • Social Systems and Normative Patterns
  • In-Class Activity: Create and Describe a Culture
  • Types of Norms
  • Industry Application: Anti-Aging
  • In-Class Activity: Watch a Child Beauty Pageant
  • Aesthetic Patterns
  • What is Beautiful
  • In-Class Activity: Aesthetic Perceptions and Judgment
Control code
956959273
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xv, 379 pages
Isbn
9781501313561
Lccn
2016039919
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
LIBRARY COPY DOES NOT CONTAIN ACCESS CODE TO EBOOK
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)956959273

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