KAWANAKA Mitsuko

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Name
KAWANAKA Mitsuko
Affiliation
Soai University
Job title
Professer
Degree
Master of Domestic science(Kyoto Women's University), Doctor of Art(Takarazuka University of Art and Design)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1986
 - 
1991
 
1987
 - 
1995
Seian College of Art & Design, Lecturer
 
1995
   
 
- Soai College, associate professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1982
Graduate School, Division of Home Economics, Kyoto Women's University
 
 
 - 
2003
Graduate School, Division of Formation Arts, Takarazuka University of Art and Design
 
 
 - 
1979
Faculty of Home Economics, Kyoto Women's University
 

Misc

 
An Interpretation on the Structure of the Fashion Consumer Culture -The Integration of Fthnography and Artgraphy-
Annual Journal of Studies the Society for Fashion Busines   8, 11-21    2002
The Holisitc Model of the Consumer Cultural Meaning : The Postmodernism's Perspective on the Mature Consumer
Journol of Advertising Science   43, 1-16    2002
From Costume Aesthetics to Fashion Aesthetics-The Relation to Fashion Aesthetics and Consumer Behavior-
Bulletin of Takarazuka University of Art and Design   (14) 129   2001
The Costume in "La Belle Epoque" -Significance of Paul Poiret in Art Nouveau style-
The Coustume Aesthetics   13, 80-96    1984
A Study on Consciousness and behavior of Young Women of Today -Analysis Based on Questionnaire-
Annual Journal of Studies The Society for Fashion Business   (4)    1998

Books etc

 
The Costume Design
1991   
The Children's Dress
1994   

Works

 
The Book of Costume I・(]G0002[)
1992
The Book of Costume (]G0002[)
1992
Cocktall Dress
Artistic Activity   2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
The Fashion in the early of the 20th century.
Ordinary Research
Project Year: 1982 - 2004
The Costumes in India.
Ordinary Research
Project Year: 1993 - 1996
Play with the cloth.
Project Year: 1995 - 2005
Fashion Consumer Culture
Grants and Funding
Project Year: 2000 - 2003
Fashion Consumer Action
Ordinary Research
Project Year: 2001