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Analysis Eastern and Western Women’s Concept of Female Based on Comparison of Chinese Dudou and Western Corset

Mingxi Chen Xiaofen Ji
Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Online First: March 04, 2020
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M. Chen Xiaofen Ji, “Analysis Eastern and Western Women’s Concept of Female Based on Comparison of Chinese Dudou and Western Corset ”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 03, pp. 1790-1796, Mar. 2020.

Abstract

Compare to outwear, underwear is an item which is more private to women and has more connection with body and sex. That is why underwear usually be given more emotion and meaning. There is also a wonderful culture world behind the underwear. In the western and Chinese underwear aesthetic culture, the silhouette, color and pattern belong to the shallow cultural structure that has symbolic characteristics. And the sense of value and aesthetic hidden behind the interface of these forms belong to the deep cultural structure, also known as the hidden culture. The former is the external manifestation of the latter, and the latter is the inner definition and soul of the former. Through the discussion and research on the superficial cultural structure of underwear, we can understand and distinguish the differences between Chinese and western deep cultural structures, such as value ideal and aesthetic pursuit, and seek the root of them through appearances, so as to find out the deep connotation of the differences between Chinese and western underwear culture and its root.

References

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[2] Lixia Yang, Hongfu Wang (2013). Reactions to cultural differences between China and the west in the 16th and 19th century according to Dudou and corset. Fine Art Education Research, 2013-7
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[9] Yawen Zhang, Rongrong Cui (2015). Interpretation of Female Cultural Connotation of Dudou. Journal of Wuhan Textile University, 2015-28-4
[10] Fan Yang (2017). The Meaning and Representation of Dudou Pattern. Journal of Suzhou University. 2017-32-10
Published March 4, 2020
How to Cite
[1]
M. Chen Xiaofen Ji, “Analysis Eastern and Western Women’s Concept of Female Based on Comparison of Chinese Dudou and Western Corset ”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 03, pp. 1790-1796, Mar. 2020.

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References

[1] Jingjing Liu, Huie Liang, Jiaqin Zhang (2016). Art comparison of Dudou and corset. Journal of Clothing Research, 2016 .8 1-4
[2] Lixia Yang, Hongfu Wang (2013). Reactions to cultural differences between China and the west in the 16th and 19th century according to Dudou and corset. Fine Art Education Research, 2013-7
[3] Fengdan Guan, Dongyu Hou (2018). A brief analysis of the aesthetic difference between corset and Chinese Dudou. Clothing and Design, 2018-22
[4] Beibei Liao, Sijie Fan (2019). The relationship between the external form of Chinese Dudou and Confucianism. Chemical Fiber & Textile Technology, 2019-48-3
[5] Qian Cao (2012). If you want to talk, then talk. Hunan Normal University, Master’s thesis, 2012.5.1
[6] Kaiyan Zhou (2007). The Same Aesthetic Goal of Chinese and Western Dress Adornment
Demonstrated by Corset and Bound Feet. Art & Design. 2007.10 – 174
[7] Rong Li (2007). Chinese Traditional Underwear: Inheritance and Creation of Dudou. Journal of Wuhan University of Science and Engineering. 2017-20-1
[8] Wei Li, Tao Yuan, Renping Xu (2006). Study on Chinese Women Underwear Embroidery Pattern in Qing Dynasty. Journal of Henan Textile College. 2016-04
[9] Yawen Zhang, Rongrong Cui (2015). Interpretation of Female Cultural Connotation of Dudou. Journal of Wuhan Textile University, 2015-28-4
[10] Fan Yang (2017). The Meaning and Representation of Dudou Pattern. Journal of Suzhou University. 2017-32-10
Published March 4, 2020
How to Cite
[1]
M. Chen Xiaofen Ji, “Analysis Eastern and Western Women’s Concept of Female Based on Comparison of Chinese Dudou and Western Corset ”, sshj, vol. 4, no. 03, pp. 1790-1796, Mar. 2020.
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