The purpose of this study was to investigate two aspects of high school boys' clothing attitudes as compared with their family value orientations and sex role attitudes. Family value orientations were measured through the Home Environment Inventory (Won Sik Jung: 1970). Sex role attitudes were measured through Osmond and Martin's Sex Role Attitude Scale. Clothing Attitudes: 1) Clothing Modesty was assessed by means of Kim; Won: Kim: and Lee's questionnaires, 2) Clothing Importance n?as assessed by means of Jung: Park: ana. Kirby'a questionnaires. The questionnaires were administered to a sample of 561 senior high school boys in Seoul. The data was analyzed by correlation. The results were as follows: 1) Traditional family value orientation was positively related to Clothing Modesty. 2) Materialistic family value orientation was positively related to Clothing Importance. 3) Sex role attitudes were not related to Clothing Importance and Clothing Modesty. 4) The attitude for the clothes controlled to wear is different with each other among the students, parents and teachers.
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