Clothing: A study in human behavior
- Agency allows cross-dressing employee to stay on the job. Leonard, Bill // HR Magazine;Sep97, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p10
Reports Florida Health Care Administration will continue to allow a male employee to dress as a woman. Factor's for supporting the employees cross dressing; Complaints raised by Florida Representative Cliff Stearns; Reaction of the agency.
- The language of clothes. Lurie, Alison // Human Ecology;Spring91, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p32
Focuses on clothing as a form of language. Messages that clothing conveys; History of the statement that clothing is a language; Features of the vocabulary of language.
- What I wore to fall in love. // Glamour;Nov96, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p258
Presents readers' revelations about what they wore when they met, dumped or married their love partners. Clothes that create the first impression; What to wear to get even; What to wear to a wedding.
- Another hemline war? Brady, James // Advertising Age;8/9/1993, Vol. 64 Issue 33, p15
Opinion. Comments on the hemline standards set at the July 1993 Paris couture collections. Return of the short skirts; Statements from major women's wear magazines; Hemline war in 1970; Author's reminiscences about the mini skirt as publisher of `Women's Wear Daily'.
- Project a lawyer's persona, but lose the gray suit. Rubenstein, Bruce T. // Corporate Legal Times;Jun97, Vol. 7 Issue 67, p7
Asserts the importance of dress in the establishment of a corporate identity and as a management tool. History of lawyers' wardrobes; How dress relates to power in business relationships; Dress code prescription for casual Fridays.
- March makeover madness in scandaltown. Gajilan, Arlyn Tobias; Kwon, Beth // Newsweek;3/30/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 13, p9
Looks at the cosmetic makeovers of Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp and Kathleen Willey.
- True privilege in the face of poverty. Bennett, Nancy // Christian Science Monitor;1/24/95, Vol. 87 Issue 40, p17
Opinion. Comments on the role of attire in people's attitude towards the poor class. Author's experience in a book store.
- When style is vile. // Psychology Today;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p16
Discusses the philosophical and psychological changes brought on by the more informal dress code sweeping across corporate America. Claims by organizational psychologist David Morand that the new casual dress code isn't the best policy for every company; How casual dress breeds innovation and...
- The look. Rubenstein, Hal // InStyle;Dec96, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p30
Presents the photographs of the best dresses of 1996 in the United States. Information about the designers of the clothes; Description of the different styles of dress; Celebrities who modeled the dresses.