Clothing Color Preferences of Boys and Girls Aged Between Six and Nine
Abstract:The color preferences of girls and boys aged between 6 and 9 were evaluated to determine differences in terms of clothing type, sex, and children's age, and to generate data for child garment designers. In this survey of 312 girls and 316 boys, 5 different clothing types were investigated and it was concluded that clothing color preferences of children differ according to their age and sex but not according to clothing type.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2011
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