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Clothes

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Qinrui Yan

on 20 October 2013

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Transcript of Clothes

Clothes
closure
upper
classes

show difference
upper
classes
Ordinary
people
Limited colors

and material
individual
people
meaning: a sign, a symbol, fashion
Government
need to avoid pollution
use some recyclable material with power- saving and high technology
Manufacturer
Environment protection
organizations
meaning: enable us to live healther, longer and better.
bourgeois revolution
want to group the
persons of organizations together.
the cold and
dry weather
ancient
Africa
people
prehistoric
times
people
hot
weather
wrapping
their body
grass
the cloth made
of animal skin
and furs
ancient times
woman
simple and
monotone
color
shells were used
as decoration
lice growing
textiles using
yarn,linen
middle
classes
lower
classes
the lords lost their privilege
common people can freely choose the color and the style as they want.
show
status
varied in
quality
Scientist and
Engineer
decrease
cost
want clothes
cheaper
increase
production
The 19th century Industrial Revolution
machine
made clothes
manufacturer
ordinary
people
homogenization

hope to show their individuality
Conflict
manufacturer
hope for
beauty
Conflict
need for
work
individuality
Closure
Organization
After 2006
environment friendly
jeans produced by levi's
a new technology of material
that can dissolve in water
interact
high-tech
into clothes
common people
intelligent
clothes
not a
movie
The 17th century
bourgeois revolution
The 20th century
different
colors
The 16th century
ancient times
homogenization

manufacturer
push the leading
industry and get
power
enjoy a convenient
life
more
profit
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