Damayanthie Eluwawalage Publishes Research Study

October 2nd, 2013 | Tags:

Damayanthie Eluwawalage, Human Ecology, recently published a research study entitled “Dress Theory: Exploring Critical Issues” in “Trending Now” ISBN: 978-1-84888-211-9; Inter-disciplinary Press; File type: eBook: pdf; Year of Publication: 2013.

Questions such as: To what extent do the major cultural and social forms change through time? or, To what extent have cultural systems changed or remained the same since? abides equivocal. However, world historical occurrences, such as the French Revolution, World Wars (political events), political movements such as Chartism, socialism, feminism, as well as the subsequent changes in popular attitudes, social structure and society (Industrial Revolution, mass production, modernizationand urbanization), have been uniquely attributed to the transformation and mutation of fashion and clothing, which is incomparably significant to the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Undoubtedly, these modern, innovative conceptual ideologies and interpretations potentially expanded the existing theories and philosophies, or perhaps enhanced the discipline to a certain extent.