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  1. What are the elements of exchange process?
  2. What is personification?
  3. What are accesories?
  4. What is a fashion look?
  5. What are the kinds of physical needs?
  6. What is the marketing mix?
  7. What is a ford?
  8. What is a design?
  9. What is conformity v. individualism?
  10. What is mass fashion?
  11. What are the fashion perspectives?
  12. What are the reasons for wearing clothes?
  13. What is avant-garde?
  14. How is fashion viewed as an art?
  15. What are the kinds of psychological needs?
  16. What is a position as a store?
  17. What is a classic style or design?
  18. What is a fad?
  19. What is marketing?
  20. What is a garmet?
  21. Why do people select certain clothes?
  22. What is a taste?
  23. What do our buying choices relate to?
  24. What are the influences on fashion
  25. What are needs v. wants?
  26. What are values and attitudes?
  27. What are the elements of the marketing concept?
  28. How is fashion viewed as a science?
  29. What is a style?
  30. What is the marketing concept?
  31. what is high fashion?
  32. What is a demographic?
  33. What is a fashion?
  34. What are the kinds of social needs?
  1. a a unique version of a style; denim
  2. b age, behaviors, geographic ..
  3. c giving human traits/charecteristics to things that arent human
  4. d Modesty: standards of decency modeled by culture and society
    Status: rank or position compared to others
  5. e it thrives on creativity, innovation and use of principles and elements of design
  6. f majority of fashion sales; all very similar
  7. g very latest or newest fashion right off the runway
  8. h mood, personality, image using 5 P's
  9. i a temporary, passing fashion that has great appeal to many people for a short period of time
  10. j values- ideas beliefs and material items important to individuals, feelings or reactions to people, things or ideas formed from values
    Attitudes- influenced by economics, society, age, customs
  11. k obeying or agreeing with a given standard or authority vs. self expression that makes each person unique
  12. l through textile development and technological advancements
  13. m articles added to complete or enhance an outfit
  14. n a total accessorized outfit
  15. o at least two parties are involved, each has something of value, means of communication, both free to accept or decline offer, desirable to deal with the other
  16. p distinct features that creat and overall appearance of a garmet
  17. q Process of creating and maintaining a sucessful exchange relationship, exchange is key
  18. r the prevailing opinion of what is and is not attractive and appropriate for a given person and occasion
  19. s fashionable styles, attractiveness, impressing others, acceptance by friends, colleagues and peers, fill an emotional need, boost esteem or confidence
  20. t current popular styles
  21. u a style or design that continues to popular over an extended period of time, even though fashions change
  22. v the most daring and wild designs
  23. w identify the needs of the customers, develop and market products or services that meet those needs, operate a buisness profitably
  24. x economic conditions, political issues, current events, entertainment, lifestyles, social structure
  25. y one article of apparel
  26. z a style or design that is produced at the same time by many different manufacturers at many different prices
  27. aa values and attitudes, conformity v. individualism, needs v. wants, personality
  28. ab Adornment: beauty, positive feeling, attention, culture
    Identification: uniforms, dress codes, enblem, symbols
  29. ac Buisness must satisfy customers needs and wants while generating a profit
  30. ad need is required for survival, protection, modesty, comfort or livelihood. want is a desire for something that gives satisfaction, can get along without it
  31. ae Protection: enviormental dangers, occupational hazards, weather and protection from enemys
  32. af Product, price, place, promotion, people
  33. ag Physical needs, psychological needs and social needs
  34. ah both a science and an art, dependent on change, not capable of survival without change