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URN etd-0828112-155156 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1751 times. Download 1166 times. Author Ya-hui Chi Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2011 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 94 Title The Difference of Affective Feelings between Eco-friendly and Non-Eco-Friendly Materials Keyword Materials Affective Feelings Eco-Friendly Eco-Friendly Affective Feelings Materials Abstract The main purpose of this study is to reduce the gap between eco-friendly usage and eco-friendly looking. To fulfill this purpose, three experiments were carried out.
In Experiment 1, three-step investigation was conducted in Japan and Taiwan. In Experiment 1-1, participants were required to report what object can be associated with eco-friendly materials and what kind of feelings can be expressed by eco-friendly materials. In Experiment 1-2, twenty-six materials were displayed, including eco-friendly and non-eco-friendly materials. Each participant was required to write down the affective feelings describing each material based on their vision and tactile evaluation. In Experiment 1-3, each participant was asked to point out which materials are eco-friendly materials. The results showed:
(1)Recycled paper was considered to be most related to eco-friendly materials for Taiwanese participants.
(2)Recycled paper" and PET bottle were considered to be most related to eco-friendly materials for Japanese participants.
(3)"Rough" feeling was found to be the most related to eco-friendly for both Taiwanese and Japanese participants.
(4)Poly Lactic Acid was recognized as eco-friendly materials by Japanese participants, but Taiwanese participants disagree. In addition, common paper, denim, and gypsum were recognized as non-eco-friendly materials by Japanese participants, but Taiwanese participants recognized these three materials as eco-friendly materials.
(5)The comparison between experimental data and eco-indicator 99 was made; the results showed that the agreement between Taiwanese data and eco-indicator 99 are better than those with Japanese.
Moreover, the space of affective feeling of eco-friendly was built by using one-dimensional scale. The bipolar ends were "natural" and "man-made". The "rough" feeling was found to be close to "natural", and the "expensive" feeling was found to be close to "man-made". The objects related to "rough" were recycled paper, corrugated paper, stone, hemp, wood, stone paper and bamboo. The objects related to "expensive" feeling included silk, stone paper, bamboo and wood.
Advisor Committee Wen-yuan Lee - advisor
Shing-sheng Guan - co-chair
Tsai-yun Lo - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2012-07-16 Date of Submission 2012-09-06