On a Silk Military Colour of Russia during Peter I

Miao SU, Feng ZHAO, Rulin YANG
2017 Asian Social Science  
This paper studies a silk military colour during the reign of Tsar Peter I in the collection of the Swedish Army Museum, discussing the colour from the perspectives of several aspects including the background, the shape and form, the decorative theme, the fabric variety and the silk pattern. Analysis and researches on the fabric weave and pattern are the main focuses of this paper and the recovery of the fabric's pattern is also included. And on the basis of physical research, combining with
more » ... , combining with the comprehensive analysis of the wars and the style of the colour, the authors identify that these silk fabrics used for the Russian military colour are Chinese satin damask of late Ming and early Qing dynasties. d intrinsic rewards were strongly related to OC. Especially, intrinsic rewards had the strongest association with OC. These findings suggest that the antecedents of OC in Vietnam are different from those in the West and China. The comparison between university graduates and others showed that fatigue and autonomy had stronger influence on OC in university graduates than in others. Discussions and implications concerning human resource management in Vietnam are offered.
doi:10.5539/ass.v13n8p176 fatcat:gfinpbxv7rbl5dhn7ubwj277jq