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2002, Vol.9, No.9

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    The Differences in the Mentalities between the East and the West Evident in Dance

    Malborg Kim | 2002, 9(9) | pp.27~56 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Differences in the Mentalities between the East and the West Evident in DanceMalborg KimProfessor of DanceEwha Womans UniversityThe underlying assumption of this study is that difference between the East and the West in perspective towards man?s relationship with nature, the world, and art are reflected in dance activity. The comparison is centered around ontological, epistemological, and art theories. Ballet and traditional Korean dance are reviewed as typical dance genres to clarify how different manners of viewing and understanding result in disparities in basic posture, movement, movement perspective, and methodology. Fundamental aspects shared by both dance is the most human expression of man?s view through movement.
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    One World of Dance

    Ann Hutchinson Guest | 2002, 9(9) | pp.57~61 | number of Cited : 0
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    Study on the Creation Background and Content of the Consonants and Vowels Combined Notation of Dance in North Korea

    성 기 숙 | 2002, 9(9) | pp.119~154 | number of Cited : 4
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    Study on the Creation Background and Content of the Consonants and Vowels Combined Notation of Dance in North KoreaGisuk SeongLecturer of DanceSung Kyun Kwan UniversityAlthough the consonants and vowels combined notation of dance in North Korea was created in 1987, its history is effective from early 1970s. The Dance Notation Research Organization was formed by Kim Jong Il?s order then, and the notation was made in 1987 under the Party?s continuous interests and supports. This notation is, first, based on scientificity and commonness. North Korea is proud that it can be learned and notated easily.The consonants and vowels combined notation of dance, as seen in the 'consonants and vowels combined? of the name, is combined with consonants and vowels in linguistics, which was devised in North Korea. It is composed of notation marks, combination of marks, dance score and dance full score. North Korea regards the notation as a representative product that reflects the juch?e art ideology based on ?its unique? socialism. In addition, North Korea is carrying on propaganda that it is a world?s sole dance notation system with scientificity, commonness and originality. It is thought that more interests shall be taken in the consonants and vowels combined notation of North Korea, in the aspect that dance notation is expanded into the fields of dance history, dance literature and choreography beyond its effect as a mark just notating dance movement.
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    Study on the Basic Framework of Korean Dance (I)

    Lee Mi Young | 2002, 9(9) | pp.155~174 | number of Cited : 7
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    Study on the Basic Framework of Korean Dance (I)Miyoung LeeLecturer of DanceSang Myung, Chosun University
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    The Structure of Semiotic Meaning in Dance - Focused on Choyong dance -

    Jisun Lee | 2002, 9(9) | pp.175~196 | number of Cited : 4
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    The Structure of Semiotic Meaning in Dance - Focused on Choyong dance -Jisun Lee
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    Female and Dancing Shown in Advertisements

    이 지 원 | 2002, 9(9) | pp.197~221 | number of Cited : 5
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    Female and Dancing Shown in AdvertisementsJiwon LeeLecturer of DanceChung-ang University, Seokyung UniversityAdvertisement is communication of advertiser?s intention to the general public by investment of outlays for advertisement for the purpose of increasing in sales of goods, promoting services, and stirring up other effects for which an advertiser desires.It has become a subject of discussion that advertisements unconsciously express female as a being of ego-splitting or a being only emphasized with beauty, or a being of the subject of male. Female in advertisements is pictured under restrictions of appearance, character and existing femininity.Female dancing in advertisements is used as a medium to accentuate those images of female and display their beauty. Common features among quality and expression of motion and movement and female appearance in dancing advertisements were found in this study.In this way, female dancing is interpreted into various meanings, however, most of dancing in advertisements are expressed as a product of female desires and used as a medium to communicate female sexual attractiveness. Females of early twenties as main target in advertisements appear as a factor to maximize esthetic value and become an object of envy at their physical beauty, and show incitement to fresh charm with vividness in their movements.However, despite the voices of caring about the above fact, dancing plays a significant role in the current society and is being recreated in ads close to us. I hope dance advertisements will appear with various aspects, which do define the concept of female beyond the sexual view, and this study will be used as preceding data to be a basis of sociological studies of dancing - even if it is a trifle.
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    Robert Dunn's Workshop and Its Influence on Judson Dance Theater

    Cho, EunSook | 2002, 9(9) | pp.239~260 | number of Cited : 2
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    Robert Dunn's Workshop and Its Influence on Judson Dance TheaterEunsook ChoProfessor of DanceChung-Ang UniversityThe term ?post-modern? came into existence in American dance in the early 1960s. The first example of post-modern dance was performed by the Judson Dance Theater which was composed of many choreographers who came out of the choreographic workshop led by musician Robert Dunn.Robert Dunn, accompanist at Cunningham?s class and other modern dance studios, studied with John Cage at the New School for Social Research. Dunn was influenced by Cage and applied Cage?s procedure, especially chance methods, to his dance composition class. Using the music of John Cage and other avant-garde composers, Dunn taught improvisation. Furthermore, he frequently suggested that students use Erik Satie?s repetitive time structures in their choreography.Dunn also demonstrated and gave assignments for choreographing and improvising solos. At times he proposed changes in students? work which his disciples often incorporated into their own choreography and improvisation. Students set up a group session forum, shared their basic ideas and improvised expanded solos. Upon the completion of their presentations, the students with due diligence scrutinized each others? work and devised further methods of enhancing their future performances. The study illustrates the development of the post-modern dance and Robert Dunn?s workshop. Also, Dunn?s influence on Judson Dance Theater will be explained.