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2008, Vol.23, No.23

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    An Analysis of the Body Consciousness in Dancers

    Kim, Jung-sook | 2008, 23(23) | pp.1~12 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study was to analyze the body consciousness profile in female dancers. It was hypothesized that there would be significant differences in body consciousness as functions of dancer career(low: 3 years downward/ high: 5 years up) and dance major(Korean, Ballet, Modern). Three hundred eleven female college dancers majoring in Korean, Ballet, Modern dance completed the Profile of Body Consciousness Questionnaire(BCQ). The BCQ included three body consciousness: private body, public body, body competence. The results of multivariate statistical procedures exhibited that there were no significant differences in BCQ among Korean, Ballet, and Modern dancers. High career dancers reported more positive BCQ than low career dancers. These results were discussed with various psycho-social perspectives and interpreted based on the assumption that the excessive physical activities might play a central role in mental health.
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    An Analysis of Role of Women on the Dance Scenes in the Film 「Tango Lesson」

    Kim, Joo-Hee | 2008, 23(23) | pp.13~32 | number of Cited : 7
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    An Analysis of Role of Women on the Dance Scenes in the Film 「Tango Lesson」 Kim, joo hee sung kyun kawn university This paper aims to popularize the art of dance and to seek a new understanding of the history of dance, by making an analysis into the dance sequences in films, which are the easily approachable media. This paper analyzed the dance sequences in Tango Lesson, the film, and looked into the role of the women in the film. To this end, this paper used a research methodology of Janet Adshead, which was description, interpretation and evaluation, to observe and analyze the dance sequences. As a result, it was found that a woman in the film had to fix her eyes to man all the time and a woman had to spread her legs when a man was in front of her. Also, there are many scenes that stressed the sexuality of women, by having a woman put her legs between a man? legs. These are all moves designed to attract a man, as the woman? consciousness is all about that man. Such a factor can be found in the origin of tango, the dance. Tango was born as a natural mixture of several folk cultures, as the needy and the poor immigrants gathered together to soothe their nostalgia for home and their poverty. Then, tango moved to the red light district where prostitutes made more provocative and seductive moves to attract customers. In this process, tango? moves were formed into a certain style. Also, a beginning of the dance can be made only by a man, and the direction of the dance moves is also decided only by a man. Moves like jumps and turns can be made only by the help of the male partners. This can be understood as a reflection of a male-dominant society where women are seen only from the perspective that is led by men. It is considered that it is also necessary in reality to look into the role of women in dances in the film Tango Lesson, when we are living in the age of moving images and we are all under the influence of such media. Also, from now on, it would be of much help to have further understanding of a woman? role in dance, if there are follow-up researches made regarding the role of a man in the dance
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    An Analysis of the Inherent Power in the Ballerina? Body based on Foucault? Theory of Discourse - Focusing on the concept of power in Discipline and Punish -

    Ilhwa Na | 2008, 23(23) | pp.33~58 | number of Cited : 5
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    An Analysis of the Inherent Power in the Ballerina? Body based on Foucault? Theory of Discourse- Focusing on the concept of power in Discipline and Punish -IlHwa NaDoctoral Course
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    Study of Development Case and Promotional Strategy of Digital Contents in Dance Cultural Archetype

    Bae Su Eul | 2008, 23(23) | pp.59~86 | number of Cited : 3
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    Study of Development Case and Promotional Strategy of Digital Contents in Dance Cultural Archetype Bae, Su-Eul Kyunghee University Adjunct Professor The purpose of this study was to analyze the cases of dance cultural archetype recorded in a digital form and to propose strategies to help preserve the archetype as well as promote digital contents business. Three development cases of local dance contents were thus analyzed. Results demonstrated that there were limits in the development, production and utilization of the digital dance contents analyzed. The work, however, is believed to be further stimulated by employing promotional strategies as suggested below. First, digital dance contents must ensure their reliability or historical evidence. Second, popularity must be entailed to help ensure the accommodation of digital dance contents
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    Research on Dance Image in TV Commercials - Mainly dances of male commercial from 2006 and 2007 -

    ji-won Lee | 2008, 23(23) | pp.87~117 | number of Cited : 2
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    Research on Dance Image in TV Commercials- Mainly dances of male commercial from 2006 and 2007 -Jiwon LeeLecturer of danceEwha Woman?, Seokyeong UniversityThe images in TV commercials create many symbols. The do not just promote the product itself but also a taste through the model, props, music or sound effects. Thus ads, which are texts made up of image signals, work as a way of communication and captures the attention of the viewers. Furthermore, nowadays, they are even more attractive with movement that comes from the addition of the commercialized and glorified body. Now dance is a social-cultural tool to radiate one’s identity and a strong defense to the product.This research aimed to look at men? images and their forms through dances in TV ads, and to diagnose their social-cultural context. The analysis is based on 4 subjects picked mainly men-oriented dancing advertisements from the year 2006 and 2007.The images that these kinds of men? dance portray are divided into 4 kinds; Homme Fatale, modern generation, humorous, and lastly sublimity. There are many cases in which new dances of celebrities are shown to emphasize the recent product and its functions that appeal to the new generation. Also as the years pass, men? ads have veered towards using movements that match men? body with a pretty face since femininity is underscored in men.In conclusion, the social meanings of these dances can be restored to three parts. First is that they will be used efficiently as a communication? tool in inducing the costumer to buy the product. Secondly, through dance, we can experience an ideal state of the body. Lastly, we can also see that the meaning of dance goes side by side with youth and health. Therefore, through TV commercials show us that dance provides happiness, health, and ideals in our social culture and is a medium that seduces the costumers?purchase and presents joy.
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    A Comparative Study on Protection Policies for Intangible Cultural Heritages between Korea and China

    zhang mei na | 2008, 23(23) | pp.119~146 | number of Cited : 2
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    A Comparative Study on Protection Policies for Intangible Cultural Heritages between Korea and China Zhang Mei Na Sungkyunkwan University A fact that culture comes to exert the most important influence in the international society for the cultural century is not new. In particular, It? safe to say that the interest in the intangible cultural heritage is the recently international flow. And, the interest of non-Western countries in the intangible cultural heritage is higher than the Western countries. This study carried out the research on protection policies for intangible cultural heritages of Korea and China, which is multiracial. Korea? protection policy for intangible cultural properties was arranged the legal and institutional foundation as「Cultural Properties Protection Act」had been enacted in 1962. Thus, the protection for intangible cultural properties has been carried out in the national dimension, and now became the advanced level enough for the international society to pay attention. On the other hand, from having joined in ?onvention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage?in UNESCO in 2004, China accelerated the protection for the intangible cultural heritage by substituting the intangible cultural heritage for the name of the racial-private culture, which had been included in the existing culture protection law. Korea and China are the countries that are involved in the same Orient, but have mutually different protection background and real situation for intangible cultural heritages. Thus, through this research, it aimed to seek for the better protection policies for the intangible cultural heritages in two countries hereafter by analyzing the protection policies for the intangible cultural heritages in two countries and by grasping the characteristics of the protection policies for the intangible cultural heritages in two countries. This study analyzed the protection policy for the intangible cultural heritages in two countries after examining the present status of protection for the intangible cultural heritages in two countries, which are now being protected in the national dimension, based on the background and formation process of protection for the intangible cultural heritages in Korea and China. The protection policy for the intangible cultural heritage needs to be the one that aims to observe and keep, and to check the spirit of effective preservation and transmission. That is because the protection policy for the intangible cultural heritage should be the base manure as the policy, which can form the excellent spiritual culture in high-dimensional society. The 21st century is the one of culture. Amid globalization in which the restriction to time and space gradually disappears, each country is experiencing the culture war, with already having surpassed the culture competition. It is the so-called era of culture hegemony. In the midst of this flow, it tried to have the opportunity that inspects the protection policies for the intangible cultural heritages in both Korea and China, which show difference while having a close relationship geographically and historically. Especially in light of the reality that this research is not performed much, the more follow-up studies need to perform the deeper comparative analysis. And, this is thought to be capable of contributing not only to the development in own country? culture, but also to the development in world culture by offering new imagination to the global people.
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    A Study on the Teaching Methods using Playing in the Dance Class of Elementary School

    Jung Heeja | 2008, 23(23) | pp.147~164 | number of Cited : 5
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    A Study on the Teaching Methods using Playing in the Dance Class of Elementary SchoolHeeja JungProfessor of DanceGwangju National University of EducationAs the twenty first century brought the rapid change of our society and culture, the students?needs are changing. Consequently, teachers need to concern their needs because their action can affect the educational effect and it? function. The dance class is regarded as an essential course to maximize the students?creativities and esthetics appreciation. However, it is somewhat true that current dance class does not play such an important role. One main problem results from inappropriate teaching methods from the teacher.From the view point of this , this study is aimed for searching better ideas for more effective dance lesson. in order to reach the educational goals based on the 7th National Curriculum.Form the research result, the playing method takes part on important role to increase the students?interests by the giving opportunities to recognize that the dance class is pleasant with lots of fun rather than being burdensome work.Second, through the playing method, the students can achieve the academic accomplishments and reach the educational goals based on the 7th National Curriculum.