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2015, Vol.55, No.4

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    The Structural Relationship among a Perceived Teacher’s Support for Students’ Autonomy, the Basic Psychological Need, and the Immersion in Dance

    이슬아 | Jeon Soon Hee | 2015, 55(4) | pp.1~19 | number of Cited : 6
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    support for students’ autonomy, students’ basic psychological need, and the immersion in dance. 326 students majoring in dance from middle and high schools participated in this research. The data was analyzed through frequency analysis, exploratory factor analysis, correlation analysis,and structure equation model analysis by PASW 18.0 and AMOS 20.0. As a result of the research, a perceived teacher’s support for students’ autonomy directly affected students’ basic psychological needs(autonomy, capability, relationship) and indirectly affected students’ engagements in dance and wills to participation in class Students’ engagements in dance directly affected their wills to participation in class. Further, this research found that the relationship among a perceived teacher’s support for the students’ autonomy and the students’ wills to participation in class were mediated by the students’ basic psychological needs and their engagements in dance.
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    The Analysis of the Preference and Expectation for Studying in Korea among Chinese Students Hoping to Study in Korea - Focused on Chinese dance majors -

    장적 | Seung-hye Jung | Ahn Byung Ju | 2015, 55(4) | pp.21~34 | number of Cited : 0
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    This research aims to analyze the Chinese students’ preference for studying in Korea and educational expectation as future international students, by selecting dance majors among the Chinese students. In order to achieve this purpose, survey was conducted on 45 Chinese Students in Dance Major, the graduates and undergraduates in Beijing Dance University and Zhejiang Normal University. To summarize, currently the preference for studying in Korea among Chinese dance majors was found to be high. The expectation consists in new knowledge, in particular studying Korean traditional dance. Furthermore, the desire to participate in diverse performances was also high, not just the acquisition of knowledge.
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    An Aesthetic Factor Inherent in 12-Line Sangmo Dance

    Mun, Jinsu | 2015, 55(4) | pp.35~49 | number of Cited : 1
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    12-Ling Sangmo Dance, as the number ‘12’ symbolizes, nucleate individuals in groups continuously,desires well-being and happiness of communities. 12-Ling Sangmo Dance pursues the unity as a complete structure. Here, symbolic meaning of the number ‘12’-religious, shamanistic tool, solution culture, and aesthtic recognition of conclusion and solution circulates repeatedly. The player of 12-Ling Sangmo Dance is a disciple who takes a divinity. purifies the stage through divinity article (Sangmo), gets rid of conflicts with dance and other skills, and pursues order and harmony. This 12-Ling Sangmo Dance contains aesthetic value and emotion of the Korean race.
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    A Study on the Concept and the Meaning of Lecture Performance in Dance

    Park, Sung-Hye | Park, In-Ja | 2015, 55(4) | pp.51~66 | number of Cited : 3
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    In the form of lecture, lecture performances have been currently conducted in various ways. The genre started by Jerome Bel and Xavier le Roy and was just introduced to Korean audiences. And then the domestic productions is now interested by Korean National Contemporary Dance Company. Therefore, from recent studies about a new concept, postdrama theater, which is evolutionary theoretical background of lecture performance is studied. In addition, reviewing its development as not documentary but performativity, speech act in dance is defined in a fresh way. As a performance revealing substantiality rather than fiction as well as truth and reality rather than virtuality and illusion, lecture performance is discussed. Through the performances produced in Korea, features and artistic values of lecture performance are evaluated. Finally, the recent trends of contemporary dance are studied and ability to analyzing works are prepared.
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    A Study on Unrepresentation of W. Forsythe’s Improvisation Technologies

    Lee Na Hyun | 2015, 55(4) | pp.81~95 | number of Cited : 4
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    This study explains the process of improvisation in W. Forsythe’s Improvisation Technology, based on two concepts of G. Deleuze’s term Machine: use(usage) and cutting(coupure). Forsythe presents the examples of creating new movements beyond the unification and mechanism of conservative movements. They start with the disconnection from organized order which is ruling a body and the understanding of the body, which enables the new use in circumstances free from fixed meanings. Through this thought Improvisation Technology is working as ‘improvisation-machine’ which is a making new dance through various movements of body free from imitating a certain form or indicating a certain meaning. These kinds of movements express unrepresentative features beyond the beauty of form or fixed meaning.
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    The Study on Development Direction of the Busan International Dance Festival from a Economic Perspective

    이유나 | Cho, EunSook | 2015, 55(4) | pp.97~110 | number of Cited : 2
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    The industrialization of culture and arts emerged with the cultural arts management of academic and social issues from the late 1990s, and also played an important role in a variety of areas. Even though recognition of the arts has been growing, there is lack of recognition for international dance festival industry. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the economic efficiency of Busan International Dance Festival, based on the study by economist, John Myerscough. According to his research, stabilization of employment creation, activation of regional economy and the added value of the arts industry would stabilize the economics of the art industry. This researcher argues that BIDF requires a systematic operation system, specialized personnel and consistent promotion. In addition, BIDF needs public and private organizations’ active support.
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    A Study on Dance Culture in Mass Society based on Donald Dodson’s Discussion on Popular Culture and Mass Culture

    Sujin Yim | EuiSook Chung | 2015, 55(4) | pp.111~129 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze Korean dance culture facing mass society based on Dodnald Dodson’s article Differentiating Popular Culture and Mass Culture. According to him, what differentiate popular from mass is the influence and power of businessman and the money. In case of popular culture,businessman stays in distance from artists and public while they conduct direct communication. In mass culture, contrastively, businessman becomes decision maker who controls all details. In this type of culture, artists hardly obtain their creative autonomy. Based on this idea, we differentiate two representative trends in Korean dance culture, ‘community dance projects’ and TV show Dancing 9 ,dealing with their public audiences. Through the article, we examine how participants of each culture communicate each other in order to suggest community dance projects as popular culture and Dancing 9 as mass culture. This study could be standard idea toward popularity when choreographers and dancers seek for communication with public.
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