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2018, Vol.69, No.2

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    Technology-Capital Discourse and the Future of Dance in Higher Education

    Jeong, Ok Hee | 2018, 69(2) | pp.1~28 | number of Cited : 4
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    The Fourth Industrial Revolution has become such a buzzword in Korea, and the dance field is no exception for it. Instead of consuming it as another slogan to absorb, this study takes a critical and contextualized approach to it in the light of the future of dance in higher education. Shifting the framework from topics of ‘the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ and ‘dance departments’ into those of ‘technology-capital discourse’ and ‘dance in higher education’, the researcher argues that the dance field should problematize the paradox found in the logics of university reconfiguration, conceptualize dance in higher education beyond the boundary of departmental structures, and build an arena in which disparate subjects can share with each other and envision the future of our field.
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    A Research for the Concepts and Competencies of Convergence Dance Educator

    MOON,YOUNG | Suh Ye Won | 2018, 69(2) | pp.29~41 | number of Cited : 3
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    This study investigates the concepts and competencies of convergence dance educators. In order to achieve this research purpose, this study conducts literature review and contents analysis. The results are as follows: First, convergence education is not restricted to transferring the existing knowledge, rather it encourages students to develop their own ability to create and apply various knowledge. Second, if the convergence dance education refers to ‘education to cultivate talented people capable of creative and convergent thinking through dance,’ a convergence dance educator can be defined as ‘a talented person who approaches a given problem through a convergence of various knowledge and experiences and creates creative performance.’ Third, the competence of the convergence dance educator is related to competencies to understand the phenomenon and process of convergence, the problem - solving competence, the positive value such as creative personality, and the attitude related competence.
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    An Exploratory Study on the Boundary of Art in Korean Society: Focusing on Ballet from the 1920s to the1940s

    Eun-Hye Park | 2018, 69(2) | pp.43~60 | number of Cited : 3
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    This is an exploratory study on the boundary of art focusing on ballet in Korean society. I examines the attitudes and approaches of early actors in Korea -from the 1920s to the 1940s- toward ballet through literature. The results are as follows: 1) At that time, ballet was not only art but also entertainment in Korean society. 2) Actors who regarded ballet as art had consistently emphasized that ballet was a fine art in western society with authority and tradition, distinguishing and excluding ballet from entertainment. In conclusion, it can be seen that ballet was a medium of boundary of art in Korean society at the time.
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    An Analysis of Differences in Body Images According to the Levels of Female Dancers and Predictability of Them

    Seo Jae Sung | 2018, 69(2) | pp.61~74 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study aims to investigate the differences in body images (Positive body image, Objectified Body Consciousness, and body dissatisfaction) according to female dancers’ levels of dance and major and to predict the body images according to their levels. The research subjects were divided into 48 Korean dancers, 56 ballerinas, and 56 practical dancers according to their majors, and 96 dancers for leisure and 64 professional dancers according to the levels of dance. They were investigated, by the positive body image scale, the objectified body consciousness scale, and the body dissatisfaction scale. As a result of the study, there were significant differences in the female dancers’ body images according to their major and levels. There was a significant difference in their Objectified Body Consciousness according to the level of dance. There were no significant differences in their body dissatisfaction according to the major and level of dance. Lastly, the prediction of body images according to the levels of female dancers was the highest in their Objectified Body Consciousness, followed by body dissatisfaction and positive body image.
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    Exploration into a Teaching-Learning Method of Science-Humanities-Creativity Convergent Elementary Dance

    Lee Jeongyeon | 2018, 69(2) | pp.75~89 | number of Cited : 3
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    This study explores the teaching learning of science-humanities convergent elementary dance as a part of dance education coping with the 4th Industrial Revolution. To this end, this study analyzes expression activity contents of the scientific background among 24 sorts of the existing elementary physical education textbooks, and presents a concrete teaching learning method. As a result, first, this study identifies the parts available for science - humanities convergence among the contents presented in textbooks and finds that the part is comprised of the contents addressed in the area of physics, biology, and geoscience. Second, this study presents a creativity-convergent teaching- learning strategy by sorting out one unit among the extracted textbooks.
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    A Study on Goal Setting through Experience of Participation in Dance Competition

    Lee JiMin | Sang-cheul Choe | 2018, 69(2) | pp.91~102 | number of Cited : 1
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    Study was initiated to supplement the lack of previous studies on understanding the relationship between the experience of participating in dance competition and the psychological factors that might occur in the process of participation. To accomplish this purpose, data from 174 seniors in dance high schools were collected to set a hypothesis and conduct statistical analysis. The psychological variables of the study were career identity, achievement goal orientation, and psychological skills. Career goal orientation, career stability, and self-awareness as subscales of career identity were fair as Cronbach's α = 0.666 ~ .768. Self-directed achievement goal and task orientation achievement goal, subscales of achievement goal orientation, were fair with Cronbach's α = .851 and .857, respectively. Finally, soliloquy, condition control, image and goal setting, relaxation, emotional control, negative thinking, and instinctive performance, subscale of psychological skills, were also fair with Cronbach's α = .636 ~ .802.
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    A Job Analysis of the Dance Field Using the DACUM Technique

    cha eun joo | Ji Young Kim | 2018, 69(2) | pp.103~123 | number of Cited : 2
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    The aim of this study is to identify the types of responsibilities and tasks depending on job types in the dance field and concepts of individual job types, using the DACUM technique. For this study, a job analysis method with an experts’ meeting, a DACUM committee and a workshop was used, based on literature research. As a result, job types in the dance field were classified into a creation type, an education type, a management type, a planning type, and ann inquiry type, and concepts of individual job types were defined. Also, responsibilities and tasks of individual job types were extracted, based on the result of workshop with a DACUM committee of each job type. A creation type consists of 6 responsibilities and 31 tasks,; an education type 7 responsibilities and 39 tasks; a management type 4 responsibilities and 18 tasks; a planning type 6 responsibilities and 23 task; and an inquiry type 3 responsibilities and 14 tasks. In conclusion, this study suggests that there is a need to develop more job areas in future, since job types in the dance filed are very limited. Moreover, it is required to study indirect fields that dance majors can engage in, in addition to jobs related to dance practice.
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    A Study of an Integrate Arts Program For Christian Children

    choi seulki | ParkYoungae | 2018, 69(2) | pp.125~138 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to propose a Gospel-centered integrated educational program for children. With the features of child development as well as character, creativity, and aspects of physical expression, a patchwork ESA teaching model was selected to design an integrated arts program that included dance/movement, music, art, and play. The age of children, the number of participants in class, the classroom environment, and etcetera were also taken into consideration. The program was implemented with each session in 50 minute segments and detailed plans set twice a week for a total of 12 sessions. This Gospel-centered integrated arts program for children increased their interest and participation. I suggest that is was effective for drawing out creative expression through education and dance/movement. Ultimately this can be seen as an educational program that promotes the holistic growth of children.
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    Body | Brain | Mind

    PARK SANG MI | 2018, 69(2) | pp.139~143 | number of Cited : 1