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2019, Vol.73, No.1

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    The Ideology and Sublime Represented in ‘Jakbeopmu’

    Ha, Jin Sook | 2019, 73(1) | pp.1~13 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper studies the sublime represented in Jakbeopmu(Buddhist ritual dance) based on the aesthetic theory of Immanuel Kant. Sublime is that human beings are aware of ideologies beyond their limits, and feel emotions elevated through that. Jakbeopmu represents the ideology of Buddhism through artistic symbols. Jakbeopmu express the fact that the reality of existence is empty by making the form of motion unperceptible. Through the repetition with variation, it moves one representation to another, showing that the world is made by the causality. Through these representations, the mind is awakened, and a great emotion is felt. In this respect, the aesthetic experience of Jakbeopmu can be interpreted as sublime.
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    The Action Research of Ida Rolf’s Structural Integration for Re-Patterning Ballet Dancer’s Alignment

    Suhye Kim | Kim Kyung Hee | 2019, 73(1) | pp.15~35 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of the study is to suggest a specific solution to the spine illness like flat back and scoliosis which is common to ballet dancers unlike the other genres of dance. The findings of the study were as follows; First, the ballet dancers’ illness and their pain, who have spine illness including cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebra, are getting better with 10 times ‘S·I Program’. Second, their understanding about their bodies and their body-awareness were upgraded. This study showed that the re-education of movement could evoke change to ballet dancers by combination of structures and functions. It could be considered natural that experimentees got better spine condition, during ‘S·I Program’ was progressed. However, the most important point that should be recognized was that the experimentees made efforts to widen their changed understanding their bodies from just experiments to daily life. This awakening opened the possibility of changing correcting posture.
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    The Effects of Dance Failure Tolerance on Dance Flow

    Dongsook Lee | 2019, 73(1) | pp.37~49 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between failure tolerance, which was a substitution concept of failure experienced in dance performance, and dance flow, which was the standard of successful dance. Nine hundred and seventy two high school students specializing in dance and college students majoring in dance. The results were obtained through data analysis procedure. First, in verifying the difference between failure tolerance and dance flow according to the grade, the failure tolerance of college students was high and high school students’ dance flow was high. Also, multiple regression analysis of dance tolerance and dance flow showed that failure tolerance promotes dance flow. Therefore, these results were discussed based on previous studies and dance sites.
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    A Study to Establish a Concept of Sound Design from Dance Works

    Young Eun Kwak | 2019, 73(1) | pp.51~66 | number of Cited : 0
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    In South Korea, music is not classified as one of the production areas within the process of creating dance works. Therefore, this research aims to suggest measures to conceptualize sound design by including the concept of sound design in the process of dance creation. In order to present the concept, role and production method of sound design in dance works, this research applies the step-by-step sound design method in movies, which is suggested by David Sonnenschein, among the concepts of sound design used in movies where sound design was first started to present them according to the characteristics of dance works. In terms of the beginning of research on recognizing music as an independent area in dance works, this study has significance and research value and is expected to have significant impact on the development of South Korean dance by suggesting new measures for follow-up research on sound design.
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    A Study to Develop Standards for Themes and Taxonomy on Dance Occupation

    Ji Young Kim | KIMEUNHYE | Lee Ji Young | 2019, 73(1) | pp.67~93 | number of Cited : 7
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    The objective of this study was to develop standards for the themes and taxonomy of dance occupations for providing systematic career intervention, career education, and career information in relation to the dance majors. This study conducted Holland’s Vocational Personality Inventory to 18 expert panel members based on literature review. The themes and taxonomy of dance occupations were verified by Delphi survey and expert meeting procedures. The conclusion was discussed as follows. Firstly, this study classified jobs in the dance field into six occupational clusters based on literature analysis and a vocational aptitude test. Secondly, this study identified job types for the six occupational clusters and selected 96 jobs in dance and dance-related fields based on the general occupational classification. Thirdly, this study constructed an occupational taxonomy in the dance field by classifying jobs in dance and dance-related fields based on the classification category of Korean standard occupational classification.
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    Embodying the Borders and Ideology: Cuban Ballet in Documentary Storytelling

    Youngjae Roh | 2019, 73(1) | pp.95~113 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study explores the embodiment of the concept of national borders and ideology through an analysis of the documentary film, Boxers and Ballerinas. Based on a literature review on narratology and image analysis of the documentary from a Structuralist perspective, the study discusses how this sharp-eyed documentary storytelling conveys the profound meaning of a nation and human rights while contrasting the lives of young athletes and ballerinas as Cubans and Cuban-Americans. Even though ballet is generally considered the most classical and institutionalized European art form today, the collaborative work of the directors, cinematographers, and editors of Boxers and Ballerinas is focused more on ballet as the symbolic locus of freedom and individual dreams. Finally, this study examines ballet as a socio-political practice and mode of communication by revealing the relationship between connotative visual narratives inherent in the documentary storytelling and the significance of this relationship.
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    The Change of Recognition on the Expressionist Dance in Nazism

    Park, Sung-Hye | 2019, 73(1) | pp.115~134 | number of Cited : 1
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    Expressionist dances in the Weimar Republic of Germany and the Third Reich in the early 20th century were not separated from politics. During the Weimar Republic, German modernist dance had gained independence from gymnastics, but the Third Empire recognized dance as a means of propaganda. Rudolf von Laban and Mary Wigman, who were representatives of the expressionist dance at that time, fired Jewish dancers, were assigned to work, and received financial support in order to guarantee their artistic activities from Nazi. Nonetheless, their dances were soon rejected by the Nazis as modernist art because they were abstract, anti-national, and not popular.
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    360° VR Modern Dance Content Making for Trial Version & Exploration of Its Practical Use

    Shin, Min-Hye | 2019, 73(1) | pp.135~148 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study was to make a trial version of 360° VR dance content and to find out whether and how it could be utilized in dance performance industry. Two experts in dance and the other two experts in 360° VR participated in the first stage for story board development. Seven dance experts joined in the modified Delphi survey at the following stage. Literature review was performed to select the factors that were included in the survey for modified Delphi before administration of the survey. Components categorized for the upper level in literature review are “Sense of presence”, “Dancer”, “Performance” and “Practicality”. Sub-components for “Sense of presence” were “Sense of reality”, “Sense of 3-dimension” and “Sense of immersion”. In general, the experts participated in this study considered that 360° VR modern dance film could be utilized for the purpose of marketing and contribute to expansion of dance performance audience.
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    An Analysis of Dance Appreciation Activity of Expression Activity in Elementary School

    Yoo Mi-Hee | 2019, 73(1) | pp.149~160 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study was to analyze the dance appreciation activity appearing in the third and fourth grade elementary physical education textbooks and guidebooks based on the 2015 revised curriculum. The frequency analysis and the percentage of eight kinds of Korean authorized textbooks calculated and the results were as follows. First, in the analysis of dividing the ratio of appreciation activities in textbooks and guidebooks, in terms of the ratio of dance appreciation subjects to all subjects, YBM was found to be the highest at 25% among eight textbooks. Second, Most textbooks were presenting an appreciation activity as a follow up activity after individual or group creation, or an appreciation activity for dance appreciation.
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    A Reflection of Dance Art Instructor’ Teaching Experience through Autoethnography

    장우선, JANG YOO SUN | 2019, 73(1) | pp.161~174 | number of Cited : 6
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    The purpose of this research is to provide reflection of dance art instructors’ teaching experience through autoethnography as a good alternative when art instructors face difficult situations. The research is based on the materials that I have accumulated for the 8 years of teaching experience as an art instructor including class logs, class evaluations, memory responses of students, personal memory data and self-reflection data. In this research, I reflect on my own classes through autoethnography based on my teaching experience on the ground. When teaching a dance class, the subjects of my relationships are divided into “school teachers” and “students,” and “the role and reflection of dance art instructors” are classified lastly.
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    Becoming a Dancer from a Patient: A Study on the Aesthetical Aspects of Dance for PD®

    Jae, Hwan Jung | 2019, 73(1) | pp.175~186 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study focuses on Dance for PD® by Mark Morris Dance Group, a dance program for people with Parkinson’s disease, to examine how the program upholds the aesthetic values of dance art while negotiating the physical aspects of dance activities for the people with Parkinson's. Through the analysis of its artistic approaches and educational strategies, this research reveals that Dance for PD® inherits the artistic legacies and philosophy of Mark Morris Dance Group. Also, it illustrates how the program invites teaching artists and the participants to intervene in their own ideas and include their artistic decisions as an art-making process. The achievement of Dance for PD® demonstrates that the aesthetic values of dance is valid for all human being in the form of art.
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    A Study on Group E.A.T.

    Cho, EunSook | Nam, SunHee | 2019, 73(1) | pp.187~205 | number of Cited : 1
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    Dancing has now come to the fourth industrial revolution era where the ‘data about man and object is collected and utilized’. Increase of experimental art work of modern artists has created arts that cannot be included in previous category of art, and ‘interdisciplinary art’ has become an essential concept in contemporary art. E.A.T.(Experiments in Arts and Technology) founded in New York is a leading example of such experimental art work. Thus, this study aims to contemplate on history and characteristics of E.A.T., the interdisciplinary art group that pioneered the fusion of art and scientific technology, and analyze the art works of Merce Cunningham, Steve Paxton and Trisha Brown, the dancers who actively engaged in E.A.T. Through this, this study will be able to suggest the future direction for improvement by facing the past and present of art of dancing within the genre of interdisciplinary art.
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    An Analysis of Healing Aspects in a Community Dance

    Seok Jin Han | Kim, Hyunjung | 정윤경 | 2019, 73(1) | pp.207~223 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper aimed to explore meanings of healing in You are Living in Babiretta Now (2018), a community dance work, which has drawn much attention from Korean dance scene since its 2012 premiere, due to its audience participation and long-run performances. Drawing on literature review, analyses of live performance and DVD, pamphlets and dance reviews, interviews with a choreographer, and audience survey and statistics, this study proved that the dance work’s constitutive elements including dance, song, storytelling and audience participation had therapeutic impact on the audiences, particularly what I. D. Yalom calls ‘universality’ and ‘catharsis’. This paper also provided theoretical bases for better understanding community dance, relating the aspects of healing in the work to therapeutic meanings in aesthetic experience.
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