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2019, Vol.74, No.2

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    The Discourse of Regional Dance Festivals as Cultural Diversity Education

    Jeong, Ok Hee | 2019, 74(2) | pp.1~21 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study expands the discourse of regional dance festivals in Korea, and examines its value as cultural diversity education. Amongst various festivals, I conducted ethnographic fieldwork at two major dance festivals in Korea, Andong Maskdance Festival and Cheonan World Dance Festival in 2017. I observe that, while radical in eliminating the distinctions between folklore, fakelore, and folklorimus, these festivals are rudimentary in presenting cultural diversity due to the emphasis of ‘1 nation= 1 culture’ ideology. In order to function as an arena for cultural diversity education, regional dance festivals should adopt the concept of curatorship that concerns what people experience in those events and how disparate subjects can interact with and understand each other.
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    The Influence of Essential SomaticsⓇ on Ballet Dancer’s Pain Relief

    김진영 Kim Jin Young | Kim Kyung Hee | 2019, 74(2) | pp.23~40 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to develop the ballet dancers’ self-awareness and to search for the influence of Essential SomaticsⓇ on ballet dancers' lower body pain relief. According to the recent study, ballet dancers were much more injured in the lower body compared to other dance majors. It is because of excessive turn-out of the feet and repetitive movement with incorrect alignment. The participants were composed with 6 dancers with lower body pain and each research involved 12 sessions. The influence of Essential SomaticsⓇ was summarized as below. First, participants focused on specific areas of chronic pain and the reason why they occur. Second, pandiculation has an effect on movement and expands the range of motion. Third, participants who engaged in their activities knowing that they can apply method will be capable of this stable movement. In conclusion, somatics encourage dancers to learn their movement thoroughly and relieve lower tension in particular areas to avoid possible injuries.
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    A Research of the Trans-culturality in Contemporary Dance Work

    ji-won Lee | 2019, 74(2) | pp.41~59 | number of Cited : 0
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    By centering on the concept of trans-culturality, this paper seeks to conduct on analytical research and discussion on contemporary dance work. To identify the artistic transition of the work in the course of time, I examine the definition of the boundary of culture, the discourse of relevant scholars, and the transcultural characters and types of an actual dance work. Based on the theories of a German philosopher, Welsch, W., I interpret the work Eclipse by Théâtre équestre Zingaro. I want to look at the transcultural aspects of the work, stage, movement, body, music, and choreography. The study aims to provide useful perspectives on the aspects of appropriation, glocalization, and hybridization.
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    Educational Implications of Flipped Learning in Creative Dance Education

    정현미 Jung Hyun Mi | Sang-cheul Choe | 2019, 74(2) | pp.61~72 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of research is to try and find out more about the education style of flipped learning, so teachers can lead the class and they figure out what kind of things that needs in creative dance education. The education style of flipped learning has several significances in the creative dance education. First, it could provide enough time. Second, it could be applied or extended in various ways and deep exploration of acquired knowledge is possible. Third, self-directed learning is achieved. Fourth, it could contribute to raising the competence of future learners of the 21st century. So I offer that creative dance education should be research more variety base on flipped learning.
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    A Study on the Dancing Patterns of Korean Music Drama from the 1940s to the Early 1970s

    LeeJuHee | bansoohyun | 2019, 74(2) | pp.73~88 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study was to examine the development of dance in music dramas , which was one of the popular plays from the 1940s to the early 1970s. In particular, this study focused on performing groups and dancers. Also, it discussed dance expressions of music dramas in those days through Joseon Akgeukdan’s The Deep Lady (1939) and Yegreen Troupe’s Sweet, Come to Me Stealthily (1967). According to the analysis of works by the two music dramas groups, the phenomena and expressive features of dance in music dramas at the time were strongly expressed in Korean colors. The public was emphasizing on various genres, the form of military martial arts and theatrical movements.
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    Strategies for Controlling the Tension of Korean Dancers During Peak Performance

    cho youngju | 2019, 74(2) | pp.89~102 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study was to identify the tension adjustment strategies that were used by 53 Korean dancers working in national or municipal dance companies while they were experiencing peak performance. To do this, an open questionnaire was conducted for the inductive content analysis to derive the following results. First, the tension control strategies were behavioral tension control (breath control, body relaxation, preparation check) and cognitive tension control (using composure and psychological techniques). In particular, behavioral tension control was used most effectively through breath control, and cognitive tension control was used most effectively through composure. Second, the concentration strategies during the tension were concentration on the dance works (work concentration, image) and mind control concentration (cognitive restructuring, body condition control). In particular, the focus on dance work was most effectively done through work concentration, and the mind control concentration was most effectively accomplished through cognitive reconstruction.
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    The Transitional Characteristics of Honam Woo-do Seoljang-gu in the Kim Baek-bong Jang gu Dance 『Sound of Dance』

    한솔 Han Sol | Ahn Byung Ju | 2019, 74(2) | pp.123~141 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is to analyze the creative aspect of a work by intensively looking into focusing on the transformative aspect of Honam Udo Seoljanggu shown in <Illustrations of Janggu Beating Techniques> marking a group dance work which is composed of farmer’s music tune out of <Kim Baek Bong> Janggu Dance. This study primarily transcribes <Kim Baek Bong> Janggu Dance, and conducts a comparative analysis between this work and Honam Udo Seoljanggu Jangdan. According to analysis, the record shows that Kim Baek Bong Janggu Dance has been influenced by Seoljanggu Jangdan, but seeing that the part which coincides with Honam Udo Seoljanggu Jangdan is very restrictive in the process of Jangdan transcription, the researchers suggest that Kim Baek Bong might re-create Janggu Dance in her own style, although it is true that Honam Udo Seoljanggu Jangdan has been partially inserted, and Kim Baek Bong was inspired by Honam Udo Seoljanggu Jangdan.
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    A Study on the Relationship Between the Bartenieff Fundamentals and Wu Qinxi from the Perspective of Somatics

    CHEN JINJING | 2019, 74(2) | pp.143~158 | number of Cited : 1
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    From the perspective of somatics, the purpose of this study is to emphasize the element of “art” in Wu qinxi instead of that of “sports”, which has been studied extensively at the present stage. This research can facilitate in dissemination of somatics in China, especially to dance professionals. It is the first time to study the connection between Western Bartenieff Fundamentals and Chinese Wu qinxi. The purpose of this study is to prove that Wu qinxi has not only the value of health preservation, but also the value of “body re-education” by understanding the body as the ultimate object. In conclusion, through BF developmental model exercise can be applied to fitness Qigong Wu qinxi.
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