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2020, Vol.78, No.2

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    The Analysis of Differences in Level of Importance and Level of Satisfaction in Recognition of Middle School Students on Good Classes in School Dance Education Using IPA Method

    Lee Seul | CHOI SOBIN | 2020, 78(2) | pp.1~20 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to identify factors which middle school students think important and are satisfied with in regards to dance classes using the IPA Importance/Satisfaction Analysis method. The result of the IPA matrix analysis of the importance satisfaction factor for good instruction in school dance education is the most important and very satisfactory Quadrant1 (8 elements), Quadrant 2 with high importance and low satisfaction (6 elements), Quadrant 3 with low importance and low satisfaction(4 elements), Quadrant 4 with low importance and high satisfaction(1 elements). Identifying the recognition of middle school students on a good dance class at school, this study would contribute to run a more practical and effective dance classroom in school education.
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    Analysis of the Desired Types of Labor according to the Types of Occupation Chosen by the College Students Majoring in Street Dance

    Kook, Song Ey | Park Sung Jin | 2020, 78(2) | pp.21~43 | number of Cited : 0
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    In order to contribute to the development of street dance, This study will investigates a meaningful database and specific analysis on the desired type of labor according to the types of occupation chosen by the college students majoring in street dance. The survey has been designed according to the previous research analysis of the occupation status research and desired types of labor. A total of 302 students majoring in street dance have taken part in the questionnaire. The collected data have been analyzed using the IBM SPSS Statistic 18.0 program for the one-way analysis of variance and frequency analysis. The result of the analysis suggests that there is a relation between the chosen types of occupation, desired labor types, and the level of awareness of the four major insurances. Therefore, we propose that based on the results from this study, subsequent study will need to focus on the target samples to continue the analysis of the desired labor types chosen by street dance majoring students and artists.
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    Korean Professional Dancers’ Experiences in Using Dance/Movement Therapy for Psychosocial Support

    Jung Eun, Nam | Kyung Soon Ko | 2020, 78(2) | pp.45~70 | number of Cited : 3
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    This qualitative study explores Korean professional dancers’ experiences in using dance/movement therapy for psychosocial support. Seven participants were recruited from a dance company in Korea. Participants engaged in eight two-hour sessions. Data were gathered through an individual interview, personal journals, and drawings centering on two research questions: 1) What were participants’ experiences relating to psychological well-being in the dance/movement therapy program? 2) What were participants’ experiences relating to job stress? Data analysis revealed four themes: 1) A new positive beginning, 2) Catalyzing growth through inner work, 3) Finding ways to outwardly express themselves, and 4) Importance of interactions in relationships. The result of this study provide insight into how dance/movement therapy can promote meaningful reflection through an inner journey. This study suggests that dance/movement therapy contributes to professional dancers’ psychological wellbeing and personal and professional growth.
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    A Study on the Protection Method of Traditional Dance Works

    Minsuh Shin | 2020, 78(2) | pp.71~91 | number of Cited : 0
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    The protection of traditional dance works cannot be attained by one legal system, so it should be approached from a variety views. The purpose of this study is to suggest methods to protect of traditional dance works from the perspectives of copyright law. This study reviewed the protection system of traditional dance, and examined relevant domestic and foreign precedents, papers and articles to derive implications and explore protection measures. I concluded that the elements of traditional dance that have been handed down before were difficult to protect and were a public domain with traditional public nature. It was confirmed that in order for traditional dance creations to become works protected by copyright laws, high creativity must be recognized. Dancers and choreographers should be wary of strong insistence on author's property right of traditional dance with weak commerciality, but the moral rights of traditional dance should be protected.
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    Analysis of Hierarchical Factors in 360° VR Dance Performance Production

    Shin, Min-Hye | 2020, 78(2) | pp.93~103 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study was to find out hierarchical factors and ranks in 360° VR dance content production. Literature review, expert discussion and analysis of hierarchy process(AHP) were adopted to understand initial factors and their group of sub-factors in production of 360° VR dance content “Content (.384)”, “Performer (.294)”, “Sense of presence (.188)”, and “Practicality (.134)” are hierarchically ranked for the initial factors with the consistency index (CI=.02). A 360° VR dance content production contributes to dissemination and popularization of dance performance. As shown in the results, the role of choreographers and that of dancers are prior to that of technicians in the 360° VR dance performance production. However, its production and success as a marketing strategy certainly needs coordination between dance-related experts and technicians.
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    A Study on Deconstructive Elements in Dimitris Papaioannou’s Works

    Hyunmin Ahn | Cho, Eun Sook | 2020, 78(2) | pp.105~117 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this research is to analyze how recent contemporary dance works of Dimitris Papaioannou are influenced by deconstruction. Prior to the analysis of his works, the authors articulate notions and traits of deconstruction based on other scholarly papers, books and videos. The objects of analysis are the three pieces of Dimitris Papaioannou: Nowhere(2009), Primal Matter(2012), The Great Tamer(2017). Nowhere disconnects the space of the stage using the stage settings and props. Primal Matter shows deconstruction of gender using dancers’ body parts. The Great Tamer makes entirely new images through separating body, stage settings and props. Overall, Papaioannou’s works serve as examples of how the idea of deconstruction can be incorporated into the contemporary dance pieces, which offer a platform for diverse interpretations of art pieces.
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    A Study on the Glocalization of Chinese Contemporary Dance

    CHEN JINJING | Kim Kyung Hee | 2020, 78(2) | pp.119~141 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to find out the social and cultural significance of the complex landscape of Chinese contemporary dance, by identifying the characteristics of the glocalization. The proposed problems of this study is: “what are the characteristics of glocalization of Chinese contemporary dance?” This study uses Roudometof’s three existing characteristics of glocalization theoretical analysis, that is, nationalization, indigenization, transnationalization characteristics, to illuminate a sociological significance of Chinese contemporary dance. The methodology of the study is focusing on literature research methods. It has passed only 21 years since the birth of Chinese contemporary dance. From the perspective of time, Chinese contemporary dance has the characteristics of “timeliness” that is synchronized with the world. From the aspect of culture, it has the core of “Oriental Culture” which is different from that of the West. From the perspective of ideology, it also has the socialist values embodied by the “minority”.
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