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2021, Vol.83, No.3

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    A Dance Class Design with the Humanitude Care Methodology

    ji-won Lee | 2021, 83(3) | pp.1~24 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims to design humanitude care dances classes that contribute the health of older people with dementia. By reflecting on the humanitude care factors that accommodated the conditions and needs of the elderly with dementia, this study was intended to improve the quality of life of the elderly through dance classes. The class design effectively provides dance classes for the elderly with dementia to have a sense of stability and happiness not only physically but also psychologically and emotionally.
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    A Case Study on the Academic Environment of Chinese International Students Majoring in Dance

    kim seung il | Li Wenjun | 2021, 83(3) | pp.25~41 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims to investigate the academic environment of Chinese international students majoring in dance and to clarify how to improve the academic environment. In-depth interviews were conducted in the form of case studies, and the following conclusions were drawn. First, international graduate students majoring in dance require the implement of dance technique classes and improved support programs for them. Second, the international graduate students expect that professors will help to organize the professional terminology of the course. Third, the quality of the class is affected by the lack of enough Korean language ability of some foreign students. Finally, they want external dance recital information to be more easily accessible. Moreover, the enrollment system for international student needs to be updated.
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    A Study on the Place and Non-place of Performance - Focusing on Dance Film of Song Joo Won -

    Park, Sung-Hye | 2021, 83(3) | pp.43~57 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study examines the artistic value of dance projected on film, particularly, the relationship between dance and place in a dance film project ‘Pungjeong. Gak’ by choreographer Song Joo Won. It investigates how a place projected on a continuous image can obtain effects and aesthetic contents different from on the stage and have potential as a new dance art by exploring the relationship between the place and the situation that is instantaneously realized in the physical space from the Post structuralist perspective of Michel Foucault. In addition, I discuss Marc Augé's concept of Non-Places and theories about place to illuminate the placeness in which dance exists. The possibility of various interpretations of the space introduced in the dance Film is secured.
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    Hermeneutical Approach to Dance

    hyoyoung shin | 2021, 83(3) | pp.59~69 | number of Cited : 0
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    This thesis aims to explore the direction for dance by introducing hermeneutics one of the great flows of modern philosophy. The prerequisites for dance to become the subject of hermeneutics are examined through the methodology of applying the hermeneutics major theories of the representative scholars of hermeneutics such as Dilthey, Heidegger, and Gadamer, to the general dance. From the perspective of Dilthey, dance reconstructs elements of human universal life through movement, and interpreters perform the process of ‘experience-expression-understanding’ and discover the specific meaning of dance. Heidegger believes that movement, the material of dance, must build truth on its own, and that when such truth is expressed through dance, the audience can interpret and understand it through the work. Gadamer emphasized that dance and audience are interpreted by communicating and understanding in artworks through the concept of ‘play’.
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    A Study of Literary Value in Dramatic Ballet - Focusing on John Cranko’s Onegin -

    장수진 | 2021, 83(3) | pp.71~88 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of the study is to explore the literary value in John Cranko’s Onegin. Onegin, one of the well-known Cranko’s dramatic ballets, was created to ballet work based on Alexander Pushkin’s novel Eugene Onegin. The study examines the literary value, based on the six factors of drama in Aristoteles’s Poetic. ‘Plot’, the plots were revealed in Act 3, at the beginning, middle, and end. ‘Character’, it was described well as the novel characters. ‘Thought’ expressed Pushkin’s belief in love and friendship, and Cranko expressed Ballet D’action idea. ‘Diction’, the character’s personalities were described through the movement and mime of the dancer in ballet. The ‘spectacle’ expressed the situation of the times on the stage through the stage background, lighting, props, and costumes. ‘Music’ heightened the emotions and atmosphere suitable for the scene, further emphasizing the dramatic part. This study proves the Onegin is significantly meaningful in the literary value.
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    A Study on Developing New Movements Incorporating the Buddhist Dependent Origination Theory

    Choi Si Won | Myung Sook Kim | 2021, 83(3) | pp.89~104 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims to develop new dancing movements with the application of the dependent origination theory of Buddhism. The researchers composed a dance piece based on meanings and structure of dependent origination as a Buddhist perception of phenomena, and symbol of Indra-Jala. We draw the artistic value and symbol by establishing the theoretical basis for the production of the dance based on dependent origination, and then apply it to the creation of movements. Through this process, this study suggests to reconsider the direction of life value in modern society filled with individualistic perspective and secular thinking. We also discover the artistic meanings and implications of the process of applying a theory into a dance.
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