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A Study on Art Education from a Sociological Perspective

  • Journal of Communication Design
  • Abbr : JCD
  • 2020, 71(), pp.333-344
  • DOI : 10.25111/jcd.2020.71.24
  • Publisher : CDAK Society of Communication Design
  • Research Area : Arts and Kinesiology > Design > Visual Information Design > Information Design
  • Received : January 29, 2020
  • Accepted : April 27, 2020
  • Published : April 30, 2020

An - Keun Lee 1

1원광보건대학교

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ABSTRACT

In this paper is analyzed the changes in educational policy from the sociological perspective, focusing on the art subject. Education policy has been changed to reflect social ideology or the background of the times. However, in recent years, Korean education has been pushed to the knowledge-based curriculum due to the narrow perception of art education. However, the competitiveness of the state today is not only achieved by knowledge-based education. In an environment of diverse internationalization, a curriculum for creative human resources with differentiated cultural identities is required. And The most effective subject in fostering creative talent is art. Art is a subject that can be developed by creative imagination and qualitative and reflective thinking, which can promote emotional and cognitive development. Today's school art education involves more than just knowledge of art. Therefore, the value and importance of art curriculum that can cope with diverse social environment should be discussed and changed based on sociological discourse. In this paper is analyzed the changes in educational policy from the sociological perspective, focusing on the art subject. Education policy has been changed to reflect social ideology or the background of the times. However, in recent years, Korean education has been pushed to the knowledge-based curriculum due to the narrow perception of art education. However, the competitiveness of the state today is not only achieved by knowledge-based education. In an environment of diverse internationalization, a curriculum for creative human resources with differentiated cultural identities is required. And The most effective subject in fostering creative talent is art. Art is a subject that can be developed by creative imagination and qualitative and reflective thinking, which can promote emotional and cognitive development. Today's school art education involves more than just knowledge of art. Therefore, the value and importance of art curriculum that can cope with diverse social environment should be discussed and changed based on sociological discourse. This study discusses the validity of recognition and paradigm shift in art education. The educational paradigm should be set the goal of education based on a thorough situational analysis of the times. Accordingly, this study is suggested that a review of the school art education curriculum and its contents is necessary. This study discusses the validity of recognition and paradigm shift in art education. The educational paradigm should be set the goal of education based on a thorough situational analysis of the times. Accordingly, this study is suggested that a review of the school art education curriculum and its contents is necessary.

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