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Sources of the Obstruction and Precipitating Factors in Dance Flow

Youngju Cho 1 Jung, Yooyeong 2

1창원대
2창원대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of the study was to explore the obstruction and precipitating factors in dance flow. To achieve the goal, it carried out the inductive content analysis through open-ended questionnaire survey on 240 participants who majored in dance. The results are as follows: First, obstruction factors in dance flow were extracted from raw data of 449 cases. As a result of categorizing into 31 subcategories, 6 general categories were categorized under the sequence of environmental aspect(50.11%), physical aspect(19.60%), psychological aspect(13.81%), technical aspect(7.80%), social aspect(6.68%), and individual aspect(2.00%). Second, precipitating factors that facilitate dance flow were categorized into 25 subcategories based on the raw data of 463 cases. These factors were categorized into 5 general categories under the sequence of psychological aspect(45.14%), technical aspect(20.95%), environmental aspect(15.77%), physical aspect(9.72%), and social aspect(8.42%). Third, the main aspect of obstruction factors in dance flow was environmental aspect, while the main aspect of facilitating dance flow was psychological aspect. This shows the striking difference. This finding indicates that the improvement of positive performance will be made if an approach is attempted from the integrative perspectives that integrate obstruction and precipitating factors in dance flow.

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