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1수학과 무용을 결합한 통합교육프로그램 개발 연구

저자 : 최경희 ( Choi Kyung-hee )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 5-26 (22 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to develop and implement an integrated education program that combines math and dance for middle school students. It is also to verify its effectiveness and to suggest desirable directions for the development of an integrated education.
The subjects for this study were 27 students who were purposively selected at a middle school which is located in Seodaemun-Gu, Seoul.
The program was divided into two periods and conducted once a week through 16 weeks. Before proceeding the integrated education program, pretest was conducted to determine students' perception of math and dance. And posttest was conducted after each 8 classes.
In order to find out the change in students' perception of the program and specific educational outcomes, t-test and marginal homogeneity test were conducted.
The t-test results for the total scores were statistically significant difference with t = 5.703 (p <.05), and posttest showed higher score than pretest. Meanwhile, In the periphery homogeneity test, post-test showed a higher response rate than pre-test as in the T-test, but some items showed no statistically significant difference.
The results showed that the integrated education program combined with math and dance not only motivates participants to learn, but also has meaning in forming positive thinking and attitudes toward their subjects. Through students used math in dance, they perceived connection between math and dance, and improved communication skills.
In addition, there were specific achievements such as developing creative thinking skills, constructing outputs, leading the learning, cooperation in problem solving process, enthusiasm to learning, and empathy.
On the other hand, the items such as 'continuous confidence', 'systematic thinking', 'express verbal and non-verbal expressions' showed a high positive response rate, but there were no statistically significant difference.
In order to realize desirable integrated dance education, it should be constructed various cases of interdisciplinary integration of dance 
In addition, there are need for proper time allocation and operation, discovery of teaching media and tools, and provision of integrated educational training opportunities.

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2중고령 노인을 위한 무용수업의 선택속성에 관한 연구

저자 : 이지원 ( Lee Ji-won )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 29-49 (21 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to extract expectations for dance classes as an important choice and specify them to propose the basic direction of dance classes for the elderly. It discusses the qualifications of teachers, composition of classes, preferences and environment in more depth. Therefore, exploring the selection attributes of dance classes can provide age-tailored dance experiences and create education that is appropriate to the level. Emotional stability, positive self-concept, cognitive and social experiences can be identified in the elderly, and it can attract the interest of the elderly. In addition, dance education can confirm the meaning of middle and high-aged seniors suffering from diseases and physical aging based on improving the quality of life in old age and increasing social activities.

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3초등돌봄교실 문화예술교육 프로그램 개발 방향

저자 : 이준식 ( Lee Jun-sik )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 51-65 (15 pages)

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Elementary child care classes have been increasing since they were introduced in 2004 due to the increasing social needs for the changing parenting environment and care, and as elementary child care classes increase, the demand for specialized programs including cultural experience, specialty, aptitude, and arts and physical education will also increase.
The culture and arts education programs have a similar purpose to the elementary child care class' group activity program in that it grows creativity and personality through arts, which shows that the culture and arts education program is suitable for the elementary child care classes.
Therefore, in order to develop and revitalize the culture and arts education program suitable for the elementary child care classes, we intend to present the development direction so that the culture and arts education program reflecting the characteristics of the elementary child care class can be developed as follows:
First, if the child care class is a place to protect children, the child care class' program should be a time for children to grow their ability to regulate and control themselves. Second, low-grade students should be organized around various cultural experiences through arts, and high-grade students should be organized around contents that can discover and grow their specialty and aptitude. Third, in the annual plan, it is desirable to organize the program with one flow, but to operate each session independently so that achievements are not accomplished over multiple stages. Fourth, it is recommended that the culture and arts education program for elementary child care classes is linked with the elementary child care class' program and use the teaching materials and teaching tools of the child care classes.
This study suggested the development direction of the culture and arts education program for elementary child care classes based on the characteristics and operation of the elementary child care classes. Based on this, it is hoped that programs that children can participate safely and joyfully, programs that can contribute to the fulfillment and internalization of demand for increasing elementary child care class' program, and various culture and arts education programs suitable for elementary child care classes will be created.

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4치매예방 문화예술 - '실버프랜드 말벗아리' 프로그램 현장적용 및 효과성 연구

저자 : 함수경 ( Ham Su-kyung ) , 김영연 ( Kim Young-youn )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 67-83 (17 pages)

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Purpose of this study was to find out the effects of the developed dementia prevention program through the application of the program to the practical settings in order to provide fundamental data that can be useful for cultural welfare policy development near future. An integrated cultural arts program named Silver Friends Malbot(companion) Ari was developed as a community service project and applied to the field for the elderly people for dementia prevention. From the study, it was found that participants'response were positive and possibility in terms of the program as sustainable social cultural welfare program. Implications are as follows: First, the cultural arts healing for dementia prevention can present positive effects on dementia prevention with the utilization of programs based on artistic education, and its application presents the possibility that the practice of cultural welfare helping the democratization of cultures will ultimately be helpful to development into cultural democracy. Second, the on-site application of Silver Friends Malbot(companion) Ari, a cultural arts healing program for dementia prevention based on integrated arts has contributed to improving the quality of life by vitalizing social and artistic activities among the elderly people and expanding participants' social networks. Also, it was found that the cooperative interchanges among the Dementia Reassurance Centers, cultural infrastructures, and the program development human resources worked as the important keys in the process of expeditious program facilitation. Therefore, this research presents the possibility of realizing the educational values of dementia prevention education as a cultural arts education.

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5도서지역 주민들의 전통의례에 구현된 키네토- 카토그래피 : 전남 완도 장좌리 당제를 중심으로

저자 : 심경은 ( Shim Kyung-eun )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 85-115 (31 pages)

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The purpose of this study is to seek to explore the semantic system contained in it by exploring the interrelationship between body and environment, by using gestures accompanying rituals Jangjwa-ri Dangjae as a study object. In order to do so, this study defines the concept of 'Kineto-cartography'(the combined words between Kinetography and Cartography) as the cultural geographic embodied through human bodies. Hereby, It seeks to discover the ecological relationship between the body and its environment and recording methods of such findings.
This study was conducted through literature research, field trip, and participatory observation. Through a numbers of field trips, a natural Rapport was formed with the residents of Wando Jangjwa-ri. After obtaining their prior consent, participatory observation was carried out during the preparation period. Processing and evaluation of data collected in the form of field journals, photographs, gesture transcription, transcripts and video recordings were all carried out in two stages. The first step was to analyze the structure of the entire process of the ritual through video protocol analysis, Laban motion recording method, Kinetography Laban, and qualitative data analysis method. In the second stage, the constituent factors of the Jangjwa-ri Dangjae in Wando were explored according to the conceptual 'kineto-cartography' formed as a result of the first step of the study.
As a result of the first stage of the analysis, the observation of Jangjwa-ri Dangjae areas was categorized into large, medium, and small. The major categories are ground, gesture, body, and group. The ground(Teo) was divided into village, island(Jangdo) and road. The gesture was now classified into percussion music (Punmulchigi), perform ancestral rites, and sharing food (Eumbok). The body(mom) was divided into movement and posture. The last, group activity was divided into grouping in single or in double formation, in circular shape or in freestyle. The sub-elements of middle categories were divided into each sub-class derived from 55 detailed activities that constitute the Jangjwa-ri dangae.
Secondly, through Kinetography Laban's motion analysis, the first symbolic gesture was found to be 'drumming'(Punmulchigi), which is another form of strong human will of life. The second gesture is to express worship and was found to be in the form of 'bowing down', 'burning prayer papers and blowing them into the air'. The third gesture was 'squat down and eat' which means to describe a good rest after a long labor of ritual and the fourth symbolic gesture was 'moving in group' which means to describe symbiotic life.
Through this multi-layered structural analysis of Jangjwa-ri Dangjae and the interpretation of symbolic gestures, it was able to explore the very components of kineto-cartography. First, in Jangjwa-ri Dangjae, the mutual relationship between the body and the environment was due to natural environmental factors that repeated in cycle. This suggests that the symbiotic worldview of the residents of Jangjwa-ri, who organized the ritual process according to the natural cycle (low tide and high tide), is being expressed through such rituals. Second, the cultural and social factors of the interrelationship between body and environment are related to the experiences of village residents due to the historical background of Dangjae and the transmission process of percussion rhythm traditional (Pungmul gut). It was shown that during Dangjae, the everyday living spaces of the villagers were transformed into cultural spaces where aesthetic experiences were being shared. Third, the relationship between body and environment is due to the physical factors of village residents who were preparing for the ritual. During the period of Dangjae, people kept their minds and bodies clean and physically prepared themselves for the event such as selecting chief priest(Jeju), practicing exorcism (Dang gut), cleaning the sanctuary, preparing sacrifices, and installing gold strings and so forth.
Through this study, it comes to realize that the space of everyday life can be transformed into an ecological space where the body and the environment are closely working together. Based on the kineto-cartography via the examples of Jangjwa-ri Dangjae residents, it was possible to examine the cultural value and artistic potential of the ecological performance of the body. It is believed that this study can be used as a methodology for follow-up studies in the fields of dance, cultural anthropology, and behavioral psychology where gestures are objectively observed and analyzed.

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6예술연구에서 모호한 지식의 본질

저자 : 고현정 ( Go Hyeon-jeong )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 117-127 (11 pages)

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Academic research has long sought fixed truths, has set rigorous standards for seeking objective knowledge, and has not been willing to accept new forms of exploration easily. However, knowledge is now replaced by knowing, and the process of knowledge is the priority rather than knowledge itself. Then, what value does the arts of creative and ambiguous metaphor have as an academic study, and how can it fall within the standard of the rigorousness of academic research? And what value does the ambiguity of arts have in academic research?
Generally speaking, we do not consider the value of knowledge in arts research because we do not dismiss arts as producing knowledge. This is because we do not discuss the nature of knowledge from various perspectives, but have a fixed perspective with scientific knowledge that traditionally brings validity to academic research. However, we need to discuss the nature of our body, environment, society, and culture as well as how much our knowledge have changed and how diverse it is.
Therefore, this study begins with the question of why, how, and what to explore arts research through nonconceptual experiences in humans, and examines how knowledge expansion and arts knowledge for the academic research of arts can inspire human understanding in the academic discipline through insights and perspectives provided by artists who are affected by the community of culture and thoughtful practice. The purpose of this research is to consider the nature of knowledge and explore its value to re-concept the ambiguity of knowledge generated from arts research, and to discuss as follows: First, it considers the value of knowledge in academic research for arts and expands the concept of knowledge. Second, for the validity of the knowledge inferred from arts research, we restructure research methods for arts exploring and re-concept the rigorousness and ambiguity of academic research based on them.

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7『논어』를 통해 본 인문정신문화로서의 예술에 관한 연구

저자 : 박지선 ( Park Jee-seon )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 129-140 (12 pages)

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This study began with a re-examination of Confucius' humanities and artistic spirit. It was interpreted 『The Analects of Confucius』 from the perspective of artists, aiming to solidify the status of arts as a humanistic and spiritual culture by analyzing Confucius' books contained in the Analects.
I extracted and analyzed the records of 『The Analects of Confucius』, which supported that arts was the pinnacle of Confucius' humanistic spirit. Confucius was greeted with a dance symbolizing high virtue and admired the cultivation of arts. I analyzed the correlation between dance and virtue and confirmed that arts based on Confucius' humanities and spirit has a function to enlighten people and society. The completion of character through Ak樂 is the peak of life. This was the way for Confucius to realize his humanistic spirit and create a perfect life. Confucius considered morality important, and at the same time made it the ultimate in life to lead a happier life through arts experience. As a result, it was confirmed that the arts as a humanistic and spiritual culture are the pinnacle of Confucius' humanities and spirit.
Confucius philosophy from the artist's point of view is energized. For Confucius, arts is a humanistic and spiritual culture that cultivates humans and enriches human life on the basis of his human spirit. In order to secure human dignity and stability in society, the promotion of humanistic and spiritual culture, which is essential to reflect on humans and to foster wisdom in life, is necessary. Through this research, I hope that it will help strengthen the foundation of arts by enhancing the status of arts, which is the humanistic and spiritual culture.

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82018 평창올림픽 개막식에 나타난 춤 공연 양식 연구

저자 : 이민애 ( Lee Min-ae ) , 이해준 ( Lee Hai-joon )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 143-153 (11 pages)

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The Olympics, which represent mega sports events, are not only attracting worldwide attention as a venue, but also provide an opportunity to raise awareness of the host country enhancing the national image through cultural events such as eve, opening ceremony, and closing ceremony. They are such a special world event that gives the host country an opportunity to show their unique cultural and artistic identity presenting the trend of the times through cultural events while building strong international relationships. Since ancient times, dance has been closely related to festivals and has existed with different contents and functions depending on the purpose and location of the festival. The Olympics are global spectacles and national festivals that charm people around the world. Moreover, the host country may enjoy the privilege of promoting their artistic values powerfully through the opening ceremony. In the same vein, the dance performed at the opening ceremony of the Olympics plays an important function as a medium that can naturally express and convey the cultural artistry of the host country.
Therefore, this study examines the dance works performed during the opening ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, explores the thematic elements of dance, and studies its expressive characteristics using the framework of the first stage of the Janet Adshed dance analysis method. This study explores the motif of the work by examining each thematic element inherent in the dance work shown at the opening ceremony, and uses the first-stage framework of Adshed dance analysis to create movements, dancers, visual environments, and auditory effects. Through element analysis, we explore the overall framework of artistic identity expressed in Korean dance culture in dance parformance styles according to the trend of the times. This study is discussed as follows. First, it explores the thematic elements that can be thoughts, cultures, or motifs inherent in Korean dance works performed at the opening ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. Second, It explores the expression style of Korean dance performed at the opening ceremony of the PyeongChang Olympics by analyzing movement, dancers, visual environment, and auditory elements that make up the Korean dance work performed at the opening ceremony of the PyeongChang Olympic Games in 2018.

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9리처드 슈스터만을 통해 본 스트릿 댄스의 '실천적 미의식'탐구

저자 : 이주영 ( Lee Joo-young )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 155-169 (15 pages)

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Street dance is a culture that actively solves one's problem in the unique language of dance. It is a dance form that feels the convergence of life and arts through 'body', while recognizing and accepting cultural diversity and coexisting together. Black people, who were treated discriminatingly in American society, wanted to express 'I' as they are through street dancing transcending social status, religion, race, and institution, and to be recognized by the social members as subjective and reasonable being. Emotional support and open interchange relationships not only promote positive perception with others but also set us free.
Street dance that recognizes the value of difference as individuality in the community with this horizontal relationship raises the atmosphere as the positions and roles of participants and observers are constantly overturned and switched. Street dance intends to make a subjective life through the changes from active practice, further from modern arts, which was regarded as physical and private through 'pleasure' that is sensual and arising from 'body'.
Street dance transforms the social and cultural perception that was treated as a competitive and 'groundless' culture into a daily experience as an arts, not resolving the cultural perception in a violent and inhumane way. The battle culture competing one's skills through improvised movements, guerrilla street busking, etc. make people feel strange but vivid emotions through unpredictable events and situations, and provides an opportunity to change their daily lives into meaningful impressions.
Street dance changes the daily lives to the basis of aesthetic experience and it is shared and spread through mutual intimacy with the public, not on a personal level. In addition, the role of observers who raise the atmosphere with active participation attitude in street dance is as important as the participants. They feel and express everything with an open sense, and show their impression to the participants (dancers) by using everything they can, including action, cheering, and making sounds. In other words, street dance strives to strengthen the mutual intimacy of recognizing cultural others and to lead the fast-changing trend of popular culture trends. Street dance is a self-expressive dancing culture while being related to others, and it pursues an empirical return to the everyday world from the art stuffed, being isolated from life in an art form. It restores one's complete and unified aesthetic experience through subjective attitude.
The practical aesthetic of street dance is to vividly revive the 'body' dimension, which is gradually being pushed to the back of civilization as being standardized and deepened diligence without self-reflection in modern society where speed is competitive, and to think one's own existence by returning art to everyday life. Street dance is a symbol of a sensuous and changing life. In other words, the active practice of street dance is to correspond to the mobile street culture by throwing oneself into the world as a being potential in a changing world and it can be the reason for self-realization to achieve self-creation based on self-exploration.

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10인공지능 기반 발레반주를 위한 데이터 셋 연구

저자 : 김은수 ( Kim Eun-soo )

발행기관 : 한국무용교육학회 간행물 : 한국무용교육학회지 32권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 171-185 (15 pages)

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This study aimed to provide the data set for developing ballet accompaniment on artificial intelligence. For providing a high-quality data set, this study analyzed the ballet class music and extracted the unique elements of ballet accompaniment.
The analysis presents the musical genre into eight categories according to the speed and nuance of the movement: from slow and elegant music to fast and bright music. It also provides the characteristics of ballet class music in nine categories: count, form, phrase, beat, tempo, dynamic, accompaniment type, accent, pedal. These are essential factors for expressing the ballet movement. And these factors are unique characteristics of ballet music that are differentiated from classical music.
This study provides these factors as basic data. It expects the development of future dance music and suggests further research combined with technology.

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