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아동의 미술 정의에 내재된 담론분석: 미술교육 방향의 재고

Title
아동의 미술 정의에 내재된 담론분석: 미술교육 방향의 재고
Other Titles
Discourse Analysis on Children's Definition of Art: Rethinking of the Direction of Art Education미술교육 방향의 재고
Author
김미남
Keywords
사회활동으로서의 아동미술활동; 사회문화적 발달이론; 구조기능주의child art practice as a social practice; socio-cultural theory of development; structural-functionalism
Issue Date
2013-05
Publisher
한국조형교육학회. / Society for Art Education of Korea.
Citation
조형교육, 2013, 46, p.29-49.
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate what socio-cultural value and belief about visual arts are learned and internalized by Korean children. For a long time, children's art-making has been considered as a product of individuals. Therefore, children's art has been understood based on universal developmental information. However, new scholars who are interested in socio-cultural aspects of children's artistic development starts raising questions on this developmental perspective. For example, Pearson (2001) claimed that children's art practice is a social practice. It means that we need to understand children's art practice with in a specific context in which children are engaged in. Through participating in repeated everyday art practices, children can learn social value and belief on art and they produce their art as expected by their society automatically. Therefore, it is important what social value and belief on art Korean children learned and internalized in order to think about the direction of future art education in Korea.||||For this study, 418 elementary school students were interviewed with a question, "What do you think art is?" There answers are transcribed after interviews and analyzed using the method of discourse analysis which is known as a powerful method to understand what socio-cultural meanings are included in everyday talk people use for a specific theme. From the result of analysis, four meaings were found: (1) Korean children understand mainly as drawing and/or making, (2) Adjective words used for describing the characteristics of art by Korean children shows what school art is and what it aims, (3) Korean children devide art into school art and others, (4) Korean children understand art is for talented artists. From these findings, art educators should consider ways to change children's distorted understanding of art and widen the boundary of understanding art.
URI
http://scholar.dkyobobook.co.kr/searchDetail.laf?barcode=4010023630344http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/46377
ISSN
1225-4177
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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION[S](사범대학) > APPLIED ART EDUCATION(응용미술교육과) > Articles
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