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Photography`s educational study : Against practical-based curriculum in photography education
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 2,  2016, pp.359-367
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.2.359
 Title & Authors
Photography`s educational study : Against practical-based curriculum in photography education
Nam, Tack-Oon;
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 Abstract
This paper aims to develop the photography education method based, not on the practical technique, the photo recording or the communication, but on the photo theory and the visual culture. This paper can be summarized as follows: First, it analyses the photo theory itself and photography education theory. It examines the studies of the important scholars of photography theory, namely Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Walter Benjamin, Susan Sontag. It examines also the studies of the scholars who applied photography to education, that is, Victor Burgin, Simon Watney, David Bate. This paper examines how photography is related to education theory in general and where photo education can be situated in art education field.
 Keywords
photography education;communication;photography theory;education theory;
 Language
Korean
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