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An Analysis on Correlation between the Curriculum and the Career of Students in Life Dance Department
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  • Journal title : International Journal of Contents
  • Volume 6, Issue 4,  2010, pp.101-107
  • Publisher : The Korea Contents Association
  • DOI : 10.5392/IJoC.2010.6.4.101
 Title & Authors
An Analysis on Correlation between the Curriculum and the Career of Students in Life Dance Department
Baek, Hyun-Soon; Lee, Yae-Soon;
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 Abstract
I aim to discover that how greatly the curriculum of Life Dance department has had an effect on the career of students majoring in dance, with research objects being Life Dance department of two universities, located on the metropolitan area. The study method, called qualitative, includes some suggestions on the curriculum of the two and comparison, analysis of job-related materials; further, it involves discussion on the influence the curriculum has had on the career as dance trainers. The results from it are as follows; first, the curriculum of the department mostly consists of pure art such as Korean dance, modern dance, ballet, but has few creative life dance programs. Second, the employment into the art area has been more often than to the counterpart. Finally, it shows that a title of a department does not make a big difference and affect the employment rate. In conclusion, as the completion of the curriculum does not always guarantee a success, it is recommended that college students get some competent certificates related to dance.
 Keywords
Life Dance Department;Curriculum;Career;
 Language
English
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