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A Study on Intimacy for Animation Character by the Intimacy Process -Focus on the Sternberg`s Triangular Theory of Love
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Intimacy for Animation Character by the Intimacy Process -Focus on the Sternberg`s Triangular Theory of Love
Kim, Myeong Sam;
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 Abstract
This study is to identify the elements, the types and the degrees of intimacy for animation character by the intimacy process through viewer. Firstly it is identified the element of intimacy by 1)Viewing, 2)Purchasing, and 3)Visiting. And secondly utilizing the psychological theory that is the Sternberg`s triangular theory of love and then classifying the types and the degrees with the love to animation character in order to establishing the intimacy process. Finally it is considered mainly the type and the degree of intimacy by concept of completion and existence, the elements of intimacy are applied to 8 types of Sternberg`s triangular theory of love. Those 8 types were compounded by those three elements of love. The results of study said that type 1.2.3 are uncompleted and low of the intimacy level, and type 4.5.6 are also uncompleted and average of the intimacy level, type 7 is completed and high of the intimacy level, and finally type 8 is nothing and no level. And the degree of intimacy is to be revealed by the relative comparison. It was concluded that the three elements have to be equally effects to animation character for establishing the high level of intimacy.
 Keywords
Animation Character;intimacy;Elements;Types;Degrees;Sternberg`s Triangular theory of love;
 Language
Korean
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