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Effects of various support programs on the development of traditional performing arts industry
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Effects of various support programs on the development of traditional performing arts industry
Kim, Myungho; Park, Jeong-Bae;
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 Abstract
In order to understand how various support programs affect the development of traditional performing arts, I used descriptive statistics and multivariate statistics analysis on 267 surveys. I estimated relationship between item-whole by calculating mean and standard deviation. This will help us comprehend effects of the variables. Cronbach alpha coefficient, a measure of internal consistency, exceeded 0.7, indicating that reliability is satisfactory. I have established one main hypothesis and four sub-hypothesis to identify the relationship between support programs and the performing arts more clearly. The result supports that the support programs do have effects on the performing arts. However, there are not enough researches done on this subject, and additional researches are needed in order to systemize relevant theories and the development of performing arts industry.
 Keywords
Performing arts groups;support;marketing benefits;
 Language
Korean
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