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A Study on the Emotional Language Imagery according to Popular Music Genres for Development of Textile Print Design Ideas I (텍스타일 프린트 디자인 발상을 위한 대중음악 장르별 감성 언어이미지 연구 I)

  • Kim, Ji Yeon;Oh, Kyung Wha
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.354-365
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    • 2014
  • This study investigates the positioning of emotional language imagesin popular music genres for developing textile print design ideas. Auditory and synaesthetic imagery were employed to deduct emotional language imageries from popular music genres and analyze differences in emotional language imageries according to popular music genres. Six genres of popular music were selected as stimulus and a survey was conducted to analyze emotional language imagery differences and similarities depending on popular music genres. The results of this study were: The results of the factor analysis and the reliability test on emotional language imagery showed factorial structures that include Lyrical-Feminine, Intense-Masculine, Euphoric-Active, Gloomy-Melancholy, Abstruse-Sophisticated, and Addictive-Continuous. The results of the mean scores of emotional language imagery of each popular music genre showed that respondents tended to perceive that ballad and new age music are similar and hip-hop & rap, dance, and metal-rock are similar. Based on the multidimensional scaling analysis, new age positioned Lyrical-Feminine, metal-rock positioned Intense-Masculine, dance music positioned Euphoric-Active, and ballad positioned Gloomy-Melancholy. This study provides elementary resources to inspire innovative textile prints designed through different characteristics of emotional language imagery according to each popular music genre.

A Study about nessesity for training an educator of popular music -Concentrating on the establishment of institution and a certificate of qualification- (대중음악 지도자 양성 필요성에 대한 고찰 -기관 및 자격증의 설립을 중심으로-)

  • Cho, Seung-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.383-389
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    • 2017
  • This study assesses the necessity of popular music instructor training, and promotes the establishment of popular music educational institutions and certification related to applied music education. Popular music has profound influence in popular culture, and is gradually diversifying. However, successful singers predominantly remain mostly boy/girl performance groups lacking musical skills. This study posits the cause of this problem is the absence of popular music instructor training systems, and suggests solutions. Currently, Korea's popular music lacks a public education system that teaches students effectively. Also, popular music is acknowledged as field-oriented, and isn't recognized for its academic value. Lastly, the lack of professional instructor training system in higher educational institutions creates challenges in fostering effective teachers. Solutions to these problems include establishing dedicated educational institutions and establishing certification programs. Implementing these solutions will provide significant positive effects in developing globalization for the currently stagnant K-pop industry. In addition, these solutions would contribute to the stabilization of the popular music industry, enhancing the image, and developing the popular music industry in general. In conclusion, this study promotes the popular music industry development by influencing and promoting awareness of music professionals, not just applied music students.

Application and Need of Korean Popular songs as the Educational Contents (교육적 콘텐츠로의 한국 대중가요의 활용과 필요)

  • Jung, Ji-Young
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.174-185
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    • 2012
  • The social and cultural influence about the popular music in Korea has been increased and the industry of popular culture has been also growing compared with other fields. In addition to this, many universities in Korea tends to establish departments of popular music for undergraduate and graduate program. Firstly, this paper suggest that the analysis of popular songs can be raised the academic value by the modern music theory. Secondly, the database of Korean popular songs should be built up so that popular songs can be classified to various aspects such as composers, musical style etc. As a result, Korean popular music deserves special consideration not just for the industrial value but for the contents of music education. Furthermore, these research can contribute that popular songs should be regarded and applied as a educational contents for the academic development and social improvement.

Creating the Idea of Textile Print Pattern Design Using the Visual Expression of Popular Music (대중음악의 시각화를 통한 텍스타일 프린트 패턴디자인 발상)

  • Kim, Ji Yeon;Oh, Kyung Wha;Jung, Hye Jung
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.524-540
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    • 2015
  • This study develops textile pattern design ideas created through the visualization of music. Methods of auditory and synesthesia were employed to analyze various attributes of popular music genres and appoint language image, shape image, and color image to obtain their interrelationships. This study provides data that can be used to express emotional images on textile print pattern designs. This research used different genres of popular music as stimuli. The language image was extracted and introduced to the overall color scheme; in addition, the color image was verified. The analysis of the color image was executed by applying it with the color set image scale of I.R.I colors. Then, the color image of the target genre of popular music was examined and analyzed through a color tone system. The preference in shape image was realized through visual images based on basic principles of points, lines, and sides composition; subsequently, an analysis of the emotional image of popular music followed. An examination of the emotional images of different popular music genres have led to the discovery that language image, color image, and shape image all share a common emotional image. There was also a realization that similarity and interrelationship exists in language, color, and shape images experienced by listening to popular music.

A Study of Clothing Symbolism on Popular Music -Focused on the Periodic Symbol- (유행가요 가사에 나타난 복식의 상징성에 관한 연구 -시대 상징을 중심으로-)

  • 이수진;한명숙
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.4 no.1
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    • pp.43-56
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    • 1996
  • The purpose of this study is analyzation of the clothing symbolism on the words of a popular music. The result shows that clothing symbolism on the popular music has a strong relationship with the periodic background. And also that represented the importance of the clothing as a symbol.

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The Analysis of Nursing Research on Music Therapy in Korea (음악요법에 관한 국내 간호학 연구 분석)

  • Hong, Myung-Sun
    • Journal of Korean Public Health Nursing
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.294-304
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    • 2005
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to review and analyze the trend and issues of nursing research on music therapy. This study was aimed to help direct developing better music therapy programs in the future. Method: We reviewed 57 dissertations and published articles from 1983 to Feb. 2005 that were related to music therapy in nursing. Result: Among the 57 published researches on music therapy, 47 (82.5%) were dissertations and 10 (17.5%) were published articles. Among the 57 researches, 55 (96.5%) were experiential researches and 2 (3.5%) were non-experimental researches. Surgical patients were the most popular subject for researches. The number of subject was a minimum of 7 people and maximum of 143 people. Listening to music 41 (74.5%) was the most popular program for music therapy. Among 55 researches, 33 (60.0%) had a music therapy session of 25-60 minutes and this was the most popular time duration of therapy. Among all the 108 dependent variables, 57 (52.8%) were psychological variables, 40 (37.0%) were physical variables and 11 (10.2%) were social-cognitive variables. Conclusion: There is an urgent need to develop systematic music therapy programs with different nursing interventions, as based on theories and principles while considering the physical, psychological, and social characteristic of the subjects.

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Long term solution for K-POP globalization -Concentrating to the change in education system- (K-POP의 세계화를 위한 장기적 방안의 도출 -교육체제의 변화를 중심으로-)

  • Cho, Seung-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.16 no.7
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    • pp.4418-4423
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    • 2015
  • This thesis urges the change of the education system of popular music for globalization of K-POP in a longer point of view Korean popular music has developed not only musically but also sound quality itself. Moreover it became popular in a global scale in the name of K-POP. However, it is still limited to idol music, and numerous issues related to the lack of musical talent are emerging Even though the routine of birth and death of several idol groups and singers are still repeated. Recently, the skills of artists enhanced due to audition TV shows but still it's not enough. Under this situation, it is not appropriate to rely on audition TV shows and Entertainment Management companies for picking up talented artists. Therefore, like Classic or Traditional music, schools concentrated for popular music must be founded. If this become enabled, young students going to entertainment companies or to unqualified but expensive private institutes will disappear. Moreover, it can prevent students from lacking behind in their academic activity. In addition, a reformation should be done education colleges for raising popular music educators

Bayesian Learning through Weight of Listener's Prefered Music Site for Music Recommender System

  • Cho, Young Sung;Moon, Song Chul
    • Journal of Information Technology Applications and Management
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.33-43
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    • 2016
  • Along with the spread of digital music and recent growth in the digital music industry, the demands for music recommender are increasing. These days, listeners have increasingly preferred to digital real-time streamlining and downloading to listen to music because it is convenient and affordable for the listeners to do that. We use Bayesian learning through weight of listener's prefered music site such as Melon, Billboard, Bugs Music, Soribada, and Gini. We reflect most popular current songs across all genres and styles for music recommender system using user profile. It is necessary for us to make the task of preprocessing of clustering the preference with weight of listener's preferred music site with popular music charts. We evaluated the proposed system on the data set of music sites to measure its performance. We reported some of the experimental result, which is better performance than the previous system.

A Study on the Creative Elements of Popular Music (대중가요의 창작성 요소에 관한 고찰)

  • Kim, Hye Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.17 no.5
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    • pp.213-218
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    • 2016
  • Music copyright began in 1850 in France and, unlike other copyrighted works such as architecture or arts, which are based on visual conditions, copyrighted music is based the on trends of the times. The appropriate range of protection for musical works is not the entire music, but the part that is determined to be a creative expression deduced from the analysis of the musical structure. Concerning the issue of plagiarism in popular music, the determination of creativity plays an important role in whether a piece of music encroaches on the original copyrighted works or not. However, determining whether a work is an element of a previously copyrighted work should be achieved through a consensus formed by members of the relevant industry and academia rather than the court. The purpose of this study is to classify the creative and non-creative elements of popular music, in order to create a classification that can enable musical creators to provide a consensus on the elements of creative expression.

A Study on the Popular music and Fashion of youthful subculture (청소년 하위문화에 나타난 대중음악과 복식에 대한 연구-1970년대 이후를 중심으로-)

  • 엄소희
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.26
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    • pp.101-121
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    • 1995
  • The Purpose of this study was to investigate homology between the Popular music and Fashion of youthful subculture and how the image of popular music have influenced on the 90's fashion. As the result, Korean youthful subculture analized to be different from western youthful subculture. In western countries, the style of youthful subculture groups spread to tricle up as developed themselves but represented tricle down phenomenon in Korea. Because life con-dition of Korean Youthful was different from westerns in everything. The Image of popular music have an influenced on the 90's fashion, it is be classified into the Jazz image, the Country & Western image, the Rock image, and Hip-Hop, Ragge image. 1. The jazz image from Jazz music has come back dandism of the nostalgia mood and intro-duce ethnic sense into fashion. 2. The Country & Western image is reflected in fashion of accessories details, materials and Coordination item. 3. The rock image from Acid Rock and Punk Rock effected the advent of hippie mood fashion, ethnic, ecology, new unisex fashion and Punk fashion trend. 4. The hip-hop, raggae image from Rap and Raggae music showed on fashion of primitive mood's naturism, Sports wear's generalization and dualism. After the 90th, youthful fashion of new gener-ation may be infered constantly on the move toward $\ulcorner Fashion democracy \lrcorner$formation.

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