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Study on Narrators in the Realism Plays -Our Town and A View from the Bridge (사실주의 연극의 Narrator 연구 - Our Town과 A View from the Bridge의 경우)

  • Oh, Soonmo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.395-403
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    • 2017
  • Narrators used to take an important role in the theatre of ancient Greece. They gave the audience an important information, explained the situations and conflicts between characters by talking to the audience directly. But in the realism play in the 20th century, which is represented as the 'fourth wall,' anything that can interrupt commitments of the audience such as a narrator, was excluded. However the two representative playwright in the 20th century, Thorton Wilder and Arthur Miller took narrators in their plays, Our Town and A View form the Bridge. This study shows why they adopted narrators in their play, which was unusual at that time and how this form of narrator affects to the meaning of the plays.

Development of a Reflective Collaborative Work System for e-Learning Contents Development (e-Learning 콘텐츠 개발을 위한 성찰적 협력작업시스템 개발)

  • Cho Eun-Soon;Kim In-Sook
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.108-115
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    • 2006
  • e-Learning contents are composed of compounding multimedia data. It requires many professionals in contents development stage. The process of e-learning contents development can be seen as a collaborative work. In the perspective of a collaborative work process, the whole process of e-learning contents development would be regarded as collaborative work process for each participant as well as for whole group members. Most of collaborative works in contents development field are widely distributed. Members of work groups require workspaces for sharing information and communicating each other. In addition to workspaces, it also needs to support collaborative reflection such as planning for collaborative work and monitoring for work process. This paper is intended to develop the reflective collaborative work system for e-Learning contents development in order to support the systemic process of e-learning contents development. The reflective collaborative work system is composed of four supportive parts: work flow management, personal workspace, collaborative workspace, and collaborative reflection.

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The feature of the 'Mun-yi-jae-do' artistic attitude in Chinese Animation from 1949 to 1966 (1949-1966년 중국 애니메이션에 나타난 '문이재도' 문예관의 특징)

  • Liu, Danya;Lee, Dong-hun
    • Journal of Communication Design
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    • v.65
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    • pp.70-81
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    • 2018
  • From 1949 to 1966, after the new China was established, in order to consolidate newborn regime and erect national image, "proletariat revolutionary education" had become the main way of literary and artistic creation in the new era. In this era, Chinese animation began to produce to form the characteristics of emphasizing the ideological expression and political education from 1949 to1966, but it also made people misunderstand that it was the results of comprehensive containment of Soviet literary thoughts and creative models. In fact, Regardless of the subject matter, narrative, and role, Chinese animations have inherited and developed the ideological characteristics of the "Mun-yi-jae-do" literary view, forming a creative style that is different from the Soviet "dogmatism." The characteristics of "revolutionary hero role", "mythological expression of revolutionary thought" and "unique storytelling narrative mode" in Chinese animation from 1949 to 1966 were the inheritance and development of the "hero role", "mythological story", and "art of storytelling" of the important expression means of traditional art creation after the establishment of the "Mun-yi-jae-do".