Postmodern Approach to Art Appreciation for Integrated Study in Japan

Postmodern Approach to Art Appreciation for Integrated Study in Japan 64 Symposium of Unity at the Bauhaus], Iwate Daigaku Kyoikugabu Kiyo [Annual Report of the Faculty of Education, Iwate University] 58, no.1 (October, 1998): 21-31. 2. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Chugakkou Gakushu Shidou Youryou [The Junior High School Course of Study] (December 1998). 3. Forum for Citizens’ Television (FCT), Media Literacy: Mass Media wo Yomitoku [Media Literacy: Read and Understand Mass Media] (Tokyo, Liberta, 1998). 4. Kenta Motomura, “Techno Culture to Bijutsukyouiku: Bauhaus Kenkyu Karano Shisa” [Techno Culture and Art Education: Based on the Bauhaus Study], Bijutsu Kyoikugaku [The Journal for the Society of Art Education] 23 (2002): 245-55. 5. Kenta Motomura, “Bijutsu niokeru Media Literacy Kouiku: Kyouin Yousei Katei niokeru Bauhaus Kyouiku no Konnnichiteki Tennkai” [Media Literacy Education in Art: Actuality of Bauhaus Education Today in the Teacher Train- ing Course], Bijutsu Kyoikugaku [The Journal for the Society of Art Education] 21 (2000): 277-87. 6. Motomura, “Techno Culture and Art Education,” 251-52. The writer of this essay has also been practicing VJ since 1999 as an activity for a club. This essay aims to clarify the issues of art appreciation education in Japan, and to examine a viewpoint for considering the issues in relation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Aesthetic Education University of Illinois Press

Postmodern Approach to Art Appreciation for Integrated Study in Japan

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64 Symposium of Unity at the Bauhaus], Iwate Daigaku Kyoikugabu Kiyo [Annual Report of the Faculty of Education, Iwate University] 58, no.1 (October, 1998): 21-31. 2. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Chugakkou Gakushu Shidou Youryou [The Junior High School Course of Study] (December 1998). 3. Forum for Citizens’ Television (FCT), Media Literacy: Mass Media wo Yomitoku [Media Literacy: Read and Understand Mass Media] (Tokyo, Liberta, 1998). 4. Kenta Motomura, “Techno Culture to Bijutsukyouiku: Bauhaus Kenkyu Karano Shisa” [Techno Culture and Art Education: Based on the Bauhaus Study], Bijutsu Kyoikugaku [The Journal for the Society of Art Education] 23 (2002): 245-55. 5. Kenta Motomura, “Bijutsu niokeru Media Literacy Kouiku: Kyouin Yousei Katei niokeru Bauhaus Kyouiku no Konnnichiteki Tennkai” [Media Literacy Education in Art: Actuality of Bauhaus Education Today in the Teacher Train- ing Course], Bijutsu Kyoikugaku [The Journal for the Society of Art Education] 21 (2000): 277-87. 6. Motomura, “Techno Culture and Art Education,” 251-52. The writer of this essay has also been practicing VJ since 1999 as an activity for a club. This essay aims to clarify the issues of art appreciation education in Japan, and to examine a viewpoint for considering the issues in relation

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The Journal of Aesthetic EducationUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Nov 19, 2003

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