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作者 Neighbours, Joleen Elaine
書名 The Role of Gender Identity in Regard to Differentiated Instruction (DI) in Theatre Arts Education
國際標準書號 9781124896151
book jacket
說明 227 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 72-12, Section: A, page: 4489
Adviser: John Keeler
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Regent University, 2011
Adolescent females in theatre arts educational programs in the United States appear to face many special challenges of prejudice and other barriers that may prevent them from successfully pursuing further study or professional careers in the theatre arts. This study explores and demonstrates the significance of gender in performing arts education, particularly in the public school setting, drawing from scholarly literature dealing with women in the arts and using a qualitative research approach that included interviews with female adolescents currently in theatre arts programs, theatre arts educators and other experts, and examination of theatre arts curricula. The study addressed what, how and to what extent academicians, teachers, directors, and others are teaching young women about being theatre artists and how their experience in theatre arts enables them to learn about themselves as they learn their craft. The study yields new insights about these issues that should be helpful to many scholars and practitioners interested in the education of young women in the theatre arts area. It calls for theatre arts education that better meets the unique needs of young women and provides the groundwork for feminine view of theatre arts education for young women---a new way of thinking that contrasts with previous feminist perspectives applied to theatre arts
School code: 1058
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 72-12A
主題 Education, Performing Arts
Theater
0457
0465
Alt Author Regent University
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