Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development Issue 55
2007-03-28 発行

アルバート C. バーンズの美術教育論に関する研究 : 「転移する価値(transferred values)」と知覚認識(perception)の教育

A Study on Art Education Theory of Albert C. Barnes : Transferred Values and Education of Perception
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abstract
The problem of Japanese art education is found in the dualistic view of curriculum, either child or subject. This paper examines the art education theory of Albert C. Barnes and Violette de Mazia regarding how the problem was solved in their theory; their theory was developed based on Dewey's pragmatism that endeavored to solve either/or problem in philosophy of education. First, the ultimate objective of their art education is clarified; they viewed that the experience of art itself had potential to the education of perception. Second, the major points of the theory of "Transferred Values," which is central to Barnes-Mazia method of art education, are critically examined. The points include the definitive features, four qualities of transferred values, third quality that emerges in the experience of art, creative distortion, and objectivity of transferred values. In conclusion, it is discussed what theories are contributive to solving the problems of art education brought about by the dualistic viewpoint and to developing Japanese aesthetic education.
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情操教育
アルバート C. バーンズ
ビオレッタ・マジア
転移する価値
知覚認識
Aesthetic Education
Albert C. Barnes
Violette de Mazia
Transferred Values
Perception
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