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Institute of Culture and Arts Journal
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ISSN (Print) 1906-2044
Published by Srinakharinwirot University Homepage  [2 journals]

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    • Authors: ปรารถนา คงสำราญ
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      PubDate: 2019-06-29
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • Institute of Culture and Arts Journal

    • Authors: Thanyaporn Rojanasangworn
      PubDate: 2019-06-29
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • Institute of Culture and Arts Journal

    • Authors: Thanyaporn Rojanasangworn
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       

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    • Authors: Thanyaporn Rojanasangworn
      Abstract: .
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • Institute of Culture and Arts Journal

    • Authors: Thanyaporn Rojanasangworn
      PubDate: 2019-06-26
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • Institute of Culture and Arts Journal

    • Authors: Thanyaporn Rojanasangworn
      PubDate: 2019-06-26
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • Institute of Culture and Arts Journal

    • Authors: Thanyaporn Rojanasangworn
      PubDate: 2019-06-26
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE ECO-MUSEUM MODEL FOR MUSLIM COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH TOURISM: A CASE
           STUDY ON YAIMOM COMMUNITY, LAEM-NGOP DISTRICT, TRAT PROVINCE

    • Authors: ณิศิรา กายราศ
      Pages: 9 - 22
      Abstract:      This research has 3 objectives: firstly, to study the process behind the establishment of the eco-museum in the Yaimom community; secondly, to explore the community’s capability in developing
      the health tourism services and products based on the ecological capitals; lastly to synthesize the experience of the Yaimom eco-museum and develop into the eco-museum model for Muslim community-based health tourism. In order to achieve these objectives, this work applies 3 qualitative research methods, namely participant observations, in-depth interviews and focus group.      The main findings are as follows. First, the key actors behind the formation of the eco-museum are a group of women and youth in the community. They utilize various community’s ecological resources, be they natural, social and cultural, to develop the health tourism services and products in conformity with the Islamic practices. Second, the eco-museum development enables the community to improve its capability in utilizing and conserving the community’s ecological resources, and solving the community’s problems such as deterioration of the ecological resources and economic hardship. In the long run, the eco-museum can potentially contribute to the empowerment of the women and youth. Third, the experience of the Yaimom eco-museum reflects the distinct characteristics from other models of eco-museums. Instead of solely focusing on conservation of the ecological resources or utilization of resources for economic purpose, the Yaimom community makes aptly use of the health tourism as a way to find the balance between these two objectives. In another words, it tailors the eco-museum concept to fit in the specific problems faced by the community. This, in turn, demonstrates the flexibility of using eco-museum to tackle different ecological challenges under different socio-religious contexts.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • MUDMEE PATTERN DESIGN TO LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF FASHION PRODUCT. CASE
           STUDY OF HOL PROH PATTERN SURIN PROVINCE

    • Authors: รัตนเรขา มีพร้อม
      Pages: 23 - 35
      Abstract: The purpose of this research was to study the identity of Hol-Proh’s pattern of Surin province to design the Silk Ikat pattern for fashion product development and to examine the concept of using
      fashion design for developing product. The research found that motifs of Surin Province was a geometric rhombus form. The use of fashion style to design of Silk Ikat pattern are Avant-garde, Trendy, In fashion and Basic. The basic information of textile technicians and textile experts found that the age of weavers and textile experts were 30 years old and above, single had higher education than bachelor degree, experienced in ikat weaving for 5-10 years and mostly work as civil service had officer. Study of weavers combining and textile experts’s opinion about ikat pattern design by quantitative data analysis and data analysis using descriptive statistics which were frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results showed that. Mudmee pattern Trendy (style 3) was the first preference, the average was 4.19. Followed by the Mudmee pattern Avant-garde (style 4) was an average of 4.11. Mudmee pattern In Fashion (style 2) was an average of 3.94, the Mudmee pattern Basic (style2) was an average of 3.94, which all were very satisfactory at a high level.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • HISTORY OF THAI MUSIC EDUCATION: PERSPECTIVES FROM THEORY OF EDUCATION

    • Authors: ณรุทธ์ สุทธจิตต์
      Pages: 36 - 54
      Abstract:      The objective of this study is to investigate the history of Thai music education with reference to the framework of Thai historical periods, including Sukhothai, Ayutthaya, Thonburi, and Rattanakosin (1257-2004) on four aspects: teachers, students, curriculum, and instruction based on Theory of Education by Steiner (1988) and with reference to the indigenous Thai social institutions. Methods used were data collecting from documents and expert interview. Content analysis and analysis of expert interview were conducted. The descriptive results were presented.      It was found that the social contexts influenced on Thai music education were the adoption and development of technology, economics, culture and education. These aspects made changed to Thai music education chronologically. An oral transmission was a method of Thai music instruction used in three fundamental ancient Thai social institutions, i.e. Ban, Wat, and Wang. In The Beginning Period (Sukhothai Period, 1257-1438), when evidences left were only about music instruments, Thai music education evidences rarely found, anthropological assumption showed Thai music and dance education were closely related. Both teachers and students were Brahmins, commoners and courtiers, and an oral transmission was used as a method. No evidence was found on curriculum, presumably designed by the teachers. In The Development Period (Ayutthaya to Thonburi Periods, 1350-1782), teachers were commoners, courtiers, Brahmins, and noblemen, and students were commoners and courtiers. Instructions took place in Ban, Wat and Wang. In Ban and Wat, students both studied and stayed at their teachers’residences. For instructions at Wang, students resided in the palaces, but their teachers travelled to and from their residences since the latter had to teach also at homes and Wats as well. Memorizing was the
      key method of instruction. Curriculum included Pleng Song Chan (moderato music pieces) and Pleng Pasa (music based on foreign music idioms). In The Rebirth Period (Rattanakosin Period, from King Rama I - King Rama III, 1782-1851), teachers were commoners, royal court servicemen, and noblemen. Students were a king, courtiers, and commoners. An oral transmission was still a method of instruction, and curriculum was designed by the teachers. New music compositions were created along with the new types of ensemble. In The Glorious Period (Rattanokosin Period, from King Rama IV - King Rama VI, 1851- 1925), teachers were kings; commoners possessing music skills were promoted to court music teachers and students were kings, princes as well as princesses, and aristocrats, contributing to the glorification of Thai music. An oral transmission as a teaching method, taking place in Ban, Wat and Wang, was used. At Wang, especially in this period, ensembles were great in number, and music instruction was widespread. Pleng Tao, a complete series of song movements, was developed. With regard to the curriculum, the contents comprised 1) different types of music composition, e.g. Pleng Tao, music accompanying performance, and new types of music compositions, etc. 2) methodology of music performance, and 3) Wai Kru Ceremony. The Amalgamation Period (Rattanakosin Period, from King Rama VII - King Rama X, 1925-2016), was marked by the formal schooling system, and teachers and students were both royal family members and commoners. Formal schools offered Thai people, all under the constitution, an equal educational opportunity. Instructions at Ban, Wat and Wang were thus lessened. Only at certain Bans, Wats and Wangs, there existed Thai music instructions as a result of the cultural and educational changes. Music education in schools was found as both general and specialized subjects. Thai music instruction was thus systemized, i.e. taught as a school subject and systematically evaluated. Curriculum was developed based on those in practice at Wats and Wangs to be used at various levels of educational institutions. The traditional way of music transmission and moral nurturing was less emphasis. The development of Thai music instruction in today educational institutes should be done by applying Ban music transmission process.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • CONCEPTUAL IN THAI MUSIC COMPOSITION OF SAMRAN KERDPHOL (NATIONAL ARTIST)

    • Authors: เสาวภาคย์ อุดมวิชัยวัฒน์
      Pages: 53 - 68
      Abstract:       This research aimed to study Kru Samran Kerdphol (national artist)’s concept of Thai music composition. There are four issues, including 1) His study background of Thai music composition, 2) His Thai music composition works, 3) His main principles of Thai music composition, and 4) His Thai music composition characteristics and objectives.      It was found that his composed songs categorized by type include 1) 10 Hom-Rong songs, 2) 56 Thao songs, 3) 4 Tub songs, 4) 5 Rueang songs, and 5) 11 Na-Phat songs. Kru Samran Kerdphol’s Thai music composition consists of two principles, including 1) Structured song composition and 2) Unstructured song composition. Moreover, Kru Samran Kerdphol’s Thai music composition has four characteristics, including 1) Composition of whole new songs 2) Composition of additional parts of old songs 3) Composition of songs based on the modern Thai music structure, and 4) Composition of the vocal only. Finally, there are seven objectives of his Thai song composition, including 1) To honor the king and members of the royal family 2) To serve certain organizations 3) To promote old songs to be applied more easily by Thai musicians, 4) To preserve Thai songs, 5) To reflect the current situations 6) To be used especially for Wai-Kru Ceremony, and 7) To benefit Thai music instruction.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • A STUDY OF TIME-PERIOD INFLUENCES AFFECTING PORTFOLIO DESIGN

    • Authors: ดนัย เรียบสกุล
      Pages: 69 - 79
      Abstract: This research study investigates any time-period influence which affects portfolio design in order to create its manual and examine any satisfaction on it. In the study, 50 specialists and stakeholders in different areas of design are studied and interviewed with the method ‘Structured Interview.’               According to the study, it is found that three time-period influences have an impact on portfolios:  (1) Communication Technology – 1.1 Hardware such as computer, mobile phone,      tablet – 1.2 Software such as Illustrator Programme, Photoshop Programme, 3D MAX Programme, – 1.3 Internet such as Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G – 1.4 Social Network such as Facebook, Skype, LINE, Instragram – 1.5 File hosting service such as Email, Google Drive, Dropbox; (2) Social Condition – 2.1 Business Competition – 2.2 Social Popularity – 2.3 Way of Life; and (3) Design Trend – 3.1 Customers’ Needs – 3.2 Inspiration               Regarding the manual of portfolio design, it is created in the form of Electronic Book (E-book) generated by the interview results and the experts’ suggestions. With such a form, it makes the manual accessible to customers, convenient in operation, low in production cost and appropriate to the time period. The E-book is presented in Infographic design with 2D illustrations which are easy to understand. It is composed of 108 pages and divided into five chapters: Chapter 1 Background and Meaning of Portfolios; Chapter 2 Significance and Form of Portfolios; Chapter 3 Elements of Portfolios; Chapter 4 Portfolio Design; and Chapter 5 Time-Period Influences on Portfolios             According to the results of subjects’ satisfaction on the manual of portfolio design by answering the ‘Skill Evaluation Questionnaire’ related to values of content, design, technique and media usage, it is revealed that all 75 subjects rate them “Very Good” (mean rating = 4.67) in all parts of the questionnaire. In the part Evaluation of Content, the mean ratings are the clear outline of chapters (4.68), the content supporting portfolio design (4.63), the content appropriate to objectives and ages (4.61), the spelling, sentence structure and correct collaboration (4.61) and the emphasis of texts beneficial to the content (4.61), respectively. Regarding the Evaluation of Design, it is found that the design appropriate to ages is rated as highest scores (mean rating = 4.67), followed by the appropriateness and beauty of form, size and font (mean rating = 4.60). For the Evaluation of Technique and Media Usage, the mean ratings are the integration of media appropriate to ages (4.79), the quickness, convenience and easiness to use the file (4.73) and the possibility of production and sale (4.68), respectively.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • FASHION DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR EXPORTING LEATHER GOODS TO JAPAN THE
           CREATION OF THAI HANDICRAFT IDENTITY IN THE AVANT-GARDE POSTMODERN STYLE

    • Authors: พรนารี ชัยดิเรก
      Pages: 80 - 92
      Abstract:      Because the fashion industry in the global market is highly competitive in terms of product appearance, for exporting these to Japan needs to be developed to enhance the international image. This research has established a concept in creating a framework for designing fashion leather goods that reflects Thai identity that suits the targeted by customer presenting of 2 main concepts that accord with the Japanese lifestyle through combining the Thai identity that can be found in bamboo wickerwork handicraft with the artistic and design concept of the Avant-Garde style of the Post-Modernist period. The research was conducted through the study of primary and secondary sources, involved with the analysis of the relevant factors. The research methodology was both qualitative, in the form of exploring and in-depth interviewing specialists in each field, and quantitative, through the use of a questionnaire distributed to Japanese women, aged 20 to 45 years of age. The study found that the identity of bamboo wickerwork handicraft consists of the following design elements as forms, structure, color, pattern and materials. The Post-Modernist Avant-Garde concept aims at the following creative elements as forms, technique, materials and the interpretation. In order to achieve the form of exported fashion leather goods which is the most in line with the demand for the targeted customer, the researcher relied on the EDFR futuristic research technique, with specialists judging the merchandise images. The results of this research have led to the creation of exporting leather goods, which have been summarized in terms of design elements such as forms, colors, details, materials and developed into the uniquely prototype collections that are innovative from the unique culture of the capital to increase export revenue.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE CREATION OF CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE THROUGH A TRADITION (WAI)

    • Authors: ธนีพรรณ โชติกเสถียร
      Pages: 93 - 102
      Abstract: Creative project aims to convey the idealistic work of art that represent by the symbolistic of greet or to salute by bringing the hand together as describe in Thai as Wai. Wai as the way we act in   is the symbolic and the way of life that parallel to pop art culture. The way to demonstrate this contemporary art is represent in Banality way.             These salute symbolic contemporary cultures represent the human behavior and the act of these salute are the way of life that we are utilized in day to day life activities. This Wai – the      to pay to respect concept was to constitute way of life in our regular daily activities which most of the times are overlook by the society in present  are several way to portrait  different meaning    in this contemporary sculpture. The objective of these representing sculptures constructs to study the creative patterns of this Wai symbolistic contemporary sculpture. These sculptures are reflecting the roots of our culture in dimension will lead the learner to the interesting and appropriate art content. To generate the contemporary art culture that reflected astonishing culture of Wai - the represent way of respect in order to be a case study of visual art teaching and learning. These sets of sculptures reflect a traditional expression practiced by Thai society- displaying the several ways of representing this symbol to contemporary sculptures. These sculptures allege the fact of scientifically behavior research and pass through this life experiences to these contemporary art sculptures. The fact information research and claim in this pop art way. Body and habitus theory is the way of this project carrying on the research and represent by 3 dimension art work. These art sculptures indicate 3 series of art work which trying to connect to audience emotional preconisation to Wai sculpture.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE LIFE NARRATIVE CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OF THAI-PUAN ETHNIC

    • Authors: สุรชัย ทุหมัด
      Pages: 103 - 118
      Abstract:      This research aims to study 1) life history and turning point of a community leader 2) concept of cultural management of community leader and 3) problem and obstacle of cultural management, The study was a qualitative research, which the autobiography was narrated by studying through life experience, using key informant was 1 and secoundary informant was 8 from nakhonnayok province. Data were collected by in-depth interview, participant observation, and note-taking and documentary study.      The result showed that : the key informant are 58 years, was a leader of thai-puan community. His family is impoverished, he decided to works as labour of car-seat plant when 12 years old, after that he have been the owner of a car-seat plant. The turning point of his life was affront from people in downtown and government officer. When his family is stable, he decide to go back to hometown to develop community throught cultural using, he have gotten a lot of developer award. The key informant have the process of cultural management : 1) Cultural resource evaluation 2) Priority of cultural development 3) System planning for conservation, inheritance and creativity, focus on awareness contribution toward local people and development economical value that based on local culture and         4) Plan evaluation. The key ploblem are finance costs and lack of participation of local people. The solutions of these problem are the committee establishment of community for management effectiveness.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN TRAINING TO DEVELOP SKILL TO DRESS UP KHON-DRAMA
           (YEUN KREUANG) FOR TEACHER OF ART LEARNING FOCUSING ON THAI DANCE THE
           SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE 4 IN PATHUMTHANI PROVINCE

    • Authors: ประวิทย์ ฤทธิบูลย์
      Pages: 119 - 134
      Abstract:      This survey research aimed to study and evaluate the needs assessment in the training to develop Khon-Drama (YEUN KREUANG) dressing skill by gathering information from the example groups which were 43 teachers from the department of Arts (Thai Dance) under the 4th Secondary Educational Service Area, Patumthani. The method applied was the Simple Random Sampling and Dual-Response format assessment whose Content Validity, Index of Congruent or IOC were examined by experts and were analyzed for Alpha Coefficient. The statistics used in the analysis was Frequency, Percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation and Priority Needs Index.      The study of the analysis of the needs assessment for the training to develop Khon-Drama (YEUN KREUANG) dressing skill of the teachers from the department of Arts (Thai Dance) under the 4th Secondary Educational Service Area, Patumthani found that the expected operational status of the example group were required in every subjects indexing the priority of importance of the needs were between 0.18 – 0.56. The most indexed importance was the element of Khon-Drama dressing (0.56), next was the Khon-Drama dressing (0.49) and the lowest important subject was the tightening Khon-Drama costumes (0.18) respectively.      According to the analysis of the needs assessment for the training to develop Khon-Drama (YEUN KREUANG) dressing skill of the teachers from the department of Arts (Thai Dance) under the 4th Secondary Educational Service Area, Patumthani, it had been divided into 3 aspects; 1.) Comparing the means of the element of Khon-Drama dressing by Paired-Samples T-Test in the current operational status and the expected operational status found that the means of element of Khon-Drama dressing in the current operational status and the expected operational status was, statistically, different at 0.05 significantly and the analysis also found that the mean of the current operational status (= 1.95) was lower than the mean of the expected operational status (= 3.05). It indicated that the element of Khon-Drama dressing was necessary for the training. 2.) Comparing the means of the Khon-Drama dressing by Paired-Samples T-Test in the current operational status and the expected operational status found that the means of Khon-Drama dressing in the current operational status and the expected operational status was, statistically, different at 0.05 significantly and the analysis also found that the mean of the current operational status (= 2.70) was lower than the mean of the expected operational status (= 4.02). It indicated that Khon-Drama dressing was necessary for the training. 3.) Comparing the means of the Khon-Drama dressing by Paired-Samples T-Test in the current operational status and the expected operational status found that the means of Khon-Drama dressing in the current operational status and the expected operational status was, statistically, different at 0.05 significantly and the analysis also found that the mean of the current operational status (= 2.93) was lower than the mean of the expected operational status (= 3.45). It indicated that tightening Khon-Drama costumes was necessary for the training.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • FACTORS AFFECTING PARTICIPATION IN ART AND CULTURAL PROJECT FOR LOCAL
           COMMUNITIES CASE STUDY OF ART AND CULTURAL PROJECT OF SRINAKHARINWIROT
           UNIVERSITY

    • Authors: ณิชาภัทร จาวิสูตร
      Pages: 135 - 144
      Abstract: The purposes of this research was to study the factors affecting participation on art and cultural projects for local communities. The sample group was 200 people of noangsang subdistrict pakplee destrict nakhonnayok province, selected by using cluster sampling. A questionnaire was used as  an instrument in this study. Statistical methods used for data analysis were descriptive statistics and regression analysis. Results revealed that the factors that affect participation of local communities with art and cultures of srinakharinwirot university were communication for development and trust.  The influences were .208 and .182 respectively at the significance .05 level. and all variables could jointly explain 11.80 % of variance of participation on art and cultural projects.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • GASTRONOMY TOURISM THROUGH IDENTITY CUISINE IN 4 REGIONS

    • Authors: กฤตวิทย์ กฤตมโนรถ
      Pages: 145 - 158
      Abstract:      The objectives of this research are to present and conclude the important theories related to gastronomy tourism and also to present the lists of local cuisines represented in each region of Thailand. Thai cuisine is geographically divided into 4 regions: Northern Region Cuisine, Central Region Cuisine, Northeastern Region Cuisine and Southern Region Cuisine.      Research methodologies are based on the documentary research which books and articles are used to construct a questionnaire and interview questions for the local people and cuisine expert.      The conclusion of this research: Cuisine is an important part of regional identity which can be divided into three types of identity construction such as Legitmising identity, Resistance identity and Project identity.      There are three different perspectives of authenticity of tourism, namely: Objective authenticity, Constructive authenticity and Existential authenticity.      The cuisines of cultural identity in the northern region are Gang Hanglay, Namprik Ong, Sai Ua, Kanomjeen Namngiao, Kao-Soi and Namprik Num. The cuisines of cultural identity in the central region are Gang Keowaan, Tomyum Goong, Homok Pla, Gang Ped, Panang and Gang Som. The cuisines of cultural identity in the northeastern region are Saigrog E-san, Somtum, Laab, Namprik Plala and Plala Bong. The cuisines of cultural identity in the southern region are Gang Tai Pla, Kao Yum, Gang Luang, Kua Gling, Pla Tod Kamin, Budu Song Kueng, Gai Gor Lae and Pad Sator.      Cuisine is the prime motivation for traveling and has been recognized as being expressive of identity and authenticity.    
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE ANALYSIS OF THE PROCESS OF PLAY PRODUCING BY GROUP PERFORMING THEATRE
           IN EDUCATION (TIE) IN THAILAND

    • Authors: กฤศณัฏฐ์ ดิลกศิริธนภัทร์
      Pages: 159 - 168
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to survey theatre groups for Theater In Education for analyzing stages and processes of Theatre In Education (TIE) in Bangkok. The results of the survey and data analysis is that Theatre In Education is benefitial for learning about a story, especially a social issue. There is a need to communicate with other and order to know to prepare for a common solution and engage in problem solving. In terms of the processes that contribute to the development of unity, participation and collaboration. In other words, the group can communicate about what is necessary to find solutions.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE ROLES OF LOUIS XIV ON FRENCH ROYAL COURT DANCE

    • Authors: ธรากร จันทนะสาโร
      Pages: 169 - 179
      Abstract:         The objective of this research is to study the role of Louis XIV as the patron of the French court dance and to study the state of French court dance. The study was qualitative research, collected document data with interview, then analyzed, synthesized and summarized data respectively.         The results of the study can divided the role of Louis XIV in French court dance into 2 parts   1) Louis XIV gave the opportunity for professional dancers attended court dance because he had increased his weight body and he wanted to preserved the dignity of the King. Also, He wanted professional dancers replaced cameo role dancers and 2) Louis XIV initiative founded the first dance institution established in the world: Académie Royale de Danse on 1661. The objects of academy were enhanced the perfection of professionalism in dancing as much as possible. This academy served the society until the French Revolution.         The states of French court dance were found 4 results as follow: 1) The conception phenomena of French court dance founded that the presentation, content and dancing were influenced by the high class people or vassals level, believed in Mythology and created a human image had a power of god over other people. 2) The presentation of dance identity founded that the performance called Minuet dance which focused and presented manner of the court and important social traditions through training and performance. 3) The Ballet de cour in French founded that the characteristic of court dance reflected luxuriousness in French court included music, poetry and dance and attendees can associated at the end of performance. And 4) Louis XIV with Le Ballet de la Nuit founded that Louis XIV acted himself as the Sun which surrounded servants as the center of universe, used the Sun as symbol which meant honor, love, courage, prestige and peace.           The connection between historical phenomena and research’s result, explicit knowledge was included ethnic dance. The phenomenon in Louis XIV was effected from changing of politics, social, tradition, religion and economics. Also using court dance represented power, prestige and demanding of France as the center of Europe affected dancing was important tools and inevitably linked with politics.  
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
  • THE CULTURAL STRATEGY IN PERFORMING ARTS FOR CULTURAL IDENTITY
           CONSERVATION OF THE ETHNIC GROUPS IN SAKAEO PROVINCE

    • Authors: สุรีรัตน์ จีนพงษ์
      Pages: 170 - 180
      Abstract:            This study aimed 1) to examine current condition of cultural identity conservation for performing arts of ethnic group in Sakaeo Province and 2) to develop cultural strategies in performing arts for cultural identity conservation of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province. the samples in this research including director of cultural office of Sakaeo Province, provincial cultural officer, local leaders such as president of sub-district administrative organizations, members in sub-district administrative organization,chief of sub-district,villageheadman,head of performing club,local arties and people,totaling 398 persons. The instrument in this research was a questionnaire and statistics for data analysis included frequency, percentage,mean,standarddeviation,indexcontentanalysis.     
                 The findings reveal that 1) current condition of cultural identity conservation of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province in general and in aspects was at moderate level in following orders  2) promoting organizations and community as a learning center and promoting cultural tourism in local area and neighboring countries 3) conserving, promoting and maintain religions, arts and cultures in local area to respond important days of the nation, religion and monarchy to be succeeded  and developed sustainably, 4)promoting and developing cooperation and relationship with every sector and neighboring countries in cultural dimensions, 5) using cultural capital in local areas to add social and economic values and  6) developing management of know-how to cover every level for public relation and propagation of religious, art and cultural knowledge.             After studying orders of needs, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of cultural management for performing arts in order to conserve cultural identity of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province, the researcher divided research result into 2 issues as follows
                  1. Needs (PNI modified) of cultural management for performing arts in order to conserve cultural identity of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province and was generally found that  Cultural management for performing arts in order to conserve cultural identity in Sakaeo Province was found that needs could be arranged in following orders; development of know-how management to cover all levels for public relation and dissemination of religious, art and cultural knowledge (PNI modified =0.22) followed by utilization of cultural capital to increase economic and social value (PNI modified = 0.21), conservation, promotion and conservation of local religion, arts and cultures and response to important days of the nation, religions and monarchy to be inherited for sustainable development (PNI modified = 0.20), promotion of organizations and community and cultural learning source and promotion of cultural tourism in local areas and neighboring countries (PNI modified = 0.18) and promotion and development of relationship with all sectors and neighboring countries in cultural dimension with mean at (PNI modified = 0.17)                  External environment in cultural management for performing arts in order to conserve cultural identity of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province was found that needs should be arranged in ordered as follows, technological condition , (PNImodified = 0.16) political condition (PNImodified = 0.15), economic condition  (PNImodified = 0.14) and social condition (PNImodified = 0.13),           2. Speaking of cultural strategies for cultural identity conservation of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province, there are 4 suitable and possible strategies with 9 approaches and 17 projects. 4 main strategies are as follows, 1) strategy of upgrading quality of information technology system for information searching, learning and promoting  the conservation of cultural identity in performing arts of the ethnic group in Sakaeo Province to be sustainable and acceptable at national and ASEAN level, /) strategy of developing images of approach public relation to promote learning, understanding about identity in performing arts of the ethnic group at provincial, national and global level, 3) strategy of upgrading quality of cooperation to be the center of exchange and learning about cultural identity and knowledge concerning performing arts to promote understanding and difference of culture in a good way and to enhance relationship with foreign countries and 4) strategy of developing and supporting the upgrade of cultural identity construction in performing arts of the ethnic group and promoting cultural tourism to add economic value of Sakaeo Province in a sustainable way.
      PubDate: 2019-06-28
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 2 (40) (2019)
       
 
 
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