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Day, Michael D. – Studies in Art Education, 1976
Results of this study indicate that students' attitudes toward styles of painting studied were influenced in a positive direction through use of an experimental curriculum. (RW)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Curriculum Evaluation
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Smith, Ralph A. – Studies in Art Education, 1975
Article evaluated the types of research consistent with the idea of promoting the aesthetic welfare via a cultural service field. (Author/RK)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Cultural Activities
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Johansen, Per – Studies in Art Education, 1979
In this paper, a teaching model for the appreciative dimension of visual aesthetic education is presented, with a brief outline of the major theoretical sources used in its construction. (Author/SJL)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Conceptual Schemes, Definitions
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Soep, Elisabeth; Cotner, Teresa – Studies in Art Education, 1999
Focuses on how art viewers express their aesthetic experiences into linguistic structures. Analyzes the language of novice adult art viewers and, using discourse analysis, identifies four interpretive strategies evident in their speech: (1) contrast, (2) negation, (3) speculation, and (4) narration. Discusses each strategy in relation to current…
Descriptors: Adults, Aesthetic Education, Aesthetic Values, Art Appreciation
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Lanier, Vincent – Studies in Art Education, 1986
Details a scope and sequence for art education, emphasizing art criticism and aesthetics. It is presented as an alternative for the more common curriculum, which uses art production as a means to personal development. Notes that most teachers are more comfortable in teaching the "production end" of art rather than art criticism and aesthetics due…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art History
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Lansing, Kenneth M. – Studies in Art Education, 1986
Describes subject-centered and child-centered approaches to art education, how they developed, and how they might be integrated. Concludes that a return to a more bookish, academic approach will not improve the quality of art education. Recommends the integration of art production, art history, criticism, and aesthetics. (JDH)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art History
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Neperud, Ronald W.; And Others – Studies in Art Education, 1986
Reports the results of a study designed to assess differences in Blacks' and Nonblacks' rating of representational and nonrepresentational art works by Black and Nonblack artists. Results suggest ethnic identity in art does not ensure aesthetic valuing by ethnic groups. (JDH)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Analysis of Variance, Art Appreciation, Art Education
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Wolcott, Anne – Studies in Art Education, 1996
Criticizes the traditional approach to art education that emphasizes formal properties such as line, color, and shape. Proposes that teachers develop student abilities to go beyond the visual level of artworks and gain access to the complexity of meanings that art possesses. Includes contemporary art examples and corresponding analyses. (MJP)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Aesthetic Values, Art Appreciation, Art Criticism
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Anderson, Tom – Studies in Art Education, 1993
Proposes a definition of art criticism and claims that art criticism can never be a neutral activity. Examines reasons and provides examples of value orientations. Suggests a method for criticizing art in an educational context. (CFR)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Criticism, Art Education
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Broudy, H. S. – Studies in Art Education, 1987
Discusses the theoretical structure of Discipline Based Art Education (DBAE). Elaborates on the role of imagery for learning in all areas that involve perception, especially art history, art criticism, and aesthetic perception. (AEM)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art History
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Hamblen, Karen A. – Studies in Art Education, 1987
This article examines discipline-based art education (DBAE) issues for their origins, meanings, and implications. The issues are discussed within four general categories of conceptual structure, curriculum selections, research foundations, and organizational affiliations. (Author/JDH)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art History
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Congdon, Kristin G. – Studies in Art Education, 1987
Proposes a definition for folk art based on analyzing and sorting the descriptors and identifiers used in the disciplines of art history, folklore, anthropology, and antique and folk art collection. The proposed definition is not meant to specify an undeniable category of art, but rather to suggest specific aspects which should be identified in…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art History
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Mann, Dennis Alan – Studies in Art Education, 1979
The author outlines and extends the description of "taste cultures" offered by Gans, indicating the aesthetic standards supported by different social classes in American society and suggesting how these standards operate in the form, content, composition, and contextual relationships of American architecture. (Author/SJL)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, American Culture, Architectural Character, Architecture
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Rawlins, Kipi – Studies in Art Education, 1978
Since their establishment in the 1870s, American museums have professed to be educational institutions and have attempted with varying degrees of success to promote aesthetic awareness and visual education. The author reviews past efforts, current issues, and future potentials in museum education. (Author/SJL)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Appreciation, Educational History, Educational Objectives