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Visual Art Extended Essay 입니다.
Visual Art 는 EE 샘플도 많지 않아 쓰면서 고생했지만, 한국 작가를 중심으로 이야기를 전개시키면서 어려움을 풀어나갔습니다.
주제는 “How does the work of Suk Nam challenge the image of the traditional role of motherhood in Korean Art?”
으로, feminism art 에 대해 다루고 있습니다.
May 2019 에 제출하였고, 최종적으로 A 를 받았습니다.
The depiction of mothers in Korean art has changed over time, but it is narrow and perpetuates the ideology confined to maternity. Traditionally, maternal instinct was a required virtue of Korean women. This was largely due to patriarchism and Confucianism, the cornerstone of traditional Korean cultural values and beliefs, and strengthened during the Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910). The primary roles for Korean women were limited to reproducing and nurturing children, especially a son, in order to continue the paternal line and achieve fame and prestige for the family (Koh 346). In contrast, “The social position of Korean men under traditional Confucianism is one of being superior to women” (H. Choi 73).
These forced traditional roles of Korean women are also related to the cult of true motherhood, the idealized notion that fulfilling these roles is the “true” way to be a good mother. It limits them to domesticity in a patriarchal society (“Cult”). This cult is deeply rooted in Korean history as it originated from Confucian ideas and continues to be strongly reinforced in modern Korean society. For instance, following the unstable national status caused by frequent invasions in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Korean government further emphasized the image of devoted mothers through educational programs and facilities. The Shin Saimdang Education Center (1975) is a representative example where young women were educated on the importance of their devotion to family and nation…
- 총 페이지수: 30 pages
- 과목명: Extended Essay (Visual Art)
- 주제: How does the work of Suk Nam challenge the image of the traditional role of motherhood in Korean Art?
- The file is in PDF format.
[만점/A] Visual Art Extended Essay