CE  Vol.5 No.19 , November 2014
Sustainability in Drama
Abstract: Cultural sustainability is a very important concept. Drama can be considered in the area of cultural sustainability as well. Throughout the history of Turkish education, learning drama gained importance both in educational sciences as a teaching method and in arts education. The years of 1980s-1990s-2000s-2010s can be accepted as appropriate years to analyze the sustainability of drama. The purposes of this study are to obtain opinions of experts coming from different decades; to conduct interviews; to investigate how the transitions occurred among those decades and the reasons of this sustainability. In this qualitative research, data will be collected through semi-structured interviews and document analysis techniques. Participants will be chosen from four different decades.
Cite this paper: Okvuran, A. (2014) Sustainability in Drama. Creative Education, 5, 1720-1724. doi: 10.4236/ce.2014.519191.

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