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International Journal of Social Sciences and Artistic Innovations
ISSN:2737-5293

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  • Open Access Editorial

    Introduction to a New Journal: International Journal of Social Sciences and Artistic Innovations (IJSSAI)

    by Liza Lee*, Nayan Kanwal and Randall Everett Allsup
    IJSSAI 2021, Vol 1, Issue 1, 1-2, https://doi.org/10.35745/ijssai2021v01.01.0001 - Published on March 20, 2021

    Abstract

    With the advent of technology and its advancement in society, this is the time for revisiting issues related to individual integrity and collective integration among various disciplines. Also worthy of critical review is reconciling teaching, learning, and research methods which address various complex issues in society with scientific advancement, inquiry, veer inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary methods in the effort to find solutions. Nevertheless, many challenges still need to be addre...

  • Open Access Article

    The Art of Reason

    by Brij Mohan*
    IJSSAI 2021, Vol 1, Issue 1, 3-6, https://doi.org/10.35745/ijssai2021v01.01.0002 - Published on September 30, 2021

    Abstract

    “Imagination envisions the reconciliation of the individual with the whole, of desire with realization, of happiness with reason. While this harmony has been removed into utopia by the established reality principles, phantasy insists that it must and can become real, that behind the illusion lies knowledge. … The analysis of the cognition function of phantasy thus leads to aesthetics as the “science of beauty”... . The very commitment of art to form vitiates the negation of unfreedom in art.” —...

  • Open Access Article

    Music Education for “Musically Talented Children” in Japan: A Career Path Toward Professionals and Three Music Education Organizations

    by Masafumi Ogawa*
    IJSSAI 2021, Vol 1, Issue 1, 7-17, https://doi.org/10.35745/ijssai2021v01.01.0003 - Published on September 30, 2021

    Abstract

    Japan has been one of the leading countries in Asia, where many world-class music professionals are continually produced. As an insider, the author has witnessed and experienced how “musically talented children” are raised in Japan for more than three decades. The purpose of this paper is, therefore, to articulate the career path for becoming professional classical musicians from infants through college period. The findings are four folds: (1) piano is the most popular instrument, to begin with ...

  • Open Access Article

    Curriculum Analysis of University Music Departments in Taiwan

    by Jessie Hsiao-Shien Chen*
    IJSSAI 2021, Vol 1, Issue 1, 18-25, https://doi.org/10.35745/ijssai2021v01.01.0004 - Published on September 30, 2021

    Abstract

    This study analyzed and compared the curricula of university music departments in Taiwan through time. The curricula were collected from each university before and after the abolition of Martial Law (c.1987) as well as Education Reform (c.1997). The curricula were created by the music departments of Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA), National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), and Soochow University (SCU) which represent arts university, normal university, and comprehensive university,...

  • Open Access Article

    From Diagnosis to Realization of Virtual Choiring System: On the Way to the Creation of an Immersive and Versatile Practicing and Performing Platform based on New-Generation Communication Technologies

    by Ching-Mao Chen, Chia-Jen Lee, Chiung-Yuan Lin, Tsung-Fu Yang and Sau- Gee Chen *
    IJSSAI 2021, Vol 1, Issue 1, 26-34, https://doi.org/10.35745/ijssai202Xv01.01.0005 - Published on September 30, 2021

    Abstract

    This paper reviews the possible problems when realizing a virtual choir system. Under the common computer specifications, sound cards contribute its delay significantly. Applying Audio Stream Input Output (ASIO) reduces the delay to 6 ms in the proposed real-time virtual choiring system which is a huge improvement. With the existing technology, ASIO significantly suppresses the delay, which helps to realize real-time virtual choiring. The experiments suggest that a few Mbps network bandwidth be ...