Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : dance


Dance and Music as a Therapy to Heal Physical and Psychological Pain: An Analytical Study of COVID-19 Patients during Quarantine

A. Cineka; J.Michael Raj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 99-109

This paper delineates that involvement to dance and music is an active therapy that offers physical and psychological benefits for the people who affected with diseases. It is closely connected with human emotions which reduce the psychological pain and depression of people when they are getting involved with music and dance. Due to the outbreak of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), patients are totally under stress and fear for life and livelihood. To overcome this perilous situation, involvement to dance and music is suggested to be an apt therapy that fights against the psychological and emotional effects through its unique power. Involvement to dance and music serves as a useful vehicle of hope and positivity to patients who are under quarantine. Hence, this paper aims to study the collaborative understanding of COVID-19 patients’ perspectives on the involvement to dance and music and how it relieves their psychological pain and gains their physical strength while diverting them from fear to during quarantine. There are 215 COVID-19 patients taken as subjects from Tamilnadu, India. There were ten questionnaires used to collect the data through Google forms. The data was analyzed through ANOVA calculation. The major finding of the study indicates that involvement to dance and music brings immeasurable healing to body and mind. Furthermore, this study recommends dance and music to be used as a therapy for COVID-19patients all over the world to keep them healthy and positive.

TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE THE SYSTEM OF MORAL EDUCATION OF STUDENTS THROUGH FOLK SONGS

Narziyeva Zarina Abdukhalimovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2491-2496

Annotation: Folk songs are diverse in form and genre, including alla, song, ashula, yalla, lapar and children's folk songs. For example, the first song you hear in your life is God. The good hopes of mothers are an expression of their sweet dreams about the future of their children. It is one of the oldest and, at the same time, the most popular areas of national music, deeply ingrained in the life of the people. It is no exaggeration to say that in our country it is difficult to find a person who does not have a dutar, doira or other musical instrument at home and does not feel the life-giving effects of music in his life [1].
In order to increase the effectiveness of music culture lessons in secondary schools, the teacher should use a variety of interactive methods in advanced pedagogical technologies, especially computer technology. From time to time it is advisable to listen to samples of melodies and songs on tape or audio and video recordings. recommended. Everyone knows the saying, "It's better to see once than to hear a thousand times." If the oral mastering rate is 10%, teaching will be ineffective [7].
In folk songs, we often see simple and clear comparisons: “Because of the jeweler's attitude to words and images, the idea in each quartet is as dense and mature as the pomegranate seeds. The people do not start a speech from afar, they do not make a profit, they do not stiffen their necks, but they say something and take it from their souls: 'will be sharp. That's why it's easy to remember and spread quickly. Another feature of light, popular songs is that they are sung with melody. People want not only a song to be sung, but also a play to be performed”.[4]