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Volume 4, No. 1, 2011, 1432 H

Articles in Arabic

 

 

Application of the Semiological Approach in Plastic Art: A Phenomenological Study

The main aim of the religious song is to arouse public enthusiasm towards its message. TV series are considered among the most important subjects that present a message to the whole society.

 

 

Mazen Asfour

JJA,  2011, 4(1), 1-17

A Study of the Critial Essays on Jordanian Plastic Art Puplished in AFKAR: 2000 - 2005

Music is considered as one of the most important aspects of civilization. It indicates the level of urbanization and development of people.

 

 

Fatema Khassawneh

JJA,  2011, 4(1), 19-27

The Relation between the Level of Musical Abilities and Academic Achievement among Talented Students

This study aimed at identifying the role of satellite channels in promoting violence among high basic stage students in the schools of Irbid First Directorate of Education.

 

 

Mamoon Al-momani
Khalid Haimour, Najati Younis
Jihad Al-Qura`n

JJA,  2011, 4(1), 29-43

The Problems of Double Bass Teaching and their Solutions

The study aimed at shedding light on the experiences of women working in the field of embroidery through the identification of changes caused by their work in the field of embroidery in increasing their economic empowerment, identifying the constraints they face during their work in this field and finally identifying their future aspirations in this profession.

 

 

Aziz Madi

JJA,  2011, 4(1), 45-51

Music and Its Impact on Child Development: Age Growth

Cinema imposes a specific technical writing scenario as distinct from the art of writing text this is due to the specificity of each art form.

 

 

Tamara Nussir

JJA,  2011, 4(1), 53-63

Articles in English

 

 

The Influence of Arab and Related Cultures on the Style and Techniques of the Jordanian Folk Jewelry

Folklore fashion design is an art created by common people, inherited by the successive generations, adapting them, in accordance with their characteristics, environment.

 

 

Khalil Tabaza

JJA,  2011, 4(1), 65-98