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Volume 2, No. 1, 2009, 1430 H

Articles in Arabic



Women Songs

The aim of this research paper is to scrutinize the traditional songs of women in Jordan by reviewing their themes, functions, and structures poetically, melodically, and rhythmically (as well as the way they are acted out), so as to spot out their main artistic features.



Mohammed Ghawanmeh

JJA, 2009, 2(1), 1-36

To Analyze the Theatrical Situation in Jordan through the Concept of the Theatrical Movement and Repertoire

The first part of this study deals with the concept of the Theatrical Movement, as well as the conditions necessary for it to evolve in a particular place. It also relates the concepts of the Theatrical repertoire and Theoretical Season to the Theatrical Movement.



Moayad Hamzeh

JJA, 2009, 2(1), 37-47

Color Psychological Indications Among a Parents in the Model ׳ Sample of Students

The study aims to uncover the color parents ׳ indications among a sample of students in the model school of Yarmouk University. ׳ The study population consists of all students parents in the model school in the academic year 2006 - 2007.



Ma`moun Al-Momani

JJA, 2009, 2(1), 49-69

The Literature of Experience in the Theatrical Writing (Western Theater Model)

The current research paper collects and analyzes samples of documents relevant to dramatic writing, and motivation of experimentation in text or theoretical drama thinking. It also sheds light on the origins of the theory (in current social and applied sciences)



‘Mohamad Khair’ Al-Refai,

JJA, 2009, 2(1), 71-81

Some of The Modern Technological Ways Used In The Religious Song of The Arabic Child Composed in Arabic Moods ( Maqamat)

The present research paper starts off with an s ׳ introduction about the effects of music on child life. Channeled through religious music and songs recorded on and transmitted through modern means of technology



Shereen A.latif

JJA, 2009, 2(1), 83-107

Article in English



Why Did the Arabs Not Know the Theatre in the Western Sense until the Mid-Nineteenth Century?

This study aims to examining and investigating the lake of knowledge of western- ׳ reasons behind Arabs sense theatre and the reasons behind the absence of this art in their culture. The Arabs had no idea about this art until mid-nineteenth century when the Arab Lebanese merchant, Maroun Alnakash, got squinted with it.



Mekhled .N.B.al-Zyoud

JJA, 2009, 2(1), 109-119