Dance Dance Revolution: Usapin ng Laro at Sayaw sa Panahon ng Globalisasyon

Jema M. Pamintuan


The Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) Machine is becoming a favorite game among the youth and even the not-so-young. While much has been written on the mechanics and popularity of the game, this essay aims to probe into the DDR phenomenon as a parallel tool and response to the changes brought about by technology and the age of globalization. The individual's relationship with the machine, with his audience, and with the larger society will be documented and juxtaposed with the activities of a global village. The cultural implications of the DDR will also be discussed, especially how the game itself revolutionized our traditional concept of game and dance.

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ISSN: 2012-0788