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The Meaning and the Necessity of Theatre Students' Conferences

The results of the questionnaire seek to explore the meaning and necessity of Theatre students' conferences. The aim is to investigate whether (international) conferences are treated as a learning tool and as an opportunity for improvement.


The results will be used in the Lithuanian Music and Theatre  Academy, Department of Theatre and Film, Arts Management,Theatre Management first year MA student Viktorija Ivanova's term paper writing.

Your opinion is very important as well as the answers!

The questionnaire is anonymousIt will only summarize the published survey data.

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Your Age
Your Gender
Which country are you from?
Your Education
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Your Status
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In which city have you studied?
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Do you think that the quality of theatre studies meets your expectations?
How could you define theatre studies?
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Have you ever participated in a theatre students' conference?
Have you ever read a report in a theatre students' conference?
If you've ever participated in an international theatre conference, in which country was it held?
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Do you think that theatre students' conference can be regarded as a learning tool?
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In your opinion, theatre students' conferences...
I completely agreeI agreePartially agreeI don't knowI'd rather disagreeI disagreeI completely disagree
Develops the ability to listen to and understand information in the form of a report
If the conference is an international one and there's a need to talk in a foreign language, it helps to improve your language skills
Promotes provoking debates, disagreeing with the rapporteur and to helps to express personal views
Allows to view a specific problem, the phenomenon from a different perspective
If you do not read the report, listening to it helps get interested into reading one
Helps you to rethink the case, change an opinion if you are persuaded by the arguments of the rapporteur
Gives an opportunity to expand horizons on the subject matter under discussion
Improves communication skills, encourages to become more communicative
Enhances public speaking fear, creates a tension
Makes you feel incompetent, reduced
Promotes more interested in a particular subject matter
Develops the imagination while searching for other ways to present the report
Provides an opportunity to meet a variety of colleagues, helps to expand the social circle
Helps to reveal the level of one's knowledge
Allows a person to become authoritative
Promotes the emergence of complex, discomfort
Helps to use the knowledge gained during the conference in other subjects, even less related to the theme of the conference
Provides confidence in one's abilities
If the conference takes place in a foreign country, it gives an opportunity to know it, to travel
The preparation of a report for a theatre students' conference...
I completely agreeI agreeI partially agreeI don't knowI'd rather disagreeI disagreeI completely disagree
...helps to learn to work with the material, to select it, to present
...interferes with more important subjects of the studying process
...helps to discover, even off-topic, but important and necessary information for the learning process
...does not allow the subject matter to present a comprehensive research work, analysis
...helps to learn to write, to provide information
...prevents focusing on the scientific writing style
...helps to learn new terms, to go into the scientific language
...allows to look at the material in more original ways
Please specify, what do you think are the main obstacles to participate in a theatre students' conference?
Are there enough opportunities for students in your country to participate in theatre students' conferences?