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Petts, Louisa; Urmston, Elsa – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Community dance has been used as an arts-based approach in healthcare, key for expression in populations who may not typically have access to dance. This study sought to conduct an empirical exploration of family caregivers' perceived psychosocial wellbeing when regularly participating in community dance classes. Community dance can be defined as…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Dementia, Community Programs, Well Being
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Collard-Stokes, Gemma; Yoon, J. – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Research evidence indicates the ability of dance to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing through its unique combination of creative expression, movement and social connections. This article explores the wellbeing of independent dance artists/practitioners delivering initiatives for the UK's social prescribing scheme. The article…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Dance, Physical Health, Mental Health
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Westby, Margaret Jean – Research in Dance Education, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic entered Trinidad and Tobago on 12 March 2020. We immediately went into lockdown and borders were officially closed to all travellers, including nationals. The Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, cancelled Carnival for 2021 on 28 September 2020. This was devastating news for a culture and economy dependent on the celebrations.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Dance, Dance Education
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Domene, Pablo A.; Morley, Sheriden – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Salsa is a popular form of partnered social dance with a distinct Latinx identity. In the qualitative literature, the experience of involvement in Salsa has been explored within a community-based setting in a cultural and health promotion context. How students experience engaging with Salsa, as a social dance when instruction is provided within a…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Self Concept, Dance, Dance Education
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Blevins, Peta; Moyle, Gene; Erskine, Shona; Hopper, Luke – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Dance students face many physical and psychological stressors in their training and daily lives, therefore methods for coping with stress are essential for performance enhancement and general wellbeing. This study aimed to investigate the relationships between mindfulness, stress, recovery, and wellbeing among university level vocational dance…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Dance Education, Correlation, Coping
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Fortin, Sylvie – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Dance as an artform touches the biopsychosocial dimensions of people and as such is increasingly used as a vehicle to improve the quality of life of diverse populations in the community. Yet little is known about how dance classes are experienced by marginalized populations. The purpose of this action research was to explore the potential of dance…
Descriptors: Homeless People, Dance Education, Females, Rehabilitation
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Fostervold Mathisen, T. F.; Sundgot-Borgen, C.; Anstensrud, B.; Sundgot-Borgen, J. – Research in Dance Education, 2022
A high frequency of mental health challenges and injuries in professional dancers necessitate a better understanding of the complexity of such symptoms, and to explore differences according to sex, academic year and performance levels. Professional dance students were recruited to evaluate symptoms of depression and anxiety (SCL-10), resilience…
Descriptors: Eating Habits, Depression (Psychology), Anxiety, Symptoms (Individual Disorders)
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Seidel, Hannah – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Dance teachers use a wide range of methods to communicate effectively with students. Amongst the many possibilities, movement demonstration is often a salient, even expected, tool in dance classes. But when the teacher's body undergoes an injury or other significant physical change, what effect does the altered physical experience have on…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Teaching Methods, Human Body, Injuries
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Outevsky, David; Berg, Tanya – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Traditional ballet classes teach dancers how to perform long-established vocabulary and choreographed roles within a time-honoured hierarchical structure that provides constant direction and methods for physical training. When the dancers proceed to professional companies, some of this structure remains in the form of daily ballet classes.…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Health Education, Screening Tests, Dance
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Sarkar, Kaustavi – Research in Dance Education, 2022
This article elucidates a pedagogical formulation delineating the collaborative, relational, and process-oriented nature of viewing dance as a practice-as-research (PaR) enquiry emanating in the field of South Asian Dance Studies. Being an "Odissi" practitioner, an Indian classical dance form from the eastern Indian state of Odisha, I…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Teaching Methods, Dance, Indians
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Wang, Tai-Jui – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Chinese opera performance proceedings can be divided into two types. The first is 'visible proceedings', which can be directly seen and heard in the performance, and the second is 'invisible proceedings', which arrange the story and performance of the opera using procedural thinking. The research methods of this study were mainly used to analyze…
Descriptors: Music Education, Teaching Methods, Performance, Instructional Improvement
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Kim, Na-ye – Research in Dance Education, 2022
This research intended to identify effective teaching styles that nurture "creativity" in the teaching of dance choreography in Korea. This research is based on the first phase of research that identified choreographic knowledge as educational content aiming to cultivate creativity in the teaching and learning of dance choreography in…
Descriptors: Teaching Styles, Dance Education, Teaching Methods, Creativity
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Perlshtein, Talia; Tabull, Reuven; Sagee, Rachel – Research in Dance Education, 2022
Intersectionality and identity were the focus of a qualitative study that took place from 2017-19 in the dance undergraduate major at a religious college in Israel. The objective was to analyze the ongoing process of dialogue between secular faculty and orthodox female students, as this constitutes an intersection of two different cultures. A…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Undergraduate Students, Religious Colleges, College Faculty
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Bashaw, Barbara; Henley, Matthew; Warburton, Edward C. – Research in Dance Education, 2022
This article describes the inaugural symposium of the Arnhold Institute for Dance Education Research, Policy & Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City (USA). Titled 'Pioneering Visions for Access and Equity in Dance Education,' the symposium focused on seminal Black and African-American histories that, though they…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Dance Education, Access to Education, African American Students
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Reihana-Morunga, Tia – Research in Dance Education, 2022
This article presents a critical consideration of the ways in which specialist dance teachers in New Zealand state secondary schools respond to curriculum expectations to incorporate Maori arts content into their lessons. Disparity between Maori and non-Maori achievement is evident in the state schooling system. More than 20% of students in New…
Descriptors: Dance, Dance Education, Ethnic Groups, Pacific Islanders
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