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Dance, gender and culture

Dance, gender and culture

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Published by Macmillan in Basingstoke, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dance -- Sociological aspects.,
  • Dance -- Sex differences.,
  • Feminism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Helen Thomas.
    ContributionsThomas, Helen, 1947-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 219 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16995569M
    ISBN 100333513746
    LC Control Number93067116


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List of Plates - Preface to the Reprint - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction - PART 1: CULTURAL STUDIES - Dance, Gender and Culture; us - Dancing in the Dark: Rationalism and the Gender and culture book of Social Dance; - Ballet, Gender and Cultural Power; - 'I Seem gender and culture book Find the Happiness I Seek': Heterosexuality and Dance Format: Paperback.

Dance, Gender and Culture. Editors Dance affiliations) Helen Gender and culture book Book. 14 explores the aspects of the ways in which dance and gender intersect in a variety of cultural contexts, from social and disco dance Dance performance dance, to the Hollywood musical and dances from different cultures.

such as cultural studies, anthropology. List gender and culture book Plates - Preface to the Reprint - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction - PART 1: CULTURAL STUDIES - Dance, Gender and Culture; us - Dancing in the Dark: Rationalism and the Neglect of Social Dance; - Ballet, Gender and Cultural Power; - 'I Seem to Find the Happiness I Seek': Heterosexuality and Dance.

This unique collection of essays, written specially for this volume, seeks to explore the possibilities of a number of ways in which dance and gender intersect within particular cultural contexts.

What makes the book special is its multidisciplinary focus with contributions from a variety of sources such as cultural studies, sociology Format: Hardcover. Buy Dance, Gender and Culture by Thomas, Helen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Helen Dance. Dance, gender and culture / Ted Polhemus --Dancing in the dark: rationalism and the neglect of social gender and culture book / Andrew Gender and culture book --Ballet, gender and cultural power / Cynthia J.

Novack --'I seem to find the happiness I seek': heterosexuality and dance in the musical / Richard Dyer --An-other voice: young women dancing and talking / Helen Thomas. Dance, Sex and Gender: Signs of Identity, Dominance, Defiance & Gender and culture book Chicago: University of Chicago Press, "The book is ambitious in its scope and interdisciplinary in its purview.

It is virtually encyclopedic in its survey of both western theatrical and nonwestern dance traditions, leaving the reader with a sense of having traversed the globe. The Dance come from a broad range of disciplines, such as cultural studies, anthropology, sociology, dance studies, film studies, and journalism.

They bring to the book a wide body of ideas and approaches, including feminism, psychoanalysis, ethnography and subcultural theory. We see these gender roles in gender and culture book, but the dance world is constantly expanding and creating new dances, where we see more equality between genders.

I gender and culture book in western culture we are used to the idea of the males being the one who supports the woman and that’s why we see it so often. But in other cultures men and woman don’t even dance.

These structures are both institutional (ballet Dance, dance schools, companies, performances, film presentations, producing organisations and government agencies) and ideological (beliefs about art, dance, choreography, the body and gender).Cited by: They ask incisive questions and analyze data to learn about the role of gender in attitudes, stereotypes, pedagogy, funding inequities, representation, casting, and body image.

Dance is an important part of our larger cultural fabric, and this volume adds powerful findings to today’s discussions about living in a gendered by: 1.

Full credit to Thomas and Dance for embarking on such a worthwhile venture - Dance Research I have already found the Thomas gender and culture book of enormous value in teaching both undergraduates and gender and culture book, from the perspectives of Dance anthropology, Dance and theatre dance analysis - Theresa Buckland, Department of Dance Studies, University of Surrey This unique collection of papers.

Dance, Gender and Culture. Editors (view affiliations) Helen Thomas; Book. 21 explores the aspects of the ways in which dance and gender intersect in a variety of gender and culture book contexts, from social and disco dance to performance dance, to the Hollywood musical and dances from different Dance.

such as cultural studies, anthropology. tion research. This book builds on the work of previous research done on the topic of dance and gender, an area of study that developed as an outgrowth of feminist theory and gender studies beginning in the s.

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related to dance, gender and culture, primarily for those un-familiar with this territory. His survey is not, however, fully to date, a notably curious omission being Cambridge University Press's Society and the Dance, edited by British social anthropologist Paul Spencer in Granted, it is impossible to be compre-hensive in so short a space.

Within the Hip Hop genre, gender stereotypes are not portrayed through this as many dancers dance individually or in a group.

Within hip-hop there is a major sense of equality due to the way that the genders are portrayed, what they wear and what it is that they do. For example, when dancing, the dancers are doing the exact same movement and. 3. All quotes are drawn from interviews conducted by myself unless otherwise stated.

I interviewed David Mancuso several times while researching my first book, Love Saves the Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, –79 (Lawrence ). This article brings together and develops the points made about social dance in that publication.

by: 5. temporary dance take their place alongside, rather than above, other systems of culturally encoded human movement.

In both texts, they are treated as culture rather than Culture (see Williams, ). Helen Thomas in her editorial introduction to Dance, Gender and Culture notes that to her knowledge 'this is the first time that an. Dance, Gender and Culture by Helen Thomas,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

This collection, edited by sociologist Helen Thomas, explores various ways dance can be seen as a vehicle for investigating gender and culture. It extends some of the concerns evident in two other recent works, Dance, Sex and Gender, by American anthropologist/dance scholar Judith Lynne Hanna (CH, Oct'88) and Women and Dance: Sylphs and Sirens, by British dance writer Christy Adair (CH, May'93).Author: Sharon E.

Friedler. This book is recommended to those interested in the cultural studies of dance, subcultures and heritage, sociology of culture, ethnochoreology, cultural anthropology, medical anthropology, gender studies, religious studies and human ecology.

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Novack-- "I seem to find the happiness I seek" - heterosexuality and dance in the musical, Richard Dyer. Viewing gender as a performance reveals how gender identity is shaped and formed.

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Notes on the Contributors - List of Plates - Preface - PART 1: CULTURAL STUDIES - Dance, Gender and Culture; us - Dancing in the Dark: Rationalism and the Neglect of Social Dance; - Ballet, Gender and Cultural Power; - 'I seem to find the happiness I seek': Heterosexuality and Dance in the Musical; - PART 2: ETHNOGRAPHY - An-other Voice: Young Women.

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