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"I will never quit dancing". The emotional experiences of social dancing among older persons.
Eva Alfredsson Olsson
Journal of aging studies
Corpus ID: 181815690
Research on dancing in later life has mainly focused on the health-promoting effects of dance, including aspects of well-being…
Communities of Dance: Social Dancing in Malta.
Corpus ID: 149684716
The Great War and a new dance beat: Opening the South African dance floor
Corpus ID: 161698157
The Great War of 1914, and the increase in the South African urban society, served as a catalyst to expand the South African…
"INSUBORDINATE" LOOKING: CONSUMERISM, POWER AND IDENTITY AND THE ART OF POPULAR (MUSIC) DANCE MOVIES
Corpus ID: 190171642
The dissertation distinguishes the cultural and historical significance of dance films produced after Saturday Night Fever (1977…
Lindy Hop to Hip Hop, 1901-2000
Ralph G. Giordano
Corpus ID: 190851809
This two volume set relates the history of the most popular social dances, where they began, which dances survived the test of…
Discussion on the curriculum of sports dance in university by comparing the social dancing and competition sports danc
Corpus ID: 156433654
This paper emphasized that we must make both social dancing and competition sports dance belongs to the sports dance's teaching…
Race in motion : reconstructing the practice, profession, and politics of social dancing, New York City, 1900-1930
Corpus ID: 141917825
Scottish Social Dancing and the Formation of Community
Catherine A. Shoupe
Corpus ID: 159978612
We parked the car and eagerly approached the door of Largoward Hall on a light, midsummer Saturday night in June, 1997. It had…
Impossible dance : improvised social dancing as queer world-making
Corpus ID: 192691476
Social dancing: a way to support intellectual, emotional and motor functions in persons with dementia.
Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing
Corpus ID: 23293904
Dementia causes serious impairments and the inability to perform those activities which give meaning to a person's life…
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