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Cote : 792.8019 H243d 2015

Comprend des notes bibliographiques à la fin des chapitres.
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Psychologie de l'apprentissage ; Danse ; Apprentissage ; Cognition ; Neuropsychologie ; Identité (psychologie)

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Cote : 792.80866 H243d 1988

Comprend une bibliographie et des notes bibliographiques.
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Identité sexuelle ; Sexualité ; Danse moderne ; Ballet ; Préjugés ; Sexisme ; Homosexualité ; Histoire

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Cote : 615.82 H243p 1983

"The Performer-Audience Connection is a pioneering foray into one of the major puzzles of human communication: the communication of emotion in dance. It is the first attempt of its kind systematically to investigate what performers wish to convey and what audiences perceive in the performance of dance.
The centerpiece of this provocative book is an examination of performer intentions and audience response at eight dance performances in Washington, D.C. Part of the Smithsonian Institution Division of Performing Arts Dance Series, these concerts featured a variety of dance genres and cultures: American tap dance, Kathakali dance-drama from Kerala, India, Japanese Kabuki, contemporary avant-garde dance, Philippine folk dance, the Indian classical tradition of Kuchipudi, and modern dance to an AfroAmerican spiritual.
How did dancer and audience interact at the emotional level on these eight occasions? What affected performer-audience rapport? Through interviews of both spectators and dancers, Judith Lynne Hanna explores the performers' ways of imparting emotion through movement and audience members' expectations and responses. In doing so she casts new light on important issues of cultural identity, sex role, historic attitudes toward dance, and even marketing the arts today.
A landmark work not only for performers who wish to reach their audiences more effectively but also for choreographers, anthropologists, specialists in nonverbal communication, behavioral scientists, educators, and all who are fascinated by the arts and the special magic of the 'performer-audience connection'" -- P.[4] de la couv.

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"The Performer-Audience Connection is a pioneering foray into one of the major puzzles of human communication: the communication of emotion in dance. It is the first attempt of its kind systematically to investigate what performers wish to convey and what audiences perceive in the performance of dance.
The centerpiece of this provocative book is an examination of performer intentions and audience response at eight dance performances in ...

Kinesthésie ; Mouvement ; Publics ; Sens et sensations ; Art de performance ; Essai ; Danse traditionnelle ; Danse orientale ; Folklore

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Cote : 792.8013 H243t 1979

"(...) relies heavily on ethnographic material, including case studies based on Hanna's research, and on a basic framework of anthropological theory and nonverbal communication. The author's basic premise is that dance is human thought and feeling expressed through the instrument of the body. Her argument that dance is at once intentionnally organized physical movement, language, and a system of rules appropriate in different social situations is a provocative view that is likely to provide a foundation for future research in the field."--P. [4] de la couv.

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"(...) relies heavily on ethnographic material, including case studies based on Hanna's research, and on a basic framework of anthropological theory and nonverbal communication. The author's basic premise is that dance is human thought and feeling expressed through the instrument of the body. Her argument that dance is at once intentionnally organized physical movement, language, and a system of rules appropriate in different social situations ...

Histoire ; Anthropologie ; Aspect social ; Ethnicité ; Rituel ; Psychologie ; Analyse du mouvement ; Religions ; Aspect politique ; Expression corporelle

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