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A contribuição da dança do ventre na educação corporal, saúde física e mental de mulheres que freqüentam um centro de atenção psicossocial; Contribution of belly dancing to body education physical and mentaL health physical and mental health of women whp attend a psychosocial care center

Peto, Ana Carla
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 15/07/2004 PT
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Diversas modalidades terapêuticas não tradicionais, como Ginástica, Yoga e Tai Chi Chuan, oferecem contribuições importantes na assistência a portadores de transtornos mentais em Centros de Atenção Psicossocial (CAPS), e, a Dança do Ventre, com suas características, reúne condições de oferecer a mesma contribuição, particularmente, às mulheres usuárias destes Centros. Assim sendo, o presente estudo teve por objetivo verificar a contribuição desta Dança na educação corporal, saúde física e mental das citadas mulheres. Para isto, planejamos 11 aulas de Dança do Ventre e aplicamos semanalmente a 9 mulheres usuárias de um CAPS, com diferentes diagnósticos, que se constituiram nos sujeitos do estudo, e, através de seus depoimentos, obtidos com questionários que aplicamos antes delas terem contato com as aulas; após vivenciarem toda a experiência, e, também, através de seus depoimentos, registrados ao final de cada aula por dois observadores participantes, treinados para esse fim, pudemos verificar a citada contribuição. Os resultados mostraram que, a Dança do Ventre, contribuiu na melhora da auto-estima e da auto-confiança das mulheres, auxiliou no seu tratamento no CAPS e teve contribuição considerável na educação corporal...

Corpo-dança : um olhar discursivo; Body-dancing : a discourse view

Alessandra Rodrigues Santos Brandes
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/08/2013 PT
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Neste trabalho, visamos abordar o corpo tomando-o como materialidade significante e como condição de produção primeira para a dança. Uma das formas mais antigas de expressão humana é sem dúvida a dança. A dança não é somente expressão ou forma de comunicação, mas, também é arte e, sobretudo, uma forma de linguagem na história. Na literatura que trata sobre a dança, encontramos, por exemplo, estudos que abordam a dança relacionada a rituais religiosos e outros aspectos culturais, a uma lógica biomecânica e/ou a técnicas artísticas. O nosso trabalho, também aborda a dança, mais especificamente o corpo que dança pela perspectiva da linguagem. Para tanto, filiamonos ao quadro teórico e metodológico da Análise de Discurso de perspectiva materialista, (doravante AD), datada do século XX com Michel Pêcheux, na França e, posteriormente, difundida no Brasil pela Eni Orlandi. Nessa perspectiva, tomamos a constituição do discurso na relação entre língua/sujeito/história e o sentido como um efeito de um trabalho simbólico também afetado pela história. Consideramos neste trabalho, o corpo-dança como materialidade significante (LAGAZZI, 2007, 2009), que tem uma história que o produz de determinada forma e não de outra...

Lifeworld conflicts and relation rebirth of couple dancing sport participants

Park, Ji-Yeon; Yoon, Yong-Jin
Fonte: Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation Publicador: Korean Society of Exercise Rehabilitation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 25/04/2013 EN
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This study aims to analyze how the conflict factors occur in lifeworld between couples are healed up through participating in the couple dancing sport, that is, how the couples are reborn to recover the relationship, and why they select the dancing sport for such an intermediate instrument. To achieve such research aims, a qualitative research has been conducted subjecting 5 couples, 10 people who both a couple is participating in the dancing sport activity. The results according to this research procedure are concluded in the following. First, the marital conflict factors occur in lifeworld include day-to-day factors, distance of conjugal relations, expression of negative emotion, etc. Second, the motives for selecting the dancing sport to resolve the marital conflict factors comprise of suggestions from surroundings, mass media, filling up the empty nest, proposals during consultation treatments, problem recognitions of conjugal relations, mutual agreement between a couple, etc. Third, the relation recovered through the couple dancing sport activity, i.e., the rebirth is deemed to be resulted from the promotion of communication opportunities through the couple dancing sport, formation of emotional communion between the couple, building new feelings between the couple...

Hydrocarbons Emitted by Waggle-Dancing Honey Bees Increase Forager Recruitment by Stimulating Dancing

Gilley, David C.
Fonte: Public Library of Science Publicador: Public Library of Science
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 20/08/2014 EN
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Hydrocarbons emitted by waggle-dancing honey bees are known to reactivate experienced foragers to visit known food sources. This study investigates whether these hydrocarbons also increase waggle-dance recruitment by observing recruitment and dancing behavior when the dance compounds are introduced into the hive. If the hydrocarbons emitted by waggle-dancing bees affect the recruitment of foragers to a food source, then the number of recruits arriving at a food source should be greater after introduction of dance compounds versus a pure-solvent control. This prediction was supported by the results of experiments in which recruits were captured at a feeder following introduction of dance-compounds into a hive. This study also tested two nonexclusive behavioral mechanism(s) by which the compounds might stimulate recruitment; 1) increased recruitment could occur by means of increasing the recruitment effectiveness of each dance and/or 2) increased recruitment could occur by increasing the intensity of waggle-dancing. These hypotheses were tested by examining video records of the dancing and recruitment behavior of individually marked bees following dance-compound introduction. Comparisons of numbers of dance followers and numbers of recruits per dance and waggle run showed no significant differences between dance-compound and solvent-control introduction...

Macho, bailarino e homossexual: Um olhar sobre as trajet??rias de vida de professores dan??antes; Male dancer and gay: A look at the life trajectories of teachers dancing

NASCIMENTO, Diego Ebling do
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educa????o F??sica; Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Educa????o F??sica; UFPel; BR Publicador: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educa????o F??sica; Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Educa????o F??sica; UFPel; BR
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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The present research aims to analyze, from narratives, professional dancers‟ life trajectory, who currently understand them as homosexuals, are under-graduated in Physical Education, and work with dancing. It was analyzed the impact and consequences of homosexuality on these professional teachers‟ career, besides describing their family relationship, their primary academic qualification, and their labor market. The sample was comprised of five professional dancers/teachers. The methodological reference being used was qualitative wise. As the purpose of the research is not limited to a single case, but to a pre-selected group of professional dancers/teachers, the adopted procedure for data collection was a multiple-case study. It was chosen, therefore, a life trajectory‟s study case. The research was made by means of a thematic semi-structured interview. An intentional sample was chosen, as the selected sample is formed by individuals who work with dancing, are openly homosexuals, and whose academic career was in Physical Education field. In order to process the data, the content analysis technique was used. The results show that mothers are present as the major family reference and demonstrated, likewise fathers, their concerns relating to teachers‟ low pay. Today all families accept homosexuality. The Catholic religion...

“Putting the dirt back in” an investigation of step dancing in Scotland

Melin, Mats H.
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis; all_ul_research; ul_theses_dissertations
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non-peer reviewed; Since about 1990 Cape Breton musicians and step dancers have been invited to Scotland to share, through workshops and concerts, their style of music and dance. A relatively small number of the traditional dancing and music community in Scotland has taken a great interest in this style. The historical links between Scotland and Cape Breton have been researched and a small ‘revival’ of step dancing has taken place. This investigation looks at several issues in this process by placing it in a revival framework. I set the scene by identifying what Cape Breton and Scottish styles of traditional dancing included in 1990, comparing general aesthetics and how they exist contextually. The interest or ‘revival’ group in Scotland generally feel this style of music and dance is ‘Scottish’ and that is has a place on the traditional dance scene of Scotland. I examine the catalyst for this interest, and outline some examples of the historical references that back up this ‘claim’ of Scottishness. With the help of a case study of Cape Breton step dancer Harvey Beaton, I seek to illustrate; one, the Cape Breton dance context in this process; two, the relationship between and difference in context of step dancing in Cape Breton and Scotland; and three...

The roots and routes of Irish step dancing: issues of identity and participation in a global world

Foley, Catherine E.
Fonte: The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen Publicador: The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/bookPart; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; Within our modern twenty-first century world we may take the time to ask ourselves to what extent is knowledge, or an understanding, of our roots important to us? Is this word roots something that is perceived to be tied up with a nostalgia for a romanticised pastor is itsomething that enhances our knowledge and understanding of who we are, where we are, and how we are as we are now? Is it, in effect, important to our modern sense of identity? This paper addresses these questions in relation to one specific cultural practice, namely, step dancing, within one specific pedagogical context, the MA Irish Traditional Dance Performance programme, at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick, Ireland.

Exploring the percussive routes and shared commonalities in Cape Breton step dancing

Melin, Mats H.
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; ul_theses_dissertations
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peer-reviewed; Cape Breton step dancing is the regional label, given to the vernacular form of percussive step dance found in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Whether improvised or choreographed into a routine, this dance genre has, alongside the local fiddle tradition become emblematic for the Cape Breton community identity. Exploring the Percussive Routes and Shared Commonalities in Cape Breton Step Dancing is the first academic study where the investigation is focused on visual, aural and kinaesthetic transmission processes at work in the Cape Breton dance community. Observing, participating and sensing by utilizing phenomenological hermeneutics as a research method are the three transmission processes which are analysed individually and symbiotically. The study observes how Cape Breton step dance movements are embodied and also how they migrate from body to body by means of the three sensoria. Observations on visual transmission, for example, draw on recent research in the cognitive sciences, and what aspects of the dance tradition that are acquired by direct observation in different community contexts are explored. Aural, or ear, learning probes the interconnected transmission environment of the home as one example...

Can social dancing prevent falls in older adults? A protocol of the Dance, Aging, Cognition, Economics (DAnCE) fall prevention randomised controlled trial

Merom, Dafna; Cumming, Robert; Mathieu, Erin; Anstey, Kaarin J.; Rissel, Chris; Simpson, Judy M.; Morton, Rachael L.; Cerin, Ester; Sherrington, Catherine; Lord, Stephen R.
Fonte: BioMed Central Publicador: BioMed Central
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 9 pages
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BACKGROUND: Falls are one of the most common health problems among older people and pose a major economic burden on health care systems. Exercise is an accepted stand-alone fall prevention strategy particularly if it is balance training or regular participation in Tai chi. Dance shares the ‘holistic’ approach of practices such as Tai chi. It is a complex sensorimotor rhythmic activity integrating multiple physical, cognitive and social elements. Small-scale randomised controlled trials have indicated that diverse dance styles can improve measures of balance and mobility in older people, but none of these studies has examined the effect of dance on falls or cognition. This study aims to determine whether participation in social dancing: i) reduces the number of falls; and ii) improves cognitive functions associated with fall risk in older people. METHODS/DESIGN: A single-blind, cluster randomised controlled trial of 12 months duration will be conducted. Approximately 450 participants will be recruited from 24 self-care retirement villages that house at least 60 residents each in Sydney, Australia. Village residents without cognitive impairment and obtain medical clearance will be eligible. After comprehensive baseline measurements including physiological and cognitive tests and self-completed questionnaires...

Possibilidades e limites da dança para o empoderamento das mulheres: Um olhar da saúde coletiva; Possibilities and limitations of dancing for women´s empowerment: a health promotion´s view

Osorio, Gina Paola Ardila
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 07/08/2015 PT
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INTRODUÇÃO: A discriminação e a violência de gênero são problemas reconhecidos nas últimas décadas e alvo de políticas públicas, porém seguem presentes de forma muito relevante na nossa sociedade. Como uma das formas de efetivar as políticas públicas voltadas à equidade de gênero, a Secretaria de Políticas para as Mulheres de São Paulo (SMPM) criou os Centros de Cidadania da Mulher (CCM). Nestes espaços são desenvolvidas atividades como a dança do ventre, além de outras práticas corporais, cursos de formação e oficinas de geração de renda. O uso de recursos artísticos e culturais para promover o empoderamento e a redução da vulnerabilidade de gênero é recente e pouco estudado. OBJETIVO: Analisar como vem sendo utilizada a atividade de dança do ventre como recurso para o empoderamento das mulheres, a partir das representações dos profissionais e das usuárias do Centro da Cidadania da Mulher Santo Amaro (CCM-SA) em São Paulo. METODOLOGIA: Investigação qualitativa de caráter etnográfico com triangulação de técnicas. Observação de um grupo de 48 participantes entre iniciantes e avançadas na prática de dança do ventre durante 8 meses. Acompanhamento das apresentações em diferentes lugares públicos de São Paulo...

31 Navarana Dunneq drum-dancing

Leonard, Stephen Pax
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Áudio
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Navarana Dunneq tells us how she got into drum-dancing and performs three songs which she wrote herself; .wav and .mp3 audio file

1 Aijakko Mitiq: drum-dancing and interview

Leonard, Stephen Pax
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Áudio
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This is an interview with Aijakko Mitiq, a 67 year old former hunter and one of the last performing drum-dancers in the region. A West Greenlandic speaking interpreter was used for the interview. Aijakko speaks Inuktun or Polar Eskimo in the interview. Aijakko is talking about the background to the drum-dancing tradition and how he was introduced to the practice whilst growing up in a tiny settlement called Neqi. This settlement closed down about twenty years ago and is now completely abandoned. He tells us that the songs have never been written down, that he does not know how big his repertoire is and that the songs are not being passed onto the young people.; Record made public on 2015-02-20 with authorisation from Dr Leonard (192569); .wav and .mp3 audio file

Pa bru Dancing Song 1; Tibetan Mountains; ????

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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People generally sing this song antiphonally between a group of men and a group of women during celebratory gatherings. The lyrics to this song say, "This is the best place in the world. We love it very much and are proud to live here." ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????? ?????????????????; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Pa bru Dancing Song 2; Little Bird; ??

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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This song is sung antiphonally between men and women while dancing at celebratory gatherings and festivals. The lyrics state that the cuckoo is considered an auspicious and lucky bird in Tibetan areas. ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????? ????.; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Pa bru Dancing Song 3; The Great Valley; ?????

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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This song can be sung while dancing at any celebratory gathering. The lyrics describe a happy deer family living in a happy valley. ??????????????????,?????? ????????????????; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Pa bru Dancing Song 4; Unknown Title

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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This song is sung antiphonally between men and women while dancing at celebratory gatherings and festivals. ???????????????????????? ???; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Pa bru Dancing Song 5; Dancing is Good and Dancing is Wonderful; ?????????

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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This song shows people's love and respect for nature and also praises singing and dancing. This song may be sung while dancing at any celebratory gatherings or festivals. ???????????????????????? ????????????????????????; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Pa bru Dancing Song 6; On The Golden Mountain; ????

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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This song is thought to be 500 hundred years old. It may be sung at any festivals or celebratory gatherings. This song states where there is golden mountain, there is also a golden lake, trees, and birds. ???????????????????????? ???????????????????????? ???????????; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Pa bru Dancing Song 7; Unknown Title

Bsod nams dung mtsho
Fonte: World Oral Literature Project Publicador: World Oral Literature Project
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People usually sing this song during festivals and celebratory gatherings but may also sing it whenever they are happy. The lyrics discuss the merits of different seasons. ???????????????????????? ???????????????????.; This collection contains seven dancing songs collected in Pa bru Village, Skar ma Township, Chab mdo County, Tibet Autonomous Region, PR China by Bsod nams dung mtsho in June 2007.

Wheelchair dancing and self-esteem in adolescents with physical disabilities

de Villiers,Danette; van Rooyen,FC; Comm,M; Beck,V; Calitz,Y; Erwee,T; Engelbrecht,C; Odendaal,E; Roothman,L; van Eeden,L
Fonte: South African Journal of Occupational Therapy Publicador: South African Journal of Occupational Therapy
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/08/2013 EN
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INTRODUCTION: Adolescents with physical disabilities are prone to experience lowered self-esteem which can result in negative consequences for the individual as well as the community. It has been found that dancing may have positive emotional, social and developmental consequences. AIM: The aim of this study was to determine the influence of wheelchair dancing on the self-esteem of adolescents with physical disabilities. METHODS: Twenty-four participants were involved in this quantitative study. A before-and-after experimental study design was used which included a control group. Structured interviews were conducted to obtain information from the participants. The experimental group participated in wheelchair dancing, while the control group did not. RESULTS: A difference between the two groups was observed with 72.7% of the intervention group displaying an increase in self-esteem, compared to 54.6% of the control group. Improved self-esteem manifested in, for example, an improvement in eye contact and sense of responsibility. CONCLUSION: The researchers concluded that wheelchair dancing may have a positive influence on the self-esteem of adolescents with physical disabilities.