Autor: Diane Amans
ISBN-13: 9780230293809
Einband: Kartoniert
Seiten: 264
Format: 1.5 x 23.5 x 15.7
Sprache: Englisch

Age and Dancing

Older People and Community Dance Practice
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A student- and practitioner-friendly textbook offering a useful and wide-ranging introduction to dance with older people
List of Contributors.- Acknowledgements.- Foreword; K.Bartlett.- Preface.- Introduction; D.Amans.- PART I: SOCIETIES AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS.- Definitions; Diane Amans.- Ageing and Society in Britain; S.Houston.- Ageing, Creativity and Dance in the United States; P.Vissicaro.- Ageing and Society in Other Cultures; D.Amans.- What Sort of Dance and Who is Dancing?; D.Amans.- Contexts, Partnerships and Funding; D.Amans.- The Beauty of Reality: Older Professional Dancers; F.Early.- Cross Generational Dance or Just Communities Dancing?; R.Pethybridge.- PART II: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS.- What Happens When We Age?; E.Coleman.- Conditions Which May Affect Older People; E.Coleman.- Dance and Dementia; D.Amans.- Dance and Parkinson's Disease; D.Amans.- Duty of Care Keeping Older Bodies Safe; D.Amans.- Continuing Professional Development, Training Opportunities, Gaining Skills and Qualifications; D.Amans.- Evaluation; S.Houston.- Choreography and Performance with Older People; D.Amans.
This highly readable introduction to dance with older people combines key debates and issues in the field with practical guidance, as well as a resources section including numerous 'toolkit materials'. Diane Amans, leading practitioner in Community Dance, provides the ideal beginners' guide for students, practitioners and dance artists alike.
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Autor: Diane Amans
ISBN-13:: 9780230293809
ISBN: 0230293808
Verlag: Springer Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 407g
Seiten: 264
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1/2013
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 1.5 x 23.5 x 15.7, XIX, 244 S.