Dance in the Field: Theory, Methods and Issues in Dance by T. Buckland

By T. Buckland

This overseas assortment on dance ethnography - the 1st of its sort - includes unique contributions on fieldwork in dance and human circulation. in line with large fieldwork adventure, it explores the most important theoretical techniques, equipment and matters of dance and circulate study from anthropological and ethnochoreological views. the end result underlines the present and carrying on with development in dance ethnography for you to even be of curiosity to these in dance experiences, anthropology, cultural reviews, folklore, ethnomusicology and sociology.

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1994b. Self-reflexivity: a critical overview. JASHM: Journal for the Anthropological Study of Human Movement, 8, 1, pp. 1-10. - - 1995. Space, intersubjectivity and the conceptual imperative: three ethnographic cases. In Farnell, B. ), pp. 44-81. 4 Past and Present in Field Research: a Critical History of Personal Experience Anca Giurchescu Field research is a fascinating, yet unpredictable and subjective search for knowledge and understanding of any given socio-cultural reality. The researcher's second-order construct of the perceived reality is necessarily different from the first-order realized by the participants (Schutz and Luckmann, 1973, p.

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Ethno-graphics and the moving body. ], 4, pp. 929-74. --1995a. Introduction. In Farnell, B. ), Human Action Signs in Cultural Context: the Visible and the Invisible in Movement and Dance. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, pp. 1-28. - - 1995b. : Plains Indian Sign Talk and the Embodiment ofAction. Austin: University of Texas Press (with CD-ROM). Gell, A. 1985. Style and meaning in Umeda dance. In Spencer, P. ), Society and the Dance: the Social Anthropology of Process and Peiformance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.

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