Chapter 4 Outline
Chapter 4 Outline STAT 110 - 002
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Chapter 4 Outline Social Dance Theme dance as an expression of cultural mores with a focus on gender speci c behavior 1 Social Dance a b New generations must be nurtured about what is socially acceptable Through dance young people can be taught how men and women behave in their society and practice gender speci c behaviors and attitudes 2 Rarotonga a b 39 The 90 Island 2100 miles from new Zealand Dance on all holidays and social occasions A Constitution day Previously a territory of new Zealand Became self governing in 1965 Population is 10000 Language is Maori but everyone learns English in school Portuguese explorers were the rst to visit here Captain James Cook made 3 separate trips between 1773 and 1777 and brought in outside in uences Pressure grew severe after protestant missionaries began arriving in 1823 A Were disturbed by the dancing B Believed satan ruled here C Started to convert everyone to Christianity Hip swinging by women knee apping by men Dancing could lead to copulation Sir Thomas Davis A AKA papa Tom B Former space scientist C Prime minister for 9 years D One of the rst islanders to go elsewhere for education E Led a protest that revived dance m Also see quotCook Islandquot 3 Cook lsland DancingCook island a b c d Performed by highly trained teams Men and women never touch line up in alternating rows by gender drum dances A thought to go back to training warriors B men take lead C men vigorous and athletic women smooth and graceful D all team dancing is directed toward an audience h instruction for this dance is built into school curriculum no matter how much a woman moves her hips her pelvis should never move in a circular fashion and her shoulders should remain motionless cook islanders are known as ne dancers Christianity on the island A women were among the rst converts to Christianity B high chiefs enforced the laws of tabu which prescribed death in many infractions Labor Division A Women keep house and care for children B Men farm and sh C Led to women getting salaries D A woman can now inherit land E Men retain most political and economic power Fez 00 h 39 39 3L0 ln Morocco Encounters between the sexes are traditionally regulated by laws that trace their authority to the Koran Koran Muslims book of the quotword of Gdquot A No text in the book condemns or endorses dance Gives men authority over women Enjoins women not to display themselves before men unless related Women were considerd dangerous to the social order because men were thought to be vulnerable to female charms move in ways to design to bring the worshiper into communion with Gd but is not considered dance B c D loss of control an unwary man may experience in the presence of an attractive woman Male guardians may keep women hidden to avoid disgrace to their family This is the rationale behind the face hiding veils secluded women s quarters The male female couple dancing is not an option in public Women and dancing A It is acceptable for Muslim women to dance at all female parties B Can take off covering garments to reveal a silk dress gold bangles high heels and a shawl C Her upper torso shimmies while she rotates her hips in circles D Mostly keeps her eyes downcast but will sometimes look up and smile When one dancer sits another stands and tries to outdo the rst F F Through the movement of dance women demonstrate her ability to ful ll the traditional role of wife and mother that society has assigned to her k Weddings A Unmarried young women may perform similar dances before family members and invited guests There is no equivalent male dance to the Muslim women practice m Men in many Muslim countries take part in dances that emphasize athletic prowess and often employ warlike props such as swords daggers and ri es n But in cities dance is more of a spectator sport for men 0 Moroccan Women A Women who perform for men come from socially marginal groups in which dance is considered acceptable B Improvised solos with percussive stamping Dance Older than Muslim Culture a Precursors can be found in Egyptian tomb paintings from the days of the pharohs b Dancers from Cadiz a roman colony were noted for a rigorous dance in which they sank down with quivering thighs to the oor c In AD 527 a former dancer married the emporerJustanian and became Empress Theodora co ruler of the Eastern Roman Empire d Dancing girls were a xture of Persian courts before and after the arrival of Islam and when Muslims from central Asia established the Mughal Empire in northern India they brought with them a taste for dancing girls that later gave rise to the dance style known as k Arabic a Danse du ventre is known as raks a misri or quotdance of the peoplequot North African Cities a Found expression is western style dances b Young couples arrive together c Polynesia A Pressure for change in relations between the sexes has come from educated women B Fatima Mernissi author of Beyond the Veil Christianity in Couples and Couple Dancing a Paul says abstinence is best for the soul but it is better to marry than to burn with uncontrollable desire b Unbreakable rule of couple dancing partners must move interdependently as a unit c Waltz became popular in early 19 century d By late 19th century men began to lead e At beginning of 1960 partners began individually dancing to rock and roll music 9 Europe a Crusades A Many men left to ght the Muslim enemy in the Holy Land or Spain B European women gained new status C When they came back brought back respect and admiration for Islamic Civilization D All woman seen as attractive other than slaves b Troubadours of southern France A Adopted the idea of quotpurequot love c Couple dancing was supposed to be banned but remained d Provided an arena for men and women to stand out from the crowd e Also see renaissance f 1533 laws were passed in London to control the proliferation of dance schools g 1588dance manual called Orchesographie h 10 Renaissance a Reevaluation of the role of the individual in a society b Renewed interest in greek and roman history c Rediscovery of many works of literature d used for courtly entertainment A Features costumed courtiers who acted out allegorical themes B Skills needed riding fencing and speech C Some of the earliest dancing masters were jewish D First dance masters were men Teachers Notes 11 12 DP00quot Social Dancing Socialites Re ects values of society Can serve as many functions in a society Special occasions are often about rights of passage Religious belief systems affect all dance Coercion can happen through pleasure rather than threats Film North American Ball Room Dance A Ideas are basic to western culture B Two gures are moving as one C Romantic 13 wmeom D Male leads Social Dance of the Cook Islands A couple is not the focus Dancing is done in groups Dance celebrates fertility Focus of dance action is on the genitals High pitch drumming determines hand movements No body contact but much teasing
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