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Physics 101 Week 1 Notes

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Date Created: 09/13/16
1010 Research Project One Outline (due Feb 12 ) th Name:  Stephanie Wilde    Research Topic:  Power Structures in dance  Date: 2/10/16 ___ /10 Introductory Paragraph Introduction/Thesis Statement: state, with clarity, the intention of your paper Power structures within dance are most easily defined by their influences in the culture surrounding the dancers, such as  with the influence of the Catholic church on the prevalence of dance in early modern society in which many dances were  limited generally by the dancing of men and women together, or alternatively in the traditional Haka which shows power  structures through the aggressive nature of the dance.  Key points: have at least three. These will be stated in the introductory paragraph 1. Christian churches influence on dance, most specifically their stifling of it. 2. The Haka and the importance of the dance/chant for their societal power. 3. Traditional African dance and the power structures seen through gender roles and the matriarchal society seen in Sub­ Saharan Africa. Body of the paper Paragraph One Point one topic sentence: Christianity, specifically Catholicism and Puritanism, have been influential to the  expression of emotion through dance since the religions were first created and have generally had a stifling influence  towards the art form due to the suggestive content seen within. Point one research and supporting ideas: Like with the dance forms seen within ballet which are  extremely rigid and also with the stifling of dance forms in Polynesian cultures due to the nonsymmetrical hip and  shoulder movements. Paragraph Two Point Two Topic Sentence: The Haka, which originated in New Zealand by the Maori people, shows power  structures through the nature of the dance, being the dance was used by warriors to intimidate their foes.  Point Two research and supporting ideas: Them sticking out their tongue is the equivalent of flipping  someone off. If you didn’t perform your tribes Haka well, you would lose societal standing within your tribe and as a  tribe. Paragraph Three Point Three Topic Sentence: Traditional African dance with its matriarchal roots shows power structures  through the arrangements of dances, specifically through the dance moves given to men and women, and alternatively  their shared dance moves.  Point Three research and supporting ideas: Women generally led movement, with men leading music.  Shared dance moves show equality. Closing Paragraph Key Summary to declare a wrap-up of concepts: In conclusion, there are various forms of power structures seen within all dance forms and within all regions, such as in… summary of point one: Christian churches influence on dance, most specifically their stifling of it. summary of point two: The Haka and the importance of the dance/chant for their societal power. summary of point three: Traditional African dance and the power structures seen through gender roles and the  matriarchal society seen Sub­Saharan Africa. Conclusion: transition to ending your paper and final thoughts All dances are important to their specific  cultures, and it is the job of the viewer to appreciate the culture and the art being portrayed.


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