OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing

ISBN : 9780199949298

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著者: 
Vassiliki Karkou
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1000 ページ
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Hardcover
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171 x 248 mm
刊行日
2017年10月
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In recent years, a growth in dance and wellbeing scholarship has resulted in new ways of thinking that place the body, movement, and dance in a central place with renewed significance for wellbeing. The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing examines dance and related movement practices from the perspectives of neuroscience and health, community and education, and psychology and sociology to contribute towards an understanding of wellbeing, offer new insights into existing practices, and create a space where sufficient exchange is enabled. The handbook's research components include quantitative, qualitative, and arts-based research, covering diverse discourses, methodologies, and perspectives that add to the development of a complete picture of the topic. Throughout the handbook's wide-ranging chapters, the objective observations, felt experiences, and artistic explorations of practitioners interact with and are printed alongside academic chapters to establish an egalitarian and impactful exchange of ideas.

目次: 

Introduction to the book
Vicky Karkou, Sue Oliver and Sophia Lycouris

Section A: Dance and the Body
Vicky Karkou and Sue Oliver
1. The Dancing Queen: Explanatory Mechanisms of the 'Feel-Good-Effect' in Dance
Corinne Jola and Luis Calmeiro
2. Dance in the Body, the Mind, and the Brain: Neurocognitive Research inspired by Dancers and their Audience
Bettina Blasing
3. Subjective and Neurophysiological Perspectives on Emotion Perception from Dance
Marie-Helene Grosbras, Matthew Reason, Haodan Tan, Rosie Kay, and Frank Pollick
4. Evidence-based BIODANZA Programmes for Children (TANZPRO-Biodanza) in Schools and Kindergartens: Some Effects on Psychology, Physiology, Hormones and the Immune System
Marcus Stuck and Alejandra Villegas
5. Dancing to Resist, Reduce and Escape Stress
Judith Lynne Hanna
6. Body Memory and its Recuperation through Movement
Heidrun Panhofer
7. Listening to the Moving Body: Movement approaches in Body Psychotherapy
Laura-Hope Steckler
8. Authentic Movement as a Practice for Wellbeing
Jane Bacon
9. Authentic Movement and the Relationship of Embodied Spirituality to Health and Wellbeing
Zoe Avstreih
10. Reimagining Our Relationship to the Dancing Body
Andrea Olsen

Section B. Dance within Performative Contexts
Sophia Lycouris and Vicky Karkou
With contribution from Taira Restar on her work with Anna Halprin
11. A Greater Fullness of Life: Wellbeing in Early Modern Dance
Michael Huxley and Ramsay Burt
12. Therapeutic Performance: When Private Moves to Public
Thania Acaron
13. Portals of Conscious Transformation: from Authentic Movement to Performance
Marcia Plevin
14. Butoh Dance, Noguchi Taiso and Healing
Paola Esposito and Toshiharu Kasai
15. Flow in the Dancing Body: An Intersubjective Experience
Louise Douse
16. Common Embrace: Wellbeing in Rosemary Lee's Choreography of Inclusive Dancing Communities
Doran George
17. Wellbeing and the Aging Dancer
Jan Bolwell
18. Being in Pieces: Integrating Dance, Identity and Mental Health
Mark Edward and Fiona Bannon
19. Writing Body Stories
June Gersten Roberts
20. (Im)possible Performatives: Embodying the Politics of Loss
Beatrice Allegranti

Section C. Dance in Education
Sue Oliver and Vicky Karkou
With contributions from Julie Joseph, Jo Bungay-Orr, and Foteini Athanasiadou
21. Provoking Change: Dance Pedagogy and Curriculum Design
Ann Kipling Brown
22. Pedagogies of Dance Teaching and Dance Leading
Jayne Stevens
23. Creative Dance in Schools: A Snapshot of Two European Contexts
Sue Oliver, Monika Konold, and Christina Larek
24. Moving Systems: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Enhance Learning and Avoid Dropping-out
Claire Schaub-Moore
25. Dance/Movement and Embodied Knowing with Adolescents
Nancy Beardall
26. Movement Therapy Programme with Children with Mild Learning Difficulties in Primary Schools in Saudi Arabia: Links between Motion and Emotion
Abdulazeem Alotaibi, Vassiliki Karkou, Marietta L van der Linden, and Lindesay Irvine
27. Dance Movement Therapy, Student Learning and Wellbeing in Special Education
Sue Mullane and Kim Dunphy
28. The Wellbeing of Students in Dance Movement Therapy Masters Programs
Hilda Wengrower
29. Cultivating the 'Felt Sense' of Wellbeing - How we Know we are Well
Anna Fiona Keogh and Joan Davis

Section D. Dance in the Community
Sue Oliver and Vicky Karkou
With contributions from Carolyn Fresquez and Barbara Erber
30. Free to Dance: Community Dance with Adolescent Girls in Scotland
Anna Kenrick, Carolyn Lappin, and Sue Oliver
31. Methods of Promoting Gender Development in Young Children Through Developmental Dance Rhythms: A Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) Dance/Movement Therapy Approach
Susan Loman
32. Together We Move: Creating a Laban-style Movement Choir
Cynthia Pratt
33. Touching Disability Culture: Dancing Tiresias
Petra Kuppers choreographing an essay with contributions from Lisa Steichmann, Jonny Gray, Melanie Yergeau, Aimee Meredith Cox, Nora Simonhjell, Neil Marcus, Elizabeth Currans, Amber DiPietra, and Stephanie Heit
34. 'Building Relations': A Methodological Consideration of Dance and Wellbeing in Psychosocial Work with War-affected Refugee Children and Their Families
Allison Singer
35. Reconstructing the World of Survivors of Torture for Political Reasons through Dance/Movement Therapy
Maralia Reca
36. Haunted by Meaning: Dance as Aesthetic Activism
Sherry B. Shapiro
37. Cultural Adaptations of Dance Movement Psychotherapy Experiences: From a UK Higher education Context to a Transdisciplinary Water Resource Management Research Practice
Athina Copteros, Vicky Karkou, and Tally Palmer
38. Capoeira in the Community: The Social Arena for the Development of Wellbeing
Andre Luiz Teixeira Reis and Sue Oliver
39. The 5RhythmsRG Movement Practice: Journey to Wellbeing, Empowerment and Transformation
Mati Vargas-Gibson, Sarena Wolfaard, and Emma Roberts

Section E. Dance in Health Care Contexts
Vicky Karkou and Sue Oliver
With a contribution from Chan Nga Shan and Ania Zubala
40. Dance Movement Therapy in Health Care: Should we Dance across the Floor of the Ward?
Iris Brauninger and Gonzalo Bacigalupe
41. Dance as Art in Hospital
Diane Amans
42. The BodyMind Approach(tm): Supporting the wellbeing of patients with chronic medically unexplained symptoms in primary health care in England
Helen Payne
43. Dance Therapy-Primitive Expression Contributes to Wellbeing
Alexia Margariti, Periklis Ktonas, Thomas Paparrigopoulos, and Grigoris Vaslamatzis
44. Dance: An Aesthetic Experience to Foster Wellbeing for Vulnerable Mothers and Infants
Elizabeth Loughlin
45. Dance Therapy and the Possibility of Wellbeing with People with Dementia
Heather Hill
46. Emotions in Motion: Depression in Dance-Movement and Dance-Movement in Treatment of Depression
Marko Punkanen, Suvi Saarikallio, Outi Leinonen, Anita Forsblom, Kristo Kulju, and Geoff Luck
47. (Dis-)Embodiment in Schizophrenia: Effects of Mirroring on Self-Experience, Empathy and Wellbeing
Sabine C. Koch, Janna Kelbel, Astrid Kolter, Heribert Sattel, and Thomas Fuchs
48. Dance/Movement Therapy and Breast Cancer Care: A Wellbeing Approach
Ilene Serlin, Nancy Goldov, and Erika Hansen
49. Attending to the Heart beat in Dance Movement Psychotherapy: Improvements in Mood and Quality of Life for Patients with Coronary Heart Disease
Mariam Mchitarian, Joseph Moutiris, and Vicky Karkou

Conclusion
Vicky Karkou and Sue Oliver

著者について: 

Professor Vicky Karkou holds a Chair of Dance at Edge Hill University leading the research theme of arts and wellbeing. A qualified dance teacher, researcher and dance movement psychotherapist, she has lengthy experience of working with diverse clinical populations in different settings. She is widely published in peer-reviewed journals and books, and acts as the co-editor of the international journal Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy published by Taylor and Francis. She travels extensively around the world for research and teaching purposes.; Dr Sue Oliver works freelance in community dance. Her PhD thesis explored creative dance and social wellbeing for adolescents. She provides creative dance opportunities mainly for older persons but also preschool groups and choreographic work with teenagers in afterschool settings. She also conducts seated movement and music sessions for older adults in day care and residential care settings.; Dr Sophia Lycouris is an academic interested in interdisciplinary research methodologies and research by creative practice. She is also an artist working with movement/dance, choreography, improvisation, performance and new technologies since the late 90s. Her work involves processes of listening to spaces and designing subtle movement interventions, which trigger affective transformations. Her academic projects on movement and new technologies have been funded by research councils and her artistic work has been presented in the UK, Europe and USA.

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