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Risner, Doug – Research in Dance Education, 2014
This analysis (n?=?33), drawn from the findings of the author's larger mixed method research study, investigated bullying and harassment of adolescent male students (ages 13-18) pursuing dance study at the pre-professional level in the United States. Procedures for this analysis included review of primary and secondary sources from the…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Males, Bullying, Aggression
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Risner, Doug – Research in Dance Education, 2012
This paper investigates teaching artists in the USA whose work is rooted in dance and dance-related disciplines. Teaching artists, although the descriptor itself remains both ambiguous and debated in the USA, provide a good deal of arts education delivery in K12 schools and afterschool programs. Based on survey data from a range of dance teaching…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Art Teachers, Artists, Surveys
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Risner, Doug; Anderson, Jon – Research in Dance Education, 2008
Although the technological methods in which dance artists create, develop, document and present their work have grown significantly over the past two decades, technology education in undergraduate dance curricula in the US often remains peripheral. Some dance programs in higher education, especially those with graduate programs, now include a…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Research Problems, Research and Development, Dance
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Risner, Doug – Research in Dance Education, 2007
Dance education experiences of boys and male youth are investigated in terms of dominant constructions of contemporary Western masculinity and the potential limitations these hegemonic discourses may place on male participation. Recent research on boys and male youth in dance, although limited, suggests prevailing social stigma, heteronormative…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Sexual Orientation, Homosexuality, Peer Influence
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Risner, Doug – Research in Dance Education, 2002
This article explores the ways in which gay male presence and contribution to dance education in the US is minimised in order to legitimate male participation and to gain wider social acceptance of dance. Current muted discourses regarding homosexuality in dance pedagogy are not only shortsighted, but also unwittingly reproduce narrow stereotypes…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Criticism, Group Unity, Homosexuality