This paper discusses dance as a form of non-verbal communication, its role in early primitive cultures and argues that modern dance is a source of new channels of communication.
# 17230 | 1,800 words | 7 sources | 1972 |
Published on Feb 05, 2003 in Communication (Language and Speech) , Communication (Interpersonal) , Dance (History)
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From the Paper:"Dance, as a means of fulfilling the goal of nonverbal communication in today's society, along with other art forms is falling far short of its incredible potential. Most art today is separated from any real involvement with modern humanity by invisible, yet real and definite barriers. To see dance in its most successful form of nonverbal communication we must examine its role in early primitive cultures. The relationship of extant primitivism will serve as reemphasis for striking cultural differences.
Since development from an early shamanistic culture our technological society has evolved obvious changes in our perception and communication of ourselves in relationship to our universe.
Although early dance experiences were led by the shaman or .... "
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