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    intent such as to remove a tyrant and force regime change. This is arguably what occurred in Iraq in 2003 and Libya in 2011. Not only does this contradict the notion of state sovereignty but also several just war principles. On the other hand, if humanitarian intervention were permissible as a just cause to war, perhaps the removal of a head of state and regime change can be seen as step that is proportional and necessary for the protection of individuals in that…

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    Why I Want To Dance

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    Professionals, create dance routines and teaches them to dance, is a career I wish to pursue, for the rewards my students will earn, the more dance they will learn, and the more activity the student will do. I been interested in this career I always dance and it made me happy, so that’s when I thought to myself that. I was going to be a choreography. This career grabbed my intention because, I always went to birthdays parties and they always danced and it was fun and the way people look at me it…

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    This movement grew from the idea that dance could go beyond simple entertainment: it could be used and be sued by people as a form of communication and expression of personal feelings. By the middle of the 20th century, the modern dance movement had paved the way for dance pioneers to develop the concept of dance therapy. Marian Chace, Mary Whitehouse, and Trudy Schoop were just a few pioneers of this emerging concept. By the 1940s, dance therapy was influenced by the psychodynamic theory…

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    Dun Huang Dance History

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    of Asia and Europe. Dun Huang is famous for many things, including its caves, which are a famous example of Buddhist art. Silk Road style dance, also known as “Dun Huang Dance”, was inspired by the art inside of those famous caves. The origin of Ballet dance can be traced to the 15th century Italian Renaissance courts, and later developed into a concert dance style in France, Russia, Britain, and Italy. Ballet was brought to France by Catherine de Medici, who was an Italian noble woman, a…

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    Di Orio, Laura. “College Dance: Is It for Me?” Dance Informa Magazine, 7 Oct. 2015, www.danceinforma.com/2015/10/05/college-dance-is-it-for-me/. In her article, “College Dance: Is It for Me?” (2016), Laura Di Orio argues that going to college to study dance is important and useful, but that it is not the path for everyone. Di Orio supports her claim by including direct quotes from interviews she had conducted with four different professional dancers. The author’s purpose is to provide…

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    Danc Dance Research Paper

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    Dance has been a part of my life since the age of 4. Every time I am onstage with the lights shining on me, I stand with a sense of pride and reflect that through all the long rehearsals I have finally made it. While dance has helped me make friends and stay healthy, it has also helped me learn many valuable life skills which I will apply to my future. Dance has taught me perseverance. When I started at my new dance studio, Royal Dance Academy, I was placed in a class with dancers who were my…

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    This past weekend, at the Stevie Eller Dance Theatre at the University of Arizona, I went to see the dance performance Here & Now. As I was buying my ticket, I did not really know what to expect from this concert. To be honest, I did not know really anything about this show that I had just paid to see. Originally, I thought that this show would just be a requirement for me to pass this class. However, after seeing this show, it became much more to me than just a grade. The dancers were…

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    Dance Team Analysis

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    I was wishing time would slow down as they called number after number, dance, after dance, and my turn was quickly approaching. I ran my dance through my head during my final moments backstage. I heard my dance teacher telling me good luck, and just try to have fun. I was not ready to walk out among the heat bearing lights. It was June 24, 2015, and our competitive dance team had made it to nationals. Nationals is just like any other competition, minus the fact that this is where the all the…

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    Ever since I was five, dance has been a huge part of my life and has taught me so many things that I will carry with me forever. Dance has taught me determination, confidence, dedication, and teamwork. It has given me many experiences that I will cherish for a lifetime. Determination and confidence. Over the past thirteen years I have learned to push myself to be the best that I can be. In life people always want to be at the top, and for some that comes easily; for others it takes hard work…

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    The dance concert I chose to see for my critique was The Nutcracker. Ballet Arizona was the company that put on this show. I saw this production on Tuesday, December 10, 2015 at Symphony Hall in Phoenix, Arizona. Since The Nutcracker is a holiday classic, I have always wanted to see how a young girl's toy nutcracker came to life. I have read before about it but have never seen it for myself. The first piece was the “Party Scene”. It had a very beautiful set including a huge elegant fireplace on…

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