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  • Informative Essay: The Evolution Of Dance

    your partner quickly. Hiramine includes in her article that “...ballroom dancing master Alex Moore proclaimed that he had ‘never seen anything uglier.’” Because Moore was partial to the ballroom dancing of his generation, he was inclined to disapprove of the new variations. Richard Powers writes in “Teen Dances of the 1950’s,” that “Teens’ dancing during the 1950s was widely varied in steps and styling.” It is also important to note, the 50’s introduced Elvis Presley’s hip thrusts which were then followed by the 1970’s “bump” (Hiramine). Both the “thrust” and the “bump” raised the vulgarity of the dance trend by greater use of the body. Slam dancing emerged in the 1980’s and was inspired by heavy metal and punk music. It was the easiest dance trend, but also the most dangerous. People literally would slam into each other when participating in slam dancing. Not until the 2000’s did the newest trend appear. The modern world today has possibly one of the most frowned upon dance moves in history. Starting around the early 2000’s began the terms of “freaking,” “grinding,” and “twerking,” all of which are still popular. These dances indeed require a high level of vulgarity and “booty work,” as it is called. Young people and teenagers today participate in these dances by dancing on one another and moving their bodies sexualy around their dance partner or partners. As time has past, dance has evolved to become increasingly vulgar. Dance has come a long way, from the 1500’s partner…

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  • Traditional Greek Dance

    As described above Sousta was essentially an opportunity for socializing functions for youths to find potential partner in marriage, as Hanna argued, With the movements of the hands and the head slowly developed in a discussion couple. Until the end of the compound occurs. The ongoing dance therefore is a love story that each dancer depending on the position of playing its own role. dancing enable a man in love can express his feelings to a woman. The variety in the purposes and songs Sousta is…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Oxycontin

    marketing claim as OxyContin is just as addictive as heroin and provides virtually the same effects. However, no one from their company went to prison while Purdue Pharma was only fined $635 million in 2007. Again, those penalties represent a small portion of the proceeds from their crimes as OxyContin accounted for roughly 90% of Purdue Pharma’s profits and they sold $3.1 billion of OxyContin in 2010. Predictably, Purdue Pharma received such a mild penalty seemingly due to political…

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  • Business Relationship Gone Sour: A Case Study

    How to Restore a Business Relationship Gone Sour Initiating, developing and managing a strategic partnership can be an immensely challenging endeavor; one that most business owners are simply not prepared to engage. With all of the effort that has to be invested into building the ideal strategic alliance, it is of the utmost importance to manage it effectively. Due to the intricate details that go into selecting the right partner and nurturing the relationship, it is recommended that business…

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  • Reflection Paper: A Beneficial Dance Class

    students notice others’ strengths and weaknesses, so they can build off of each other. “Dancing offers the potential to accept your own body and revel in its beauty, its movement and rhythm” (Goldstein par.4). Even if there are a few conceded or discouraging students, this particular class makes students learn to overcome what others think. As people socialize in the class, everyone enjoys time together which benefits them health wise. Numerous health benefits will occur from this unique…

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  • The Castle Film Analysis

    Dance Federation. After finally dancing his own steps, he is turned on by his partner, and must set out to find a new one. He stumbles across Fran, a beginner dancer at his mother’s dance school, who convinces him not to judge a book by its cover, and how to feel free and dance his own steps. He discovers that his father also wanted to dance his own steps and was held back by Barry Fife, head of the Dance Federation, Les Kendall, Scott’s coach, and Shirley Hastings, Doug’s wife and Scott’s…

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  • Essay On 1920s Dance

    The fox-trot was a simple walk that was done with ease. There were many variations of the dance, allowing dancers to make it their own. The Charleston was made famous with it being danced to James P. Johnson’s song “The Charleston” in the Broadway musical Runnin’ Wild. The Charleston dance was swinging your legs quickly along with big arm movements. This dance was created by African Americans that lived in Charleston in 1903, but did not become popular until it was seen in the musical Runnin’…

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  • Personal Reflection On A Phi Slam Event

    funneled into the dance floor, the dancing began. At the beginning of the night, the group of people I was with and I got smushed up against the DJ booth at the very front of the floor. During this beginning few minutes, I solely danced with my friends, as people crammed in behind us. We were basically just doing axial movement that consisted of jumping up and down and moving the body with slight movements in place. It was really hard to dance where we were because people continuously smushed us…

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  • Mambo And Salsa Dance

    Two well-known dances associated with Puerto Rico and Cuban culture are Mambo and Salsa. These dances are known for their rhythmic music, intricate timing, and both made it to the United States’ culture. Although the two dances share some similar characteristics, there are prominent differences as well. Mambo was a popular dance found in the Palladium Ballroom in New York City during the 1950s. The dance incorporated African influences such as the use of polyrhythm in the hips and pelvis…

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  • Ballroom Dance Observation

    plays a specific role in ballroom dance. The instructors teaching the social dance class made sure that the females always danced with the males and this was ensured by having the females rotate in the inner circle while the males stood in their position on the outer circle. That way, every female always danced with a new male. The males always lead and the females always followed. During the class, the instructors always stressed that female dancers are not to “back-lead.” In other words,…

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