In What a Body Can Do, Ben Spatz develops, for the first time, a rigorous theory of embodied technique as knowledge. He argues that viewing technique as both training and research has much to offer current debates over the role of practice in the university, including the debates around qpractice as research.q Drawing on critical perspectives from the sociology of knowledge, phenomenology, dance studies, enactive cognition, and other areas, Spatz argues that technique is a major area of historical and ongoing research in physical culture, performing arts, and everyday life.deep, introducing students to many kinds of movement-based technique while also helping them understand what it means ... Consider the following three examples of new physical culture forms, drawn from the official websites of Zumba, Bokwa, and Nia: Zumba FitnessAr is the only Latin-inspired dance-fitness ... It has been proven to burn a great amount of calories making it easier for weight loss goals.
|Title||:||What a Body Can Do|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-03-05|