Read the dance heritage research from the PhD of Dr Valeria Lo Iacono by choosing from the posts below and from the additional pages.
Presentation of the Dance Research Data (4.6.4)
Writing a dance research data model, analysis & timeframes, clustered on key themes. The traditional narrative for intangible heritage.
Dance Research Coding, Themes and Thematic Analysis (4.6.3)
Introducing the dance research coding, themes, and thematic analysis. Emic vs Etic codes, transmission, Zotero, and qualitative research.
Texts and Interviews Analysis – Dance Heritage (4.6.2)
Dance heritage Ph.D. research texts and interviews analysis transcription process. Naturalism, denaturalism, clarity, and accuracy.
How to Analyse Dance, Laban and Semiotic Levels, and Analysis (4.6.1)
Learn how to analyse dance and the semiotic levels. Using Laban movement analysis (LMA), kinemes, video and belly dance heritage.
Data Analysis for Dance Heritage Research Introduction (4.6)
Introduction to the data analysis and analytical methods used in this PhD research. Bricoleurthematic analysis research for dance heritage.
Research Ethics for a PhD on Dance Heritage (4.5)
Ph.D. research ethics, committee, interviews, and considerations in this dance heritage research. Skype interviews, guidelines, and strategies.
Semi-Structured Interviews (4.4.3)
Choosing semi-structured interviews for intangible dance heritage PhD research. Sampling, gatekeepers, rapport, and Skype methods.
Using Media and Documents for Dance Research (4.4.2)
Intangible heritage and documents for dance research. Sampling, practitioners, emerging themes and virtual snowball sampling method.
Using Online Dance Videos for Heritage Research (4.4.1)
Rationale for using online video analysis for PhD research on living cultural heritage. Advantages, limitations, videos sampling, and YouTube.
Data Collection Methods for Researching Dance Heritage (4.4)
The data collection stages for video and textual content for intangible dance heritage PhD research. Transcultural & traditional ethnography.
Dance Heritage Data Collection and Analysis Process Summary (4.3)
Data collection and data sources for dance heritage research. Videos, texts, visual data, and interviews for qualitative studies.
Dance and Heritage Methodology Strategy and Framework (4.1 and 4.2)
The methodological framework and dance heritage methodology used. Sensitizing concepts, frameworks, and a relativist ontology and paradigm.
Dance/Heritage Research Questions and Summary (3.8)
Dance heritage questions and sensitizing concept, authenticity, identity, and safeguards. Values, traditions, agency, and structure dialectic.
Moving to a Model of Living Cultural Heritage (3.7)
Here’s a Model of Living Cultural Heritage that was developed by Dr Valeria Lo Iacono and dr David HK Brown. Duality of body, mind and agency.
Using Giddens Structuration Theory for Dance Heritage and Subjectivity vs Objectivity Dichotomy (3.6)
Structuration Theory and resolving the subjectivity vs objectivity dichotomy. Duality of structure, agency dialectic, habitus and rules.
Using Bourdieu’s Theory of Practice for Dance and Heritage Research (3.5)
Theory of Practice for Dance. Using Bourdieu’s ideas of habitus, capital and practice to explain transmission and change in dance as a form of embodied ICH.
Using Merleau-Ponty: Phenomenology for Dance Heritage (3.4)
Phenomenology for dance. Using Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology to overcome the dualism of body and mind. Lived body theory, emotions and kinaesthetic empathy.
The Missing Body and Embodiment in Heritage Studies (3.3)
The missing body in heritage studies. Intangible cultural heritage and unity of body and mind. Sociological theories to overcome dualisms.
Tangible vs Intangible Divide Critique (3.2)
Tangible vs intangible cultural heritage. What is the meaning of intangible in the context of heritage and is there really a tangible vs intangible divide?
Conceptual Framework Intro (3.1)
Conceptual framework for dance heritage. Research on dance as intangible cultural heritage. Post-dualist theories to overcome mind and body divide.
The Need for a Fluid and Holistic Model of Dance/Heritage Emerges
Fluidity and a holistic model for researching intangible dance living heritage. The missing body and applying a dialogical paradigm.
Cultural, Political, Economic, and Tourism Uses of Dance Heritage (2.8)
Uses of Dance Heritage as cultural heritage. Political propaganda, economic benefits, tourism, Rumba, Voudou, Shikhat, and Mibu no Hana-taue.
Identity and Cultural Heritage (2.7)
Identity and Cultural Heritage. Identity theories for heritage and dance. Cultural memory, liquid modernity and Giddens ontological security.
Internationalization of Heritage, Transculturality, and Hybridism (2.6)
Internationalization and transculturality of heritage and hybridism. Concepts of cosmopolitanism, multiculturalism, globalisation related to dance heritage.