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This collection of short, critical writings on contemporary art, performance, and photography analyzes a wide range of global practitioners, from emerging to established artists. The result is a well-informed, jargon-free survey of significant developments in contemporary art and culture over the past two decades. The subject area examines an impor...
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Neural signatures for the western classification of emotions have been widely discussed in the literature. The ancient Indian treatise on performing arts known as Natyashastra categorizes emotions into nine classes, known as Rasa s. Rasa —as opposed to a pure emotion—is defined as a superposition of certain transitory, dominant, and temperamental e...
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In this paper, we attempt to show some consequences of bringing the body back into higher education, through the use of performing arts in the curricular context of scientific programs. We start by arguing that dominant traditions in higher education reproduced the mind-body dualism that shaped the social matrix of meanings on knowledge transmissio...
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Preface Improvisation means something created spontaneously or without planning. Techniques of improvisations are widely used in training for performing arts or entertainment; for example, theatre, music and dance. Even the simple act of speaking itself involves a good deal of improvisation. This word is often used in connection with theatre acting...
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Face morphing attack detection (MAD) is one of the most challenging tasks in the field of face recognition nowadays. In this work, we introduce a novel deep learning strategy for a single image face morphing detection, which implies the discrimination of morphed face images along with a sophisticated face recognition task in a complex classificatio...
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Even though the performance-based academic materials are useful for visual and performing arts studies, their availability is comparatively low in virtual space which makes difficult to find appropriate online resources to enrich their theoretical and practical knowledge. This study investigated the online resource utilisation and its barriers amon...
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The article suggests that performing arts are at the foundation of building a logical, sane and scientific society in a country. The most progressive nations of the world bring highest respect and monetary dividends to their stars in music and film industry and these countries are also the hubs of technological and scientific innovation with values...
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This volume sheds light on the wide range of perspectives on musical activity today, and shows how it can be analyzed from different points of view, working within a diverse theoretical framework. It is organized into three sections, the first of which discusses the changing contexts of musical work compositions over the 20th century. The second pa...
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Pain management is gaining the attention of clinical practitioners to relieve patients from pain in an effective manner. Pain management is primarily dependent on pain measurement. Researchers have proposed various techniques to measure pain from facial expressions improving the accuracy and efficiency of the traditional pain measurement such as se...
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In May 2022, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s Performing Arts Program commissioned Kimzin Creative (KC) and On the Margins (OTM) to facilitate a community-led and asset-based process with Sonoma County artists to understand their lived experiences, creative visions, hopes, and dreams. The aim of this project was to encourage Sonoma County...
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Abstract Amasya is a multilayered city with the Yeşilırmak river flowing through and historical Yalıboyu houses on the riverbank in the city center. This area has been the object of attempts to transform it into a tourist attraction. The Yalıboyu Promenade, which was built by filling the area between the Yalıboyu houses and the Mağdenüs Bridge and...
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While the COVID-19 pandemic has been raging across the continents, performing arts educators have unlearned and adjusted their pedagogies in course delivery to surmount the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Subject to the COVID-19 pandemic situation easing in Hong Kong and around the world, the whole education sector seems to be bouncing...
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Nigeria is no doubt a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious country. This complex status therefore portends a direct impact on the philosophies, ideologies and general way of life of its people. Principally among the points of societal debate is the issue of child education and development especially as it concerns children who suffer fr...
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This report uses an ethnographic approach to primary data collection to provide an analysis of the different elements that make up the Abu Dhabi performing arts ecosystem. It elaborates on recommendations that informs the creation of policies and policymaking tools to strengthen and advance that ecosystem. The analysis shows that the links between...
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Optimizing Gaussian curvature on images is an important task for image processing. But there is no efficient end-to-end optimization method. Therefore, in this paper, we propose a novel unsupervised network for Gaussian curvature optimization on images, which we named GC-Net. First, we introduce a novel computation scheme for Gaussian curvature on...
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Network comparison is a widely-used tool for analyzing complex systems, with applications in varied domains including comparison of protein interactions or highlighting changes in structure of trade networks. In recent years, a number of network comparison methodologies based on the distribution of graphlets (small connected network subgraphs) have...
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With the rapid development of social economy and people’s increasing requirements for spiritual life, tourism projects are booming. At the same time, in order to improve their competitiveness, tourism regions also pay great attention to the attraction of performing arts projects to the audience, especially the online conversion rate. The original o...
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The chapter uses the methods of psychobiography and object relations theory to conduct a single-case study of the life and loves of German filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl (1902-2003). Leni's childhood home was dominated by her father, who had to be cajoled, and sometimes outright deceived, into supporting his daughter's desire to enter a career in the p...
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Despite technological and accessibility advances, the performing arts and their cultural offerings remain inaccessible to many people. By using vibrotactile stimulation as an alternative channel, we explored a different way to enhance emotional processes produced while watching audiovisual media and, thus, elicit a greater emotional reaction in hea...
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This study examined the effectiveness of a new health promotion program, which is a collective intervention program aimed at improving lifestyle habits. It was designed as a one-year prospective cohort study. This program targeted non-obese persons at risk of developing lifestyle-related diseases and participants with hypertension, dyslipidemia, or...
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The corona pandemic has led to fundamental changes to the world in all areas. Theater is not without its benefits. Education is also one of the things that has been influenced by Corona and the Covid 19 pandemic. The official institutions in charge of education can use the capacity of the theater, especially street theater, to prevent the stagnatio...
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Recently, research on singing assessment has focused on analyzing singer characteristics rather than building an automated evaluating approach. Hence, there are many methods for evaluating the accuracy of singer’s singing performance. Traditional methods mostly use quantitative analysis approach for the accuracy analysis of vocal artistic performan...
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Advances in deep learning and transfer learning have paved the way for various automation classification tasks in agriculture, including plant diseases, pests, weeds, and plant species detection. However, agriculture automation still faces various challenges, such as the limited size of datasets and the absence of plant-domain-specific pretrained m...
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El Arte de la Improvisación Musical con un enfoque interdisciplinario es una escritura reflexiva sobre mi investigación y producción en el marco del programa de doctorado. Este proyecto está centrado en la improvisación musical de piano (música grabada) y viola (música en directo) con la composición audiovisual (material propio y material ajeno), i...
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Score-based generative models exhibit state of the art performance on density estimation and generative modeling tasks. These models typically assume that the data geometry is flat, yet recent extensions have been developed to synthesize data living on Riemannian manifolds. Existing methods to accelerate sampling of diffusion models are typically n...
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Abstrak Ondel-ondel is an ancient Betawi's art work named Barongan, in simple shaped of one pair off greater puppets, complete with the music companion. At the beginning, ondel-ondel was a part of Betawinese scared rituals then become one of Jakarta's icons. Ondel-ondel can be found until today either in performing arts and decoration element form....
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Meet4Music (M4M) is a low-threshold community music program based at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria, offering free participatory sessions to people from all social and cultural backgrounds, including students. The program allows attendees to experience an emerging field of music pedagogy and approach current challenges of...
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This article examines econarratives drawn from original Latvian ecodrama and chronicles the rapid rise of ecotheatre in various styles of performance. The role of the performing arts to promote environmental conservation and engage local Latvian theatre groups has been especially significant during the global pandemic. Local ecotheatre has foregrou...
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Aerosol emissions from wind instruments are a suspected route of transmission for airborne infectious diseases, such as SARS-CoV-2. We evaluated aerosol number emissions (from 0.25 to 35.15 μm) from 81 volunteer performers of both sexes and varied age (12 to 63 years) while playing wind instruments (bassoon, clarinet, flute, French horn, oboe, picc...
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In recent years, cosplay has gained global visibility as a performing art in which fans dress up as fictional characters from anime, comics/manga, or games. Although scholars contend that cosplay exemplifies gender performativity and may even offer a new heuristic for understanding social interactions in general, they rarely examine how gender is p...
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A review note on the proposal for a textbook on performing arts by the renowned semiotician Prof. Paul Bouissac, Professor Emeritus at Victoria College, University of Toronto, Canada, and a pioneer of circus studies. He runs the SemiotiX Bulletin.
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The COVID-19 pandemic impacted the world in a multiplicity of ways. For college students, considered emerging adults in a time of transition between adolescence and adulthood, the stressors were multiplied by severe disruptions in education, social activities, family distress, and job losses. Significant impact on mental health in college students...
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Cultural heritage is made whether of tangible assets – physical places and natural environments – as well as intangible assets, such as languages, music, religions, folklore, manual skills. It’s something that can be offered to everyone as a resource, as an area of study, a temporal and spatial point of reference in understanding human collectivity...
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Being mentally tough while evaluating oneself in a compassionate way is still a difficult path for performers. Self-compassion, characterized by the ability to be kind to oneself, to see one’s experiences as part of the larger human experience and have a balanced awareness to one’s emotions and thoughts, was recently studied as a stepping stone to...
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In his writings as well as in his interviews, Iannis Xenakis delineates an expansive visionary aesthetic that connects musical composition not just to mathematics and philosophical thought, but also to many other social, technological, cultural, and scientific endeavours. Both his compositions and his theoretical writings seem to be firmly focused...
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Sandur Manduro is one of the local traditions which led the understanding in discovering the cultural identity of Manduro people. This identity makes the culture more unique and particular which can be identified easily from others. This research had been done by a case study approach in order to observe, explore, and understand Sandur Manduro’s pe...
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The article is dedicated to modern Ukrainian circus art. Ukraine has a very powerful circus school, represented by highly professional specialists in all the leading genres of circus art. The problem of the traditional circus’s existence is actualized in the face of the challenges of modern society. The fact that a traditional circus is possible on...
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Recent results in compressed sensing showed that the optimal subsampling strategy should take into account the sparsity pattern of the signal at hand. This oracle-like knowledge, even though desirable, nevertheless remains elusive in most practical application. We try to close this gap by showing how the sparsity patterns can instead be characteris...
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State of the art neural methods for open information extraction (OpenIE) usually extract triplets (or tuples) iteratively in an autoregressive or predicate-based manner in order not to produce duplicates. In this work, we propose a different approach to the problem that can be equally or more successful. Namely, we present a novel single-pass metho...
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Generative Art is a creative approach that has found applications in several artistic disciplines. In some of these disciplines, formalization has historically played an important role, which predisposes them for employing generative methods. In dance, the relationship to Generative Art is less obvious and the role of formalization is more conteste...
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Reweaves insights from varied global-historical traditions, especially Africana Vodou, Indigenous American shamanism, Daoism, and Shivaism/Dionysian ritualism, to repair psyches and reconstruct communities, via improvised artful performances that take us outside ourselves.
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Educators and Parents involved in Early Childhood education in Nigeria believe that a child's only needs are to eat, go to school and learn literacy; numbers and alphabets. They neglect the crucial roles of performing arts education (music, dance and drama), which aim to set up the child's mind, open up their mind's eye, teaching them how to accept...
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This article offers a practical framework and effective alternative technological solutions for reimagining recording arts and music production through free, open-source network audio technology during the pandemic. Network audio technology has become a crucial vehicle for music ensembles and bands to remotely rehearse, record, perform, and produce...
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The new World Trade Center site was rebuilt after 9/11 comprising seven mayor skyscrapers around the memorial site and the 9/11 museum. Between WTC 2 and WTC 3, Santiago Calatrava's Oculus Station spans its wings in the NY air while finally, the complex is completed by the "The Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center". This building sets a one-in...
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The social justice turn in the arts may have become more visible during the pandemic, but it has been a key ingredient in world cinema and theatre. Even before these global crises, anti-feminist, white nationalist, transmisogynist, and anti-immigrant movements have used the ideas of otherness to evoke a range of disruptive identities and to attack...
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TikTok has been widely used by Filipino youths, most especially students, for entertainment purposes in between or after class as pass time activity. Previous studies were already conducted in regards to the positive and negative effect of using TikTok to students' academic performance. This present study aims to determine if TikTok can predict the...
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Neural message passing is a basic feature extraction unit for graph-structured data that takes account of the impact of neighboring node features in network propagation from one layer to the next. We model such process by an interacting particle system with attractive and repulsive forces and the Allen-Cahn force arising in the modeling of phase tr...
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Human activity recognition (HAR) through wearable devices has received much interest due to its numerous applications in fitness tracking, wellness screening, and supported living. As a result, we have seen a great deal of work in this field. Traditional deep learning (DL) has set a state of the art performance for HAR domain. However, it ignores t...
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The influence of social media on education has been glowing in the last decade, and it shows a potential path to develop learners' practical skills. The purposes of the study were to investigate the effectiveness of TikTok as a supportive activity on grade 7 students' Thai traditional dancing art learning achievement and to investigate the students...
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Playing the piano at expert levels typically involves significant levels of trial-and-error learning since the majority of practice occurs in isolation. To better optimize musical outcomes, pianists might be well served by emulating some of the practices found in sports, where motor learning strategies are grounded in biomechanics and ergonomics in...
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The Anglo‐Venetian Giustiniana Wynne, Countess of Rosenberg Orsini, best known for her novel Les Morlaques (1788), had epistolary relations with friends from the Veneto as well as across Europe and is therefore part of the network of the European Republic of Letters. Attached to her homeland, the Republic of Venice, and also a cosmopolitan, she too...
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Estética y política en Víctor Jara destaca la formación y trayectoria de este destacado artista chileno. El propósito de este libro es relevar la obra de Víctor Jara, destacando su origen popular, su relación con el folclor chileno y la proyección de esa tradición hecha por el cantante a través de la Nueva canción. Sus temas fundamentales se relaci...
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Expressionism, one of the early twentieth century avant-garde art movements, had a major effect on the performing arts, especially in theatre and its related genres. Thus, this study examined the features of the Expressionist movement in theatre. For this purpose, we conducted a detailed literature review and analysis, and examined the social condi...
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This descriptive quantitative study describes Dance's effect and its different forms on mental health. The respondents of this study are students taking Bachelor of Performing Arts at City College of Angeles. The MEDQ (22-item) was utilized to gather data from the respondents through an online survey. The said questionnaire has undergone pilot test...
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Folk Dances are significant part of our culture and tradition as Filipino. According to studies and observations, students' interest towards our traditional dances is evidently decreasing, and further investigation must be conducted, and solutions to be provided to further increase students' love for culture and the arts. This correlational study a...
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TikTok has been one of the most used Social Networking Services (SNS) all around the world. It has grown into a platform with a broad range of content, including sports, fashion, performing arts, and education, which encourages the learners to join the community. This descriptive-correlational study aims to determine the relationship between TikTok...
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Listening to Country was an arts-led research project where, as an interdisciplinary team of practitioner-researchers, we worked with incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to produce a one-hour immersive audio work based on field recordings of natural environments. The project began with a pilot phase in Brisbane Women’s Correcti...
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This study aims to determine the relationship between gender and dance motivation to dance style choices of 85 students taking Bachelor of Performing Arts at City College of Angeles. The study was conducted through an online survey using Dance Motivation Questionnaire (DMQ). Frequency and percentage were used to describe the gender of the responden...
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El propósito de esta contribución es esbozar una formulación de la metafísica del arte y del artista en el pensamiento de Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), partiendo del supuesto que el cuerpo y su expresividad ocupan un papel central en la filosofía del arte nietzscheana. Nietzsche recurre a una concepción de la corporalidad como medio expresivo pa...
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The study sought to showcase the creative resources of the creative arts department of St Monica's College of Education in Ashanti Mampong in Ghana and explain these art works and their relevance to Ghanaian society. Interview and participant observation were some of the tools used to collect data for the study, sampling methods for the study compr...
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This is an examination of Washington, D.C.’s Sylvan Theater at three scales. Getting and keeping access to this stage is a theme that resonates through each perspective. At the broadest scale, the Sylvan was a national venue for social protest including civil rights from its founding in 1917 until at least the early seventies. Making use of this go...
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Este artículo tiene como objetivo el análisis de las desigualdades de género en el sector de las artes escénicas en España y, en concreto, las desigualdades que se manifiestan en el ámbito remunerativo. A partir de una muestra de ochocientos profesionales del sector, los resultados revelan una peor situación laboral de las mujeres, cuyas retribucio...
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A descriptive-correlational study which aims to determine the relationship between perfectionism and dance motivation of students learning the art form from selected local colleges in Pampanga, Philippines. DMQ and BTPS were used to gather data from (378) Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) and Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPeA) students. Pearson...
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Introduction. The substantiates the relevance of the study of creative tourism and the digitalization of society. The increasing digital needs of citizens are noted. The answer to the consumer’s request is the digitalization of the economy. It is indicated that creative tourism, using digital technologies, is able to ensure the restoration of the t...
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The development trend of tourism performance networking, although convenient for audience consumption, also makes the performance information present the development trend of big data. In the mass of information, how to accurately locate products and improve audience satisfaction is an urgent problem to be solved. In order to better explore the eva...
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There is no doubt that creative industries, along with care activities, are going to emerge as some of the most significant economic sectors of the future. Broadly speaking, the creative industries consist of advertising, architecture, arts and crafts, design, fashion, film, video, photography, music, performing arts, publishing, research & develop...
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Spiking Neural Networks~(SNNs) are a promising research paradigm for low power edge-based computing. Recent works in SNN backpropagation has enabled training of SNNs for practical tasks. However, since spikes are binary events in time, standard loss formulations are not directly compatible with spike output. As a result, current works are limited t...
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The No Unmeasured Confounding Assumption is widely used to identify causal effects in observational studies. Recent work on proximal inference has provided alternative identification results that succeed even in the presence of unobserved confounders, provided that one has measured a sufficiently rich set of proxy variables, satisfying specific str...
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Abstract Background. Professional musicians have often been compared with athletes. Both have a physically extremely demanding profession that entails a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal risks such as overuse syndromes. Although implementation of training standards and sports activities could considerably enhance the prevention of music-related dis...
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Starting from a brief analysis of the validity and applicability as a cognitive tool of the concept of emergency in the examination of the theatrical phenomenon, we evaluate the aspects related to the radical novelty that emergence implies as a phenomenon of systemic self-organization. Thus, taking into account both the ostensible nature of theatri...
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Performing arts represent a valid pedagogical and transformative experience for the person inhabi- ting the current time of fragility. Bodies, isolated from the pandemic, are brought back to the centre of educational institutions and social contexts of marginality. The emotional-bodily and affective-relational dimensions return as protagonists of t...
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In this article I intend to examine the rising popularity of erotic dances as a leisure activity in Western societies and question what exactly it is these dancers are reclaiming when using a discourse about sexual liberation and empowerment. In order to address the complexity of gender, sexuality and performance this study uses a queer post-struct...
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Senior management in tertiary institutions desires an efficient system that could help them assess and evaluate learning outcomes so that effective policies can be implemented to enhance teaching and learning. This gets intensified as broader issues arise and higher expectations are put on tertiary education—build a creative workforce and adapt to...
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The COVID‐19 pandemic of 2020 has had significant impacts on communities and infrastructures across the globe. Indigenous health experts have called for culturally responsive Government support to mitigate pre‐existing inequities and vulnerabilities in Indigenous communities. In Aotearoa New Zealand, official responses to the pandemic typically ref...
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The 400-meter hurdles running competition is characterized by the same as other activities of the arena and field games, from serial technical stages aiming to be coherent and elaborate performance in order to achieve the goal of movement, which is the shortest time possible to cross the distance through the hurdles, and it needs to develop the per...
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Neural networks are successfully used in a variety of applications, many of them having safety and security concerns. As a result researchers have proposed formal verification techniques for verifying neural network properties. While previous efforts have mainly focused on checking local robustness in neural networks, we instead study another neura...
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p>Jepin Tali Bui dance in general as an art form that was inherited by the culture of the old people. The Jepin Tali Bui dance continues to develop in West Kalimantan, both from the development of movement steps, music, property accompaniment, clothing and art performers. Where in terms of motion, it does not leave the typical movement of the jepin...
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Maritime surveillance of the Arctic region is of growing importance as shipping, fishing and tourism are increasing due to the sea ice retreat caused by global warming. Ships that do not identify themselves with a transponder system, so-called dark ships, pose a security risk. They can be detected by SAR satellites, which can monitor the vast Arcti...
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The coming of other research methodologies in performing arts seems to be an aspect related to the needs of the contemporary researchers of this area. The aim of this article is to present some characteristics of the research methodology named ethnographic surrealism, besides exposing some elements that bring it closer to and distinguish it from et...