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Dance 232: Movement Analysis  

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Steps for the project:

 

  1. State your research topic with questions and initial thesis statement.  Include lenses that you will use to answer your questions.
  2. Describe two or more movement activitites/events and sources you plan to observe or participate in.
  3. Provide a bibliography of resources that support your research.

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