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Preserve Work in the DELRdi

Preserve Dissertation or Thesis Work in the DELRdi

NDEO invites submissions of dance education thesis or dissertations to the Dance Education Literature and Research descriptive index (DELRdi). The DELRdi database is designed to house citations for all available dance education research and literature published from 1926 onward. Dance education researchers are encouraged to share their thesis or dissertation citation and full-text link, if available, for preservation in the index. By submitting your thesis or dissertation, you will help build knowledge in the field and ensure that dance educators have access to your work for use in their own research, creative, and teaching practices.

Examples of Thesis Work in the DELRdi

  • Title: A comparison of experienced modern dancers to non-dancers in self image, body image, movement concept, and kinesthetic arm positioning
    • Author(s): Hann, Virginia Louise
    • Document Type: Thesis
    • Instituion: Washington State University
    • Year: 1973
    • Location: Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164, University of Oregon Microfiche

  • Title: A correlaion of musical ability and dance ability
    • Author(s): Stupp, Lillian Laura
    • Document Type: Thesis
    • Instituion: University of Wisconsin, Madison
    • Year: 1922
    • Location: University of Wisconsin Library, 728 State St., Madison, WI 53706 (Call #: AWM .ST958
    • Degree: MA
    • Pages: 46

Examples of Dissertation Work in the DELRdi

  • Title: Girls need to jam: A somatics-based hip-hop dance intervention and its impact on adolescent females

  • Title: Experiences in Contemporary dance choreographers of color in the Pacific Northwest

  • Title: The use of somatic training to improve pelvic tilt and lumbar lordosis alignment during quiet stance and dynamic dance movement
    • Author(s): Gamboian, Nancy
    • Document Type: Dissertation
    • Insitution: University of Oregon
    • Year: 1997
    • Location: University of Oregon Knight Library, Eugene, OR 97403.  UMI Proquest Digital Dissertations #9738707

  • Title: The development of an educational dance technique as a corrective physical education procedure
    • Author(s): Worthingham, Catherine
    • Document Type: Dissertation
    • Institution: University of Southern California
    • Year: 1931
    • Location: University of Southern California Library
    • Degree: DMA