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|Title: ||DANCE AS A COMMUNICATION TOOL USING OBITUN AS A CASE STUDY|
|Authors: ||ADEOYE, ADETUTU BOLUWATIFE|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2015|
|Publisher: ||FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE EKITI|
|Citation: ||Adeoye, M.A. “Theatre Design And Traditional Dance: The Anthropomorphic Image of the Cat in the Tiv’sTsuetsele” Dance journal of Nigeria. Vol.1 No.1.Monsco prints 2014 (344-354)|
|Series/Report no.: ||TMA/11/0088;|
|Abstract: ||The focus of this study is on communication in dance using one of the Yoruba dances of
the Ondo people in Ondo State.
This work is divided into four chapters. Chapter One entails the introduction, Background
to study, Purpose of the Study, Significance of the Study, Scope of the study, Limimtation of the
study and the Mehodology.
Chapter two entails what dance is from different scholars, communication in dance,
aesthetics and semiotics in dance.
Chapter three covers the history of Obitun Rite to dance, the theatrical elements used,
Obitun dance performance (A description), communication in Obitun dance using Aesthetics and Semiotics. Finally, chapter four entails summary, recommendation and conclusion.|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Theatre Arts Thesis|
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