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Kinesthetic empathy in creative and cultural practices [electronic resource] / edited by Dee Reynolds and Matthew Reason.

Publication:
Bristol, UK ; Chicago, IL : Intellect, 2012.
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Book
1 online resource (338 p.)
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Subjects:
Dance -- Psychological aspects.
Social interaction.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
A key interdisciplinary concept in our understanding of social interaction across creative and cultural practices, kinesthetic empathy describes the ability
Contents:
FrontCover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; Part I: Mirroring Movements: Empathy and Social Interactions; Introduction; Chapter 1: Knowing Me, Knowing You: Autism, Kinesthetic Empathy and Applied Performance; Chapter 2: Kinesthetic Empathy and Movement Metaphor in Dance Movement Psychotherapy; Chapter 3: Affective Responses to Everyday Actions; Part II: Kinesthetic Engagement: Embodied Responses and Intersubjectivity; Introduction; Chapter 4: Cinematic Empathy: Spectator Involvement in the Film Experience
Chapter 5: Musical Group Interaction, Intersubjectivity and Merged SubjectivityChapter 6: Kinesthetic Empathy and the Dance's Body: From Emotion to Affect; Part III: Kinesthetic Impact: Performance and Embodied Engagement; Introduction; Chapter 7: Kinesthetic Empathy in Charlie Chaplin's Silent Films; Chapter 8: Effort and Empathy: Engaging with Film Performance; Chapter 9: Breaking the Distance: Empathy and Ethical Awareness in Performance; Part IV: Artistic Enquiries: Kinesthetic Empathy and Practice-Based Research; Introduction
Chapter 10: R e-Thinking Stillness: Empathetic Experiences of Stillness in Performance and SculptureChapter 11: Empathy and Exchange: Audience Experiences of Scenography; Chapter 12: Photography and the Representation of Kinesthetic Empathy; Part V: Technological Practices: Kinesthetic Empathy in Virtual and Interactive Environments; Introduction; Chapter 13: T he Poetics of Motion Capture and Visualisation Techniques: The Differences between Watching Real and Virtual Dancing Bodies; Chapter 14: Interactive Multimedia Performance and the Audience's Experience of Kinesthetic Empathy
Chapter 15: Kinesthetic Empathy Interaction: Exploring the Concept of Psychomotor Abilities and Kinesthetic Empathy in Designing Interactive SportsEquipmentConclusion; Notes on Contributors; Index; BackCover
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Reynolds, Dee.
Reason, Matthew, 1975-
ISBN:
1-283-86370-7
1-84150-700-8
OCLC:
818847032