A Nonverbal Discourse Analysis of Gender in Undergraduate Educational Gymnastics Sequences Using Laban Effort Analysis

Nilges, Lynda M.
April 2000
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr2000, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p287
Academic Journal
Analyzes the role of gender as a nonverbal discourse in educational gymnastic sequences. Explanation of postmodern theory on human movements as an integral discourse in the formation of gender identity; Factors to consider in studying the embodiment of gender; Assessment on the sexual difference in combine works of various movements.


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