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Master thesis

Danse et personnes âgées : « Pas de liaison et liaison par les pas »

Abstract : The objective is to study if the shared dance between the nurse and the residentscan first, enhance the elderlyperson's perception of themselves, as well as the perception of the professionals on the process of aging and on the residents' abilities, secondly, support the relation between the medical team and the residents as well as the creation of social relationships between the residents. At first, wedealtwith the concepts of oldage, dance and on the work of variouschoreographers. Secondly, weperformedourresearch by participating observation and used the semidirect interviews with the residents and with the staff to verifyourhypothesis. Duringourproject of shared dance, weobserved positive effects on the elderly on their body 's perception, their social relationshipswitheachothers and whatwecanbring to eachother in term of experiences and shared feelings. Our conclusion is that the shared dance allows an improvementconcerning the body's perception in elderly people, the social ties, and the relation nurse - resident and simultaneously, it assertstheirsingularities and differences.
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Diane Maix-Bertin. Danse et personnes âgées : « Pas de liaison et liaison par les pas ». Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2016. ⟨hal-01825101⟩



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