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  1. Good day to everyone, I am here to ask you kindly for your help. I am currently trying to obtain data for my school project about ballet, which is problematic due to my place of residence. The questionnaire is anonymous and consists of just one question. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScn1NZKf5D5GfLhMwtaCaxPyYzyT8ya1nG1bgODjWN-REBP3A/viewform?usp=sf_link Thank you for your help! Regards
  2. Hello Everyone, Good Morning Following on from our last post we are now looking for responses from all (over 18's). We would like to know your own journeys with dance and what it gives you. See example below: "Ballet for me represents confidence, growth and freedom."- Jasper (West Midlands) Ideally we would be looking for responses to include first names and states (where you may recide). However this can simply be changed to UK/USA etc. where prefered. We looking forward to seeing your responses soon :). The responses will be used on our website (once sufficient written consent has been gained) under the section #myballetstory. If you would like to remain annoymous however this is possible too). Please note responses will be constructed into speech bubbles and possibly may be distributed on our social media channels too. Social: https://www.instagram.com/ballet_iam/ We aim to instill confidence and growth within all. Further hoping to inspire many with our project and also spread teh word on accessibility (and how we hope to work on this factor in our own way). Whilst promoting positivity, our interest with 'ownership' and more. Responses now open: balletiaminteractive@gmail.com [please email us here] Thank You Have a nice day Ash + Denise (Ballet I AM)
  3. Hello everyone, We are scientists from the Ruhr-University in Bochum in Germany and currently researching how athletes from different sports and at different proficiency levels differ in their personalities. We created a survey in which you are asked to characterize the typical athlete one meets in your sport and the ideal athlete for your sport. The survey takes about 20 minutes and as compensation, we will later inform you about the typical personality profile of your sport! Link to survey: https://bochumpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aUXD2hchsEOZ2N7?S=16 Feel free to share the link with other people of your/other sports! If you have questions, leave them in the comments and we will try to answer them. Thank you so much in advance!
  4. Hello Everyone, My name is Ash and I am a final year student, doing my final project on Ballet (and the accessibility of it). The project involves peoples stories and various media based formats looking to add to the accessibility of Ballet and draw light to the ownership of it (encompassed into an interactive website- coming soon). Currently, we are looking to learn more about peoples ballets stories and their own journey with all. Thus am looking for participants. If this interests you in any way then please email your responses to the following address: balletiaminteractive@gmail.com We look forward to sharing our project with you all soon! In the meantime why not give us a follow here to check out some exclusive content: [Instagram handle @ballet_iam]: Facebook Page: Ballet I AM *We have also attached our official 'about us' page too. Thank You Happy Viewing and Sharing Ash (University Student) & Denise (Co-Collaborators of 'Ballet I AM') Ballet- I AM (By Ash and Denise) (1).pdf
  5. If you have a spare 2 mins please would you mind completing this short survey for my daughters college course. She is researching "A dancers mentality". She would be very grateful for any contributions and happy to answer any questions. Thank you in advance for your help ???? https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PL5QXKB (Fingers crossed this link works ????)
  6. Hey! I am doing an important research project for school about ballet, and I need ballet dancers to answer a couple surveys! If you could answer them that'd be REALLY helpful. It only takes a couple minutes I promise! This one's for everyone, all genres and ages! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1vDac2aCMFGpA9Xzf7pjqNoDVdg_At43wpGF5uUC8JjA/edit And this one's for dancers who dance with pointe shoes! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1BfVFksNa-JCPFs77y5j_rSXe0RFXeRE1bEmj15dGRUU/edit
  7. Hiya, some of you might remember I posted a survey about Capezio as a brand, in particular the undergarment range. I've now finished the project and come up with new concepts and have created this follow up survey to see what the target audience think of them. So I would be very grateful if you could all fill this out please!! (You don't have to have done the previous survey) thank you!! please comment below if you have any further questions :') https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6GSR6XL
  8. Hiya, for my current fashion project i'm looking into how different brands promote and sell lingerie, my chosen brand is Capezio and I decided that Bloch is the biggest competitor. If anyone has any thoughts on the two and how Capezio could improve its lingerie section, your thoughts would be greatly appreciated Secondly, I'm wondering if anyone has any Capezio or Bloch packaging/carrier bags that they could photograph and send to me? I know Bloch used to do those massive canvas bags and I'm wondering if they still do? And I don't think I've ever bought anything from Capezio other than shoes that just come in a box, so I'd like to see what their bags and packaging are like too so I can consider this in my designs too. Thanks in advance!
  9. Hiya, if you've ever purchased anything from Capezio, can you please fill out this survey for my fashion research? It is anonymous and should only take about 5 minutes, thank you! http://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/3bpffTlm
  10. hello! I am studying the design of pointe shoes in my design class. I would really appreciate if anyone could take a few minutes to answer a survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/K9F3WZW THANK YOU!!!!!
  11. Hi, My name is Maylys, I am passionate about dance. I do ballet and many social danses too But in parallel I am studying psychology in PhD, and of course my research is about Dance! I post my survey here hoping that you will help me improve research knowledge about our community in the scientific sphere. To participate, you just have to follow this link : ​https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8FH525R​ It is a survey about how you feel when you dance. Your responses are confidential and anonymous (but the survey is a bit long I admit, because we study a lot of interesting stuffs !). It would be really nice of you to help me, and to participate. It will help us improve the understanding of dance and its benefits… See you soon, do not hesitate to ask me any questions
  12. Hi all! I'm currently conducting a survey about dance degrees and professional dance careers and will use the results to write an article. I would really appreciate any responses The link to it is here: http://goo.gl/tyPfQE Any dancer or former dancer is welcome to contribute, and the opinions of those who have dance degrees or are/were professional dancers would be especially valuable! Survey takes between 1 and 7 minutes, depending on how much information you want to provide. Thanks for your help!
  13. My name is Jacqueline Chinappi and I am a doctoral student with Capella University. I am contacting you in regards to recruitment of members from your online forums to be participants in the dissertation study. INFORMED CONSENT FORM Study Title: Body image perception examined: A comparison of ballet dancers with chronic skin disorders and ballet dancers without chronic skin disorders. Researcher: Jacqueline Chinappi Email Address and Telephone Number: jcataldo@capellauniversity.edu Research Supervisor: Brianna Eiter. Ph.D. Email Address: Brianna.Eiter@Capella.edu You are invited to be part of a research study. The researcher is a doctoral candidate at Capella University in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The information in this form is provided to help you decide if you would like to participate in the study. The form describes what you will do during the study and the risks and benefits of the study. If you have any questions or do not understand something in this form, please ask the researcher. I ask that you do not participate in the study until the researcher has answered your questions and you have all of the information necessary to decide to take part in this study. WHAT IS THIS STUDY ABOUT? The purpose of the study is to understand the relationship between chronic skin disorder and body image dissatisfaction, particularly with ballet dancer population. In addition, stress, social support, and self-esteem will be evaluated in dancers who do and do not have chronic skin disorders as well as non-dancers who do and do not have chronic skin disorders. HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL BE IN THIS STUDY? About 111 participants will take part in this study. WHY AM I BEING ASKED TO BE IN THE STUDY? You are invited to be in the study because you fall into one of the four groups: Inclusion criteria for eligibility: Group 1: • Over 18 years of age • Ballet dancer for at least 5 years • Currently diagnosed with chronic skin disorder Group 2: • Over 18 years of age • Ballet dancer for at least 5 years • Not currently diagnosed with chronic skin disorder Group 3: • Over 18 years of age • Non-dancer • Currently diagnosed with chronic skin disorder Group 4: • Over 18 years of age • Non-dancer • Not currently diagnosed with chronic skin disorder If you are a person that fits within any of the above categories then you are eligible to participate in the study. All participants must be over the age of 18.If you do not meet the description above, you are not able to be in the study. WHO IS PAYING FOR THIS STUDY? The researcher is a doctoral candidate at Capella University, but is not receiving funds to conduct this study. The researcher will not be paid for conducting the study. WILL IT COST ANYTHING TO BE IN THIS STUDY? There is no cost to participate in the study. HOW LONG WILL I BE IN THE STUDY? If you decide to be in this study, your participation will last about 1 hour. WHAT WILL HAPPEN DURING THIS STUDY? You will sign an informed consent form detailing the study. After completing the consent form you will be redirected to an online survey to: • Provide personal information about yourself such as age, gender, amount of years diagnosed with chronic skin condition, amount of years dancing. • Complete surveys about body image, stress, social support, and self-esteem. WILL BEING IN THIS STUDY HELP ME? Being in this study will not help you. Information from this study might help researchers help others in the future. ARE THERE RISKS TO ME IF I AM IN THIS STUDY? No study is completely risk-free. However, we don’t anticipate that you will be harmed or distressed during this study. You may stop being in the study at any time if you become uncomfortable. You should be aware, however, that there is a small possibility that responses could be viewed by unauthorized parties (e.g. computer hackers because your responses are being entered and stored on a web server) WILL I GET PAID? You will not receive anything for being in the study. DO I HAVE TO BE IN THIS STUDY? Your participation in this study is voluntary. You can decide not to be in the study and you can change your mind about being in the study at any time. There will be no penalty to you. If you want to stop being in the study, tell the researcher. WHO WILL USE AND SHARE INFORMATION ABOUT MY BEING IN THIS STUDY? Any information you provide in this study that could identify you such as your name, age, or other personal information will be kept confidential. No names will be used within the study nor will any names need to be provided in the surveys. All answers within the survey will be completely anonymous. In any written reports or publications, no one will be able to identify you. The researcher will keep the information you provide in a password protected computer in the researchers personal office and only the researcher, researcher’s supervisor, and dissertation committee will have access to the study data. Additionally, Capella University’s IRB, the Research Compliance Committee (RCC), or its designees may review your research records. Even if you leave the study early, the researcher may still be able to use your data. For example, if a survey is submitted with some questions left blank the researcher can still use the data that has been submitted. Limits of Privacy (Confidentiality) Generally speaking, the researcher can assure you that she/he will keep everything you tell him/her or do for the study private. Yet there are times where the researcher cannot keep things private (confidential). The researcher cannot keep things private (confidential) when: • The researcher finds out that a child or vulnerable adult has been abused • The researcher finds out that that a person plans to hurt him or herself, such as commit suicide, • The researcher finds out that a person plans to hurt someone else, There are laws that require many professionals to take action if they think a person might harm themselves or another, or if a child or adult is being abused. In addition, there are guidelines that researchers must follow to make sure all people are treated with respect and kept safe. In most states, there is a government agency that must be told if someone is being abused or plans to hurt themselves or another person. Please ask any questions you may have about this issue before agreeing to be in the study. It is important that you do not feel betrayed if it turns out that the researcher cannot keep some things private. WHO CAN I TALK TO ABOUT THIS STUDY? You can ask questions about the study at any time. You can call the researcher at any time if you have any concerns or complaints. You should call the researcher at the phone number listed on page 1 of this form if you have questions about the study procedures. Capella University’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) has been established to protect the rights and welfare of human research participants. Please contact us at 1-888-227-3552, extension 6313, for any of the following reasons: • You have questions about your rights as a research participant. • You wish to discuss problems or concerns. • You have suggestions to improve the participant experience. • You do not feel comfortable talking with the researcher. You may contact the IRB without giving us your name. We may need to reveal information you provide in order to follow up if you report a problem or concern. DO YOU WANT TO BE IN THIS STUDY? By clicking the link below you agree to the following statement: I have read this form, and I have been able to ask questions about this study. I voluntarily agree to be in this study. I agree to allow the use and sharing of my study-related records as described above. I have not given up any of my legal rights as a research participant. I will print a copy of this consent information for my records. CLICK link below to CONTINUE TO THE SURVEY if you agree to participate. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Balletdancersandchronicskindisorderdissertation
  14. Hello everyone, I’m a researcher working at the Dance Lab at the university of Hertfordshire in collaboration with the charity Dance UK and Trinity Laban. Together, we’re looking to develop a resilience toolkit for dancers to help them become more resilient to the everyday challenges of professional training. In order to look at elements of performance we're asking what does it mean to be a successful dancer or successful within the domain of dance. What does being successful in dance mean to you? Thanks so much in advance for your input!
  15. Hello everyone, I’m a researcher working at the Dance Lab at the university of Hertfordshire in collaboration with the charity Dance UK and Trinity Laban. Together, we’re looking to develop a resilience toolkit for dancers to help them become more resilient to the everyday challenges of professional training. We’re very much in the early stages of research but I was wondering if those of you who have been in professional training or are currently undergoing it would be able to tell me what aspects of dance training you find stressful. Thanks so much in advance!
  16. Hello ballet friends and teachers from all around the world! I am a ballerina from Indonesia and I really hope you can hear me out for a minute. I go to an IB school and I have to write 4000 word essay about this topic that I made: "The Effect of Nutrition Balance Towards Ballet Dancers" I would be very happy if you guys read and answer the questions carefully because this is really important to me. My essay will be sent to the IB which is in Cardiff, UK. And I need to know all the ballerinas in all over the world to see how they are doing. It will only take you about 10-15 minutes to answer all the questions on this website below https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFVINDNJT3huRHFTZjRDZmJ2TEhqY3c6MA I'm definitely looking forward on how this is going to turn out in the end. I really appreciate your time for those who have answered those questions on the website! It really means a lot to me! I hope I didn't disturb you guys at this time. If you have answered them already, please comment down below and say "done" Thank you very much! Hope you had a great day today Cheers! V.
  17. Hi guys! I'm new here! I really hope you can hear me out for a minute. I'm a ballerina from Indonesia. I go to an IB international school in Indonesia and I have to write 4000 word essay about Biology. I chose Ballet as my subject for my essay because I know it has something to do with Biology. My essay title is, "The Effect of Nutrition Balance Towards Ballet Dancers" and I have come up with a research question and that is: How can nutrition affect the weight and injuries frequencies of ballet dancers? I would be very happy if you guys read and answer these questions carefully because this is really important to me. My essay will be sent to the IB which is in Cardiff. I need to know all the ballerinas in all over the world and how they are doing. I'm definitely looking forward on how this essay is going to turn out in the end. It will only take you about 5 minutes to answer all these questions below P.S Mind the boxes below! Thank you! ------------------------------------------- Questionnaire 1. Name: ________________ 2. What is your age? a. Under 12 years old b. 13-15 years old c. 16-18 years old d. 19 or older 3. Gender: a. Female b. Male c. Not specified 4. What is your race? a. Asian (Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Paksitan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam) b. White (Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East) c. Black or African American (Any of the Black racial groups of Africa – includes Caribbean Islanders and other of African origin) d. American Indian or Alaska Native (North and South America <including Central America>) e. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (Hawaii, Guam, or other Pacific Islands) 5. What is your level in ballet? a. Intermediate Foundation b. Intermediate c. Advanced Foundation d. Advanced 1 e. Advanced 2 f. Solo Seal g. Other (please specify): ___________________ 6. How long have you been doing ballet? a. ???? 1-3 years b. ???? 3-5 years c. ???? 5-7 years d. ???? 7-9 years e. ???? 9 years and above 7. What is your body weight? (in kg) a. ???? 30 kg and below b. ???? 31-40 kg c. ???? 41-50 kg d. ???? 51-60 kg e. ???? 60kg and above 8. What is your height? (in cm) a. ???? Under 130cm b. ???? 130-145cm c. ???? 145-160cm d. ????160cm and above 9. Are you a: a. ???? Professional dancer b. ???? Dance student c. ???? Ballet teacher d. ???? Other (please specify): __________________ 10. Do you usually eat breakfast? a. ???? Yes b. ???? No If yes, please answer the next question. If no, please move on to question number 11. What do you normally eat for breakfast? (You can choose more than one) a. ???? Milk b. ???? Cereal c. ???? Bread d. ???? Muffin e. ???? Rice f. ???? Oatmeal g. ???? Yogurt h. ???? Eggs i. ???? Meat j. ???? Fish k. ???? Beans l. ???? Fruits m. ???? Vegetables n. ???? Other (please specify): _________________________ 11. Do you usually eat lunch? a. ???? Yes b. ???? No If yes, please answer the next question. If no, please move on to question number 12. What do you normally eat for lunch? (You can choose more than one) a. ???? Noodles b. ???? Sandwich c. ???? Fast food d. ???? Fruits e. ???? Crackers f. ???? Pizza g. ???? Chicken nuggets h. ???? Vegetables i. ???? Rice j. ???? Other (please specify): ____________________ 12. Do you usually eat dinner? a. ???? Yes b. ???? No If yes, please answer the next question. If no, please move on to question number 13. What do you normally eat for dinner? (You can choose more than one) a. ???? Steaks b. ???? Burgers c. ???? Hotdogs d. ???? Fish e. ???? Fast food f. ???? Salad g. ???? Pasta h. ???? Other (please specify): ___________________ 13. What is the most important meal for you in a day? a. ???? Breakfast b. ???? Brunch c. ???? Lunch d. ???? Dinner 14. Do you describe your eating habits as healthy? a. ???? Yes b. ???? No 15. Do you usually eat snacks? If yes, please tick the following: a. ???? Granola bars b. ???? Yogurt c. ???? Potato chips d. ???? Smoothies e. ???? Fruits f. ???? Cookies g. ???? Chocolate bars h. ???? Other (please specify): _________________ 16. How long do you usually have your snack after ballet training? a. ???? Below 5 minutes b. ???? 5-20 minutes c. ???? 20-35 minutes d. ???? 40-50 minutes e. ???? 50 minutes and above 17. Do you do warm up? a. ???? Yes b. ???? No 18. How many times do you train per week? a. ???? Once b. ???? 2 x per week c. ???? 3 x per week d. ???? 4 x per week e. ???? 4 and above 19. How long do you normally train on every training sessions? a. ???? 1-2 hours b. ???? 2-3 hours c. ???? 3-4 hours d. ???? 4 hours and above 20. How often do you attend competitions? a. ???? Every month b. ???? Once in a year c. ???? Twice a year d. ???? 4 times a year e. ???? Other (please specify): __________________ 21. How often do you perform? a. ???? Everyday b. ???? Every month c. ???? Once in a year d. ???? Twice in a year e. ???? Other (please specify): __________________ 22. Have you had any of the following injuries in training, rehearsal and/or performance? Tick as many boxes as appropriate a. ???? Muscular b. ???? Skeleton/bones c. ???? Joints d. ???? Other (please specify): __________________ e. ???? None 23. If you did have injuries, where were the sites of injury? Tick as many boxes as appropriate a. ???? Arms/hands b. ???? Shoulders c. ???? Neck d. ???? Upper back e. ???? Lower back f. ???? Ribs g. ???? Pelvis h. ???? Thighs i. ???? Lower legs j. ???? Feet k. ???? Elbows l. ???? Knees m. ???? Ankles 24. How long do you usually recover from your injury? a. ???? 1-3 days b. ???? 4-6 days c. ???? 7-14 days d. ???? 15-21 days e. ???? More than 21 days 25. How do you tend to phase your recovery after injury? a. ???? Take it slowly/follow professional advice b. ???? Return as quickly as possible c. ???? Follow my own instinct 26. If you are currently on a diet, please state briefly what it is: ____________________ 27. What nutritional supplements do you take? a. ???? None b. ???? Vitamins c. ???? Iron d. ???? Calcium e. ???? Other (please specify): ___________________ 28. Have you experienced any of these? Tick as many as are applicable a. ???? Tension with people b. ???? Performance anxiety c. ???? Depression d. ???? Stress due to external factors (eg. Bereavement, moving house) e. ???? Eating problems f. ???? Over-use of alcohol/drugs g. ???? General low self-confidence h. ???? Consistent difficulty in concentrating in class/rehearsal i. ???? General anxiety Thank you! J I really appreciate your time for those who have answered these questions above! It really means a lot to me! Thank you so much! Hope you had a great day and I hope I didn't disturb you guys at this time! Cheers! Verena
  18. Hello. Would anyone be kind enough to answer some questions I have about the full-time courses at the Royal Ballet School for ages 16-18? I'm actually a writer, and would like to know this in regards to a character I'm writing. It doesn't focus on her time at the school, she's not the main character, and most of these points I don't actually have to address in the work itself; but I would like to know them for my own understanding of the character, and I really like to get details right. So I'd really appreciate any help anyone would be kind enough to give me. Thank you very much!! My questions are: 1. It says on the RBS website that the courses at Covent Garden are three years long and begin in September. Is this the same as a university course, meaning it would begin in September 2014 and finish in summer 2017, with term breaks in the summer, etc.? If so, what month exactly does the course end in? 2. What sort of training background would someone need to have had to be accepted to one of the full-time courses for 16-18 year olds? Provided someone had been studying ballet from a young age and were an exceptional dancer, even if they'd had no training at anywhere prestigious before applying, is it possible that they could be accepted to the school? I would also like to ask if anyone knows how different procedure at the school was back in the mid-1970s? What I'd like to know is: 3. Were the full-time courses for 16-18 year olds still offered then, were they the same length as they are now, and did they give academic training alongside their dance training back then the same way they do now? 4. Were scholarships still offered then with the same or similar conditions as they are now? 5. Does anyone know what teacher training courses they offered back then – are they similar to the ones they offer now? I'm especially interested in the Course in Ballet Education Practice. In fact, any information about becoming a ballet teacher in the mid-70s would be really helpful, even if it doesn't involve the RBS! Thank you very much for taking the time to read this, and I'd very much appreciate any help anyone would be kind enough to give me!
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