A Good Dancer Feminism

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Scientists found the answer to what makes woman a great dancer. Hip-movement swings, limbs moving independently and freely, are the secret to becoming a great dancer. Yet, there are two conflicting theories to why this makes a woman a great dancer. Researchers at Northumbria University in England, conducted a study using 39 females from universities across Britain. Results indicated that females dance to attract potential mates. Dancing is a way to show reproductive qualities and hormone levels. However, Helena Paterson, from the University Of Glasgow argues that it’s not about sexual desirability. She believes dancing is about attracting friendships and bonds with other people. Both theories are based off a much larger picture that is social …show more content…

In the article “What Makes a Women a Good Dancer” Kendra Cherry, says, “Social cognition is a sub-topic of social psychology that focuses on how people process, store, and apply information about other people and social situations.” Finally, it 's up to the reader to decide whether dancing is about sexual desire and femininity or friendship and …show more content…

Equally important, Pathos is an appeal to emotion, and is a way of convincing an audience of an argument by creating an emotional response. Stephen Yin, uses Pathos to sympathize with the emotions of the reader, illustrate an image, and create a sense of relatedness and familiarity. For instance, Steph Yin, begins by saying, “If you’re reading this at home, pause and put on a song you can’t resist dancing to. Go on, bop your head to the beat. Let yourself wiggle a bit. Throw in some arms and legs. If you’re reading this at work, maybe imagine these things at your desk.” Instead of using formal and proper language, Steph Yin, begins her article using common words and informal language. The benefits of Colloquialism is it will make it easier for younger audiences, teens and young adults, to take interest in what Steph Yin is writing. Key words such as “bop” and “beat” successfully hook readers by filling them with words they can relate with. On another note, the tone she utilizes here is almost a comical one for “ Throw in some arms and legs” can be a funny scene to witness nonetheless. As a result, Step Yin, successfully hooks her readers in the first paragraph, having most if not all her readers interested in the

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