Dear Tangofolly Members,
The global Covid-19 pandemic affects all our lives. A team of researchers at Middlesex University are embarking on a project, which I hope you would consider worthwhile, on dance and perceived mental and physical well-being. The results could be used as a piece of evidence to promote dance at the forefront of our health and well-being, and raise the importance of the dance industry.
We would be grateful if you could fill in the survey via the link below. It takes about 10 minutes. Unfortunately, as we are an academic body, we cannot offer any monetary reward, but, we are offering everyone who participates a copy of a summary of the results.
The link will remain open until 29 November 2020 at 00:00hrs (midnight).
[ THE SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED ]
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you very much for your time.
Best wishes and stay safe,
Dr. Akiko Ueno, MBA, Ph.D, FHEA
Senior Lecturer in Marketing
The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT
Dear fellow tangueros,
I am a student of Arts Management and a dance enthusiast. I am writing master thesis about communication in the international tango scene and I would really appreciate your experience and opinions.
The questionnaire should not take more than 5 minutes to complete and your responses are completely anonymous. (11 questions, mostly straightforward) If you’d be so kind and share this with your tango friends, it would be a big help for me!
In case you’re also organizer of an tango event, please take part also in the organizer’s survey: Organiser’s Survey
(It’s even shorter – for 3 minutes – 7 questions)
I will happily answer your questions and share with you the results!
Thank you for your time!
Dear tango friends! Please fill out our survey! And please share the link!
We all want to dance with joy and without pain, but sometimes this is not the case. Tava and I would like to collect some data on what body issues tango dancers are going through, and we hope to share the results of this survey with tango teachers and tango dancers, as a first step towards addressing common body issues in a well-informed way.
by Per Pelle Berséus