Safe Dance report II

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Safe Dance II makes recommendations for extended dance teacher education and reassessment of the physical and psychological environment for teenagers in intensive dance training. Tony Geeves undertook this research as part of his PhD studies, six years after the publication of the Safe Dance Project Report.

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