ROD U PREDODŽBAMA: STEREOTIPIZACIJA U KLASIČNOM BALETU. (Croatian)

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    • Alternate Title:
      GENDER IN PERCEPTIONS: STEREOTYPES IN CLASSICAL BALLET. (English)
    • Abstract:
      Theoretical considerations of dance from the feminist perspective mostly point to the subordination of women in dance. Without pretending to dispute it, this paper points to yet insufficiently discussed stigmatization of male dancers. It has frequently been attempted to oppose the stereotypical image of male ballet dancers as feminine by colouring the ballet with protective hues through sports discourse, most often employing the strategy of emphasizing macho men in dance. The aim of this paper is to question the assumptions which are the basis for shaping prejudice about men in dance, which - in classical ballet primarily - stigmatize them and associate them with homosexuality. It is interesting to see how the homosexual aesthetics of the ballet world has led to the allegedly homosexual orientation of male ballet dancers. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Teorijska promišljanja plesa iz feminističke perspektive uglavnom ukazuju na subordinaciju žena u plesu. Bez pretenzija da se to opovrgava, u ovom se radu ukazuje na nedovoljno uviđanje stigmatizacije plesača u odnosu na plesačice. Čest pokušaj kontriranja feminilnom stereotipiziranju muških plesača u baletu protekcionističko je koloriranje baletnoga svijeta posredstvom sportskoga diskursa, najčešće strategijom isticanja mačo muškaraca u plesu. Namjera je ovoga rada da preispita pretpostavke iz kojih su se uobličile predrasude o muškarcima u plesu, koje ih, prvenstveno u klasičnom baletu, stigmatiziraju i povezuju s homoseksualnošću. Zanimljivo je pratiti kako iz predstavljanja heteroseksualne estetike baletnoga svijeta proizlazi navodna homoseksualna orijentacija muških baletnih plesača. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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