Date of Award
Campus Access only theses
Bachelor of Arts
School or College
College of Communication and Fine Arts
This paper looks to analyze the effects of technology’s growing sources of entertainment on the market for live dance. The paper discovers qualitatively; what factors affect attendance for live dance performances through the lens of a general social preference profile developed through statistical modeling using a survey sampling from the United States population in years 1993, 1998, 2000, and 2002. Findings shed light on behavioral economic factors and foundational values for live dance arts that directly affect its demand in the face of growing digital entertainment.
Williams, Bennett E., "Live Dance Attendance and Alternative Forms of Entertainment: A Study of Preference Profiles for Live Dance Attendance in Relation to Potential Imperfect Technological Substitutes" (2016). Dance Undergraduate Theses. 92.