Question: do you see influences of social dances from past generations...
Do you see influences of social dances from past generations in
today's popular social dances?
, Is social dance important or valuable to our present-day lives?
Does it belong in contemporary society or was it more for people of past generations?
What specifically is or is not valuable or beneficial?
Are there skills or traditions that social dance might effectively teach or allow people to practice that could relate to other areas of life (work, family, etc.) and are there any critical views on this?
E.g. Communication, etiquette, physical contact, societal roles/responsibilities, connection or sense of belonging, etc.