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  • 1. The occupation I have chosen to base this photo presentation around is dance. Dance was a huge part of my second fieldwork placement in my first year of study. My placement was at a day programme and vocationalservice centre that works to provide opportunities for peoplewho would otherwise be marginalized, to participate in their community.My placement was in one of the dance programmes that they held each week which explored different types of music, different styles of dance and music appreciation.
  • 2. Bonds that draw and keep people occupiedtogether may include shared beliefs, sharedinterests shared experiences shared kinship.(Chistiansen & Townsend 2010)
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