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Title Songs of resilience / edited by Andy Brader.
Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars, 2011.

Series Meaningful music making for life series ; book 1
Meaningful music making for life series ; bk. 1.
Subject Music, Influence of.
Music -- Psychological aspects.
Music -- Social aspects.
Music therapy.
Resilience (Personality trait)
Alt Name Brader, Andy,
Description 1 online resource (255 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Producing better outcomes : music and public services / Andy Brader -- Resilience : thriving beyond adversity / Kate Lemerle and Donald E. Stewart -- Songs for survival : exploring resilience and resistance in the contemporary songs of indigenous Australian women / Katelyn Barney and Lexine Solomon -- Street dance and adolescent wellbeing : using hip-hop to promote resilience in youth / N. Harris [and others] -- Dovetailing discourses of emergent resiience in Vanuatu / Thomas Dick and Marcel Meltherorong -- Singing for mental health and wellbeing : community initiatives in England / Stephen Clift [and others] -- Resourcing resilience through recreational music programs / Ben Farr-Wharton [and others] -- Voices of the unheard / Brian Procopis and Steve Dillon -- We shall overcome : transcending the challenges of autism using a resilience framework / Donald DeVito -- A life-long song of resilience : in pursuit of Abraham Hagholm / Peter Berry -- CD production fights school failure : sociality through music / Eva Sæther -- Music is a wordless knowing of others : resilience in virtual ensembles / Steve Dillon.
Summary Annotation The chapters of this book form a persuasive chorus of social practices that advocate the use of music to build a capacity for resilience in individuals and groups. As a whole they exemplify music projects that share common features aligned with an ecological view of reform in health, education and social work systems. Internationally renowned and early career academics have collaborated with practitioners to sing 'Songs of Resilience'; some of which are narratives that report on the effects of music practices for a general population, and some are based on a specific approach, genre or service. Others are quite literally 'songs' that demonstrate aspects of resilience in action. The book makes the connection between music and resilience explicit by posing the following questions Do music projects in education, health and social services build a measurable capacity for resilience amongst individuals? Can we replicate these projects' outcomes to develop a capacity for resilience in diverse cultural groups? Does shared use of the term 'resilience' help to secure funding for innovative musical activities that provide tangible health, education and social outcomes?
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781443827591 (electronic bk.)
1443827592 (electronic bk.)
1443826529
9781443826525
OCLC # 825767732
Additional Format Print version: Songs of resilience. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars, 2011 1443826529 (OCoLC)683414165


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