Music, Policy, and Place-Centered Education: Finding Space for Adaptability
by Patrick K. Schmidt — 2012
The rationale for an education in and through music that this chapter provides is centered on place, arguing that it can offer a rupture in persistently reproductive patterns within education. It does so by considering place as an influential construct in the development of our capacities for reflective praxis.
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