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CD Production Fights School Failure: Sociality through Music

Saether, Eva LU (2011) In Songs of Resilience p.221-237
Abstract
In Malmö Sweden, the percentage of school "dropouts" from year nine is 20%; this situation creates a challenge on many levels. In a multicultural city like Malmö, it poses questions about how segregation co-varies with school problems, and what political measures can be undertaken to address this. It also asks for pedagogic creativity - how do you motivate students who detest mainstream school and only associate it with dissappointments, dreariness and gloominess?
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Music, resilience, sociality, multicultural
in
Songs of Resilience
editor
Andy, Brader
pages
221 - 237
publisher
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN
1-4438-2652-9
978-1-4438-2652-5
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English
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yes
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  title        = {CD Production Fights School Failure: Sociality through Music},
  year         = {2011},
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