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Title: Connecting Networks through Percussion: Rhythm as an Inclusive Practice in Socio-Educational Projects
Authors: Lopes, Eduardo
Berbel-Goméz, Noemy
Díaz-Goméz, Maravillas
Editors: Guerra, Anselmo
Keywords: Música
Educação Musical
Issue Date: Oct-2021
Publisher: UFG
Citation: Berbel-Goméz, Noemy; Lopes, Eduardo; Díaz-Goméz, Maravillas. 2021.“ Connecting Networks through Percussion: Rhythm as an Inclusive Practice in Socio-Educational Projects”. Música Hodie. Vol. 21. ISSN 2317-6776
Abstract: This study forms part of the project “Re-Inhabiting the Neighbourhood: Processes of Transformation and Empowerment Among Universities-Schools-Society through Artistic Practices”. Its main objective is to contribute to social transformation and citizen empowerment. It mainly explores the potential of rhythmic percussion to foster a sense of group cohesion among members of the community. Three workshops were held with the participation of 45 subjects, made up of primary school students, family members, school teachers, and university students. As in much sociology research, the approach is mixed-methods, allowing to have a broader understanding of the phenomena at study. The results highlight the key role of attentiveness and careful listening in achieving concentration and good cohesion, in addition to the importance of respect for fellow members and a sense of group belonging.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:CESEM - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica

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