“Exploring the impact of music on the psycho-social well-being and life skills development of Liverpool's children, young people and their local communities”

ANNA BUSSU, Dr Marta Mangiarulo

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Abstract

This report presents the findings of the empirical research project (2022-2023) “Exploring the impact of music on the psycho-social well-being and life skills development of Liverpool's children, young people and their local communities”. The aim of this research is to understand the value of music participation and its impact on children, young people, their families and school teachers, with a specific focus on EMAE (EARLY MUSIC AS EDUCATION) learning programmes and activities
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEdge Hill University
Commissioning bodyEarly Music as Education
Number of pages128
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2023

Keywords

  • Life Skills
  • music
  • young people
  • children
  • Qualitative research

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