Exploring Social Justice

Publisher : Canadian Music Educators' Association

ISBN-13 : 0981203809

Page : 376 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 809 voters

The twenty-seven contributors to this book are professors, teachers, and students representing all parts of Canada, as well as the USA, Brazil, Norway, Finland, and South Africa. They wrestle with the meaning and practice of social justice in and through music education.

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