Musical pathways to the peer community: A collective case study of refugee children’s use of music therapy
Peer reviewed, Journal article
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OriginalversjonNordic journal of music therapy. 2021, . 10.1080/08098131.2021.1891130
The quality of refugee children’s social life in the host country is essential to their health and development. Both practice and research indicate the relevance of music therapy in this respect, but our understanding of how music therapy can contribute to refugee children’s social wellbeing is still limited. This article explores how participation in music therapy in a public primary school can nurture refugee children’s readiness to collaborate with peers.