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Co-herencia

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RODRIGUEZ-SANCHEZ, Andrea del Pilar  and  CABEDO-MAS, Alberto. Collective music spaces during and after the armed conflict as places for the preservation of the social fabric. Co-herencia [online]. 2017, vol.14, n.26, pp.257-291. ISSN 1794-5887.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17230/co-herencia.14.26.10.

Several studies have demonstrated that the joint musical practice can contribute to the construction of spaces of peace in those places where their communities have been subjected to violence. However, there is not one study in scientific literature that analyzes the impact of this type of collective musical spaces on social fabric. This article explores the effects of experiences with collective music practices in different contexts with communities that are or have been affected by armed conflicts or war. To this end, a systematic review of scientific literature and an exhaustive analysis of the localized studies were carried out. The selected final sample comprises a total of fifteen studies that show the capacity of collective musical spaces to serve as a support to the people and communities, victims both during and after the conflict.

Keywords : Community music; victims; armed conflict; social fabric; peace building..

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