Las visiones de profesionales sobre proyectos intercomunitarios de educación musical en Irlanda del Norte

Oscar Odena

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Este artículo presenta una investigación cualitativa de las percepciones sobre actividades intercomunitarias de educación musical de catorce profesionales con experiencia con las dos comunidades principales en Irlanda del Norte (IN), la protestante y la católica. La segregación del sistema educativo se resume en el primer apartado, al que sigue un repaso de la bibliografía, algunas actividades intercomunitarias, y la metodología de investigación. Se analizaron doscientas dieciséis páginas de entrevistas con NVivo. Los entrevistados reflexionaron sobre actividades actuales, recuerdos de experiencias pasadas, miedos y esperanzas. Las actividades y sus objetivos varían dependiendode varios factores, siendo uno de los más importantes el nivel de reconocimiento de laintegración del entorno, que parece estar influenciado por el contexto socioeconómico. Estas actividades se ven como un medio efectivo para abordar los prejuicios entre los jóvenes. Sin embargo, el contexto de cada entorno delimita su potencial. En la conclusión se examinan las implicaciones educativas.

Palabras clave: educación musical intercomunitaria, inclusión, Irlanda del Norte. This


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