Arts based research of participation in music education

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Arts based research of participation in music education. / Holgersen, Sven-Erik.

In: European Journal of the Philosophy of Arts Education, Vol. 4, No. 1, 12.2019, p. 27-53.

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Holgersen, S-E 2019, 'Arts based research of participation in music education', European Journal of the Philosophy of Arts Education, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 27-53. <http://www.ejpae.com/index.php/EJPAE/issue/view/5>

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Holgersen S-E. 2019. Arts based research of participation in music education. European Journal of the Philosophy of Arts Education. 4(1):27-53.

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Holgersen, Sven-Erik. "Arts based research of participation in music education". European Journal of the Philosophy of Arts Education. 2019, 4(1). 27-53.

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Holgersen S-E. Arts based research of participation in music education. European Journal of the Philosophy of Arts Education. 2019 Dec;4(1):27-53.

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Holgersen, Sven-Erik. / Arts based research of participation in music education. In: European Journal of the Philosophy of Arts Education. 2019 ; Vol. 4, No. 1. pp. 27-53.

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