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Title: Learning Processes and Social Mobilization in a Swedish Metropolitan Hip-Hop Collective
Authors: Beach, Dennis
Sernhede, Ove
Department: University of Borås. School of Education and Behavioural Sciences
Other
Issue Date: Sep-2012
Journal Title: Urban Education
ISSN: 0042-0859
Volume: 5
Issue: 47
Pages: 939-958
Publisher: Corwin Press, Inc.
Media type: text
Publication type: article, peer reviewed scientific
Keywords: learning
social mobilization
hip-hop
Subject Category: Subject categories::Social Sciences::Social Sciences::Pedagogy
Subject categories::Social Sciences::Social Sciences
Strategic Research Area: Teacher education and education work
Abstract: Based on ethnographic research on the encounter between local culture and schools in multicultural suburban areas, this article explores possibilities suggested by autonomous learning activities in a hip-hop collective that may have a potential to break urban segregation patterns. The collective?s artistic production raises questions that have not been answered in schools, such as how the increasing class divisions between different parts of the urban landscape should be understood and dealt with. Different types of learning are identified connected to the self, others, and careers. Implications for schooling are briefly discussed.
DOI: 10.1177/0042085912437415
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2320/11305
Sustainable development: sustainable development
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