Effetti della partecipazione a gruppi musicali per genitori e infanti su sviluppo comunicativo e genitorialità: confronto fra gruppi di flauto e di canto [= Effects of longitudinal music groups for infants and parents on communication and parenting: comparison between song and flute groups]

Hadar, Tamar, Boem, Sara and Franco, Fabia ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1327-1080 (2018) Effetti della partecipazione a gruppi musicali per genitori e infanti su sviluppo comunicativo e genitorialità: confronto fra gruppi di flauto e di canto [= Effects of longitudinal music groups for infants and parents on communication and parenting: comparison between song and flute groups]. In: Gruppi sonori: Dalla tradizione alla cura. Degli Stefani, Mario and Guadagnini, Manuela, eds. CLEUP/Fondazione G. E. Ghirardi Onlus, Padova (Italy), pp. 162-189. ISBN 9788867879755. [Book Section]

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Abstract

This chapter is included in an Italian book. The study reported here involved two separate parent-infant groups meeting weekly for three months and differentiated by the musical tool used by the group leader: flute or song. The groups were otherwise structured in the same way, with identical number and type of musical routines. A key aspect of the groups was that music was used as a communicative medium, not as entertainment. The interdisciplinary framework of the study combined structured, scientific observation and music therapy techniques. Qualitative analyses of interviews with participating parents highlighted some common themes as well as some specific themes for the two types of group. In general, parents felt that the groups had empowered them in their communication skills with their infants and that their infant had also acquired new communication skills. The study also piloted if the participating families would continue to use a CD with their group routines for three months following attendance, with very positive results.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: Text in Italian.
Research Areas: A. > School of Science and Technology > Psychology
Item ID: 25677
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Depositing User: Fabia Franco
Date Deposited: 26 Nov 2018 11:33
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2022 08:55
URI: https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/25677

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