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MOVE 2012–2020 : an evaluation of the design, development and direction of the MOVE

Currie, Ruth, Chalcraft, Jasper, Boswall, Karen, Gottesman, Shoshana and Higgins, Lee (2021) MOVE 2012–2020 : an evaluation of the design, development and direction of the MOVE. Project Report. York St John University, York.

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Between July and October 2021, the research team at the International Centre for Community Music (ICCM) undertook evaluation with MOVE, an international music and youth leadership exchange program.

The aim was to understand and highlight MOVE's developments and impacts between 2012 and 2020 and support the program partnership in its future developments. The project centred on the question: how is MOVE understood, as an experience and as a concept?

We asked this question as a way to learn more about the people who make MOVE happen, the musical and leadership experiences they have, and how this could be understood in the context of international development, cultural participation and learning, and music education. To support this, the MOVE research team conducted a literature review.

The literature review, led by Dr Jasper Chalcraft and supported by Dr Ruth Currie focuses on 3 concepts: transcultural capital, cultural hospitality, and embodied participation. A summary of this literature review can be found in our final report. However, it was important to ensure that the full literature review was available to anyone engaging with the report, or those who may like to know a little more about these concepts.

The research was conducted by Prof Lee Higgins (Principle Investigator), Dr Ruth Currie (Co-Investigator), Dr Jasper Chalcraft (Research Associate), Karen Boswall (Research Assistant), Shoshana Gottesman (Research Assistant).

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Additional Information: This evaluation has been undertaken by the International Centre for Community Music. The report is authored by Dr Ruth Currie, Dr Jasper Chalcraft, Karen Boswall, Shoshana Gottesman and Professor Lee Higgins. November 2021.
Status: Published
Subjects: M Music and Books on Music > M Music > M1627-1853 Folk, national and ethnic music
School/Department: School of the Arts
URI: https://ray.yorksj.ac.uk/id/eprint/7988

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