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Title Cultural intersections in music therapy music, health, and the person / edited by Annette Whitehead-Pleaux & Xueli Tan
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Contents Cover Image; Title Page; Copyright & Permissions; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Contributors; Preface; The Beginning; The Book Design; About the Authors; The World in Which We Live; The Journey Begins; Unit I: Understanding Discrimination, Oppression, and Bias; Chapter 1. Discrimination and Oppression: Annette M. Whitehead-Pleaux; Introduction and Definitions; The Matrix of Domination/Interlocking Systems of Oppression Theory; The Effects of Oppression on Individuals; Conclusion; References
Chapter 2. I DonĂ¢#x80;#x99;t See You as Black/Gay/Disabled/Muslim/etc.: Microaggressions in Everyday Encounters: Susan HadleyPersonal Context; Overview of Microaggressions; Increasing Awareness: Making the Invisible Visible; Developing and Maintaining Anti-Oppressive Practices: Habit Formation and Vigilance; References; Chapter 3. Reflecting on Personal Bias: Nicole D. Hahna; Overview: Implications of Personal Bias; Unpacking White Privilege; Feminist Theory; Personal Bias and Music Therapy; Conclusion; References; Unit II: Cultures of Heritage
Chapter 4. Music Therapy with Hispanic/Latino Clients: Karen EstrellaMy Story; Introduction; Worldview: Diversity Within the Culture; Generational/Migration Differences Within the H/L Culture: The Role of Acculturation/Assimilation and Bicultural Identities; Cultural Values and Health and Wellness; Music in Hispanic/Latino Culture; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5. East and Southeast Asian Culture: Xueli Tan & Feilin Hsiao; Introduction: Defining Asia; Diversity Within the Culture; Worldviews; Historical Realities Versus Popular Myths; Gender and Body Image
Historical Realities Versus Popular MythsMeaning and Function of Music; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7. Discovering Arab/Middle Eastern Culture: Aksana Kavaliova-Moussi; Introduction; Historical Realities Versus Popular Myths; Cultural Values and Norms; Gender Differences; Generational Differences; Acculturation and Assimilation; Minority Discrimination; Meaning of Medicine and Well-Being; Arab/Middle Eastern Music and Its Function; Enabling Health and Well-Being: Recommendations for Music Therapists; Conclusion; References; Appendix A; Appendix B
Overlapping Identities: Dual and Triple Minority StatusesModels of Acculturation and Assimilation in Asian Culture; Meaning of Medicine and Well-Being; Health-Seeking Behaviors and the Use of Mental Health Services; Meaning and Function of Music; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6. Music Therapy in the South Asian-American Diaspora: Sangeeta Swamy; Introduction; Worldview; Diversity Within the Indian Subcontinent; Gender Differences; Acculturation; Generational Differences and Ethnic Identity; Minority Stress; Meaning of Medicine and Well-Being; Enabling Health and Well-Being
Summary This is the first comprehensive textbook on multicultural dimensions of music therapy. The editors pass the literary microphone to the authors-all music therapists who have found belonging and identity in diverse cultures. The authors examine how music therapy is relevant within an individual's cultural context through personal and scholarly explorations. The chapters are separated into three sections:1. Understanding oppression and bias;2. Minority cultures within North America3. Inclusive music therapy practice and education. This focused examination prompts the reader to listen to myriad min
Subject Multiculturalism.
Music therapy.
MEDICAL -- Pharmacology.
Music therapy.
Form Electronic book
Author Tan, Xueli, editor.
Whitehead-Pleaux, Annette, editor.
ISBN 1937440982