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Exploring Inclusive Therapeutic Soundscapes

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Exploring Inclusive Therapeutic Soundscapes. / Kaley, Alex; Milligan, Christine; Hatton, Chris.

Sounding Places : More-Than-Representational Geographies of Sound and Music. ed. / Karolina Doughtey; Michelle Duffy; Theresa Harada. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2019. p. 21-36.

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Harvard

Kaley, A, Milligan, C & Hatton, C 2019, Exploring Inclusive Therapeutic Soundscapes. in K Doughtey, M Duffy & T Harada (eds), Sounding Places : More-Than-Representational Geographies of Sound and Music. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 21-36. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788118934.00009

APA

Kaley, A., Milligan, C., & Hatton, C. (2019). Exploring Inclusive Therapeutic Soundscapes. In K. Doughtey, M. Duffy, & T. Harada (Eds.), Sounding Places : More-Than-Representational Geographies of Sound and Music (pp. 21-36). Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788118934.00009

Vancouver

Kaley A, Milligan C, Hatton C. Exploring Inclusive Therapeutic Soundscapes. In Doughtey K, Duffy M, Harada T, editors, Sounding Places : More-Than-Representational Geographies of Sound and Music. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 2019. p. 21-36 https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788118934.00009

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Kaley, Alex ; Milligan, Christine ; Hatton, Chris. / Exploring Inclusive Therapeutic Soundscapes. Sounding Places : More-Than-Representational Geographies of Sound and Music. editor / Karolina Doughtey ; Michelle Duffy ; Theresa Harada. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2019. pp. 21-36

Bibtex

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