Whose Power, Whose Language? Exploring Issues of Power and Language in Music Therapy
Keywords:power and language; music therapy; multilingual; spoken language; English language dominance
This special issue explores the topic of power and language in music therapy in the various ways it manifests within and beyond music therapy. We, the guest editors, are a group of four people at different points of their academic career, some have English as their primary languages and others don’t, we are neurodivergent and neurotypical, living in Norway, Japan, and the US. Our group consists of two music therapists, a musicologist, and an AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) researcher.
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