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Music for Research Co-creation and Public Engagement

Format: Papers, RSD12, RSD12 Papers Pre-release

Sue Lattanzio
There is a growing body of research which evidences the power of music in building communities and bringing about social change. Indeed, you only need to attend a sports match to see how chants and anthems bond and unify a group. In this presentation we will share how the Made Smarter Innovation: Centre for People-Led Digitalisation used the creation of a song as a means to increase unity within their transdisciplinary community and as a tool to disseminate their research to the wider public. The presentation will conclude with a performance of the song which will either be pre-recorded or in-person, dependent on the availability of the songwriter.
Keywords: Transdisciplinary engineering
music
public engagement
co-creation

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Author(s): Sue Lattanzio
Year: 2023
Title: Music for Research Co-creation and Public Engagement
Published in: Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design
Volume: RSD12
Article No.: pre-release
URL: https://rsdsymposium.org/music-for-research-co-creation
Host: Georgetown University
Location: Washington DC, USA
Symposium Dates: October 6–20, 2023
First published: 30 September 2023
Last update: no update
Publisher Identification: ISSN 2371-8404

Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design, RSD12

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