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Learning, rehabilitation and the arts in prisons: a Scottish case study

Langue: EN

Posté par Jodie Crossley

This article investigates the role of the arts in enabling prisoners to engage with learning and improve their literacy, and the impact this has on their rehabilitation and desistance from crime. It draws on data collected from prisoners who participated in arts interventions in three different Scottish prisons. It argues that participating in the arts projects built an active learning culture and encouraged the improvement of verbal and written literacy skills through the use of positive pedagogical approaches. 

 

Auteur(s) de la ressource: 
Lyn Tett et al
Date de publication:
Lundi, 3 Septembre, 2012
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