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Arts-Involving Burning Man Festival as Co-Creation in Social Education Studies

  • Julie Borup Jensen
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The present chapter addresses the topic of co-creation in student learning processes concerning democracy and citizenship in social education studies at a Danish university college, Northern Jutland. The co-creational effects of experimenting with an arts-involving festival, inspired by the Nevada Desert event “Burning Man”, in collaboration with pedagogical staff and residents of local refugee and immigrant institutions and local communities, are investigated by means of socio-cultural and cultural-psychological perspectives on learning processes.

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  • Julie Borup Jensen
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  1. 1.Department of Learning and PhilosophyAalborg UniversityDenmark

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