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date: 05 June 2020

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This chapter explores issues of social justice in music education with technology in two key settings. The first of these relates to the provision of examinations in music and music technology within the United Kingdom. The second recounts a project conducted in Manchester, northwest England, that drew together two groups of students from very different musical and social backgrounds. These settings illustrate and highlight a number of issues relating to themes of social justice, technology, and music education. An alternative, more socially just, vision of music education with technology is envisaged, with key characteristics drawn from the work of other theorists, practitioners, and the research.

Keywords: music education, technology, social justice, examinations, social backgrounds

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