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Sing your way to good mental health

‘To be heard’: The social and mental health benefits of choir singing for disadvantaged adults From Psychology of Music Adults living with a chronic mental illness or disability tend to participate less frequently in occupational and social interactions compared to … Continue reading

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The sociological interest and significance of the 2012 London Olympic Games

Special Issue: Sociology and the 2012 Olympic Games From Sociology The 2012 London Olympic Games provide an exciting focus for sociological analyses of the personal and public, local and global. This special issue of Sociology contributes timely theoretical, empirical and methodological reflections … Continue reading

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