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LIVRES

They're smilling from ear to ear : wellbeing effects from social circus

Kekäläinen, Katri ; Kakko, Sofia-Charlotta ; Kinnunen, Riitta ; Lidman, Jukka
University of Tampere, 2013

The Social Circus project (2009 to 2011) developing social circus activity in Finland. The Social Circus project organised successful initiatives for social circus activity in different parts of Finland. However, more efforts were still needed to establish the activity because it became challenging to find financing to support the circus activity. The Effective Circus project was developed to answer this need. The main objective of the project ...


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MEMOIRES ET THESES

Research project on social circus programs : how social circus programs and institutions are promoting and respecting children’s rights

Marianthi, Mota
Berlin : Freie Universität Berlin, [2010]

Bringing together terms like circus and children’s rights may seem at first site uncombined. But what happens if circus get another meaning like…social circus? Circus as a tradition and a way of life is a living universal organism, a worldwide spoken language that is developing and following its own evolution paths. From traditional circus, to contemporary circus and from circus schools for professionals to social circuses, the circus world has ...


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ETUDES, GUIDES ET RAPPORTS

A guide to the study of the wellbeing effects of circus

Effective Circus Project ; Kekäläinen, Katri ; Kakko, Sofia-Charlotta
Tampere (Finland) : Effective Circus Project, 2013

This guide offers the actors in the social circus field the keys to the study and validation of the effects of the circus on wellbeing. The guide also explains how to collect information on these effects by using surveys and interviews, and for processing the information and compiling an information package without major investments in research. Any circus performer can easily collect at least a minimal amount of feedback. trained researchers ...


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