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


Auteurs : Kekäläinen, Katri (Auteur) ; Kakko, Sofia-Charlotta (Auteur) ; Kinnunen, Riitta (Auteur) ; Lidman, Jukka (Auteur)

Éditeur : University of Tampere

Date de publication : 2013

ISBN : 978-951-44-9318-8

Langue : Anglais

Description : 64 p. : ill. coul. ; 21 cm.

Sujets :
Social Circus Project
Cirque social - Finlande
Bénéfices des arts du cirque chez les jeunes
Bénéfices des arts du cirque chez l'enfant

Dépouillement du document :
The Background of the Publication /Sofia-Charlotta Kakko

Wellbeing Effects from Social Circus/ Riitta Kinnunen, Jukka Lidman
Social Development Co Ltd

1. Wellbeing Effects from Circus Activity

2. Children and Young People
2.1. Circus for the Young People at Risk of Social Exclusion
2.2. Circus for Children
2.3. Children’s and Young People’s Experiences from Circus Activity

3. Families
3.1. Family Circus
3.2. Family Circus for Small Children
3.3. Baby Circus

4. Elderly Participants

5. Visually Impaired Participants

6. Participants with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

7. Conclusion

Three Perspectives into the Future
– Katri Kekäläinen
Every Lived Life Has Value
Art Penetrates the Entire Mind
Cirque du Monde Puts the Social Circus Researchers on the Same Map

Résumé :
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 was to provide the circus organisations with the tools for demonstrating the wellbeing effects of their activity thus increasing the funding opportunities and employment in the field. Another important objective was to increase dialogue between the municipalities and the circuses and to productize and mainstream existing wellbeing services in working seminars organised for the municipalities and circus actors.[editor summary]

Remerciement au donateur : Dean Kriellaars

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 361.7 K289t 2013

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