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The Subservient, Co-equal, Affective, And Social Integration Styles And Their Implications For The Arts

February 21 2022 · By Jared O'Leary

In this episode Jared O'Leary unpacks Bresler’s (1995) publication titled “The subservient, co-equal, affective, and social integration styles and their implications for the arts,” which “examines the different manifestations of arts integration in the operational, day-to-day curriculum in ordinary schools, focusing on the how, the what, and the toward what” (p. 33).

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