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University-Community Links: Connecting Universities, Schools, and Communities Through Music Video Production

  • Tom C. Vogt

Abstract

This paper seeks to demonstrate some of the basic principles of Participatory Action Research (PAR), primarily through a very concrete example of music video production. After a brief historical sketch of PAR, “University-Community Links” projects in California will be discussed as ways of extending PAR into community based research (see http://uclinks.berkeley.edu). Finally, an example from related project work here in Augsburg, Germany, will be discussed, where students from the University of Augsburg worked together with local youth in producing a music video.

Keywords

Young Girl Participatory Action Research Music Video Digital Storytelling Multimedia Production 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tom C. Vogt
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  1. 1.Institute of Media und Educational-TechnologyUniversity of AugsburgAugsburgGermany

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