Music and the Collective Life of the Prison

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Waller, C. (2023). Music and the Collective Life of the Prison. in: Peters, E (ed.) Music in Crime, Resistance, and Identity London
AuthorsWaller, C.
EditorsPeters, E
KeywordsMusic, Prison, Atmosphere, Collective Life, Prisoner Relationships, Prisoner Society
Year2023
Book titleMusic in Crime, Resistance, and Identity
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Music and the Collective Life of the Prison
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Place of publicationLondon
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Deposited08 Dec 2022
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