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Child & Noise

HOW DOES THE CHILD PERCIEVE THE SOUND ENVIRONMENT?

Authors: Huotilainen Minna, Irene van Kamp, Kerstin Persson Waye, Anita Gidlöf-Gunnarsson, Mette Sörensen, Bridget Shield, Jonas Christensson & Frans Mossberg (ed.)

An interdisciplinary symposium was held at Lund University in Sweden in march 2017 arranged by the Sound Environment Center aimed at shedding light on how sound environment affects children, spanning all the way from the prenatal stage to the young person enjoying loud music or engaging in other loud activities. Too seldom the question is asked of how the child percieves the surrounding sound environment.
This report from the Child & Noise symposium brings forward answers to this question as well as presents state-of-the-art knowledge of children and the world of sound, music and noise from top researchers in the field.

If you wish to read the publication it can be done here.

Child & Noise

Child & Noise

Huotilainen Minna, Irene van Kamp, Kerstin Persson Waye, Anita Gidlöf-Gunnarsson, Mette Sörensen, Bridget Shield, Jonas Christensson
Frans Mossberg (ed.)

 

Publications from Sound Environment Centre at Lund University No.17
2017
English

ISSN: 1653-9354
ISBN: 978-91-976560-5-4