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"Framing Marginalised Art"
27 Jun 2012
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Sensitive care and ethical review should be applied in consideration of the manner of sharing information to distinguishable audiences. The appropriateness of information to be shared with a relatively small number of people at academic, medical, psychological, or art therapy symposia, is substantially different from that to be exposed to the general public or young school children. Framing Marginalised Art (Jones, Koh, Veis, and White, 2010) is recommended as a policy guide for ethical decisions in the production of health-theme based programs. 

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