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The Syrian conflict has drastically affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of refugees. The terrorist attacks in Paris have also impacted perception about and attitudes toward refugees, sparking debate about immigration policy throughout the global community. We will investigate how music is used as a coping mechanism for homesick and heartsick Syrian refugees, explore the role of music in the Paris attacks, and discuss the power of music in cultural warfare. Presented by Nathan Bowen, PhD at Moorpark College Multicultural Day April 12, 2016

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The Syrian conflict has drastically affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of refugees. The terrorist attacks in Paris have also impacted perception about and attitudes toward refugees, sparking debate about immigration policy throughout the global community. We will investigate how music is used as a coping mechanism for homesick and heartsick Syrian refugees, explore the role of music in the Paris attacks, and discuss the power of music in cultural warfare. Presented by Nathan Bowen, PhD at Moorpark College Multicultural Day April 12, 2016

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