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Basil Bernstein’s Theory of the Pedagogic Device Applied to Curriculum Construction in Music Education: From the Macro- to a Microview of Instructional Practices

Description: Presented at the Sixth International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education. This paper explains Basil Bernstein's theories of linguistic codes and pedagogic device, and is based on the premise that both the U.K. and the U.S. experience a cultural inversion.
Date: July 2009
Creator: Wright, Ruth & Froehlich, Hildegard

Cage’s short visit to the classroom: Experimental music in music education – A sociological view on a radical move

Description: Presented at the Sixth International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education. This paper examines some aspects of the cultural, ideological and aesthetic underpinnings of a music education movement whose prime feature has been the use of experimental music and music-making practices within classrooms.
Date: July 2009
Creator: Kanellopoulos, Panagiotis A.

The Charanga in New York, 1987-88: Musical Style, Performance Context, and Tradition

Description: This study describes the state of the charanga, a Latin popular music ensemble, in New York in 1987–1988. After sketching the historical background of the ensemble, I will present and analyze data derived from primary fieldwork with Orquesta Broadway and secondary work with La Orquesta Típica Novel and Charanga América in the domains of musical style, performance context, and tradition.
Date: 2020
Creator: Murphy, John P. (John Patrick)

Collaboration, Learning, and Connect

Description: Presented at the Sixth International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education. This paper describes the projects completed by music students at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil in a programme exploring how participatory arts projects can be led using highly student centered, creative approaches.
Date: July 2009
Creator: Feichas, Heloisa & Wells, Robert

Competing Discourses: The Interplay of Musical Style and Patronage in Recife’s New Popular Music Scene

Description: Paper on the factors that affected of alternative popular music in Recife, Brazil. The contrasts between the discourses of bands, producers, and patrons reflect larger tensions in the Recife alternative music scene, which in turn point towards ruptures in the relationship between mainstream and alternative cultural production in Brazil.
Date: July 6, 2001
Creator: Murphy, John P. (John Patrick)
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