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Chapter 14 Notes

by: Amy Turk

Chapter 14 Notes MUS-22121-001

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Music as identity.
Music As A World Phenomenon
Dr. Priwan Nanongkham
Class Notes
self, Awareness, Music, Identity, Fieldwork, publishing
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amy Turk on Friday May 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MUS-22121-001 at Kent State University taught by Dr. Priwan Nanongkham in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Music As A World Phenomenon in Music at Kent State University.


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Date Created: 05/20/16
WORLD MUSIC CHAPTER 14    ● identity is self awareness = self awareness develops over time  ● the kind of music you listen to says much about the type of person you are and your  cultural background  ○ music is a manifestation of the personal and social identities of an individual or  group  ● through just a few music examples, the spiritual beliefs, political philosophies, moral  values, attitudes, and activities of many aspects of life are revealed  ● fieldwork = the study of cultural activity in its normal human context  ○ may include:   ■ being an observer  ■ audio recording  ■ video recording  ■ photography  ■ interviews  ■ exploring the web  ■ collecting and archiving of material  ● a researcher usually observes musical activity from the sidelines  ● participant­observer = when you join in on the activity  ○ be careful… the researcher and the researched cannot become one  ● share your research through teaching, performance, and publishing  ● teaching = give presentations  ○ most scholarly students hold meetings  ■ the researcher submits an abstract = a paragraph or so explaining their  topics  ● if accepted, they’re invited to present their paper at the conference  ● live performance is an effective means of teaching  ○ some researchers learn to perform the music they study  ● publishing = virtually anything written can be published, but being in print alone isn’t a  guarantee of quality or reliability 


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