Questions for Music Education Research

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2008
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Music Education Research
Abstract
In addressing the question-set 'What questions do music education researchers need to address?', an illustrative list of juxtaposed descriptive and normative questions is sketched as follows: What are and should be the dimensions of music education? What are and should be the institutional agencies of music education? What are and should be the specifically educational dimensions of music education? What are and should be the musical interests of music education? What are and should be the purposive and/or incidental, formal and/or informal attributes of music education? At what developmental stages are and should music education be cast? What disciplines and levels of generality do and should inform music education? What is the present status of music education and what should it be? How relevant is and should music education research be to practice?
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This is an original manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Music Education Research in 2008.
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music education, philosophy, developmental stages, questions, learning curriculum
Citation
Questions for music education research. Music Education Research 10 (3) (September 2008): 331-346.
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