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Free-Access Videos as a Music Education Research Source: The Case of Kindergarten's Year-End Celebrations

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Autor: Jorquera Jaramillo, María Cecilia
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Educación Artística
Fecha: 2011
Publicado en: 5th MERYC Conference (2011), p 127-134
Tipo de documento: Ponencia
Resumen: Free and openly accessible videos have as yet not been treated per se as raw data for music-education research purposes. Bearing in mind (1) the potential of audiovisual records for the study of musical school culture in all its aspects, (2) the advantages of sharing that type of audiovisual data between researchers and from a variety of disciplines, and (3) the wealth of data available in open-space video websites such as Youtube.com that includes, inter alia, music classes in formal and informal settings, promotional clips for music-education initiatives or marketing music classes, and schools' celebrations – we embarked on this pilot study aiming to examine the value of online user-generated videos as raw data for music education research, specifically early childhood musical behaviours and instructional models in music teaching. The data was gathered from YouTube videos found under the terms "kindergarten year-end celebration," probably uploaded by the kindergarten pupils’ parent...
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Cita: Jorquera Jaramillo, M.C. (2011). Free-Access Videos as a Music Education Research Source: The Case of Kindergarten's Year-End Celebrations. En 5th MERYC Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
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Formato: PDF

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/65793

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