VOLUME 21

Applied Ethnomusicology in Institutional Policy and Practice

Edited by Klisala Harrison

 


 

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EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
Why Applied Ethnomusicology?
Klisala Harrison
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INSTITUTIONS I: ORGANIZATIONS

Government

Approaching an Epistemic Community of Applied Ethnomusicology in Australia: Intercultural Research on Australian Aboriginal Song
Sally Treloyn
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Migrant Youth Hip-Hoppers in Hamburg, Germany: Negotiating Institutional Politics and Social Integration
Emily Joy Rothchild
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"Being on Both Sides": The Ethnomusicologist between Official Institutions and Musicians
Marie-Christine Parent
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Universities, Music Conservatories and Learned Societies

Policy Formation, Ethics Statements and Ethics in Ethnomusicology: The Need for Increased and Sustained Engagement
Muriel E. Swijghuisen Reigersberg
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Industrialized Music Education in China: A Discussion of the "Standard Grade Examinations in Music" (SGEM) Organized by the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing
Zhang Boyu
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Collaboration and Community-Engaged Practice in Indigenous Tertiary Music Education: A Case Study and Model from South Australia
Jennifer K. Newsome
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Initiatives, Reorientations and Strategic Plans in the Music Department, University of Fort Hare, South Africa: A Summary and a Visionary Reflection
Bernhard Bleibinger
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The Christian Church

Building on Heritage, Preserving Heritage: Music Work in Southern Africa, 1976-2016
Dave Dargie
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INSTITUTIONS II: SELF-ORGANIZED INSTITUTIONS

Uploading Matepe: Online Learning, Sustainability and Repatriation in Northeastern Zimbabwe
Jocelyn Moon
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List of Contributors
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