Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning. Årbok 18
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Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook has been published since 1997 by the Norwegian Academy of Music. This Volume 18 includes seventeen articles. The themes of the contributions represent a wide variety of interests within the Nordic music education community. The articles “Music, media and technological creativity in the digital age” by Anne Danielsen, and ”Soundscaping the world with digital tools: The future in retrospect” by Göran Folkestad, first were presented as keynotes at the 20th conference of the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education, March 8-10 2016 at Hedmark University College (now: Inland Norway University College of Applied Sciences). The theme for this conference was “Technology and creativity in music education”. The other contributions represent different interests within the community including for instance gender studies, intercultural music practices, musical meaning making, music and body, assessment, practicing, and entrepreneurship. The last section of the Yearbook provides information about Nordic doctoral dissertations in music education from 2016-17, the review panel, and the editorial group.
Contents. - Introduction. - Music, media and technological creativity in the digital age / Anne Danielsen. - Soundscaping the world with digital tools: The future in retrospect / Göran Folkestad. - Using socio-digital technology to enhance participation and creative engagement in a lower secondary music classroom / Marja-Leena Juntunen. - Kreativitet som glidande diskurs: Berättelser om Biophilia Educational Project / Cecilia Björck. - Performing gender when music is, or is not, at stake – a meta-analysis on students’ adaption to discourse / Carina Borgström Källén & Monica Lindgren. - Crossing affordances: Hybrid music as a tool in intercultural music practices / Camilla Kvaal. - “I feel that too”: Musical problem-solving and mediation through cultural tools in year-nine pop-ensemble practice / Cecilia Wallerstedt & Niklas Pramling. - Barns musikaliska interaktion – syskon, smak och identitet / Johan Söderman & Ylva Ågren. - The Becomings of Satanist Musicianship. A study of how black metal musicians describe their learning processes / Ketil Thorgersen & Thomas von Wachenfeldt. - «And the Melody still lingers on»: Om danningspotensiale i ein discolåt / Silje Valde Onsrud. - Form and Order – Dimensions in Musical Meaning Making / Peter Falthin. - Challenges of assessing music performance: teachers’ perceptions / Elizabeth Oltedal. - Goal setting and self-determination in music making: Tenets of becoming a deliberate and motivated music practitioner / Johannes Lunde Hatfield. - Sustaining the assemblage: How migrant musicians cultivate and negotiate their musicianship / Mariko Hara. - “A new educational situation” – perspectives on jazz musical learning in the Swedish jazz journal OrkesterJournalen 1980–2010 / Sven Bjerstedt. - The Body, to make and to be in music. A phenomenological study / Johanna Österling Brunström. - Entreprenørskap i høyere norsk musikkutdanning / Åshild Watne & Kristian Nymoen. - Nordic ph.d.-dissertations 2016–2017. - Editor group. - Review panel