New Research on Private (Musical) Lives of Tweens and Teens

Music department lecturer Ruth Herbert has just published an article in the July issue of Music Teacher magazine on children and teenagers subjective experiences of music outside school. The article heralds the start of a nationwide three year research project about young people’s everyday informal involvement with music. Ruth will be presenting findings from the pilot stage of the project at the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC)/8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM) in Thessaloniki at the end of July.

Read the article online here [PDF]. Find out more about Music Teacher magazine here

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2 Responses to New Research on Private (Musical) Lives of Tweens and Teens

  1. Jon Petrie says:

    I found that article very interesting – im now looking forward to the results of your research!

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