ISBN : 9780190920937
In a newly updated paperback release, Collecting, Analyzing, and Reporting Data considers an array of strategies for working with qualitative data in American music education. Observations, interviews, focus groups, document analysis and music-making as data reveal unique potential to inform the field of music education. The capabilities of digital technologies to collect and analyze data, as well as the challenges they present, are examined in the context of an increasingly digitized American society. Guidance is provided to the researcher to understand their role and the ethical landscape they navigate.
Collecting, Analyzing, and Reporting Data is the second of three paperback volumes derived from the original Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Research in American Music Education, which outlines the history of qualitative research in music education and explores the contemporary use of qualitative approaches in examining issues related to music teaching and learning.
Colleen M. Conway
1. Ethics and Qualitative Research in Music Education
Judith M. Birk and Cynthia S. Shindledecker
2. Collecting and Analyzing Observation of Music Teaching and Learning Data
3. Conducting and Analyzing Individual Interviews
4. Collecting and Analyzing Focus Group Data
5. Collecting, Generating, and Analyzing Multimodal and Multimedia Data
Evan S. Tobias
6. Music-Making as Data: Collection and Analysis
7. Software to Interrogate Qualitative Data in Music Education
Peter R. Webster
8. Changing the Conversation: Considering Quality in Music Education Qualitative Research
9. The Politics of Publication: Voices, Venues, and Ethics