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Tradition och religion i musikundervisningen: Går det att skilja?

Bengtsson, Malin (2012)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
Title: Tradition and religion in music teaching.
The study is about the Swedish music traditions and if Sweden's Christian traditions affect the music education. Interviews were conducted with three music teachers who teach different grade levels, from 1 to 9 in various cities in Skåne. The aim of the study was to find out what music teachers consider to be Swedish music tradition. I also meant to find out how the music teachers handles the Christian songs in their teaching, considering that the Swedish culture in based on Christian holidays. The teachers in this study have different views on what constitutes music tradition and what songs students should know about. They think that there isn’t any problem with the Christian songs, since... (More)
Title: Tradition and religion in music teaching.
The study is about the Swedish music traditions and if Sweden's Christian traditions affect the music education. Interviews were conducted with three music teachers who teach different grade levels, from 1 to 9 in various cities in Skåne. The aim of the study was to find out what music teachers consider to be Swedish music tradition. I also meant to find out how the music teachers handles the Christian songs in their teaching, considering that the Swedish culture in based on Christian holidays. The teachers in this study have different views on what constitutes music tradition and what songs students should know about. They think that there isn’t any problem with the Christian songs, since the students may choose whether they want to sing or not. (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Studien handlar om musiktraditioner och om Sveriges kristna traditioner påverkar musikundervisningen. Intervjuer har utförts med tre musiklärare som undervisar i olika årskurser, från 1-9 i olika orter i Skåne. Syftet med studien var att ta reda på vad musiklärarna anser vara svensk musiktradition och eftersom Sveriges kultur bygger på kristna högtider ville jag veta hur musiklärarna hanterar kristna sånger. Lärarna i studien har olika syn på vad som är musiktradition
och vad eleverna bör känna till. De anser heller inte att det är något problem med kristna sånger, då eleverna själva får välja om de vill sjunga med eller inte.
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author
Bengtsson, Malin
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
qualitative interviews, Lgr11, music tradition, Christianity in music teaching, kvalitativa intervjuer, musiktradition, kristendom i musikundervisningen
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Swedish
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3561674
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2013-03-05 11:20:25
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  abstract     = {Title: Tradition and religion in music teaching.
The study is about the Swedish music traditions and if Sweden's Christian traditions affect the music education. Interviews were conducted with three music teachers who teach different grade levels, from 1 to 9 in various cities in Skåne. The aim of the study was to find out what music teachers consider to be Swedish music tradition. I also meant to find out how the music teachers handles the Christian songs in their teaching, considering that the Swedish culture in based on Christian holidays. The teachers in this study have different views on what constitutes music tradition and what songs students should know about. They think that there isn’t any problem with the Christian songs, since the students may choose whether they want to sing or not.},
  author       = {Bengtsson, Malin},
  keyword      = {qualitative interviews,Lgr11,music tradition,Christianity in music teaching,kvalitativa intervjuer,musiktradition,kristendom i musikundervisningen},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Tradition och religion i musikundervisningen: Går det att skilja?},
  year         = {2012},
}