Now available in paperback! The continuing demand for a practical guide to the basic concepts and techniques of research methodologies as applied to music education has resulted in an extensively rewritten fourth edition of this popular textbook, first published in 1969. The four logical parts of this new edition are Research Problem Identification, Writing the Research Proposals and the Research Document, Research Methodologies: Concepts and Techniques, and Music Education Research: A Glimpse into the Future. The Guide is the only single volume source that includes a chapter on procedures for obtaining and treating data in the aesthetic, descriptive, experimental, historical, philosophical, qualitative, and quantitative areas. Cloth edition originally published in 1993.
About the Author:
Roger Phelps is Professor Emeritus and former Chairman, Music and Music Professions, NYU. He has degrees from the Eastman school of Music, Northwestern University, and the University of Iowa. Lawrence Ferrara, Professor of Music and Director of Doctoral Studies in Music and Music Professions, NYU, is author of Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation, Philosophy and the Analysis of Music: Bridges to Sound, Form, and Reference. Thomas W. Goolsby, on the Music Education faculty at the University of Washington, is a Fulbright Scholar in Educational Research. His text, The Teaching of Instrumental Music, was co-authored with Richard J. Colwell.
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