Volume 13, Issue 1

Action, Criticism & Theory for Music Education

March 2014

Petter Dyndahl, Sidsel Karlsen, and Ruth Wright, Guest Editors
Vincent C. Bates, Editor
Brent C. Talbot, Associate Editor

Petter Dyndahl,
Sidsel Karlsen, and
Ruth Wright,
Guest Editors
Exploring the Sociology of Music Education1
Ruth WrightThe Fourth Sociology and Music Education:
Towards a Sociology of Integration
Petter Dyndahl,
Sidsel Karlsen,
Odd Skårberg,
and Siw Graabræk Nielsen
Cultural Omnivorousness and Musical Gentrification:
An Outline of a Sociological Framework
and Its Applications for Music Education Research
Geir JohansenSociology, Music Education, and Social Change:
The Prospect of Addressing Their Relations
by Attending to Some Central, Expanded Concepts
Sigrid Røyseng and
Øivind Varkøy
What is Music Good For?
A Dialogue on Technical and Ritual Rationality
Deanna Yerichuk‘Socialized Music’: Historical Formations of
Community Music through Social Rationales
Guillermo Rosabal-Coto'I Did It My Way': A Case Study of Resistance to
Coloniality in Music Learning and Socialization
Roberta LambWhere Are the Women? And Other Questions,
Asked within an Historical Analysis of Sociology of Music
Education Research: Being a Self-reflective
Ethnographic Path
Athena LillAn Analytical Lens for Studying Informal Learning
in Music: Subversion, Embodied Learning and
Participatory Performance
Ingeborg Lunde VestadChildren’s Subject Positions in Discourses of Music in
Everyday Life: Rethinking Conceptions of the Child
In and For Music Education
Edward McClellanUndergraduate Music Education Major Identity Formation in the University Music Department279
Vincent C BatesRethinking Cosmopolitanism in Music Education310