Meaning-making through musical play: cultural psychology of the playground - Oxford ScholarshipForgot password? Don't have an account? This chapter examines the ways in which school-aged children construct meaning through the generation and performance of musical play forms, both drawing on and transforming cultural influences. It addresses issues of appropriation, transculturation, and identity as manifested in musical play. The interactive pedagogy of the playground, through which children's agency is fully realized in processes of mutual learning and teaching, is also demonstrated. Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service.
Meaning-making through musical play: cultural psychology of the playground
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PDF | On Jan 1, , Susan Wright and others published Children, Meaning- Making and the Arts.
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