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Samma arena?: en studie om hur genus konstrueras i musikterapeutledd musikundervisning för elever i grundsärskolans träningsinriktning
Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Department of Music Education.
2015 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Denna studie undersöker om/hur genusmönster produceras i det verbala språket inom musikundervisning, ledd av musikterapeut, i grundsärskolans träningsinriktning.

Undersökningen utgår från forskningsfynd gällande pedagogers reproducerande av genusmönster inom området skola och förskola och ämnar undersöka de av dessa fynd som faller inom ramen för den verbala kommunikationen inom kontexten musikundervisning i grundsärskolans träningsinriktning.

Fem lektioner i fem klasser/grupper fördelade på tre musikterapeuter har studerats. Sammanlagt 23 elever, 9 flickor och 14 pojkar finns med i materialet. Lektionerna filmades och utskrifter av lektionerna skrevs, utifrån vilka analysen gjordes.

Resultatet indikerar att samma genusmönster som observerats i tidigare forskning gällande förskola och grundskola endast observeras i enstaka delar av materialet samt att vissa genusmönster försvinner och andra förändras vilket indikerar att elever inom ramen för musikundervisning i grundsärskolans träningsinriktning befinner sig i en annorlunda kontext vad gäller genus än barn i förskola och grundskola.

Abstract [en]

This study investigates how gender is reproduced concerning verbal communication within music lessons led by music therapists in compulsory school for children with severe learning impairments.

The study is based on earlier research regarding teachers reproduction of gender patterns within pree school and compulsory school, and aims to examine whether similar productions of gender patterns can be foundconcerning verbal communication in the context of compulsory school for children with severe learning impairments.

Five lessons in five classes/groups conducted by three music therapists were included in the material. 23 pupils, 9 girls and 14 boys participated. The lessons were video recorded and transcripts were made of each lesson out of which the analyses were made.

The result suggests that patterns similar to those observed in earlier research could only be observed in small parts of the material and that some of the gender patterns are not visible and others are different which suggests that pupils within the music education in compulsory school for children with severe learning impairments are situated in a different context regarding gender than children in preschool and compulsory school.

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Keyword [en]
music, music education, music therapy, intellectual disabilities, mental retardation, school for learning disabilities, compulsory school for children with severe learning impairments, communication, gender, intersectionality
Keyword [sv]
musik, musikundervisning, musikterapi, intellektuell funktionsnedsättning, utvecklingsstörning, grundsärskolor, grundsärskolans träningsinriktning, kommunikation, genus, kön, intersektionalitet
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Pedagogy Music
URN: urn:nbn:se:kmh:diva-1948OAI: diva2:855436
Educational program
Magisterprogrammet i musikpedagogik inriktning musikterapi
Available from: 2015-09-21 Created: 2015-09-21 Last updated: 2015-09-21Bibliographically approved

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