By Maristella Feustle
|Title:||International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education Collection, 1997-2018|
|Primary Creator:||International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education|
|Date Acquired:||08/20/2018. More info below under Accruals.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe collection consists of one box of publications of the International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education.
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|Accruals:||2 items (Box 1, items 8 and 9), received March 8, 2019.|
|Acquisition Source:||Dr. Hildegard Froehlich|
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Item 1: Sociology of Music Education Symposium III: Social Dimensions of Music, Music Teaching and Learning, 2003 SeptemberProceedings from The Music Education Symposium at the University of North Texas. Edited by Hildegard Froehlich, Darryl Coan, and Roger R. Rideout. "Published as a service to music education by The Department of Music and Dance, University of Massachusetts."
Item 2: On the Sociology of Music Education II: Papers from The Music Education Symposium at the University of Oklahoma, 2000 JuneEdited by Roger R. Rideout and Stephen J. Paul. "Privately published by the editors as a service to music education" at the University of Massachusetts. Program from the symposium, held on April 8-10, 1999, enclosed in book.
Item 3: Sociological Explorations: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, July 2-5, 2007, 2008Edited by Brian A. Roberts, PhD. St. John's, Newfoundland: The Binder's Press. Copy of conference program enclosed in book.
Proceedings from the Oklahoma Symposium for Music Education in April, 1995. Published by the University of Oklahoma School of Music. Edited by Roger Rideout.
Item 5: Conference program: The 10th International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education, 2017 June 11-14Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London. Handout for "Musicalization of Theoretical Practices in Music Education Research," by Guro Gravem Johansen, et al, enclosed in program.
Printout of http://act.maydaygroup.org/other-issues/.
Transcribed title. Notes dates and locations of conferences from 1995 through 2019, and whether a copy of conference proceedings is available.
Item 8: Sociology of Music Education Symposium IV: Proceedings from The Music Education Symposium at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2005 FallEdited by Roger R. Rideout. "Published as a service to music education by The Department of Music & Dance, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003." ISBN 978-0-9790258-0-8.
Item 9: Program: The 7th International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education, 2011 June 19-22
Symposium was held at Michigan State University.
Conference Planning Committee:
John Kratus, Michigan State University
Garreth Dylan Smith, Institute of Contemporary Music Performance
Kari Veblen, University of Western Ontario
Conference proceedings were not published for this conference. Dr. Froehlich includes this note from John Kratus, following her inquiry on February 21, 2019, as to the absence of conference proceedings:
"I believe that meaningful scholarship should be influential and not inconsequential. An influential book, article, chapter, or proceedings should be widely recognized by the worldwide community of scholars, and this influence is typically measured by citation analysis. Published scholarship that is cited frequently is more influential than is scholarship that is cited rarely.
"Conference proceedings are rarely distributed beyond the small number of attendees at the conference. My experience has been that published proceedings are cited much less frequently than are articles in established journals. It is for that reason that I suggest that conference presenters be encouraged to publish their work in established journals rather than in obscure proceedings."