Globalization, Nationalism, and Music Education in the Twenty-First Century in Greater China
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Globalization, Nationalism, and Music Education in the Twenty-First Century in Greater China
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€ 115,00
ISBN
9789463729932
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Hardback
Aantal pagina's
342
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
Discipline
Aziëstudies
Inhoudsopgave
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Preface
Acknowledgements
Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Abbreviations
Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Rising China and Governing Aspirations for Cultural Politics, Music, and Education
Chapter Three The Struggle for Cultural Identity, School Education, and Music Education in Hong Kong
Chapter Four Music Education in Taiwan: Imagining the Local, the National, and the Global
Chapter Five Music Teachers' Perspectives on Cultural and National Values in School Music Education in Greater China
Chapter Six Discussion: Rethinking the Transmission of Values and Music Cultures between Nationalism and Globalization in Music Education in Greater China
Chapter Seven Recapitulation and Conclusion
Closing Words
Index
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Wai-Chung Ho

Globalization, Nationalism, and Music Education in the Twenty-First Century in Greater China

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Globalization, Nationalism, and Music Education in the Twenty-First Century in Greater China examines the recent developments in school education and music education in Greater China – Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan – and the relationship between, and integration of, national cultural identity and globalization in their respective school curriculums. Regardless of their common history and cultural backgrounds, in recent decades, these localities have experienced divergent political, cultural, and educational structures. Through an analysis of the literature, official curriculum documents, approved music textbooks, and a survey questionnaire and in-depth interviews with music teachers, this book also examines the ways in which policies for national identity formation and globalization interact to complement and contradict each other in the context of music education in respect to national and cultural values in the three territories.
Wai-Chung Ho’s substantive research interests include the sociology of music, China’s education system, and the comparative study of East Asian music education. Her research focuses on education and development, with an emphasis on the impact of the interplay between globalization, nationalization, and localization on cultural development and school music education.
Auteur

Wai-Chung Ho

Wai-Chung Ho is a professor in the Department of Music at Hong Kong Baptist University. Her two most recent books are Popular Music, Cultural Politics and Music Education in China (2017) and Culture, Music Education, and the Chinese Dream in Mainland China (2018).