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by Lawrence Ferrara

eBook A Guide to Research in Music Education, Fourth Edition download ISBN: 0810825368
Author: Lawrence Ferrara
Publisher: Scarecrow Press; 4th edition (June 28, 1993)
Language: English
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Autenticità, Interpretazione, Razionalità. Note Su Alessandro Ferrara, Autenticità Riflessiva. Added to PP index 2016-02-04.

It is curious that Lawrence Ferrara disagrees with Jack Heller and Edward.

Lawrence Ferrara is Professor and Chair at the Department of Music and Performing Arts at New York University. Roger P. Phelps, Ronald H. Sadoff, Lawrence Ferrara, Edward C. Warburton.

What has the author Lawrence Ferrara written? . Domenica Pasculli Ferrara has written: 'Arte napoletana in Puglia dal XVI al XVIII secolo' - subject(s): Artists, Christian art and symbolism, Civilization.

Domenica Pasculli Ferrara has written: 'Arte napoletana in Puglia dal XVI al XVIII secolo' - subject(s): Artists, Christian art and symbolism, Civilization.

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Now available in paperback! The continuing demand for a practical guide to the basic concepts and techniques of research methodologies as applied to music education has resulted in an extensively rewritten fourth edition of this popular textbook, first published in 1969. The four logical parts of this new edition are Research Problem Identification, Writing the Research Proposals and the Research Document, Research Methodologies: Concepts and Techniques, and Music Education Research: A Glimpse into the Future. The Guide is the only single volume source that includes a chapter on procedures for obtaining and treating data in the aesthetic, descriptive, experimental, historical, philosophical, qualitative, and quantitative areas. Cloth edition originally published in 1993.
Comments: (3)
Flas
This book in its 5th edition is a collection of articles dealing with music education research. It provides some early steps to selection a research problem and the research process. Then it includes various types of research projects. It is well written and easy to read. I recommend it to any music education students planning on pursuing research in music education.
Ariseym
Good price for a master's course book. A bit difficult to understand at times.
Gelgen
Music education research is always a fun topic! I found Phelps, Sadoff, Warburton, and Ferrara's (2005) book on research in music education a useful tool as I prepare to write my own Masters' thesis.

Many of the chapters were extremely useful. The sections on the research process, qualitative research, and quantitative research were chapters I anticipate returning to as I write my own thesis. I did, however, find the other chapters a bit of a disapointment.

The chapter on philosophical inquiry was informative but completely useless. I found that Ferrara spent the entire chapter discussing and defending philosophical research as research in the first place, he never once told the reader how to actually do it. Heller (2005) says that "Maybe [Ferrara], too, believes that philosophy is not research" (p. 89) when he defends the point instead of explain how it works.

Bottom line: Use this book if you are preparing a research project using Qualitative or Quantitative research. Anything else, and you might be disapointed!

References

Heller, J. (2005). A response to Lawrence Ferrara's chapter four in R. Phelps, R. Sadoff, E. Warburton, and L. Ferrara, A Guide to Research in Music Education, 5th Edition, Philosophy of Music Education Review, 14(1), p. 89-92.

Phelps, R. P., Sadoff, R. H., Warburton, E. C., & Ferrara, L. (2005). A guide to research in music education (5th ed.). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.