- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Towards a cultural psychology of music education
- Chapter 2 Children’s learning of music and dance in Bali: an ethnomusicological view of the cultural psychology of music education
- Chapter 3 Meaning-making through musical play: cultural psychology of the playground
- Chapter 4 Musical enculturation: sociocultural influences and meanings of children’s experiences in and through music
- Chapter 5 When the music is theirs: scaffolding young songwriters
- Chapter 6 Making music or playing instruments: secondary students’ use of cultural tools in aural- and notation-based instrumental learning and teaching
- Chapter 7 A century of music listening in schools: toward practices resonating with cultural psychology?
- Chapter 8 Learning in and through music performance: understanding cultural diversity via inquiry and dialogue
- Chapter 9 Culture, musicality, and musical expertise
- Chapter 10 Culture and gender in a cathedral music context: an activity theory exploration
- Chapter 11 On being and becoming a cathedral chorister: a cultural psychology account of the acquisition of early musical expertise
- A Cultural Psychology of Music Education
- Oxford University Press
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