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... A commentary discusses orchestras as social models. ...
Musical Life: Human Vision
Piano Today (2004) Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 49, 56
Deadheads on Tour
Relix (1998) Vol. 25, No. 6, pp. 37-46
... the traditional definitions of family and community within a broader social context. ...
... Music should not be analyzed per se, because it is rooted in the social contexts within which it ... is produced and developed. By analyzing the characteristics of the social space of diffusion of ... " musical genre has today become a vector of social distinction and elitism. ...
... demonstrating poor social skills. Because music is an inherently social activity, the music ... classroom is an ideal place to help students develop or improve vital social skills. Children with ... disabilities often lack age-appropriate social skills in the areas of self-control, communication ...
... serious rival to iTunes. Another recent development is social networking site MOG, which calls itself ...
... one's social connections to exert influence and get things done. Accordingly, these nightclub venues ... perhaps better understood in terms of how they are integrated crucially with the notion of keeping up appearances and cultivating social status. ...
... one's social connections to exert influence and get things done. Accordingly, these nightclub venues ... perhaps better understood in terms of how they are integrated crucially with the notion of keeping up appearances and cultivating social status. ...
... The following people in the DJ industry comment on the social networking tool Twitter: (1) Ken ...
Promoting Social and Emotional Growth of Students with Disabilities
General Music Today (Online) (2014) Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 29-32

Students with disabilities are often faced with numerous challenges as they progress through their school years. In addition to disability-related challenges, they may encounter additional difficulties such as bullying in school and lack of social acceptance by their peers. It ...

... difficulties such as bullying in school and lack of social acceptance by their peers. It is important that ... students with disabilities develop competence in skills that will promote their social success in ... practice important life skills that will benefit students' social and emotional development ...
Characteristics of Music Teachers Who Effectively Promote Social Capital: A Literature Review
Update (2014) Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 42-48

It is the aim of this investigation through literature review to identify teacher characteristics that may best promote social capital in students, thereby improving their ability to succeed in society. This review defines success as the procurement of a career-aimed ...

... that may best promote social capital in students, thereby improving their ability to succeed in ... occupation. Consequently, it intends to (a) provide a definition of social capital, (b) outline links ... between increased social capital and student success, and (c) identify four characteristics of music ...
... , social interactionism, and music theory. Notes that the Canadian subject matter is discussed in the context of globalization and localization. ...