Conservatory of Music
This chapter (a) presents discourse analysis as both epistemology and methodology; (b) suggests a sociolinguistic toolkit that could be used as one type of approach to conducting discourse analysis; (c) reviews and points to literature in music education and music therapy that have used such epistemological and methodological tools; and (d) suggests that, by engaging with discourse analysis, we can begin to ask questions about participants and their interactions within environments where music therapists operate and analyze prevailing discourses within structures and systems of music therapy. [excerpt]
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Talbot, Brent C. "Discourse analysis." Music Therapy Research (Third Edition). Eds. Barbara Wheeler & Kathleen Murphy. New Braunfels, TX: Barcelona Publishers, 2016.
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