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Girls' and Boys' Technological Toys:
Music Composition in the Computerized Classroom

Victoria Armstrong

"By projecting her personal identity on to her acoustic compositions and remaining detached from the computer-generated music, she retained her strong sense of self with little interruption to her feminine identity."

 

Evoking Beliefs about Music Teaching and Learning

Lori-Anne Dolloff

"Because a picture can communicate simultaneously on many levels, drawings are useful not only as iconic images, but as layered paintings that hide or combine other social, cultural and personal images . . . "

 

 

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