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Narrative inquiry as a way of knowing in music education
Qualitative research in music education has matured over the last decade. Narrative inquiry, one of its fundamental genres, has been the topic of recent conferences in music education, highlightingExpand
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MultiView-Merlin: An experiment in tool integration
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The experiment described in this paper involved the integration of a process-centred software development environment (Merlin) and a multi-view integrated software development environments (MultiView) and has created a combined environment which exploits the advantages of both of the original environments. Expand
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Gendered Discourse and the Construction of Identity: Toward a Liberated Pedagogy in Music Education
Each historical era brings its own innovations and changes that impact educational philosophy and practice. In the last quarter century we have witnessed paradigmatic changes that have caused us asExpand
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Changing cultural landscapes: the co‐existence of musical genres in Irish culture and education
A survey of music in contemporary Ireland cannot be complete without examining the relationship between music in general culture and music in formal education. One of the goals of formal education isExpand
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The positive impacts of Real-World Data on the challenges facing the evolution of biopharma.
Demand for healthcare services is unprecedented. Society is struggling to afford the cost. Pricing of biopharmaceutical products is under scrutiny, especially by payers and Health TechnologyExpand
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Measurement Equivalence of Patient-Reported Outcome Measure Response Scale Types Collected Using Bring Your Own Device Compared to Paper and a Provisioned Device: Results of a Randomized Equivalence
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to assess the measurement equivalence of individual response scale types by using a patient reported outcome measure (PROM) collected on paper and migrated intoExpand
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Standards for Instrument Migration When Implementing Paper Patient-Reported Outcome Instruments Electronically: Recommendations from a Qualitative Synthesis of Cognitive Interview and Usability
OBJECTIVES To synthesize the findings of cognitive interview and usability studies performed to assess the measurement equivalence of patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments migrated from paper toExpand
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Prosopagnosia as a Type of Conversion Disorder
Background Conversion disorder is a common and debilitating condition that remains poorly understood. We present a previously undescribed form of conversion disorder to highlight the complexity ofExpand
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Music Education Philosophy: Changing Times
n the latter half of the twentieth century, the music education profession in the United States underwent considerable change in its philosophical foundations. From the launch of aesthetic educationExpand
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Creating a Framework for Music Making and Leisure
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