Feminist theory in music education research: grrl‐illa1 games as nomadic practice (or how music education fell from grace)

@article{Gould2004FeministTI,
  title={Feminist theory in music education research: grrl‐illa1 games as nomadic practice (or how music education fell from grace)},
  author={Elizabeth Gould *},
  journal={Music Education Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={67 - 79}
}
Gender is inherent in all aspects of the music education profession: musical instruments, occupations, materials, pedagogies and preferences. Despite this, feminist theory has been accepted slowly, and is consequently poorly understood. Working generally outside of the profession's accepted topics and means of research in a type of grr‐illa game practiced against more established ways of knowing, feminist theorists act as nomads, carrying out research that interrogates the exclusionary… 

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