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    Alistair Howard
    Alistair Howard joined Temple University’s Political Science Department in 2000. He teaches political economy, comparative politics and public policy. His current research is on the use of international comparisons in political argument. His undergraduate degree is from Hertford College, Oxford and he completed his doctorate in 2004 at George Washington University. He has published in West European Politics.

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  1. page Attending a world music concert edited ... but, just as important, 2) to see this music from the performer’s viewpoint: to examine why t…
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    but, just as important,
    2) to see this music from the performer’s viewpoint: to examine why that music exists and what value it holds for the performer and audience.
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    values by examininganalyzing the sounds
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    music, and examining where, why
    Before attending the performance the students are required to write a proposal that gathers research about their chosen subject. Then they will attend the concert knowing something about what to expect from the experience.
    Guidelines for writing an ethnography proposal: {ethnography proposal.rtf}
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    Before attending the performance the students are required to write a proposal that gathers research about their chosen subject. Then they will attend the concert knowing something about what to expect from the experience.
    Guidelines for writing an ethnography proposal: {ethnography proposal.rtf}
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    2) to see this music from the performer’s viewpoint: to examine why that music exists and what value it holds for the performer and audience.
    The kind of music that people play reflects what is important in their society so you can learn about their cultural values by examining the sounds and textures of the music, and where, why and for whom it is performed.
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    the experience.
    Guidelines for writing an ethnography proposal:
    {ethnography proposal.rtf}
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    Before attending the performance the students are required to write a proposal that gathers research about their chosen subject. Then they will attend the concert knowing something about what to expect from the experience. {ethnography proposal.rtf}
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    Attending a world music performance
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    StidentsStudents are required
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    This is an assignment that I give to my students in the Gen-Ed class "World Musics and Cultures".
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    but, just as important,
    2) to see this music from the performer’s viewpoint: to examine why that music exists and what value it holds for the performer and audience.
    The kind of music that people play reflects what is important in their society so you can learn about their cultural values by examining the sounds and textures of the music, and where, why and for whom it is performed.
    Before attending the performance the students are required to write a proposal that gathers research about their chosen subject. Then they will attend the concert knowing something about what to expect from the experience. {ethnography proposal.rtf}

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    world music conferenceconcert assignment
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