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    • Building social capital through music participation: A case of a female dapha/bhajan ensemble 

      Tuladhar, Riju (Taideyliopiston Sibelius-Akatemia, 2018)
      Nepal, a heterogeneous country with more than 120 ethnic groups, carries the label of being one of the most gender unequal countries in South Asia. Music plays an important role in the native ethnic group of Kathmandu ...
    • Countering inequality in Nepali music education 

      Shah, Iman Bikram (Taideyliopiston Sibelius-Akatemia, 2018)
      Music Technology (MT) has been an effective tool in music education by providing helpful means that can guide students to develop a better understanding of music. MT is mostly used in notating, arranging and composing music ...
    • Imagining Possibilities: Musician-Teachers Co-Constructing Visions in the Kathmandu Valley 

      Treacy, Danielle Shannon
      Studia musica : 80 (2020)
      opinnäyte (tohtori)
      The intensifying diversity and rapid change characterizing contemporary societies challenges music teacher education globally to equip future teachers with the skills and understandings necessary for ethically engaging ...
    • Peer Teaching and Learning in a Nepali Rock Band 

      Shrestha, John (Taideyliopiston Sibelius-Akatemia, 2018)
      It has been stated that peer learning can be a continuous part of a learning process and in many contexts it has been used as a strategy in which participants from different ages and levels help each other to learn from ...
    • Volunteering for democracy in Nepali extracurricular music education 

      Karki, Kushal (Taideyliopiston Sibelius-Akatemia, 2018)
      With music lessons absent from many school curricula, and private tuition often out of financial reach for many families, many Nepali children and young people access music education through projects led by voluntary ...