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Lucy Green
Lucy Green
Professor of Music Education, UCL Institute of Education, London UK
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
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How popular musicians learn: A way ahead for music education
L Green
Routledge, 2017
27122017
Music, informal learning and the school: A new classroom pedagogy
L Green
Routledge, 2017
19442017
Music, gender, education
L Green, G Lucy
Cambridge University Press, 1997
6951997
Popular music education in and for itself, and for ‘other’music: Current research in the classroom
L Green
International journal of music education 24 (2), 101-118, 2006
5402006
Music on deaf ears: Musical meaning, ideology, education
L Green
Manchester University Press, 1988
4821988
Música, género y educación
L Green
Gilberto Pérez del Blanco, 2001
2342001
The music curriculum as lived experience: Children's “natural” music-learning processes
L Green
Music Educators Journal 91 (4), 27-32, 2005
1902005
Music education, cultural capital, and social group identity
L Green
The cultural study of music, 206-216, 2012
1802012
Learning, teaching, and musical identity: Voices across cultures
L Green
Indiana University Press, 2011
1572011
Musical meaning and social reproduction: A case for retrieving autonomy
L Green
Educational Philosophy and Theory 37 (1), 77-92, 2005
1422005
Research in the sociology of music education: Some introductory concepts
L Green
Music Education Research 1 (2), 159-170, 1999
1291999
Pesquisa em sociologia da educação musical
L Green
Revista da ABEM 4 (4), 25-35, 1997
1141997
Music, gender and education a report on some exploratory research
L Green
British Journal of Music Education 10 (3), 219-253, 1993
1061993
Hear, listen, play!: How to free your students' aural, improvisation, and performance skills
L Green
Oxford University Press, 2013
972013
I. Exposing the Gendered Discourse of Music Education
L Green
Feminism & Psychology 12 (2), 137-144, 2002
942002
Group cooperation, inclusion and disaffected pupils: some responses to informal learning in the music classroom. Presented at the RIME Conference 2007, Exeter, UK
L Green
Music Education Research 10 (2), 177-192, 2008
922008
From the Western classics to the world: secondary music teachers' changing attitudes in England, 1982 and 1998
L Green
British Journal of Music Education 19 (1), 5-30, 2002
922002
Musical “learning styles” and “learning strategies” in the instrumental lesson: Some emergent findings from a pilot study
L Green
Psychology of Music 40 (1), 42-65, 2012
852012
Why ‘ideology’is still relevant for critical thinking in music education
L Green
Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 2 (2), 2-20, 2003
842003
What can music educators learn from popular musicians?
L Green
MENC (National Association for Music Education, US), 2004
802004
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