Impacto de la educación musical: una revisión de la literatura científica

  • Carmen Carrillo Aguilera Universidad Internacional de Catalunya
  • Laia Viladot Vallverdú Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
  • Jéssica Pérez-Moreno Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Palabras clave: Impacto, educación musical, revisión de literatura, sociedad.

Resumen

Este artículo estudia el impacto de la educación musical cursada en las enseñanzas obligatorias a partir de una revisión de la literatura académica existente. La búsqueda en bases de datos especializadas proporcionó un total de 25 artículos publicados durante el periodo 2005 - 2016. Tras analizarlos se establecieron dos categorías de impacto: DENTRO, en relación con la propia disciplina y FUERA, con implicaciones más allá de la disciplina. Buena parte de las publicaciones analizadas contemplaron el impacto de acuerdo con temáticas que sobrepasan lo que es estrictamente la educación musical obligatoria abarcando aspectos personales, intelectuales y/o sociales. En consecuencia, se presenta una conceptualización de impacto en educación musical que va más allá de los aspectos mensurables asociados a las políticas educativas de reforma.

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Publicado
2017-09-18
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Carrillo Aguilera, C., Viladot Vallverdú, L., & Pérez-Moreno, J. (2017). Impacto de la educación musical: una revisión de la literatura científica. Revista Electrónica Complutense De Investigación En Educación Musical - RECIEM, 14, 61-74. https://doi.org/10.5209/RECIEM.54828
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