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ROCK NARRATIVES AS EDUCATIONAL SPACE. THE RESEARCH REPORT

M. Adamska-Staron
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

The paper is involved in the discussion on the educational meaning of rock narratives. It presents research results aimed at understanding pedagogy students’ approaches to rock narratives considered by them to be educationally meaningful. The qualitative research strategy, including both the hermeneutic method and descriptive-interpretive analyses, was employed to realise the aim of the paper. Essentially, the goal of the qualitative method is enable one to explore, extend and gain a deeper understanding of the multifaceted nature of social and cultural events, particular phenomena and to improve their prospects (context). Therefore, the research has been identified as descriptive and interpretive in nature. Conclusion. The analysis and interpretation of research material (the students’ essays) have revealed that there is the pedagogical significance of rock music. It is worth noting that music has the educational potential, therefore, it should not only be viewed as a consumable product of culture. Furthermore, the deliberate conscious exploration of rock music, its educational potential, as well as peregrinations into the depths of rock music enable an individual to be both an observer and participant, as well as an “interpreter of experience”, interpreter of culture texts (events, phenomena, etc.). It may be claimed that exploring the world of music within educational meetings takes on profound meaning. This paper opens the door to the discussion on unconventional ways of education.

Keywords: education, rock narrative, self-reflection, self-improvement


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