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https://doi.org/10.32903/zs.64.1.10

Students' Attitudes Towards Music Culture and Musical Art

Snježana Dobrota ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Splitu Odsjek za učiteljski studij
Ružica Conar ; Split, Hrvatska


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str. 131-139

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The paper reviews the attitudes of elementary and high school students towards the teaching of Music Culture and Musical Arts in terms of their gender, age, family environment, additional music instruction, preference for classical music, and preferences of certain activities of music teaching. A general questionnaire and a questionnaire for examining the attitudes of students according to the subject of Music Culture/Musical Arts were used during the research. The survey was conducted on a sample of 245 students of the third, fourth, seventh, and eighth grades of elementary school and third and fourth grades of high school. The results of this research confirm that high school students spend more time daily listening to music than primary school students. Pupils who prefer classical music and students whose parents listen to classical music have more positive attitudes towards subjects of Music Culture/Musical Art. The results of the research confirm that younger students have more positive attitudes towards music teaching than older students. Students have the most positive attitudes towards listening, and the least positive attitudes toward musical creation. No correlation between additional music instruction and sex influence on attitudes towards music teaching were confirmed.

Ključne riječi

music preferences; music classes; elementary school; high school; attitudesteaching were confirmed

Hrčak ID:

219666

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/219666

Datum izdavanja:

10.7.2018.

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