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The teaching of multicultural music, and to a lesser extent popular music, has been the stated goal of music education policy makes for many decades. Accordingly, the purpose of this

The teaching of multicultural music, and to a lesser extent popular music, has been the stated goal of music education policy makes for many decades. Accordingly, the purpose of this study was to estimate the amount and percentage of time music education majors in a university teacher education program spent on 13 styles of music in history, theory and performance courses during a four-year program, both in and out of class. Subjects were the entire population of undergraduate pre-service music teachers from one large university music school in the southwestern United States (N = 80).

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    Wang, Jui-Ching, and Jere T. Humphreys. “Multicultural and Popular Music Content in an American Music Teacher Education Program.” International Journal of Music Education: Research 27, no. 1 (February 2009): 19-36.

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