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The purpose of this study was to examine sex and geographic representation in two well-known books on the history of American music education: History of Public School Music in the

The purpose of this study was to examine sex and geographic representation in two well-known books on the history of American music education: History of Public School Music in the United States by Edward Bailey Birge (1937/1966) and A History of American Music Education by Michael L. Mark and Charles L. Gary (1992). The number of different individuals mentioned, total number of mentions, and number of lines devoted to each individual were categorized by sex and geographical region. Photographic evidence was examined in a like manner.

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    Humphreys, Jere T. "Sex and Geographic Representation in Two Music Education History Books." Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education no. 131 (Winter 1997): 67-86.

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