An analysis of doctoral dissertations on the history of music education and music therapy completed at U.S. universities from 1920s-1989s. There were 629 dissertations, only five of them in music therapy. The North Central region and twenty top universities (especially the University of Michigan) dominated production, which consisted predominantly of Ph.D.
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- Humphreys, Jere Thomas (Author)
- Bess, David M. (Author)
- Bergee, Martin J. (Author)
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1996 to 1997
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- Reprinted in Special Volume: Historical Reprints of The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning, in Visions of Research in Music Education 16, no. 7 (October 2010). http://www-usr.rider.edu/~vrme/v16n1/volume7/index.htm, opens in a new window. (Open access)
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Humphreys, Jere T., David M. Bess, and Martin J. Bergee. "Doctoral Dissertations on the History of Music Education and Music Therapy." Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning 7, nos. 2-4 (1996/97): 112-24.