Citation: Hogle, L. (2019). Seeing musically agentive voices: Tracing to make transparent. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 20(8). Retrieved from http://doi.org/10.26209/ijea20n8
In this paper, I share an analysis process that emerged from and evolved during my efforts to study children’s musical learning from videorecordings of choral rehearsals. Because written transcription would not adequately represent nonverbal data within social interactions, I developed a technique that (a) enabled me to disseminate understandings from these data and (b) simultaneously served as a multi-layered method of analysis. I describe this analysis technique here in hopes that other researchers may find it useful as well, particularly as they seek to story experiences of children as research participants.
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