|Course Name||Code||Semester||T+U Hours||Credit||ECTS|
|Introduction To Enthnomusicology||MUZ 112||2||4 + 0||4||4|
|Recommended Optional Courses|
|Course Level||Bachelor's Degree|
|Course Coordinator||Öğr.Gör. EMEL DEMİRGEN|
|Course Lecturers||Öğr.Gör. EMEL DEMİRGEN,|
|Course Category||Available Basic Education in the Field|
Comparison between scopes of musicology and ethnomusicology. Comparative musicology. Post-1945. Historical ethnomusicology. Anthropological foundation in music research. Music ethnography. Transcription and analysis. Cultural theory. Theory in ethnomusicology. Ethics. Ethnicity, identity and diaspora debates. Gender. Postmodernism, post colonialism, globalism. Music industry.
The basics of ethnomusicology; Examining basic texts in terms of history, theory and method. Defining Ethnomusicology. Comparative Studies and Comparative Musicology. Music Anthropology. Field Research Methods. Redefining the "Area". Field Research on the Web: The Twentieth Century Paradigm. Popular Music Studies in Ethnomusicology. Ethnomusicology and Performance Practices. Towards the Ethnomusicology of Sound / Sound Experience: Spatial sounds. Redefining Discipline. Current Trends in Ethnomusicology.
|#||Course Learning Outcomes||Teaching Methods||Assessment Methods|
|1||To be able to explain the historical process of ethnomusicology,||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Homework,|
|2||To be able to explain why and how music can be studied in a cultural context,||Lecture, Question-Answer, Simulation, Brain Storming,||Homework,|
|3||To be able to show the study subjects and methods of ethno musicology by giving examples,||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion, Simulation,||Homework,|
|4||To be able to discuss the ethnomusicological approach problem,||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Homework,|
|5||Ability to research and report on a topic related to the history and theory of ethnomusicology||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,|
|Week||Course Topics||Preliminary Preparation|
|1||The relationship between the emergence of Comparative Musicology, Nationalism, Folklore / Folklore and Historical Musicology is explained.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|2||In the light of the studies before the definition of ethnomusicology as a discipline (1885-1950), the evolutionist and expansionist approaches and the problem of comparison as the dominant method of the period are discussed.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|3||Ethnological studies in the process that started with the establishment of IFMC (International Folk Music Council) and the period starting with Jaap Kunst putting the name of Ethno-musicology by putting a dash together are discussed.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|4||Ethnological studies in the process that started with the establishment of IFMC (International Folk Music Council) and the period starting with Jaap Kunst putting the name of Ethno-musicology by putting a dash together are discussed.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|5||Established in 1955 in the United States of America, SEM will discuss the process that started with the hyphenation of Ethnomusicology by the Society.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|6||What is an ethnomusicological perspective or approach? Discussing the fields and subjects of Ethnomusicology by starting from the questions of what, why and how Ethnomusicology examines.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|7||Strategic methods and techniques used for data collection and analysis are defined in ethnomusicology.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|8||Strategic methods and techniques used for data collection and analysis are defined in ethnomusicology||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|9||The role of the ethnomusicologist in research is discussed in the light of method and approach problems such as writing culture, objectivity, emic-ethical approach, inside-outside, self-other.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|10||Translation techniques used for the writing and analysis of music in the period from the beginning of ethnomusicology to the present are discussed by giving examples from the studies.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|11||The change in the interdisciplinary feature of the discipline in the light of new trends that gained momentum starting from the 1990s; The issue of expanding the research problems and scope to Western art music and urban popular music will be discussed.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|12||Major scientists and their studies, who have made important theoretical and applied studies from the emergence of Comparative Musicology until today, will be discussed.||Readings of Book Chapters in the Resources Section|
|13||Presentations and Discussions: Steering Ethnomusicology||Current Discussions|
|14||Presentations and Discussions: Steering Ethnomusicology||Current Discussions|
|Course Notes||<p>Notes arranged weekly</p>|
Stobart, Henry. 2008. The New (Ethno)musicologies (Europea: Ethnomusicologies and Modernities) The Scarecrow Press, Inc.
Post, Jennifer C. 2006. Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary Reader. New York: Routledge.
Myers, Helen. 1992. ed. Ethnomusicology an Introduction, U.K.: The Macmillan Press Ltd. ? Nettl, Bruno. 2005. The Study of Ethnomusicology: Thirty-One Issues and Concepts, Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Wayne C. Booth, Gregory Colomb, and Joseph Williams, The Craft of Research (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1995)
Kate L. Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996)
Barzun, Jacques-Graff, Henry F. Modern Araştırmacı, Çev. Fatoş Dilber, 4.bs.-Ankara: TÜBİTAK,1997.
Medawar, P. B. Genç Bilim Adamına Öğütler, Çev.Nermin Arık, 11. bs., Ankara: TÜBİTAK, 1997.
Seyidoğlu, Halil. Bilimsel Araştırma ve Yazma El Kitabı, geliştirilmiş 8.bs., İstanbul:Güzem, 2000.
Yalvaç, Mesut Kütüphane ve Bilgi Merkezlerinde Sistem Analizinin Önemi ve Uygulanabilirliği. İstanbul: Çantay Kitabevi, 2000 s.: 38-88
|Order||Program Outcomes||Level of Contribution|
|1||It learns music by researching all aspects of it, reaches knowledge and synthesis, creates a critical perspective that can perceive his environment and the world with the perspective required by the age.||X|
|2||It learns music by researching all aspects of it, reaches knowledge and synthesis, creates a critical perspective that can perceive his environment and the world with the perspective required by the age.||X|
|3||It deals with the art of music in many dimensions such as education, aesthetics and history, examines it and reaches conclusions.||X|
|4||It follows innovations in note writing and music technologies. Has the ability to use technological possibilities in carrying traditional music and today's music to the future.||X|
|5||Analyzes the music culture, which is a very important element of the national culture, in a historical perspective and carries it into the future.||X|
|6||Has the ability to convey the characteristics of musicology to listener groups who are not experts or experts, by using effective communication techniques of public relations on issues related to her field.||X|
|7||Has the ability to use technological possibilities in carrying the traditional music and today's music to the future.||X|
|8||By analyzing popular culture based on scientific knowledge, he has the ability to critically analyze the art created by popular culture.||X|
|9||Has a foreign language knowledge enough to follow foreign sources related to his field and communicate with colleagues (European Language Portfolio Scale, Level B1).||X|
|10||Besides western music theory and solfege, it equips Turkish music theory and solfege, history, literature and instrumental knowledge.||X|
|11||Gives the methods and techniques of questioning, analyzing and synthesizing the subjects of music science.||X|
|12||Gives social, scientific and ethical values ??in the stages of collecting, interpreting and announcing scientific data in the field of musicology.||X|
|Semester Studies||Contribution Rate|
|1. Ara Sınav||50|
|1. Kısa Sınav||10|
|2. Kısa Sınav||10|
|1. Performans Görevi (Seminer)||30|
|1. Yıl İçinin Başarıya||50|
|ECTS - Workload Activity||Quantity||Time (Hours)||Total Workload (Hours)|
|Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)||12||4||48|
|Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)||13||1||13|
|Performance Task (Seminar)||1||10||10|
|Total Workload / 25 (Hours)||3.84|