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Robertson, Scott Michael – ProQuest LLC, 2023
The scholarly study of punk is a growing interdisciplinary field. Within that already specialized group, research into punk pedagogy is emerging as a vital component of punk scholarship. However, no study in punk pedagogy has narrowed its scope to any one influential punk band to determine what constitutes its punk pedagogy. This dissertation…
Descriptors: Hidden Curriculum, Music, Subcultures, Foreign Countries
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Stewart, Francis; Way, Laura – Research in Education, 2023
DIY is often viewed as a core element of punk, an aspect that enabled activism against an assumed authority and power (Guerra, 2018; Martin-Iverson, 2017). It is therefore often lauded as a means of engaging with/utilising punk in a pedagogical sense (Bestley, 2017; Cordova, 2016). It should be capable of working in tandem with education in…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Subcultures, Social Bias, Attitudes toward Disabilities
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Romero, Noah – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2022
This article theorises punk rock's messages for the neoliberal university by exploring the contrasting approaches punk culture and higher education have taken to the influence of neoliberal discourse and ideology. Punk culture's foundational opposition to mainstream culture often enables it to function as an educative context in which participants…
Descriptors: Music, Subcultures, Neoliberalism, Higher Education
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Romero, Noah; Estellés, Marta; Grant, Wairehu – Research in Education, 2023
This article utilizes looks to punk rock pedagogy or the ways in which countercultural and decolonial ontologies are developed in punk subculture, to theorize Maori-Philippine relations in Aotearoa New Zealand. It uses an agential realist methodology to engage with the creative works of TOOMS, James Roque, and Marianne Infante (three New Zealand…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Decolonization, Historiography, Intergroup Relations
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Romero, Noah – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2021
This article positions punk rock pedagogy, or the educative dimensions of punk rock subculture, as an exemplar for combatting hate speech. This analysis contrast institutional efforts to protect free speech (which are rooted in free speech absolutism) with the ways by which punks protect one another from bigotry. This paper argues that the punk…
Descriptors: Freedom of Speech, Music, Teaching Methods, Music Education
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Woods, Peter J. – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2021
Within the growing body of literature focused on the cultural space surrounding punk music, an increasing number of scholars have examined do-it-yourself (DIY) music cultures through the lens of curriculum theory and education research more broadly. Extant research into punk pedagogy has largely failed to investigate one particular cornerstone of…
Descriptors: Music, Cultural Influences, Performance, Music Activities
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Heffernan, Amanda; Thomson, Pat – Research in Education, 2023
The field of education is in dire need of different ways of thinking about attracting, supporting, and retaining school leaders. We see the idea of punk as a space that may offer some leeway for thinking differently about professionalism for school leaders. In this paper, we draw on thinking about punk subcultures to recognise the ways in which…
Descriptors: Schools, Leadership, Subcultures, Music
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Vass, Greg – Research in Education, 2023
In recent years a suite of policies and practices that are strongly influenced by efforts to make the work of educators and education providers more accountable, have had a powerful impact across the sector in settings such as Australia. In part, this goes some way to explaining why many working in the teaching profession report being dissatisfied…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Accountability, Foreign Countries, Educational Change
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Sands-O'Connor, Karen – Global Studies of Childhood, 2018
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, British punk and reggae artists united to fight racism throughout society. Young people embraced the ideology of these musical forms, and many wrote about and published their experiences with racism and the police, and their desire to change society. Children's and young adults' highly politicized writing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music, Musicians, Racial Bias
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Smith, Gareth Dylan; Powell, Bryan; Knapp, David – Research in Education, 2023
The pervasive Eurocentric model of music education in the United States is hegemonic, pursuing a model of performance excellence in large ensembles that, by the time young people reach high school, excludes most from music making opportunities in school. Despite numerous efforts to challenge the dominant paradigm since the 1960s, little change has…
Descriptors: Music, Rock Music, Subcultures, Lifelong Learning
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Woods, Peter J. – Teachers College Record, 2023
Background: Within the body of literature on do-it-yourself (DIY) music scenes, researchers have routinely placed an emphasis on the role of material space in shaping the sociocultural and musical practices of punk music and other related genres. Scholars have also examined the teaching and learning processes of these musical subcultures under the…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Ideology, Ethics
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Lee, Austina Frances; Smith, Gareth Dylan – Research in Education, 2023
Capitalism and its offspring, neoliberalism, are omnipresent in modern and postmodern societies. Illich, Giroux, and McLaren, among others, point to the futility and inequity of current models of education that focus on standardization, vocationalism, and conformity. Running counter to these powerful hegemonic systems, critical pedagogues and…
Descriptors: High Schools, Singing, High School Teachers, Altruism
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Parkinson, Tom – Teaching in Higher Education, 2017
Since its beginnings in the late 1970s, punk culture has been associated with counter-mainstream ideology and anti-institutional antagonism. In particular, formal education has been criticised in punk for sustaining oppressive social and conceptual orders and associated behavioural norms. Drawing on literature and interviews, this paper focuses on…
Descriptors: Student Subcultures, Higher Education, College Faculty, Educational Strategies
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Heffernan, Amanda – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2019
This paper advances an alternative leadership metaphor of 'punk rock leadership'. I work through the usefulness of a metaphor of punk rock leadership as a way of exploring one principal's vision of leadership and his efforts to work outside of system expectations in his quest to achieve the school's goals. In doing so, I contribute to our wider…
Descriptors: Figurative Language, Instructional Leadership, Principals, Leadership Styles
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Kladder, Jonathan – Research and Issues in Music Education, 2021
The criteria used to admit prospective music teachers in colleges and universities across the United States has remained relatively unchanged since their inception. These criteria disenfranchise a population of potential music teachers who hold musical backgrounds outside the Western European art tradition. This autoethnography illuminates the…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, Musicians, Music Teachers
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