Music Education

 

Prof. HO Wai Chung

Sociology of Music; Sociology of Music Education; Music Education in Asian Countries; Teacher Education

Dr. Esther MANG

Music Education; Early Childhood Development; Cognitive Neuroscience of Music

 

Professor HO Wai Chung 何慧中教授

Professor 教授

Research areas:

Sociology of Music; Sociology of Music Education; Music Education in Asian Countries; Teacher Education

Representative publications:

v Popular music, cultural politics and music education in China . London & New York: Routledge (2017).

v "Students' experiences with popular music: The case of Beijing, China." Asia Pacific Journal of Education (2016), 36(1), 145-164.

v Education, society, and cultures: A study of Hong Kong higher education in transition . New York: Nova Science Publishers (2016).

v "The production and reproduction of Chinese and Taiwanese identities in Taiwan's popular songs." Social History (2015) 40(4), 518-537.

v "Globalisation and localisation in music education in Hong Kong and Taiwan." Comparative Education (2013) 49(2), 163180.

Biography of Prof. Ho Wai Chung (http://mus.hkbu.edu.hk/ho.html)

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Dr. Esther MANG 孟皓珣博士

Associate Professor 副教授

Research areas:

Music Education; Early Childhood Development; Cognitive Neuroscience of Music

Representative publications:

v "Music and Language in Early Childhood Development and Learning" (co-authored with Chen-Hafteck, L.), Oxford Handbook of Music Education , Oxford University Press (2012), Vol.1, 261-278.

v "Effects of musical experience on singing achievement," Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education (2007), 174, 75-92.

v "Speech-Song interface of Chinese speakers," Music Education Research (2007), 9(1), 49-64.

v "The effects of age, gender and language on children's singing competency," British Journal of Music Education (2006), 23(2), 161-174.

v "The referent of children's early song," Music Education Research (2005), 7(1), 5-22.

Biography of Dr. Esther Mang (http://mus.hkbu.edu.hk/mang.html)

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