Hacia una comprensión de las identidades musicales de los estudiantes. Desde los primeros años hasta la adolescencia Towards understanding students' musical identities. From the early years to adolescence

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Pablo Marín-Liébana
José Salvador Blasco Magraner
Ana María Botella Nicolás

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El interés por el reconocimiento de las identidades musicales de los estudiantes en el ámbito educativo ha crecido durante los últimos años. No obstante, se trata de un concepto ambiguo y de difícil acotación terminológica, lo que dificulta su comprensión e identificación. Aquí se realiza una revisión bibliográfica de 79 trabajos, estudiando su desarrollo teórico, su aplicación en la música y su evolución a lo largo de las etapas que comprenden desde los primeros años hasta la adolescencia. Así, se ha encontrado que las identidades musicales son complejos constructos interseccionales, discursivos y performativos que se elaboran en torno a las tensiones entre individuo-sociedad y juegan un importante papel en el desarrollo psicosocial de los estudiantes. Finalmente, se elabora una serie de propuestas de intervención educativa.


Palabras clave: Educación musical; educación primaria; educación secundaria; identidades; música.


 


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The interest in the recognition of the musical identities of students in the educational field has grown in recent years. However, it is an ambiguous concept and it is difficult to define, which makes it difficult to understand and identify. A literature review of 79 works was carried out, studying their theoretical development, their application to music and their evolution throughout the stages that comprise from the early years to adolescence. Thus, it has been found that musical identities are complex intersectional, discursive and performative constructs that are elaborated around the tensions between individual-society and play an important role in the psychosocial development of students. Finally, a series of proposals for educational intervention are presented.


Keywords: Music education; elementary education; secondary education; identities; music.

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Marín-Liébana, P., Blasco Magraner, J. S., & Botella Nicolás, A. M. (2020). Hacia una comprensión de las identidades musicales de los estudiantes. Desde los primeros años hasta la adolescencia : Towards understanding students’ musical identities. From the early years to adolescence. ENSAYOS. Revista De La Facultad De Educación De Albacete, 35(2), 87-102. https://doi.org/10.18239/ensayos.v35i2.2353
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