Case Study Designs in Music Therapy
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Sep 29, 2004 - Psychology - 288 pages
Research and clinical work are often perceived as opposites in the field of music therapy. This book shows, for the first time, how these two areas of work can creatively complement one another, proving beneficial to both disciplines. Each chapter is written by a leading researcher and practitioner in the field, and the book covers a wide spectrum of approaches within different settings. Beginning with methodological and musicological approaches to case studies, the book then moves on to more specific topics such as the use of case studies in an interactive play setting and in music therapy with the elderly. Later chapters explore theoretical aspects, looking at a worked example of music and progressive change during therapy, and how case study designs can be used in practice. A must for all professionals working and studying within the music therapy area, this is also an informative and useful book for health researchers.
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2 Therapeutic Narrative Analysis as a Narrative Case Study Approach
3 How Wonderful That Ive Been Born Otherwise You Would Have Missed Me Very Much
4 Song Creations by Children with Cancer Process and Meaning
5 A Case Study in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music BMGIM
6 The Use of Single Case Designs in an Interactive Play Setting
7 The Use of Single Case Designs in Testing a Specific Hypothesis
Testing Hypotheses as a Series of Case Studies
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Page 11 - A case study is an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context, especially when the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not clearly evident.
Page 29 - ... he brought his army and camped in the desert. He had a mighty elephant, which he used in attack and to increase the people's awe. The populace became anxious to see the elephant, and some sightless from among this blind community ran like fools to find it. As they did not even know the form or shape of the elephant they groped sightlessly, gathering information by touching some part of it. Each thought that he knew something, because he could feel a part. When they returned to their fellow-citizens...
Page 29 - ... thought he knew what an elephant was. When they returned to the city, groups of people gathered around, each anxious to learn the experiences of those who had touched the elephant. They asked about its shape and were told by the man whose hand had reached an ear that an elephant is a large, rough thing, wide and broad, like a rug.
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