A critical study of the global phenomenon of popular music.
This paper examines how popular music is consumed and produced around the globe. While world music flows through different routes and has distinct meanings in each of its contexts, a critical examination of the place of its consumption can help us understand the reasons why such music is so often found out of its original context. Major themes to be covered include the global music industry, world music as a genre and how music is used to represent cultures. This paper is in the cultural studies strand of Music papers and builds on the ideas introduced in MUSI 103 Music in Popular Culture and MUSI 104 Music in World Cultures.
|Paper title||Global Pop|
|Teaching period||First Semester|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$998.10|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$3,885.00|
- 36 100-level points
- MUSI 369
- Schedule C
- Arts and Music
- MUSI 269/369 Course Reader
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Global perspective, Interdisciplinary perspective, Scholarship, Critical thinking,
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- Learning Outcomes
- To develop a critical understanding of music and globalisation
- To gain a familiarity of historical development of the global music industry
- To gain an understanding of pertinent theories and concepts relevant to popular music globally
- To develop an understanding of globalised and localised music cultures
- To gain the ability to identify diverse popular music
- To develop an ability to analyse diverse popular music in different cultural settings
- Paper Structure
- Please contact the Department of Music's office for a copy of the most recent paper profile.
- More information link
- View more information on the Department of Music's website
- Teaching staff
- Convenor: Dr Oli Wilson
- No prior musical knowledge in music notation and theory is required.
- Teaching method
- This paper is taught On Campus
- Learning management system
|Weeks: 9-12,14-22||Tues, Wed : 09:00-09:50|
|Weeks: 9-12,14-22||Wed : 14:00-14:50
or Wed : 15:00-15:50
or Wed : 16:00-16:50