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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2340/177

Title: AFFECTING AND EFFECTING MUSICOLOGICAL SCHOLARSHIP
Authors: Melissa Ursula Dawn Goldsmith
Keywords: ETDs
Melissa Goldsmith
Melissa Ursula Dawn Goldsmith
electronic theses and dissertations
American Musicological Society (AMS)
metatheory
music
musicological
musicological research
musicology
research
Issue Date: 10-Jul-2006
Publisher: NDLTD
Citation: In Proceedings of Third International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Abstract: Musicologists have yet to take a stance or even consider how they will approach electronic theses and dissertation writing. This is ironic for a field with a history of caring a good deal about the dissemination of information, concern for writing styles and formats, interest in musicological outreach, and enthusiasm for teaching critical thinking. This paper has two purposes: to help begin a discussion about ETDs and their potential impact on scholarship in the musicology community; and to offer some ideas about electronic resources for musicological research. Although the musicology community possesses either a nonexistent or conservative approach to ETDs and electronic publishing (or is at times unaware of ETDs and electronic publishing), it has also exhibited a strong interest in creating electronic databases to inform others about theses and dissertations being completed or in progress at institutions around the world.
URI: https://eidr.wvu.edu/esra/documentdata.eSRA?documentid=4126
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