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Table Of Contents
Part I: Common Bases in Music Research 1. An Overview (Sang-Hie Lee) 2. Research Proposal (Sang-Hie Lee) 3. The 21st Century Library (Nancy Cunningham) Part II: Qualitative Research in Music 4. Philosophical Research in Music (Sang-Hie Lee) 5. Music Theory Research (Juan Chattah) 6. Historical Research in Music (Sang-Hie Lee) 7. Naturalistic Inquiry/Qualitative Studies (Sang-Hie Lee) 8. Research Methods in Ethnomusicology (Janet Sturman) Part III: Quantitative Research in Music 9. Experimental Study (Sang-Hie Lee) 10. Social Science Research (Sang-Hie Lee) 11. Descriptive Statistics (Sang-Hie Lee) 12. Inferential Statistics (Sang-Hie Lee) Part IV: Performance Science 13. Within-Subject Research with Musicians (Tom Welsh, Keith Miller, and Steven Chatfield) 14. Measuring the Performer and Performance (Dustin Hardwick, Stephanie Carey, Matthew Lazinski, and Sang-Hie Lee) 15. Measuring the Audience (George Waddell and Aaron Williamon) Part V: Review 16. Review, Finishing Up, and Reporting Results (Sang-Hie Lee)
Sang-Hie Lee is a pianist-pedagogue and Professor of Music specializing in Performing Arts Medicine and Research Methods at the University of South Florida.