eBook Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1452283028
  • ISBN-13: 9781452283029
  • DDC: 306.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1360 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released January 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

This first definitive reference resource to take a broad interdisciplinary approach to the nexus between music and the social and behavioral sciences examines how music affects human beings and their interactions in and with the world. The interdisciplinary nature of the work provides a starting place for students to situate the status of music within the social sciences in fields such as anthropology, communications, psychology, linguistics, sociology, sports, political science and economics, as well as biology and the health sciences.

Features and Benefits

  • Approximately 450 articles, arranged in A-to-Z fashion and richly illustrated with photographs, provide the social and behavioral context for examining the importance of music in society.
  • Entries are authored and signed by experts in the field and conclude with references and further readings, as well as cross references to related entries.
  • A Reader’s Guide groups related entries by broad topic areas and themes, making it easy for readers to quickly identify related entries.
  • A Chronology of Music places material into historical context; a Glossary defines key terms from the field; and a Resource Guide provides lists of books, academic journals, websites and cross-references.
  • The multimedia digital edition is enhanced with video and audio clips and features strong search-and-browse capabilities through the electronic Reader’s Guide, detailed index, and cross references.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Articles.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Accent.
2: Access, Digital.
3: Achievement, Academic.
4: Achievement, Musical.
5: Action Tendencies.
6: Advertising.
7: Aesthetic Response.
8: Affect.
9: Affordance and Appropriation.
10: Agency.
11: Aging.
12: Algerian Raï.
13: Algorithm.
14: Analogy, Metaphor, and Narrative.
15: Analysis by Synthesis.
16: Anthems.
17: Anthropology.
18: Antiestablishment Music.
19: Antiwar Music.
20: Anxiety, Performance.
21: Apartheid.
22: Applied Musicology.
23: Appraisal.
24: Archetypes, Melodic.
25: Architectural Acoustics.
26: Arousal, Emotional.
27: Arousal, Science of.
28: Arranging.
29: Arthouse.
30: Articulation.
31: Atonality.
32: Attention.
33: Attunement and Affiliation.
34: Audience.
35: Auditory Cheesecake.
36: Auditory Stream Segregation: Applications.
37: Auditory Stream Segregation: Boundaries.
38: Auditory System.
39: Authenticity.
40: Authorship.
41: Autism Spectrum Disorder.
42: Automaticity.
43: Background Music.
44: Bards.
45: Behavioral Measures.
46: Belief.
47: Belonging.
48: Bimusicality.
49: Bird Song.
50: Blind Musicians.
51: Body Movements.
52: Brain Specialization for Music.
53: Brain Stem.
54: Brain Waves.
55: Brand Image.
56: Campaigns.
57: Cancer.
58: Cantometrics.
59: Case Studies.
60: Categorical Perception.
61: Chords, Perception of.
62: Circle of Fifths.
63: Circular Tones.
64: Civil Rights, U.S..
65: Classics.
66: Classification, Music Store.
67: Closed Systems.
68: Closure.
69: Cochlear Implant.
70: Cognition and Learning, Childhood.
71: Cognitive Constraints.
72: Communication.
73: Communicative Musicality.
74: Community Music.
75: Comparative Musicology.
76: Competitions, Classical and Popular.
77: Complexity.
78: Composition.
79: Computer Models of Music.
80: Computer Music.
81: Computer-Aided Musical Analysis.
82: Conducting.
83: Consonance and Dissonance.
84: Consumerism.
85: Continuous Response Measurement.
86: Converging Evidence.
87: Cooperation.
88: Copyright, Defined.
89: Copyright Law.
90: Correlational Study.
91: Country Music.
92: Creativity, Theories of Musical.
93: Critical Band.
94: Critical Period.
95: Cross-Cultural Communication.
96: Cross-Species Comparisons.
97: Cues and Signals.
98: Cultural Heritage.
99: Cultural Identity.
100: Cultural Meaning of Gender.
101: Cultural Renaissance.
102: Dance.
103: Database Studies.
104: Death.
105: Decoding.
106: Delivery and Distribution.
107: Dementia.
108: Development.
109: Diplomacy.
110: Dissociation.
111: Distraction.
112: Driving While Listening to Music.
113: Drugs, Recreational.
114: Drumming.
115: Dynamics.
116: Earworms.
117: Ecological Validity.
118: Ecomusicology.
119: Education, Music.
120: Electronic Music.
121: Elite Performance.
122: Embodied Cognition.
123: Emotion.
124: Emotional Contagion.
125: Emotional Intelligence.
126: Emotions, Aesthetic.
127: Emotions, Mixed.
128: Emotions, Primary and Secondary.
129: Empathy.
130: Empirical Musicology.
131: Enculturation.
132: Ensemble Performance.
133: Entrainment.
134: Environmental Causes and Campaigns.
135: Episodic Memory.
136: Ethnocentricity.
137: Ethnographic Studies.
138: Ethnomusicology and Ethnomusicologists.
139: Ethology.
140: Evaluative Conditioning.
141: Everyday Uses of Music.
142: Evolution.
143: Exaptation.
144: Executive Function.
145: Expectancy.
146: Expertise.
147: Expressive Timing.
148: Expressivity.
149: Facial Expression.
150: Fame and Esteem.
151: Fans.
152: Fascism.
153: Feature.
154: Features, Independence and Interaction of.
155: Feedback, Role of.
156: Fetal Development.
157: Fieldwork.
158: Fight Songs.
159: File Sharing.
160: Film Music.
161: Fingering.
162: Folk Music.
163: Fourier Analysis.
164: Fusion.
165: Gender.
166: Generation.
167: Generative Theory of Tonal Music.
168: Genetic Basis of Music.
169: Genius.
170: Gestalt.
171: Gesture.
172: Giftedness and Talent.
173: Globalization.
174: Green Music Alliance.
175: Grouping.
176: Habitus.
177: Harmonicity.
178: Harmony.
179: Health, Public.
180: Health and Wellness.
181: Health Care.
182: Hearing Damage.
183: Hegemony.
184: Hemispheric Asymmetry.
185: Hierarchical Organization.
186: High Fidelity.
187: Historical Musicology.
188: Hormones.
189: Human Behavior, Music as.
Half Title Page.
1: Language Disorders.
2: Large-Scale Structure.
3: Learning and Teaching.
4: Lessons, Music.
5: Licensing.
6: Loudness and Intensity.
7: Lullabies.
8: Lyrics.
9: Manipulation.
10: Marching Bands.
11: Marketing.
12: Mass Hysteria.
13: Meaning.
14: Meditation.
15: Melodic Intonation Therapy.
16: Melody Processing.
17: Memory.
18: Men.
19: Mental Health.
20: Meter.
21: Mirror Neurons.
22: Mode.
23: Modularity.
24: Modulation.
25: Mood.
26: Motivation.
27: Motor Skill Acquisition.
28: Movement.
29: Mozart Effect.
30: MTV (Music Television).
31: Multimodality.
32: Music, Definitions of.
33: Music Analysis.
34: Music Cognition.
35: Music Collectives.
36: Music Culture.
37: Music Exposure, Short-Term Effects of.
38: Music Festivals.
39: Music Journalism.
40: Music Medicine.
41: Music Piracy.
42: Music Preference.
43: Music Research, Causal Effects in.
44: Music Thanatology and Hospice Care.
45: Music Therapy.
46: Music Therapy Methods.
47: Music Therapy Models.
48: Music Traditions, Continuing.
49: Music Training, Long-Term Effects of.
50: Music Videos.
51: Musical Aptitude, Tests of.
52: Musical Disorders.
53: Musical Instrument Digital Interface.
54: Musical Meme.
55: Musical Semantics.
56: Musicking.
57: Nature, Music in.
58: Nature–Nurture.
59: Neural Network Models.
60: Neurotransmitters.
61: Noise Versus Music.
62: Nonmusical Abilities.
63: Nostalgia.
64: Notation.
65: Observation Techniques, Ethnomusicology.
66: Oral Tradition.
67: Originality, Measures of.
68: Ornamentation.
69: Pain.
70: Parkinson’s Disease.
71: Patriotism.
72: Pattern.
73: Pay to Play.
74: Payola (Radio).
75: Perception.
76: Performance.
77: Performativity.
78: Personality.
79: Philosophy.
80: Phonograph.
81: Physiological Responses, Peripheral.
82: Pitch, Absolute.
83: Pitch, Models of.
84: Pitch, Relative.
85: Pitch Perception.
86: Pitch Perception: Development.
87: Plasticity.
88: Poetry.
89: Political Music.
90: Popular Music.
91: Post-Tonal Music.
92: Power.
93: Practice.
94: Prevention.
95: Priming.
96: Primitive Music.
97: Probe-Tone Method.
98: Prodigy.
99: Propaganda.
100: Prosody.
101: Protest.
102: Protolanguage.
103: Psychoacoustics.
104: Psychoanalysis.
105: Race.
106: Radio.
107: Rating Scales.
108: Recognition.
109: Recording.
110: Recording Industry.
111: Rehabilitation.
112: Relativism, Cultural.
113: Relaxation.
114: Religion.
115: Repetition.
116: Resource Sharing, Music and Language.
117: Revolutions.
118: Rhythm.
119: Rhythmic Auditory Entrainment.
120: Rituals.
121: Rock Concerts.
122: Roughness and Beats.
123: Royalties.
124: Sad Music, Psychological Implications of.
125: Scale.
126: Schema.
127: School Bands and Choirs.
128: Second Language Acquisition.
129: Sectors, Music Industry.
130: Selection.
131: Self-Esteem.
132: Semiotics.
133: Sight Reading.
134: Silence.
135: Similarity, Melodic.
136: Singing, Acoustics.
137: Singing, Pedagogy of.
138: Singing, Psychology of.
139: Sleep.
140: Social Bonding.
141: Social Exclusion.
142: Social History.
143: Social Networking.
144: Socioeconomic Class.
145: Sociology of Music.
146: Song.
147: Songwriting as Profession.
148: Sound.
149: Sound Engineering.
150: Soundscape.
151: Special Needs.
152: Speech Therapy.
153: Spirituality.
154: Spirituals.
155: Sports.
156: Statistical Learning.
157: Street Musicians.
158: Stroke.
159: Structure.
160: Style.
161: Subcultures.
162: Subjectivity.
163: Suicide.
164: Synaesthesia.
165: Synchronization.
166: Syntax.
167: Systematic Musicology.
168: Tactus and Pulse.
169: Teamwork, Music Education and.
170: Technology.
171: Television.
172: Television Programming, Children’.
173: Tempo.
174: Tension.
175: Terrorism.
176: Theater.
177: Theory.
178: Theory of Mind.
179: Timbre.
180: Timing.
181: Tonal Pitch Space.
182: Tonality.
183: Tone.
184: Tone Language.
185: Touring.
186: Training.
187: Trance.
188: Transfer Effects.
189: Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
190: Troubadour.
191: Tuning Systems.
192: Unions and Guilds.
193: Universals.
194: Urban Music.
195: Vibrato.
196: Vibrotactile Devices for the Deaf.
197: Violence and Aggression.
198: Voice and Musical Identity.
199: Voice Leading, Rules of.