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  • Agency and domination in communicative performance 

    Miles, Stephen (University of Exeter, 2009)
    Communicative approaches to musical composition and performance promote symbolic dialogue between performers and audiences, and seek to expand agency for all participants. Such approaches include the altering of performance ...
  • Collective identity and racial thought in São Paulo’s black gospel music scene 

    Burdick, John Samuel (University of Exeter, 2009)
    In an effort to push the literature on music and collective identity to examine how the cognitive dimension of collective identity gets constructed, this paper shifts away from the customary focus on lyrics, toward an ...
  • Editorial 

    MAiA Editorial Team (University of Exeter, 2009)
    The research presented in this, the Winter 2008/2009 issue, is part of an ongoing exchange of ideas from many different disciplines and actors which we at MAiA are proud to facilitate. The focus on music and the arts in ...
  • Why dance? The motivations of an unlikely group of dancers 

    Lawson, Helene M. (University of Exeter, 2009)
    This article explores the motivations of adult amateur tap dancers to gain insight into how they construct their social reality, what is the significance of this activity to the dancers, and how does it relate to the dance ...