Differences among the music-listening habits of pre-service teachers

Naciye Hardalaç, Canberk Özen

Music which is one of the most common forms of art in the lives of individuals is often believed to have considerable effect on the human life and therefore is evaluated to be of great importance. A distinction of the musical tastes, as well as the preferences of locations or equipments used when listening to music, which can be brought under the term "musical behaviour", between the groups of individuals belonging to different educational backgrounds by means of musical education is observed. The study focuses on the groups of individuals living in Turkey, where professional music education is mainly provided within faculties of education, faculties of fine arts and conservatories. Descriptive survey model is employed to obtain statistical information regarding the musical behavior of different groups questioned. The results are discussed with a number of comments made regarding the outcomes of the study.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijcar.2017.7865.1242
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