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International Journal of Education & the Arts, v12 n6 Jul 2011

This case study about a teenage musician, Wade Johnston, suggests how YouTube has affected music consumption, creation, and sharing. A literature review connects education, technology, and media. Informal learning, digital literacy, and twenty-first century technology are also connected in the review. Data reveals how Wade started his channel, gained popularity, interacted with others, and promoted his musical career through YouTube. Original songs, covers, collaborations, documentaries, self-interviews, video blogs (vlogs), and live performances are observed by the researcher. Interviews with the subject, key actors in his life, fans, and first time listeners were transcribed and results were used to triangulate. Previous musical media research is expanded upon to include YouTube and video sharing. The idea of amateur and professional musician, musical venue, and audience member are being changed through YouTube. Current practices of how YouTube is used in the classroom are discussed, and future research is suggested. (Contains 1 figure and 4 endnotes.)

Descriptors: Video Technology, Web Sites, Informal Education, Electronic Publishing, Music, Musicians, Documentaries, Case Studies, Adolescents, Musical Composition, Computer Mediated Communication, Career Development, Interviews, Internet, Social Networks

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Author: Cayari, Christopher

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=4160&id=EJ937067







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