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|Title:||Exploring the Neglected Affective World of Musically Gifted Adolescent Males|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Special Education
|Abstract:||由於僅有少數的研究探索音樂資優生的社會情緒議題，所以針對男性音樂資優青少年所遭遇 的社會情緒議題之研究更為匱乏。透過檢視六位居住在台灣的男性音樂資優高中生的經驗，此研究盼能增進此領域不足的文獻；所用的研究設計為質性的多重案例研 究，其包含有文件審查、觀察以及學生與教師的深度訪談。所發現的主題為狹隘的社會圈，性別歧視，歸功他人與努力導向的歸因模式，學業比音樂術科造成更大的 壓力以及憂慮未來的生涯發展。並與現存的相關文獻比較後提出討論與建議。|
There have been few research studies of the social and emotional issues facing musically gifted students, let alone those facing musically gifted male adolescents. The aim of this study is to add to our limited knowledge of this area by examining the experiences of 6 musically gifted high school male students living in Taiwan. The study's research design was a qualitative multi-case study involving document review, observation, and in-depth interviews with students and their teachers. Major themes uncovered were narrow social circle, gender discrimination, non-self-serving and effort-oriented attribution, more pressure from academics than from music learning, and worrying about their music career. These themes were discussed in the context of the existing literature, and implications for the education of the gifted were presented.
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