Beiträge empirischer Musikpädagogik / Bulletin of empirical music research (b:em)

Bulletin of empirical music researchoffers an international platform for the publication of high-quality empirical studies, meta-studies and methodological reflections from the entire field of music education research. The international open access journal with double-blind peer review is free of charge for both authors and readers. The journal presents and discusses findings and analyses of music education research in schools and classrooms as well as contributions dedicated to non-formal or informal music-making and teaching/learning contexts. Submissions from related disciplines are also welcome, provided their relevance to music education is clear.

Another focus is on articles with a methodological or methodological emphasis. They are a valuable contribution to the further development of empirical music education. In addition, each issue contains reviews and conference reports with the aim of promoting internal and international dialog and supporting academic communication. This is particularly important to us in continental Europe.

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