Relevance of Curriculum: Teaching and Learning Academic Musical Practice in Costa Rican Higher Education (1975-1991)

Amongst the articles objectives are highlight the significance of implementation and planification of organized curricular schemes and characterize these proposals preceding the institutionalized area consolidation in Costa Rica’s higher education system for learning and teaching the academic’s musi...

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Autor Principal: Quesada Aguilar, Marco Antonio
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: IIArte, Universidad de Costa Rica. 2014
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/escena/article/view/17518
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/19821
Sumario: Amongst the articles objectives are highlight the significance of implementation and planification of organized curricular schemes and characterize these proposals preceding the institutionalized area consolidation in Costa Rica’s higher education system for learning and teaching the academic’s musical practices throughout the second half of the twentieth century. Some considerations from the recog     nized sociologist, Pierre Bourdieu, are used to support the importance of these changing procedures. Bourdieu states in his theory of social spaces that the legitimation and implementation of organized curricular scheme and their corresponding plan of study make conceivable through titulation, validation of a legitimate cultural wealth instituted by hierarchical knowledge that articulates the professional’s profile establishment.