Vol. 6 Núm. 1 (2021): Políticas educativas para la formación técnica y profesional en Iberoamérica
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Estructura, diversidad e ideología en el currículum oficial de la educación musical primaria: una revisión sistemática

Pablo Marín-Liébana
Universitat de València
José Salvador Blasco Magraner
Universitat de València
Ana María Botella Nicolás
Universitat de València
Portada del volumen 6 número 1 de la Revista de Educación, Política y Sociedad
Publicado enero 1, 2021

Palabras clave:

Currículum, política educativa, educación musical
Cómo citar
Marín-Liébana, P., Blasco Magraner, J. S., & Botella Nicolás, A. M. (2021). Estructura, diversidad e ideología en el currículum oficial de la educación musical primaria: una revisión sistemática. Revista Educación, Política Y Sociedad, 6(1), 225–250. https://doi.org/10.15366/reps2021.6.1.009

Resumen

Durante los últimos años, ha cobrado relevancia el análisis crítico de los contenidos musicales que se imparten en los centros de educación formal, señalando la necesidad de que estos sean representativos de la diversidad cultural y ofrezcan herramientas a los estudiantes para comprender su propia contemporaneidad. Con el objetivo de profundizar en su estudio, se ha realizado una revisión sistemática del currículum escrito en la educación musical primaria mediante el análisis de 49 artículos científicos de ámbito internacional. Los temas más recurrentes giran en torno a la estructura del currículum, la diversidad que refleja y la ideología que pretende transmitir. Los resultados señalan una progresiva estandarización, una función de legitimación del orden político, y el retroceso de la hegemonía de la música académica occidental.

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