Several journals including the Philosophy of Music Education Review (1994), British Journal of Music Education (1993), and The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning (1993) all devoted issues to the topic of gender research in music education.
What does GRIME stand for?
GRIME stands for Gender Research in Music Education (Queen University; Canada)
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The bibliography cites important recent work on feminist theory in music and gender research in music education.