Participation in Instrumental Learning (TIAMu)

Resource Type
Dataset : Survey and aggregate data
  • Kranefeld, Ulrike (TU Dortmund, Institut für Musik und Musikwissenschaft; Universität Bielefeld)
  • Busch, Thomas (TU Dortmund, Institut für Musik und Musikwissenschaft; Universität Bielefeld)
  • Koal, Svenja (TU Dortmund, Institut für Musik und Musikwissenschaft; Universität Bielefeld)
Other Title
  • Eine Längsschnittstudie zu Aspekten musikalischer Bildungsverläufe in der späten Kindheit (Subtitle)
Publication Date
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  • ZA:
    • Education, School Systems
  • CESSDA Topic Classification:
    • Education
    • Compulsory and pre-school education
Free Keywords
Schema: TheSoz
music lessons; fine arts education; music; parent-child relationship
  • Abstract

    Student survey: gender, age, time spent with parents, parental involvement in the school life of child, number of books in household. JeKI at elementary school, instrumental lessons at elementary school, period of instrumental lessons; current instrumental playing, current instrumental lessons, weekly music lessons at school. If participating in JeKi in elementary school: playing on JeKI instrument, reasons for instrumental playing, lessons on JeKi instrument, JeKi teacher, reasons for ending JeKi lessons, break from JeKi lessons, lessons on other instrument, different instrument, beginning of lessons, reasons for playing the other instrument, ending playing a third instrument, duration of playing a third instrument. If not participating in JeKi lessons: played instrument, lessons on instrument, duration of lessons, previous instrument played, duration of playing the previous instrument. Questions about music and other arts: singing in the choir, duration, joy and importance of listening to music and singing, hobbies, cultural activities in the last year, desire to play another instrument, which instrument. When instrumental lessons take place: longest played instruments, instrumental teacher, type of teaching, parental involvement in instrumental lessons, assessment of instrumental teacher, participation in music class at school. Pleasure in played instruments, company in practice, place of practice, playing in a music group, type of music played. Most frequently played instrument, frequency of playing, duration of practice, parental involvement in practice. Reasons for instrumental playing, assessment of one´s own musical abilities, way of practicing, behavior while practicing, ambition in practicing. Reasons for musical success, importance of different musical aspects, evaluation of one’s own musicality, goals in instrumental playing, dealing with distraction. Parent survey: gender of the child, participation of the child in instrumental lessons in private and at school, child’s instrument, musical activities of the family, common activities within the family, importance of musicality, cultural activities with the child, assessment of the child´s abilities and personality, importance of certain goals of education, participation in the child’s, importance of music in the family, satisfaction with the school performance of the child. Household size, number of children in household, number of older children living in household, type of housing, number of books in household, living together with other parent of child, employment of parents, employment relationship, occupational status, household income. Reasons for possible non-participation of the child in private instrumental lessons, exercise time of the child, frequency of playing the instrument, pleasure in practicing, satisfaction of the child with the instrument, frequency of support of the child in practice, ambition of the parents regarding the instrumental playing of the child, parent consultation by the child during instrument learning, parent supporting the child with instrumental learning, duration of weekly instrumental lessons, parental involvement in the child´s instrumental lessons, behavior of the instrument teacher, monthly fee for instrumental lessons, assessment of the fee, financing of the instrumental lessons, own instrument of the child, financing of the instrument. Demography: own age, country of birth mother / father / child, country of birth grandparents Germany, age of the child when moving to Germany, early musical support of the child, musical offer in the kindergarten, parents’ graduation, vocational training of the parents.
Temporal Coverage
  • 2013-06 / 2013-11
    1st time measurement
  • 2014-09 / 2014-11
    2nd time measurement
  • 2015-06 / 2015-09
    3rd time measurement
Geographic Coverage
  • North Rhine-Westphalia (DE-NW)
Sampled Universe
Students from comprehensive secondary schools and high schools from North Rhine-Westphalia, in the catchment area of former JeKi elementary schools (An Instrument, Dancing or Singing for Every Child), their parents, as well as former participants of the BEGIn study (Bielefeld evaluation study on instrumental group lessons)
Non-probability; Sampling Procedure Comment: Non-probability Sample
Time Dimension
  • Longitudinal: Panel
Collection Mode
  • Self-administered questionnaire: Paper
  • Self-administered questionnaire: Paper
Data and File Information
  • Number of Variables: 1549
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Alternative Identifiers
  • ZA6256 (Type: ZA-No.)
  • 1 (Type: VerbundFDB)
  • Kranefeld, U. et al. (2016) Teilhabe am Instrumentallernen - Aspekte musikalischer Bildungsverläufe in der späten Kindheit : Schlussbreicht zum Vorhaben TIAMU : Förderzeitraum: 01.12.2012-31.03.2016. [Technische Universität Dortmund]. doi: 10.2314/gbv:896151263.

Update Metadata: 2021-04-07 | Issue Number: 18 | Registration Date: 2018-03-28