M4GHD aims, ideas, theories, methods
- 1 Aims
- 2 Ideas
- 3 Theory
- 4 Methods
... and their histories...
- Music. As a technology. Read: Patel.
- Ethnomusicology. Read: Rice, pp. 1-10
Music is more than "art sound", more than "sound"...
- Applied ethnomusicology, applied anthropology
- Global citizenship (global human)
- Development: goals and models
- economic - technological - political. Review: traditional models.
- human and social. Review: HDI.
- cultural. Review: AKTC
- arts. Read: Kabanda.
- sustainable 
- MDGs and SDGs
- Well-being. Happiness. Peak experiences. Read: Maslow as summarized and critiqued in Maslow 2.0
Music for Global Human Development
- M4GHD: the following categories are emphases, never mutually exclusive
- Songs for sustainable peace and development (C4D)
- Music for cultural continuity and civil society (lifeworld)
What is the power of music to effect social change? Music is a powerful technology...
- Definition and scope
- Key properties
- some musical strategies:
- focus on vocal and body sounds
Social and semantic networks
- Social net: society
- Semantic net: culture
- The social fabric
- Society as a social network
- Culture as a semantic network
- Music culture as a socio-semantic network
Systems and Lifeworlds
- Feedback, emergence, resonance
- Community-based collaboration
Art for Change
- Music for change project
Development and Human Development
- Social media
Research: impact assessment
Question: how can we measure (human) development? how do we measure program effectiveness?
- Development indices
- Canadian index of well-being
- World happiness report
- Quantitative vs. Qualitative research (surveys and case studies), KAP
- M4GHD Impact assessments
Music as a social technology: transforming the social fabric (society as social network, culture as semantic network), transforming relationships, catalyzing connections.