Authors: Terry E. Miller and Andrew Shahriari
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1.According to ethnomusicologists, why is music considered a universal, but not a universal language?
2.In the early years of the study of world music, "armchair" scholars did not do their own ______.
3. Ethnomusicological research is most strongly influenced by ______ and ______.
4. ______ is the assumption that one's own cultural patterns are normative, while those that differ are "exotic," "strange," or "abnormal."
5. ______ is a research approach in which an ethnomusicologist learns to perform the music they study.
6. ______ is a research approach embraced by ethnomusicologists that encourages the acceptance of differing cultural perspectives.
7.This photo illustrates an ethnomusicological approach known as ______
8.This photo illustrates the _______ phase of the ethnomusicological research process.
9.The photo in question 8 illustrates an ethnomusicological approach known as ______..
10.Ethnomusicology has a canon of composers and works.