Å styrke vennskap og forfølge artistdrømmer gjennom uformell musikalsk praksis: Musikalsk aktørskap i en krysskulturell kontekst

  • Irene Trønnes Strøm Høgskolen i Innlandet

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This article builds upon an ethnographic study of how young people growing up in cross-cultural contexts perform their musical agency (Strøm, 2016). The twofold focus of the article concerns the ways in which the pop duo GunnInga perform their collective musical agency as well as how they strengthen their friendship and fulfill their artist dreams through informal musical practices. The theoretical framework of the article builds upon Stones’s (2005) strong structuration theory. The analysis is structured using Karlsen’s (2011) musical agency lens as a point of departure. In line with Liamputtong’s (2010) request to cross-cultural researchers, the analysis also applies a poem as an analytical tool. The term cross-cultural is applied to situate the pop duo in a context characterized by diversity in terms of both nationalities and options when it comes to activities, concerts, projects, workshops and so on, offered by both municipal and private cultural agents attempting to respond to this reality.

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Irene Trønnes Strøm, Høgskolen i Innlandet

Førsteamanuensis. Fakultet for lærerutdanning og pedagogikk, Høgskolen i Innlandet

Girtar og musikkutstyr på en scene
Publisert
2020-09-14
Hvordan referere
Strøm, I. T. (2020). Å styrke vennskap og forfølge artistdrømmer gjennom uformell musikalsk praksis: Musikalsk aktørskap i en krysskulturell kontekst. Nordic Journal of Art and Research, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.7577/information.4000
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