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"ERMOS järeldoktori uurimistoetus" projekt ERMOS40
ERMOS40 (ERMOS40) "The Evaluation of the Proportions of Linguistic Versus Musical Exposure In Early Childhood and the Impact of Cultural Pre-Concepts: A Problem Issue in the Comparative Theory of Music and Language. (15.11.2010−14.09.2014)", Viivian Jõemets, Tartu Ülikool, Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond.
ERMOS40
The Evaluation of the Proportions of Linguistic Versus Musical Exposure In Early Childhood and the Impact of Cultural Pre-Concepts: A Problem Issue in the Comparative Theory of Music and Language.
15.11.2010
14.09.2014
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
ERMOS järeldoktori uurimistoetus
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.4. KultuuriuuringudH352 Grammatika, semantika, semiootika, süntaks 6.3. Muud humanitaarteadused (filosoofia - s.h. teaduse ja tehnika filosoofia, kunstiteadused, kunstiajalugu, kunstikriitika, maalikunst, skulptuur, muusikateadus, teatriteadus, religioon, teoloogia jne.)100,0
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Tartu Ülikoolkoordinaator15.11.2010−14.09.2014
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskondkoordinaator15.11.2010−14.09.2014
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15.11.2014−14.09.201473 538,15 EUR
73 538,15 EUR

The observation and study of vocal communication and meaning generation in its linguistic, musical and the transitory stages is based on culturally pre-conditioned conceptions and it is therefore of crucial importance to define the cultural implications that are involved in any research on vocal expression and musicality. As young children exhibit pre-conventional forms of musical and linguistic performance, it is through the observation and analysis of children, not adults, that the cultural factors may best be defined and subjected to analysis. The amount of exposure is of crucial importance for acquiring a musical or language-related skill, but until we do not have studies that measure child development under more comparable musical and linguistic input, no satisfactory progress shall be made in the comparative theory of music and language and their evolution. The proportional difference in musical and linguistic exposure will be recorded and measured in age groups 1.5-3 and 3-5 years of Estonian-speaking children in non-specialized child care facilities. The transitory forms between music and language in spontaneous interaction situations will be analysed; an interdisciplinary methodology will be elaborated for the analysis of such forms and their role in meaning generation and communication. The study will undertake a critical review and propose and extended definition of musicality and musical versus linguistic competence for our cultural context. An attempt will be made to analyse the cultural implications that condition the proportion music and language acquisition.