‘That’s how the whole hand-clap thing passes on': Online/Offline Transmission and Multimodal Variation in a Children’s Clapping Game

Julia Bishop

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Abstract

An in-depth investigation into continuity and change in the modes used for a particular musical game, and a comparison between oral transmission and the use of media sources, particularly the role of YouTube in musical play.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChildren’s Games in the New Media Age
Subtitle of host publicationChildlore, Media and the Playground
EditorsAndrew Burn, Chris Richards
PublisherAshgate
ISBN (Print)978-1-4094-5025-2
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2014

Keywords

  • Folklore
  • Children
  • Play
  • Oral transmission
  • Primary School
  • Media
  • YouTube
  • Musical Play
  • Ethnomusicology

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    Bishop, J. (2014). ‘That’s how the whole hand-clap thing passes on': Online/Offline Transmission and Multimodal Variation in a Children’s Clapping Game. In A. Burn, & C. Richards (Eds.), Children’s Games in the New Media Age: Childlore, Media and the Playground Ashgate .