This Open Education Resource (OER) teaches students how to analyze and interpret music videos from 1981 to the present. Assuming no prior knowledge in any area, the text takes students through three major units (music analysis, visual analysis, sociological analysis), addressing several topics within each unit. Students are exposed to terms and concepts relating to music theory, music history, film and media studies, sexuality and gender diversity, ethnicity, and fashion.
This project was funded by KU Libraries’ Parent’s Campaign with support from the David Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright and the Open Educational Resources Working Group in the University of Kansas Libraries.
Osborn, Brad. 2018. “An Open Educational Resource for the Analysis of Music Video.” University
of Kansas Libraries, licensed under CC-BY-NC 4.0. Access Online at https://doi.org/10.17161/1808.26732.
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