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Youthful Perspectives: Examining Perceptions and Attitudes towards Gender Roles in Music among Students at the School of Music, Philippine Women's University

This study investigates the perceptions and attitudes towards gender roles in music among students at the School of Music, Philippine Women's University, Philippines. Grounded in the rich cultural context of the Philippines, where historical, cultural, and societal influences shape distinct gender roles, the research aims to fill a gap in the existing literature by examining the perspectives of young individuals engaged in formal music education. the demographic profile of participants reveals a predominantly female representation, reflecting the university's emphasis on women's education but also highlighting a need for increased inclusivity in research. Through a comprehensive survey instrument, the study explores students' perceptions of gender roles in music, attitudes towards existing biases, and the impact of gender on their musical experiences. Findings indicate a consensus among participants on the existence of gender associations and stereotypes, emphasizing the need to challenge traditional norms within the School of Music. Additionally, participants express a desire for strategies to create a more inclusive and equitable musical environment. the study recommends tailored interventions, including diversified extracurricular offerings, mentorship programs, and transparent assessment criteria, aligned with academic years and culturally sensitive initiatives. these findings contribute valuable insights to the broader discourse on gender inclusivity in the music industry and lay the foundation for continued academic inquiry into the intersections of gender, youth culture, and music in the Philippines.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Objectives

4. Research Design

5. Results and Discussion

6. Recommendations

7. Conclusion

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