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This study aims to “map” popular music in Dublin, bringing together historical and contemporary understandings of Dublin’s popular music landscape. Through this survey, in addition to ethnographic field research, we seek to improve our understanding of the role popular music (across all genres: pop, rock, hip hop, jazz, etc.) plays in the lives of Dublin’s fans (citizens and tourists), by asking you to reflect on your memories of past musical experiences, your present day listening practices and preferences.

The survey forms part of a research project entitled “Mapping Popular Music in Dublin,” which surveys contemporary popular music experience in Dublin, and will explore the city’s popular music heritage along with literary and visual representations of its varied culture(s). It will lead to scholarly publications and to initiatives/materials promoting popular music engagement in the Dublin urban region, aligning with the respective missions of tourism, civic arts and local industry concerns, and contributing to broader strategies to position Dublin as an internationally recognised ‘city of music’.

 

Before completing this survey please take a moment to read the “Research Project Information Sheet” to help you decide if you wish to participate.

This survey is a combination of multiple choice and open questions, and it should take about 15-20 minutes of your time. You are free to skip some questions and give as much or as little detail as you like in your answers. Your answers will be treated with complete confidentiality, and you can withdraw participation at any stage.
Statement of Consent
By completing this survey, you consent to participate in the research project.

For further information about this survey, or about the project, please contact the project researcher: Dr Áine Mangaoang

 

 

 

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