enculturation

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While point-blank instruction in concepts, strategies, and even terminology is helpful, deep and lasting impact calls for an enculturative approach.
Minks (2002) classified them as reflecting paradigms that are: (a) diffusionist, where song is seen to represent a culture trait that can be traced to various geographic regions; (b) enculturative, in which children's music is seen as part of adult culture; (c) autonomous, such that children's music transcends locality and cultural background; (d) pertinent to cultural cognitivism, where song is viewed for its understanding of children's learning processes and communicative patterns; and (e) illustrative of music/language acquisition, the realm of study that focuses on the incipient vocalised speech and musical utterances of infants and young children.