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date: 13 November 2019

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This chapter examines the Journal of Music Teacher Education (JMTE) from 1991 to 2017, including JMTE’s mission, review processes, and content of 403 articles. Of particular interest are changes in journal size, topic emphases, quantitative versus qualitative methodologies, ratio of research (new data) to interest articles (ideas based on existent data), and collaborative authorships. A review of related research involving trends in journal publication and scholarship of teaching and learning is included, as well as lists of JMTE editors, editorial review board members, and individual author productivity. Relationships between journal growth and strength of the sponsoring professional society (Society for Music Teacher Education Symposium and Graduate Student Research Forum) are discussed. Comparisons between the vitality of JMTE and the demise of Quarterly Journal of Teaching and Learning are explored. Suggestions for future analyses of professional journals conclude the chapter.

Keywords: editorial review, JMTE, music education research, music teacher preparation, professional journal, professional society, publishing productivity, scholarship of teaching, SMTE

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