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Is Rap Music A Bad Influence On Children And Teens

listening to rap music. Nowadays, rap is one of the most popular music genres to people around the world especially teenagers and also quickly increasing through music industry for decades. This kind of music was began by African-American in the early 1970’s and composed to tell or reveal one’s experiences by using alliteration. Although rap history was just started, its influence is now powerful and widespread as same as fast food trend. Moreover, for teenagers, it is a kind of music to dance and...

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Rap Music

defining rap music, some define it as poetry in the form of music. Even though rap music is thought of as a form of art, it is highly debated as a controversial social issue. Author  Sid Kirchheimer from " Does rap put teens at risk" makes a claim that rap music is a detriment to our youth. He believes that negative behaviors is the outcome of people watching and listening to rap music. Author Curtis Aron from "Rap Music: Is It As Bad As Some People Think?" Thinks otherwise and claims that rap music...

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How Music Influences Teens

 How does music influence teens in love, drugs, and drinking? Alex Brown 12/11/12 Sociology, 6th Society today is different than it was decades ago. Whether good or bad, it is evident. Culture is more centralized around media more now than it has ever been. It'd be hard to go a couple hours without being exposed to media and impossible to go a whole day. How exactly does media influence us? Does the constant exposure make us susceptible to the messages artists and designers are trying...

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Influence of Rap

Influence of Rap Music Today, Rap has become the most popular type of music in the US. Many people listen to music while they drive their cars, are at work, do housework, and study, etc. Music as we know it today is the voice of a generation. It gives us entertainment, and speaks out for a community of people in many ways. Most people listen to at least some sort of music, and serve a purpose. Just about any expression can be shared through music. Rap is one type of fastest growing music in...

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How Rap Music effects Children

How Rap Music effects children. by Aren Darneal. Mrs.Glover's english 3. The urban youth of today are highly influenced by the lyrics of the music they listen to. This music can be narrowed down to today’s version of hip-hop, or more commonly called rap. The youth are influenced by the lyrics and want to be like the rappers and live their lifestyle. What do these artists specifically talk about that want the youth to act this way? Most rap artists today produce the images of drug abuse, prostitution...

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Rap Music

The Media’s deceptive characterization of Rap Music If the average person is asked to picture an image of a rapper, images of a man with his body covered in tattoos, wearing gold chains with smoke pouring out of his mouth and swearing to every second word he says would be some of the first things to come to his or her head. If the person is asked again to describe how they picture a rap music video to be like, her or she would probably describe the video centered on a rapper with the features previously...

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Rock and Rap Does Not Have a Bad Influence on Teenagers

mans existence music has always been a medium in which man has been able to express himself. Music is mostly loved by everybody. When was the last time you have heard someone say, "I hate music."? Lately though, music has been criticized for corrupting a teenager’s mind. Rap is being blamed for crimes and murders in cities all over the world and heavy metal is being blamed for giving teens only dark thoughts in their minds. Although the media and public criticize rap and rock music and blame it for...

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music and its deception

Daniel Music and its Deception Year after year various artists release new music. With every new year comes more and more aggressive and provocative music than the previous year. In today’s culture and society we find youth rebelling, choosing a less successful route to pursue. In the blog “Music and the Influence on Society” by Kandi, she states that music doesn’t have a direct influence on today’s violence or teen behavior. Whether music is a direct or indirect factor, it is obvious...

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rap's influence on society

ENG 102 28 August 2013 Rap music and the influence it has on society I have decided to research about rap music and what it has become in our society today. Violence has always been an issue, but with rap music being the most popular among teens its important what kind of messages these artist are sending. With that being said it has changed since its origination. Early rap music created a new culture for people of the the inner cities to follow, it...

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Rap Music

Rap Music: A Misinterpreted Art Form By Enoch Noel Submitted to Ms. Jones Oct. 9, 2001 Oral Communication T-Th-4pm Outline Thesis Statement: Social acceptance for rap music is my goal and in order for me to reach it, I will have to answer the questions what is rap, who founded it, and how much influence does the news and media have upon rap music. Introduction I. History of Rap Music A. When, and who founded it? B. What is Rap music? II. Compare and contrast parent's view about rap music. A. How...

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