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TOK Presentation 'How Does Music Affect Your Emotions?'

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Transcript of TOK Presentation 'How Does Music Affect Your Emotions?'

How Does Music Affect Your Emotions? "I have my own particular sorrows, loves, delights; and you have yours. But sorrow, gladness, yearning, hope, love, belong to all of us, in all times and in all places. Music is the only means whereby we feel these emotions in their universality." ~H. A. Overstreet Music Different stylistic devices within have varying impacts upon the type of emotion that you experience. Knowledge Claim: Emotion- Relatively intense affective response that usually involves a number of sub-components; subjective feeling, physiological arousal, expression, action tendency, and regulation, which are more or less synchronized. Emotions focus on specific objects, and last minutes to few hours. These all contribute to the emotional responses of an individual Counterclaim Stylistic Techniques Definition: Justified True Beliefs: Music triggers an emotional response at an individualistic level Platonic Principles of JTB's Belief
Truth
Justification Test One:
Truth must be public: everyone believes the same
Must be independent of any other person's belief
Eternal- does not change We must personally believe it Test Two: Test Three This is related to Empirical Evidence- Many studies have been conducted to show scientific evidence of music affecting emotions Personal Bias We both value music a lot, and view it as a cataclysmic cause to the dynamics of our emotions Different people's perspectives are more important than the techniques and impact of the music in deciding an individual's emotional response Different instruments- The selection of instruments used in a particular piece of music
Tempo- How fast or slow a piece of music is
Impulses- Accents and weight on specific notes in a collective manner
Separation between notes- Impacts the flow of music Real Life Situation: PUT ON YOUR BLINDFOLDS! Real Life Situation Example 1: What do you feel?
What emotions are conveyed? Real Life Situation Example 2:
What do you feel?
What emotions are conveyed? Other Knowledge Issues How do different individuals perceive music differently?
Gender
Culture
Personality How do preconceived judgments affect an individual's emotional response? How does language within music affect one's emotional response? CONCLUSION The effects discussed which are created through music affect the individual's as they hear a piece of music in the same way. Definition: Music- vocal, instrumental, or mechanical sounds having rhythm, melody, or harmony Sources of Information Personal groups of knowers: musicians, teenagers, females
Other groups of knowers: behavioral psychologists, scientists, and Universities The sense perception of music Emotions Knowledge Issues Questions that directly refer to our understanding of the world, ourselves, and others, in a connection with the acquisition, search for, production, shaping, and acceptance of knowledge. PIE Test!
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