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The Influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music on College Students

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Martina McBride
Independence Day
She tried to pretend he wasn't drinkin' again
But daddy left the proof on her cheek
And I was only eight years old that summer
And I always seemed to be in the way
So I took myself down to the fair in town
On Independence Day

They said he was a dangerous man
But mama was proud and she stood her ground
She knew she was on the losin' end
Some folks whispered and some folks talked
But everybody looked the other way


Domestic violence includes behaviors that:
*intimidate
*manipulate
*humiliate
*isolate
*frighten
*terrorize
*coerce
*threaten
*blame
*hurt
*injure
*wound

The Influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music on College Students
* Study conducted on 62 Elon University students to examine how they perceive and respond to the portrayal of women when exposed to misogynistic lyrics.

*Survey results indicated a positive correlation between misogynous thinking and rap/hip-hop consumption.
The Influence Cont.
*Young adults between the ages of 16 and 30 are the most likely group to consume rap/hip-hop music and in turn may become desensitized to the derogatory lyrics condoning relationship violence and sexual aggression (Cundiff, 2013).

* The study chose 20 songs from the Bilboard's Year-End "Hot 100" that ranged from release dates 2000-2010.

*They seperated the songs into four categories based on content: physical violence toward women, rape or sexual assault, labeling women in derogatory ways, and portraying sexual content.
* No songs coded for strictly rape/sexual assault.
*Survey results indicated a positive correlation between misogynous thinking and rap/hip-hop consumption.
Study Findings
*Over half of survey respondents expressed that exposure to popular rap/hip-hop songs moderately or significantly shapes audience attitudes toward the issue of domestic violence.

*Half of survey respondents agree or strongly agree that rap/hip-hop music glorifies domestic violence, and when these messages are conveyed to listeners, it may contribute to the “creation of a social climate in which violence is viewed as acceptable”.

*Survey respondents agreed that continued audience exposure to misogynistic rap/hip-hop music might reinforce negative attitudes about women because this content is “typically gender specific in its messages”.

*More than three-fourths of survey respondents agreed that most rap/hip-hop music suggests women are just for male sexual satisfaction, and in turn, nearly all students surveyed found rap/hip-hop songs to be more offensive to women than men.
Cundiff, G. (2013). The influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music: A Mixed-Method Analysis on Audience Perceptions of Misogynistic Lyrics and the Issue of Domestic Violence.http://www.elon.edu/docs/e-web/academics/communications/research/vol4no1/02CundiffEJSpring13.pdf
Cundiff, G. (2013). The influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music: A Mixed-Method Analysis on Audience Perceptions of Misogynistic Lyrics and the Issue of Domestic Violence.http://www.elon.edu/docs/e-web/academics/communications/research/vol4no1/02CundiffEJSpring13.pdf
Cundiff, G. (2013). The influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music: A Mixed-Method Analysis on Audience Perceptions of Misogynistic Lyrics and the Issue of Domestic Violence.http://www.elon.edu/docs/e-web/academics/communications/research/vol4no1/02CundiffEJSpring13.pdf
Cundiff, G. (2013). The influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music: A Mixed-Method Analysis on Audience Perceptions of Misogynistic Lyrics and the Issue of Domestic Violence.http://www.elon.edu/docs/e-web/academics/communications/research/vol4no1/02CundiffEJSpring13.pdf
Cundiff, G. (2013). The influence of Rap/Hip-Hop Music: A Mixed-Method Analysis on Audience Perceptions of Misogynistic Lyrics and the Issue of Domestic Violence.http://www.elon.edu/docs/e-web/academics/communications/research/vol4no1/02CundiffEJSpring13.pdf
Music's Influence on Domestic Violence and Abuse
Green Day
Pulling Teeth
I'm all busted up
Broken bones and nasty cuts
Accidents will happen
But this time I can't get up
She comes to check on me
Making sure I'm on my knees
After all she's the one
Who put me in this state
For now I'll lie around
hell, that's all I can really do
She takes good care of me
Just keep saying my love is true

Eminem
"Crack A Bottle"
(feat. Dr. Dre, 50 Cent)
Ooww Ladies and gentlemen
The moment you've all been waiting for..
In this corner: weighing 175 pounds,
With a record of 17 rapes, 400 assaults, and 4 murders,
The undisputed, most diabolical villain in the world:
Slim Shady!

While Rap and Hip-Hop glorify domestic violence, there are genres of music with songs that bring attention to the issue of domestic violence and abuse.
Domestic Violence
is a pressing issue often deemed acceptable by the media, and thus challenges men and women's perceptions of how they should treat their partners in their relationships.
The mass media portrays domestic violence both visually and aurally by normalizing the use of force in relationships. This correlates to the fact that:
*more than one in three women in the US have been sexually coerced by a partner.

*men commit at least 90% of documented acts of physical intimate partner violence in the US by exerting control over women.
Statistics on Domestic and Sexual Violence
*One in five women in the US is physically assaulted in her lifetime.

*One in 13 is raped by an intimate partner.

*Those between the ages of 20-24 are most susceptible to experiencing nonfatal intimate partner violence.

*One-half of college women in their senior year reported one or more unwanted sexual interactions during their college careers.
Miranda Lambert
Gunpowder and Lead

If he wants a fight well now he's got one
And he ain't seen me crazy yet
He slapped my face and he shook me like a rag doll
Don't that sound like a real man
I'm going to show him what a little girls are made of
Gunpowder and lead

His fist is big but my gun's bigger
He'll find out when I pull the trigger

Song Coding Examples
Referencing Physical Acts of violence toward women
Eminem
-
“The Real Slim Shady”-
Jaws all on the floor, like Pam, like Tommy just burst in the door and started whoopin her ass worse then before.

Demeaning Language Toward Women
Trey Songz’s - “Bottoms Up”-
If a bitch try to get cute ima stomp her. Throw alotta money at her then yell fuck her.

Sexual Conquest
Ludacris-“Splash Waterfalls”-
You better not of came, she want to feel the pain.
Rape/Sexual Assalt, Demeaning Language, and Physical Assault
Lil John, Usher, and Ludacris - "Lovers and Friends"-
Be a good girl now, turn around, and get these whippings. You know you like it like that, you don’t have to fight back, Here’s a pillow - bite . . . that.
Presented by:
Azalia Romero
MiKayla Charles
Wes Wilson
Angel Hudson
Eminem
"Love The Way You Lie"
(feat. Rihanna)
Now you're in each other's face spewing venom in your words when you spit them
You push, pull each other's hair, scratch, claw, bit 'em
Throw 'em down, pin 'em
So lost in the moments when you're in them
It's the rage that took over,
It controls you both

If she ever tries to fucking leave again
Im'a tie her to the bed and set this house on fire
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