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The negative affects of music~
Transcript of The negative affects of music~
"I thought if I could touch this place or feel it
The brokenness inside me might start healing
Out here it's like I'm someone else
I thought that maybe I could find myself
If I could just come in I swear I'll leave
Won't take nothing but a memory
From the house that built me."
This song is about how she forgot who she was, and where she came from. So she went back to her childhood home, to remember. Also... Cinderella-Steven Curtis Chapman
"So I will dance with Cinderella
While she is here in my arms
'Cause I know something the prince never knew
Oh I will dance with Cinderella
I don't want to miss even one song
'Cause all too soon, the clock will strike midnight...
And she'll be gone."
This song is about a dad who dances with his daughter, because he knows that someday she will grow up, leave, and then she'll be gone. Country music videos and their negative impacts Many country videos show women in bikinis or short shorts. They objectify women, basically stereotyping how women should look and dress to get with them. This is just one of the many ways country music videos show negative meanings. Rap Music and the Negative Views of Women Rap and R&B music videos negative affect on us For Example: Rap music has many views of women and most are not good.
Many consider women as property, both men and other women. Some examples would be Lil' Wayne, Nikki Minaj, Kanye West, and many more. You may not realize this while listening to the music but many singers say things like this in a lot of their songs. The negative affects on us from these videos is significant. They also use alcohol and drugs in the videos to be "cool" and when people watch the videos they want to use drugs and alcohol to be "cool" when its really dangerous to your health to do those things. Examples of women being considered property : "Yo, what I gotta do to show these girls that I own them" -Nicki Minja "Pound the alarm" Rap and R&B videos con. They also use women as sexual objects in the videos. They have them dress in very reveling clothes or are just naked and dance in a very sexual manor. The artist calls them the B-word in most of their videos. Female artist do it too like Nicki Minaj wearing reveling clothes in her videos and having to have all the boys chase her; also acting very loud. So when females watch the video they want to dress and act like her, so they will buy the clothes and start acting like that to be "cool" like their favorite artist. -"She ain't shy no more, she changed her name to my b****
hahahaha, yeah, n**** that's my b****"
-"She ain't shy no more, she changed her name to my b****
hahahaha, yeah, n**** that's my b****"
-Lil’ Wayne “A Milli” In Trace Adkins' music video for Hot Mama, he shows his wife turning into a younger, hotter woman continuously through the video. She'll go from putting the kids into the car, to turning into a model, walking through a sprinkler towards him. Also... Rap and R&B con. Examples: In Jason Aldean's Dirt Road Anthem video he shows what looks to be under-aged kids partying and drinking beer. It also shows kids fighting. The break-off of hip-hop, gangster rap, has some kind of hypnotic control over young children. Young children somehow believe that the things these rappers sing about are good, since the rappers are now rich and famous.(From a website) Studies show: "...the meaning of the message is important. Music that encourages smoking, alcohol use and other actions encourages youth to emulate the habit as well." 'Don't do no press but I get the most press, kidPlus your my b****, make your b**** look like Precious Something''
-Kanye West "Mercy" basically saying that if a song has lyrics that are portraying a negative influence, kids will think it's okay to do it as well. Bibliography Knott, Christina. "The Effects of Country Music on Adolescents." EHow. Demand Media, 10 May 2011. Web. 01 May 2013. Deanna Cumming, MaryEllen Frack, Kierstin Blaga, Danielle Smith, Nichole Gould, and Sarah Harding. . Lyrics.com. N.p.. Web. 2 May 2013. <http://www.lyrics.com/the-house-that-built-me-lyrics-miranda-lambert.html>. Rap and R&B Statics Lyrics.com. N.p.. Web. 2 May 2013. <http://www.lyrics.com/cinderella-lyrics-steven-curtis-chapman.html>. Example Rude Boy by Rihanna. It shows her dancing provocatively and wearing provocative clothing. Negative affect on boys Pop videos like Rihanna's give the wrong idea to boys. Some pop videos show that you should only like a girl for her body and sex, nothing more. They also show men treating women disrespectfully, which can influence younger boys who watch these videos to do the same. These songs are good examples because they show how the artist puts their feelings into their music. Sometimes, sad music can have an affect on everyone, and make people think about their life the way the artist does. These are good examples because... Negative affects on girls Pop videos affect girls negatively too. It teaches girls that if they wear provocative clothing, dance provocatively and let guys do what they please to them, they will get attention. This also can create self esteem problems, because if they girls don't look similar to the girls they see in the music videos, they could feel bad about themselves.
This could create even bigger problems in some girls too, even leading to eating disorders because they're not "skinny" or "pretty" enough. Through a study conducted in Alabama that female youths who listen to rap music were:
-3 times more likely to hit a teacher
-2.5 more times to get arrested
-2 times more likely to have multiple sex partners
-1.5 more time to use drugs, alcohol, and get a new sexually transmitted disease ""Pound The Alarm" Lyrics." NICKI MINAJ LYRICS. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 May 2013. ""Mercy" Lyrics." KANYE WEST LYRICS. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 May 2013. ""A Milli" Lyrics." LIL' WAYNE LYRICS. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 May 2013. websites Rude Boy. Perf. Rihanna. Youtube. N.p., n.d. Web. Apr.-May 2013. Pop videos and their negative effects They portray the wrong idea about women. In some videos, it shows women as sexual objects. This is mostly shown by women dancing proactively, wearing provocative clothing and letting males touch all over them. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1447759 bvilla91.tripod.com/id2.html/well.blogs/nytimes.com/2008/02/05/under-the-influence-of music/ youtube.com The effects of rap lyrics on women This type of lyrics can influence society into thinking a woman is something to be played with. They give the notion that a woman would not care if she was passed along from one man to the next. It gives the green light to whoever is listening to the lyrics to do the same. The negative views of pop music lyrics "Degrading Songs Hurt Women." The State Hornet. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 May 2013. kierstin
my computer isnt letting me open the internet besides this page....
........that really sucks....
well yeah bcz now i cant do this and im flipping out bcz now everyone in the group is gonna hate me bcz i ruined the project
hmmmmm idk what to tell you
im gonna cry....
maybe you could get a ride to school early tomorrow.....wait when does the library open?
idk....do we all havta present tomorrow? like everyone in the group
idk all I know is that we're starting presenting tomorrow, idk if every group will go
ill see what i can do but i might just make u guys delete my name off the project n present with out me
.....ok but you know this will bring your grade down again....
my grade is already like a d- but idk...
hmmm yeah, dude you don't want to be held back or go to summer school