Music and Its Effects on Teenagers Outline Even though there is no direct correlation between rap music and the crimes or mischievous behaviors of teenagers, the physiological effect it has on them has been proven to be negative, we cannot place the blame rap music and videos, but instead we should look to find out what’s the real problem with our teenagers. I.
The issue of rap music’s so called “negative effect” on teenagers as well as young adults has come more serious in recent years. II. There are studies that can to a certain degree link crime or negative activities to rap music. A. Denies Herd’s article explores the role of changing images of violence in rap music lyrics from the asses to the asses. The results Indicate that there has been a dramatic and sustained increase In the level of violence in rap music. B. Most teenagers do not have a definite personality, so they Imitate what they see on T.
V. Ill. A behavioral contrast teen teens who listen to rap music versus those who don’t should be compared. A. In a study of 72 African-American males done by Dearer F. Jameson completed measures of African Self-consciousness, Cultural Instrumentation, Hyper masculinity, and a Rap Music Preference Index were found during this study. B. Violence, subordination of women, competition, and aggression are some of the negative behaviors that have been accredited to teenagers who listen to rap music.
C. On the other hand teenagers who don’t listen to rap music tend to do be more inconsiderate, do better in school, and get in less trouble. IV. We need to find ways to improve the overall Image that comes across when teenagers is either viewed or hear rap music. A. Video’s need to display women In a more respectable and positive manner, while at the same time shunning violence and drugs. B. Bring to attention the videos that done well (In sales), without the use of violence, drugs, and alcohol. C.
Do not publicize rappers who are conducting themselves in a professional manner or do not have quality morals. Even though there is a very small window in which we can directly link rap music to violence in teenagers, it is safe to say that if teenagers saw their role models doing the right thing instead of negative activities, I believe they would follow. Outline for Negative Effects of Rap Music By Livingston Rap Music and its Effects on Teenagers we should look to find out what’s the real problem with our teenagers. L. The issue the asses.
The results indicate that there has been a dramatic and sustained increase in the level of violence in rap music. B. Most teenagers do not have a definite personality, so they imitate what they see on T. V. Ill. A behavioral contrast the other hand teenagers who don’t listen to rap music tend to do be more improve the overall image that comes across when teenagers is either viewed or hear rap music. A. Video’s need to display women in a more respectable and positive the videos that done well (in sales), without the use of violence, drugs, and alcohol.