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School House Rock: Animated Educational Music Videos for Kids - The Benefits of School House Rock: Animated Educational Music Videos for Kids "As your body grows bigger, your mind must flower, it's great to learn, 'cause knowledge is power!" Any person in their twenties can tell you where this phrase comes from, and that is because every Saturday morning in between Saturday morning cartoons children would wait anxiously for a five minute break of School House Rock. Little did we know that while we were singing along to "Sufferin' Till Suffrage" we were learning a history lesson....   [tags: Educational Music Videos] 1049 words
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Montage in Films and Music Videos - In the 1920s, artist like Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov and Vsevolod Pudovkin started experimenting with the new technique in their abstractfilms which is known as montage. Montage which is a synonym for Editing is a technique where two or more shots are juxtaposed which create a new meaning thatis not existent looking at the shots individually (Manovich, 2001). Few of the early examples of films using this technique are The Battleship Potemkin(1925) by Eisenstein and Man with a Movie Camera(1929) by Vertov.Montages are widely used in many other TV production areas like Advertisement, Dramas, News Programs and Music Videos....   [tags: Film Review, Montage] 2456 words
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Gender Representations in Music Videos: - Music videos originally served the purpose of creating an outlet through which artists could generate publicity for their work, broaden their popular appeal, and reach wider audiences with interesting audio-visual content (Berry & Shelton, 1999). Over the years, the visual imagery in music videos has increasingly become as significant as the music it represents, as music videos have now become major outlets for propagating views and stereotypes that influence popular culture. One of the most noteworthy features of modern music videos is the portrayal of gender according to the worldviews, experiences, and expectations of the music artistes, or in line with gender stereotypes associated with...   [tags: maculinity, hip hop, social orientation]
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Portrayal of Women in Rap and Music Videos - Misogyny and degradation of women is present in almost every genre of music, yet the one genre that completely revolves around demeaning women is rap. Over the years rap and rap music videos have continually become more sexual and degrading towards women. Rap has been criticized numerous times for this reason, and that is because rap is one of the most popular genres of music for the younger generations. It is more than a genre of music, it is a complete industry filled with clothing and other merchandise....   [tags: Feminism Rap Women]
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Sex and Music Videos in the 21st Century - Sex and Music Videos in the 21st Century Females have been portrayed as sex objects in music videos since MTV began. Some of the earlier stars on MTV consisted of Prince, Kiss and Aerosmith, just to name a few. Even those videos contained images of women in bikini’s, so why are we so shocked and appalled when Kid Rock has 20 surgically enhanced women parading around him as if he is king. Is it really that shocking that Sisqo’s, “The Thong Song” was voted 2000’s summer anthem, by Jet Magazine. His most recent album contained thirteen tracks....   [tags: Music Essays]
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Power of Dance in Music Videos - Power of Dance in Music Videos When VH1 got a panel of “music industry experts” together to decide on a list of the greatest music videos ever, it was Fatboy Slim’s “Weapon of Choice” that was the video of choice. Close behind on the list were videos for songs such as Madonna’s “Vogue” and Jackson’s “Thriller.” It seems to me that there is a significant theme all of these videos share…DANCE. Berkeley had it right. If you want a song to catch on, put it with a moving body. And if the body happens to be the king or queen of pop, that doesn’t hurt....   [tags: Performance Arts Dancing Essays] 393 words
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Sociology: Sexual Objectification of Women in Music Videos Today - The Research Problem This study works to examine the use of sexual objectification of women in music videos today. The primary purpose was to examine the differences between genres, specifically hip-hop and country. I tested the following; Women are more likely to be sexualized in hip-hop music videos than in country music videos. Literature Review Since the explosion of music videos in 1981, a large portion of their popularity has been due to the objectification of women and their sexuality....   [tags: Explicit Desired Content, Exploitation]
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Music Journal: Study of Latin American Music - This semster, I spent a lot of time appreciating Latin America music, watching videos, and enjoying their beauty in the media center. Some albums such as Antonio Carlos Jobim’s “ACJ Songbook and Carlos Santana’s “Music of the Andes” impressed me deeply. In particular, since I have hectic workload this semester and always feel tired, I become quite relaxed as I listened to Jobim’s “ASJ Songbook”. I really admire its elegence and usually feel refreshed after I leave the media center. In addition, some Tex-Mex tracks gave me a perpective of regional culture of the border along Texas and Mexico....   [tags: music, videos, album, song] 550 words
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A Detailed Comparison of Two Music Videos - A Detailed Comparison of Two Music Videos The video's I have chosen to analyse are from different eras. I am using Ashanti's 'Rain on me' video, which was made in 2003 and is in the category narrative. I am comparing this with Shanni Holiday's 'Locomotion', made in 1962 and is in the performance category, although it has a theme of trains in the video. The story of 'Rain on me', Ashanti plays herself; her boyfriend, who is jealous of her success, physically assaults her when they have arguments....   [tags: Papers] 787 words
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What to do about Music Videos? - What to do about Music Videos. What did he say. Have you stopped recently and really listened and watched the music of today. Music has been used in various forms since early human history. According to the Encarta Encyclopedia, “Music is the organized movement of sounds through a continuum of time. Music plays a role in all societies and its exists in a large number of styles, each characteristic of a geographical region or a historical era.” Music has a been and is presently used in different cultures for different reasons....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Start of Music Videos Were Much Different from Today - ... The Beatles shared a great part in helping influence the music video era. The starred in a promotional video directed by Richard Lester, call "A Hard Day's Night". Which was the main key in the success to the television show known as "The Monkees" (1966-1968) that was created to illustrated songs from the band "Monkees". The started making promotional clips to sell world wide ( mostly United States) so they did not have to make in-person appearances everywhere for them to be seen. All of this help spring up the desire for promotional clips....   [tags: production, evolution, digital] 999 words
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Let's Stop Glorifying Drugs in Music Videos - Let's Stop Glorifying Drugs in Music Videos The music industry and the glorification of drugs in music video's today have changed drastically on a higher level. Since the powerful influence of Hip-Hop and it's emergence into a worldwide culture, it has sweep through inner cites and suburban life styles impacting each and everyone of us. The Hip-Hop culture, not only as a form of free poetic expression (form of spoken word and poetry,) by young black African Americans but a true look into a way of life that many of us will never see or come in contact with....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument Essays]
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Eccentric People In Front Of Video Cameras - Is it Edward B. Marks, Joe Stern, MTV, VH1 or Ladislav Rychman. Who does society blame for the start of music videos and what they are in present day. These are just a few people and companies who helped introduce music videos into to the world. Since music videos have been aired on television not only the messages, but reason for which they were made has changed. Thanks to this change, the stereotypes remain the same about genres of music which affect society as a whole. During the late 1950’s, the introduction of the scopitone was the first device that allowed short videos to be produced....   [tags: music videos, mtv, youtube] 1898 words
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Analysis of Little Talks, by Of Monsters and Men - Introduction Of Monsters and Men is an up and coming Icelandic band that uses emotional lyrics and familiar subject matter in their songs. While they do not use a direct interpretation of the lyrics in their music videos, Of Monsters and Men uses the symbolism of a phoenix and a group of mythical monsters to bring forth the overall message of their song; the power of hope when a loved one is struggling with a mental disease. Drawing their inspiration from the Icelandic fairytales and stories they used to hear growing up, Of Monsters and Men captivates an audience of many generations....   [tags: music, videos, lyrics]
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Moviemaking is a Modern Day Art - Moviemaking is a modern day art that can inspire individuals. Making movies and creating music videos are ways to express a persons feelings and it can expand their imagination and creativity. It expresses one’s feelings about a particular subject. The purpose of movie making is to entertain, to amuse, to excite, and to intrigue the viewers that are watching. Movie production ranges from awesome, million- dollar, widescreen Hollywood epics to a parent recording a child’s birthday with just a regular home video camera....   [tags: hollywood, creating music and videos]
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Kanye West Dark Fantasy - Kanye West has produced works that many interpret as exhibiting the struggle of black identity in the post-modern era. In, Twisted Fantasy he could be interpreted as exploring what is known to the Self in juxtaposition to what is unknown, if the ideas he were presenting were to transcend the disconnected chaos of society. Kanye West is world renowned for his somewhat dark lyrics and the prolific imagery of his music videos. He has always gone for the shock value, in music and the real world. While West presents images that are startling, he is reflecting society with a noticeable lack of original thought while at the same time not addressing root causes for the desolation he portrays....   [tags: Lyrics, Music, Music Videos, Hip Hop]
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Traditional Gender Roles in Media - The role of women in media is based upon traditional gender roles and are seen as being empowered only sexually and through the use of their bodies. Males are depicted as dominate and controlling only relinquishing power to women before and during sex, but not after. The music video for the song “Candy Shop” by 50 Cent shows the nature of these relationships in popular culture. The video begins with 50 Cent driving into the gates of a mansion in his sports car. When he enters the doors he is greeted by numerous women scandalously dressed....   [tags: sexually, 50 cent, music videos]
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Finding Comfort in Music Genres - Why do people find comfort in certain music genres, and how does music affect our behavior. It is known by most that music can and likely does affect our behavior, many people wonder how and why it affects so many people in such diverse ways. Could it be because music makes us feel a certain way. Do different music genres make us think different thoughts. What kind of thoughts do they cause us to come up with. Can music cause us to act a certain way. Does music have any health benefits for humans....   [tags: behavior, lyrics, videos] 1231 words
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Music and Entertainment Industry: Digital TV and MP3s - ... Cinemas are also been effected by ICT as a result in the advances in technology films are bow shown in better quality because of the improvement in ICT with cameras. And also film has improved from ICT because you can now download films of the internet and put them on to a DVD. DVDs came into existence as a result in developments in ICT, DVDs have created the chance for people to watch things whenever they want which the can buy from shops. ICT now also has the ability to send out digital Radio which allows certain radio stations to broadcast solely on computers and certain digital radio players....   [tags: ICT, videos, devices] 699 words
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Music in Generations - All music has changed tremendously throughout the years. Each generation has several specific songs that defines that generation. Every song has different lyrics that describe the emotions that the artists are feeling. The songs connect to each individual in many different ways. Lyrics to a song is what makes music wonderful. Each song touches someone through ways like teaching a life lesson or touching your heart. Every generation has music that impacts the world by motivating people to do certain things or defines a person’s personality....   [tags: Music]
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The Parent Music Research Center - Since the time of the broadcasting of Elvis Presley during the 1950’s, there has been a notion to censor material on media outlets that were deemed inappropriate because of the potential suggestive message it could present. With the efforts of the Federal Communications Commissions, media outlets have to follow a strict guideline in order to be in compliance with the FCC’s standards, or else they will be faced with a hefty fine. Although music artists are not federally regulated like their visual counterparts, a group of concerned individuals wanted to do everything that they could in order to keep the explicit content out of the reach of children and have a certain censorship in their works...   [tags: Music]
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Digital Music Piracy - Digital music piracy has been a worry of the music industry since the creation of Napster in 1998. Piracy is the act of stealing something that does not belong to you which has been outlined in our society as something that is bad or against the law. There are many articles out there that highlight music piracy but four main important ones include: “The Music Industry on (the) Line. Surviving Music Piracy in a Digital Era” by Jelle Janssens, “Neutralizing Music Piracy: An Empirical Examination” by Jason R....   [tags: Music]
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Viral Videos - Internet Celebrities For those who feel a deeper love of sharing, Internet celebrity beckons. Pop artist Andy Warhol famously said that “in the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.” Warhol spoke this most famous quote in 1968, well before YouTube and Google were anything but science fiction, yet the phrase now seems prophetic. Celebrity, once the exclusive province of people who had an abundance of talent, connections and luck, has become a more attainable goal – at least if Internet celebrity counts....   [tags: Technology, Fame, YouTube] 2216 words
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Viral Videos - Since the conception of the germ theory of disease, people have understood contagion. Getting close to someone with a cold means the viruses that cause it will likely have a new host who then spreads the illness to others. Viral videos get their name because they propagate in the same way, moving from viewer to viewer as each person who sees the video sends it along via e-mail and phone. The more exposure the video gets, the faster it spreads, potentially reaching billions of viewers. Viral videos can be humorous, frightening, amazing or bizarre, but they all carry the same fundamental message to each new host: "You've got to see this!" Viral videos are distinct from mass-marketed videos....   [tags: Technology, Communication, Physical Reaction] 2199 words
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Different Styles of Latin Music - Salsa, tango, and bachata have very different historic backgrounds, but come from the same culture. Latin music is popular for various genres in Latin America, mainly in Cuba, and is unique for the type of rhythmic structure it builds. The music is so alive that is pulls at the feet and hips of dancers, driving them to the dance floor. When dancing to the music their hips sway in time, and their feet mark the beat. If people did not grow up with this type of music, its complex rhythms can be intimidating....   [tags: Latin Music, Music, ]
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Women's Music - For nearly thirty years, popular culture has been an ever transforming mosaic of human flesh, or more specifically female flesh. While it has been known for decades that ”sex sells”, this statement has taken on bizarre, and at times offensive aspects. It seems that the more modern we become, the more sexually explicit and objectifying media content becomes. This fact remains true across multitudes of media formats; today everything from vacuum cleaners to toothpaste is madly exciting by sex appeal....   [tags: Music] 2139 words
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The Use and Overuse of Music - Technological advances in society have helped shape classical music. Music has become more and more accessible over the years. Formerly only being heard in concert, Classical music can now be heard over the internet through downloads, videos, mp3s, streaming etc. This means that the audience for the music which was once small has expanded greatly. People stumble across videos on youtube and become aware of music they didn’t realise existed. Radio was developed during the end of the 19th century, creating the first demonstration of wireless communication....   [tags: Study of Music] 1164 words
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Piracy of Digitized Music - The music industry has developed in a series of technological advances, from the development of vinyl to the digitization of music and the creation of formats such as compact disc (CD), digital audiotape, and minidisk (Leyshon 2001). Although the digitized music facilitates consumers, it causes the appearance of piracy and the drop of sales. The subject of piracy has occurred for a certain period. Since 1920's, music piracy has appeared into the world with the production of cassette tapes, voice recorders, and CDs, which brought a new kind of event to court....   [tags: Music Piracy, Digitized Music, MP3, Music, ] 1012 words
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Illegal Downloading and Recorded Music - Everyone in today’s society is using internet. Internet use ranges from numerous ages. Many people using Internet nationwide take blame in downloading contents off of peer-to-peer programs. Peer-to-peer programs make it possible for people to share files off their computers, no matter what the file is. The only thing people have to do is put the file of their preference into ‘My Shares’ which then give millions of others access to download with no charge, copyrighted or not. This Procedure is practicality used by numerous amounts of people since they basically can get anything they want for the amount of nothing at all....   [tags: Lawsuit, Music, Distribution] 558 words
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The 1980s Music Report - In 1981 MTV "Music Television" was introduced on cable television and revolutionized rock marketing. Just as FM radio had superseded the hit-oriented AM format, music videos, produced as mini-movie advertisements for songs, became essential to a performer's popularity. Early in the decade, the British group the Police was one of the first to combine a progressive sound with polished videos. The expense of producing videos and MTV's virtual monopoly made it difficult for experimental music to compete with the dance-pop sung by American artists like Michael Jackson, Prince, Whitney Houston, and Madonna, and the British groups Duran Duran and Depeche Mode....   [tags: Music] 877 words
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Is Music Killing Humanity? - The music industry is one of the most powerful and influential method that sends subliminal messages to influence people’s poor decisions; Today’s music has captured the attention of adolescents and the younger generation more than ever before by glamorizing all the negative aspects. Although, music can be soothing and relaxing, many teenagers are mostly impacted by the powerful lyrics that are sung by their idols. Consequently, many teenagers throughout America are following their role models and are developing serious destructive behaviors that cause bodily harm to themselves....   [tags: music industry, teenagers, sex, drugs]
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Popular Music Perpetuates Rape Culture - I am terrified to have a daughter, because the men of the world will be out to get her. She will be born into a world where she will spend the rest of her life being seen as less. She will be objectified. She will be bullied for her appearance. As she grows up, she will have fewer opportunities for success. She will have to learn how to defend herself not only from the dangers that face the whole world, but perhaps even from her own date. Her father and I will spend her entire life fearing for her physical, emotional and mental safety....   [tags: Sex in Pop Music] 2575 words
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The Ins and Outs of the Music Industry - I propose that all unsigned rising artist should target the business side of the music industry to be successful in the entertainment business because it allows the artist to be taken seriously and make solid connections that can further his/her career. Learning the works of the music industry also enables a new artist to be further successful and profitable. Recent studies show that most new artists without professional representation and a business mindset have a slimmer chance in getting signed to major or independent labels (Lowry, 2011)....   [tags: Music]
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Music- The Beginning of the End - At a young age music is brought into a child’s life, parents even use music to sooth a baby before it is even born. Music has a huge impact on pop culture. What is popular culture some may ask. Well you can break pop culture up into two words, popular and culture. In Merriam- Webster Popular is defined as commonly liked or approved (“Popular”). The word Culture is defined in the same dictionary as the act of developing the intellectual and moral faculties especially by education (“Culture”). With that said, is this pop culture hit a good influence on childrens’ lives....   [tags: Music ]
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Promotional Pop Videos - Promotional Pop Videos A promotional music video can be of many different genres. Some factors are present in all videos whilst others are specific to the aim of the song. The earliest example of a music video is Queen with their single "Bohemian Rhapsody" which was shot and released in the 1970s. The video is very simple and effective and it helped the single become of the most famous songs in the world. Costumes are a very important part of a music video. The artist/s and director have to decide the outfit/costume that the performer(s) will be wearing in the video....   [tags: Papers] 766 words
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Tween Music: Marketing Through Music - A pre-teen or “tween” is a child between the ages of eight and twelve (Bickford 418). During this developmental stage, tweens have the ability to choose what they may purchase, but are still easily manipulated by media, especially musical content (Mazzarella 284). Focusing on tween girls, one can observe how a tween will follow the various fads and musical artists in order to fit in (Chaet 2012). Viewing children as consumers one can see how celebrities, popular trends, and carefully targeted marketing may easily mold their minds....   [tags: Music Industry, Modern Music]
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Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Music Industry - Since the music industry is quite diverse it is consequently impacted by a great number of ethical issues. The issues span across the production side to the consumptions side of music. They issues deal with things as inconsequential as lip syncing to the breaking of laws when stealing music. Although there are a lot of different areas that can be examined within the industry, the most important ethical issues fall under the category of compensation. The first major aspect of compensation is in regard to royalties....   [tags: Music Industry Analysis]
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Regional Restriction of Streaming Videos - Regional restriction of streaming videos The Internet — a fascinating place jam packed with things to read, to watch and to download. According to the ISC Internet Domain Surveys, the number of registered website domains doubles every 2-3 years. There are over 625 million registered domains in their last survey conducted in January 2009. Greater than 1.7 billion people use the Internet and the majority of usage since the creation of peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing protocol (from 2003-2006) has been to download audio and video files via these networks....   [tags: Media ]
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Effects of Hip-Hop and Country Music on Society - From my point of view, when people today are asked what forms of music they enjoy, some might say all forms except hip-hop or all forms except country. When they are asked why, some may say because it’s either to boring or too provocative. I believe that both hip-hop and country music both bring some form of negativity on society, not only in America, but all around the world. Some of the most common negative effects that I believe they might bring on society are violence, such as abuse, suicide, and/or drugs and alcohol....   [tags: Music]
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Women's Roles As Objects In Music - Women's Roles as Objects in Music This past week's readings were very interesting to me, largely because I pride myself on being somewhat of a popular culture aficionado, and the role of women in music is an intriguing idea to think about and reflect upon. The article "Greatest Hits: Domestic Violence in Country Music" was an interesting reflection upon women's transition in American country music. When I read it though, it struck me how the reading perceived as though domestic violence is not an extremely important issue still in the United States....   [tags: Women Females Music ] 1158 words
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The Negative Portrayal of Women in Hip Hop and Rap Music - Doug E. Fresh, a popular beat-boxer in rap music today, has been quoted saying, “Hip-hop is supposed to uplift and create, to educate people on a larger level and to make a change.” Although this is the original intention of hip-hop music, public opinion currently holds the opposite view. Since the 1970’s musical artists have changed the face of hip-hop and rap and worldwide, people – mostly teens—have been striving to emulate certain artists and their lyrics, which has created negative stereotypes for hip-hop music and also for those who choose to listen to it....   [tags: music, hip-hop, public opinion, morality]
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The Devil in Popular Music through the Life and Works of Robert Johnson - The devil has been seen through many forms in popular music throughout history from the voodoo drums of the African slaves to modern artists marketing ploys. The term popular music is particularly ambiguous, so to define, in this piece it shall refer to dominant pieces or performers within the last 100 years. Many composers and artists have been branded by religious organisations as being in league with the devil, from the banning of songs, performers and even chords and movements by the church to the present day right wing Christian ‘preachers’ of YouTube....   [tags: the Mississippi masters, history of music] 1605 words
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The Impact of Music on Students - The Impact of Music on Students In some way, music affects everyone. Whether it is, a young girl?s favorite song on the radio, a college student?s escape from reality or a form of entertainment to a married couple, music brings everyone together. Music definitely affects the lifestyles of people in many different ways. The diverse styles of music makes people look and act differently. Music has many different levels. To me, levels meaning; the more independent and progressive the music is, the more the fans take it to the extreme....   [tags: Research Essays Music Musical Essays] 1228 words
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Identifying Potential Genres of Viral Videos - Can a medium be a genre. If we casually substitute genre for more general synonyms like category, class, or group, then the answer is “yes,” as demonstrated by the information architecture of online super-retailers like Amazon.com. Amazon subdivides its massive inventory first by medium, like “Books” or “Movies,” before incrementally working toward a finer degree of granularity. Taking books as our example medium, we can navigate by sub-genres to find a title in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Adventure....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Music Television: Modern Phenomenon or Passing Fad? - Music Television: Modern Phenomenon or Passing Fad.   Dr. Pitton’s Comments: This student was asked in this essay to write about the causes of a modern phenomena. In active prose, she did an excellent job both of detailing the popularity of music television in today's society and offering a variety of creative and innovative reasons for this effect.   MTV promotes a romanticized teen lifestyle, reflecting the images of famous artists that differ with the realities of the “Generation X” lifestyle....   [tags: Media Music]
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BigBang and Their Music - “Big Bang or Bigbang (Korean: 빅뱅; stylized as BIGBANG) is a South Korean male group under the management of YG Entertainment. Formed in 2006, the group consists of G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, Daesung, and Seungri. Big Bang is known for their unique urban-originated music and fashion style.” Source: Wikipedia So, reasons why I love Bigbang or a particular member…There’s really no particular reason I must say. These five guys have a particular charm to them; Something that average idols don’t have. It’s not swag or an act....   [tags: South Korean male group, music genres] 764 words
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Video-Blogging Industry: Online Video - Video-Blogging Industry Video-blogging is a relatively new form of internet communication that dates back to the year 2000 (and specifically, to the start of the longest-running video blog in history by Adam Kontras) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_blog). Nowadays online video is a very promising way of making people aware of one’s brand and company. According to YouTube statistics, each month more than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube and over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month there (i.e., almost an hour for every person on Earth)....   [tags: search engine, videos, tutorials]
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Comparison of Youtubers Connor Franta and Zoe Sugg - YouTube is a network of videos that anyone in the world can view. Two popularly watched people who post videos to YouTube, or YouTubers as they are called, are Connor Franta and Zoe Sugg. Although their career paths are similar, they are very different. The videos they produce fit into opposite genres, they live across the world from each other, and are members of different varieties of channels. The objective of this paper is to compare and contrast these two YouTubers and their styles and lives....   [tags: videos, culture, styles, lives, filming] 843 words
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Who Influenced Me - Many different people have an individual that they look up to or that influenzed them in a certain way. Depending on the type of person and thier goals in life, the individual that influences that person may vary. Also, the person that influences other is not always a good individual, this person can be a ruthless dictator, or an individual that deals with drugs on some cases. In personal, Jordan or otherwise known as CaptainSparklez for his youtube channel influenced me to do what I enjoy the most because he didt follow what was expected of him, instead he followed his instict and now he does what he enjoys the most without it beign unporductive....   [tags: youtube, videos, goals] 661 words
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The Role of Music in the Lives of Millenials - From the day a child is born, she is already exposed to music. One is welcomed into the world by the gentle voice of her mother singing lullabies, and as the years go by, one continues to be exposed to the lyrics and melodies of different songs. Everywhere one goes one can hear music playing, whether it be in the mall, on TV, online, etc. Once one reaches her teenage years, it is as though her earphones never leave her ears. Music has become very popular among the younger generations, particularly the millenials....   [tags: Anti Bullying, Demographics]
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