Essay Outline on Music

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Essay Outline I. II. People do not choose to be influenced by music, as music is scientifically influential to the human brain. Olteteanu, Ion. "The formative function of musical interactions within social identity." Geopolitics, History, and International Relations 3.1 (2011): 215+. Academic OneFile. Web. 17 Jan. 2013. "We turn to music, we need it, because of its ability to move us, to induce feelings and moods, states of mind." “Bures notes that the human brain is uniquely configured to process music, and that music processing prepares, stimulates, and organizes the brain in beneficial ways." Munkittrick, David (2010), "Music as Speech: A First Amendment Category unto Itself," Federal Communications Law Journal…show more content…
Web. 14 Jan. 2013. "This Introduction provides an overview of how historians, in conversation with musicologists, seek to explain music and account for its prominence in the societies, movements and lives of the people they study. Elias, Nelly, Dafna Lemish, and Natalia Khvorostianov. "Britney Spears Remained In Russia: Dynamics Of Musical Preferences In The Integration Of Immigrant Adolescents." Journal Of Ethnic & Migration Studies 37.1 (2011): 61-77.Academic Search Complete. Web. 16 Jan. 2013. "Many adolescents found consolation in late-1980s Russian rock music, as texts critical of the Soviet regime helped them express anger and frustration felt as they came of age in new, difficult and often hostile surroundings. It seems, therefore, that, for immigrant adolescents, different types of popular music not only serve as a marker of their evolving cultural identity but also as indicators of social and psychological adaptation." Smick, Rebekah, and Lambert Zuidervaart. "A Different Tenor: Songs Of Love And Sorrow-Re-Engaging The Social Ethics Of Music." Toronto Journal Of Theology 27.1 (2011): 87-106. Academic Search Complete. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. "Though not argued like an essay, the article highlights significant themes about the relationship of music to ethics, including the innately social character of music, its possible effect on our behaviour, the potential social content of sound itself, the positive social effect of music's ambiguity, the need to
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