Name Professor Course Date COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF MUSIC ON TEENEGERS IN THE 1950’S AND TODAY Music is the sound produced by either an instrument or the vocals and sometimes both of them to produce a beautiful harmony that expresses the emotions. One thing that remains an inseparable part of our daily lives is the music. It comes with different varieties which influence the different social groups of people and all age groups in many different ways. Times changes and so does the music it evolves with time and with every generation there is a different type of music that everyone wants to associate themselves with. Teenagers are the most affected by the hype the music comes with this is because it changes their perceptions of many things like the world their peers and themselves too. Music has got a huge effect on the youth’s emotions and this the mind and also helps boost one’s emotional state. Since the 1950’s the music industry has changed a lot and we cannot even predict what to expect in the future. It has grown enormously and we expect things will keep changing and evolving since every generation appreciates different genre of music. Even though the music has changed so much it is upon a person to select what to listen to because not all music promotes the good values. Music will keep influencing the lives of the teenagers in dynamic ways that cannot be controlled. Music is simply the food for the soul at all times. REFERENCES Banville Bailey. "The Rebellious Youth (Feature) | Youth Culture 1946-1960." Blog.Une.Edu 2017 blog.une.edu Vaillancourt Eric. Rock ' N' Roll In The 1950S: Rockin' For Civil Rights. 1st ed. 2011 digitalcommons.brockport.edu Lipfer Petra. "The Effect Of Music On Teens | Pumpic Child Security Blog." Pumpic.Com 2017 https://pumpic.com/security/how-does-music-affect-teenagers/. [...]
You can pick either topic. Write a 1000 word (minimum) research paper with Bibliography Choose one of the two topics below Topic 1: Compare and contrast the life of a teenager in the 1950's and life of a teenager today based on how the music of the different times affects them. Areas you can address: 1. Compare the early rock music that teens listened to in the 1950’s and the music that teens listen to today. 2. Look at the family makeup, family values etc. of the 1950’s are compared to today. Does the music of the particular time affect these values? 3. Parental and social expectations of teenagers then (1950’s) and now (Present Day) 4. Dress and Fashion Then vs. Now and does the music of the time effect this? 5. How music and musical artists influence teens. Then vs. Now Topic 2: Discuss the parenting styles of people that grew up in the late 60’s and 70’s. How does the music and culture that they experienced affect the way they raise their children. Areas that you can address: 1. Parents that grew up listening to Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead. (Woodstock era) 2. Parents that grew up listening to Beatles, Rolling Stones, etc. 3. Parents that grew up listening to Folk Rock, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez etc. 4. Other genres of Rock in the 60’s and 70’s and 80’s, 90’s, early 2000’s Technical requirements: Use 1" margins Use 12 point "Times New Roman" Font The paper must have a Heading and Title with your name on it. Example Heading/Title First Name Last Name MUSI 1310 IN Summer 2016 Date Submitted: (Ex. May 30, 2020) Title of Term Paper Include a Bibliography with at least 2 sources other than the course text. Wikipedia should not be used as a source. Bibliography should be cited using MLA standards.