Through several different times in history, music has influenced teenagers. Teens in America are a prime example of how music has effected teenagers economically, physically, and even psychologically. Different decades lead to different styles of popular music, but the effects are about the same. Popular music can be used by: companies as a marketing gimmick, young teenagers trying to become recognized by starting as a garage band, or just used for entertainment purposes. However it is used, popular music is a powerful tool to impact teens of all times. Music has gone a long way throughout the previous decades.
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Review copies of the book are not yet available, but page proofs can be obtained by contacting Barbara Bernstein at Hampton Press, Inc. For interviews, see contact phone numbers and electronic mail addresses above. Professor Roberts will be available in November for interviews but he will be in Australia and only available by telephone during the month of December. Pop music at the core of youth culture, says a soon-to-be-released book Parents of adolescents who can't tell a heavy metal song from a pop rock one may have a tough time discussing the meaning of life with their children, say two professors of communication in a new book on youth and music. That's because music is central to youth culture. At an adolescent party, the key question is not what you do but what music you listen to. The authors, Professor Donald Roberts of Stanford and Professor Peter Christenson of Lewis and Clark College, spent three years organizing the available research into a coherent overview for those concerned about the influences of pop music and about efforts to censor it. They offer some comfort to parents and others who are worried about graphic sex, morbid violence, overt racism and challenges to authority in popular music lyrics and videos. Music doesn't appear to have massive negative effects, the authors say.
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