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Music Censorship "How Could the Musicians in America Save Their Communities Morals and Their Money If the Country had an Efficie
Journalism & Communication
Pages 7 (1757 words)
How Could the Musicians in America save Their Communities’ Morals and Their Money if the Country Had an Efficient Legal System That Included Stringent Laws against Censoring Music” Name Institution Date This paper determines whether musicians should play an instrumental role within their communities in order to save their people’s morals and money while stipulating the need for stringent censorship laws and an efficient legal system to help in music censorship.
This happened when the perceptions of the traditionalists and the conservatives in the music industry started coming out in the open (Nuzum, 2001). With the introduction of rock and roll music, there was an increase in immorality among the American youths that in turn brought controversies with the beliefs of the traditionalists within their community (Johnson & Cloonan, 2009). The ethical bodies within the country were charged with the task of determining what was good or bad despite the constitution not doing so. They aimed at regulating issues like drug abuse, violence and sex topics that were being openly discussed by several musicians. Stringent laws in censoring music in America could help strengthen the morals of the community, and the cost effects of the music industries sales. By the end of the 1950’s, the new generations had already began expressing their new perceptions on the issues of sex, drugs and violence thereby bringing the need for censorship in music. The issues of sex and drugs no longer became secret but were openly talked about thereby making censorship in music vital. ...
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