The uncensored music is increasingly receiving more airplay in the local media despite facing stiff opposition from some human rights activists and musicians. The following are some of the questions I have about the topic I would like to investigate:
The second and third questions will make a good subject for a research paper. The research question for the paper would therefore either be; has the judicial system in America done enough to curb music censorship in the country? Or which laws do the American authorities need to draft and enact so as to increase the impacts of music censorship? This research question will be the most appropriate for the research paper since it will enable further research into the existing mechanisms for promoting music censorship. The question will also enable the research to discover what the American authorities are doing to fight issues like piracy which greatly affect the music industry (Weismann, et.al, 2003). In addition, the research question will enable the research to dwell on how the authorities can improve the conditions in the music industry and eventually the musician’s earnings. This research will be significant to the wider community since it will enable them to know the importance and benefits of music censorship.
Music censorship may have a wide variety of motivations behind it which may include military, political, ethical or religious reasons. It has been enforced through complete prohibition, the voluntary removal of some musical content to editing a piece of music. Music censorship has however been affected by several factors like piracy which have undercut its benefits to the larger society. There is however no law according to previous reports that has been enacted to control music censorship. The authoritative information sources for this research question include the American government that punishes any infringements made against copyrights and