Censorship In Children

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Is music the case for behavior change in children? With the uprising popularity in pop and rap music, America today has an abundance of uncensored language and context. This paper will underline the importance of better censorship within music. America’s youth is the prime focus that will be discussed since on average youth listen to 2.5 hours of music per day. This issue has created a direct impact on the behavioral development on youth, causing for more behavioral issues that have not been seen in past generations. Throughout this paper it will discuss ideas on how laws can be implemented in order for music to not display unruly behavior and language. To start the paper examines the drive for profits that may be pushing what is acceptable

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