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Sam Keath Professor Diebert ENGL 1101-109 9 July 2008 Annotated Bibliography Chen, M.-J., B. A. Miller, and J. W. Grube. "Influence of music on youth behaviors." 22.6 (June 2006): 3-4. Academic Search Complete . EBSCO. Georgia Perimeter College Lib., Clarkston, GA. 8 July 2008 < http://proxygsu-dek1.galileo.usg.edu/login? url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx? >. There is a positive correlation between rap music and substance abuse, alcohol use, and violent behavior in young people. Marketing companies are using rap and hip hop artists to target young people. Alcoholic beverages are being promoted by popular rap and hip hop artists because the main listeners of this genre of music are young
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Unformatted text preview: people. A study was conducted at a California community college. The people who participated in the study were students between the ages of 15 and 25. In the questionnaire, the participants were asked about five things: music listening, alcohol use, illicit drug use, aggressive behaviors, and sensation seeking. Demographic variables were also included in the study. In the results of the study, people who listened to rap, R&B, reggae, rock, and techno were associated with a higher frequency of alcohol use than the people who listened to world music. Asian-Americans reported the lowest level of marijuana and alcohol use, while the black participants reported the highest level of aggression....
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