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Unformatted text preview: Sharezaa, BearShare, etc. b. Less restrictions i. Parents may not know what their kids are listening to or watching. ii. The label on the album says “Parental Advisory: contains explicit lyrics,” but there is no warning when a child downloads music from the Internet. c. CD-burners i. Makes it possible to duplicate CD’s from friends and neighbors. ii. Allows people to burn CD’s and share them with other people. d. Sold in various stores, such as Sam Goody’s, CD Warehouse, Blockbuster, Amazon.com, even E-Bay has CD’s for sale. It’s very easy for any young person to buy rap and hip hop music. e. Radio V. Solutions a. Illegalize the production, distribution, and sale of rap and hip hop music b. Punishment for those who are caught listening to rap music c. Allow rap music to be played on the radio only at specific times i. Between 1 A.M. to 5 A.M. on school days only ii. No airplay on the weekends...
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- Spring '10
- Hip hop music, Rapping, Gangsta rap, Sam Keath Professor Diebert ENGL, Keath Professor Diebert