Campbell+Review.F09 - Campbell, Ch. 3: History of music and...

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Campbell, Ch. 3: History of music and the media (Also these from Vaillant lecture) History characterized by interaction between changing technologies that made recorded music more portable, easier to share and easier to copy and business efforts to control that technology, the sharing and reproduction of the music so that the industry could continue to maximize profits Popular music often tied to social change, including political change, changes in gender roles, changes in perceptions about race Role of music and rebellion against the status quo, against existing racial codes, against established gender codes, against cultural homogenization and suburbanization Role of music in youth cultures--gives expression to youthful cultural and political rebellion History of music and the media marked by changes and developments in sound recording, from wax cylinders to flat disks, from shellac records to vinyl disks, to audio tape and cassettes, to CDs, and MP3s In face of NAPSTER, much later, music industry sued and their copyright rights upheld by the
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Jacobs during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.

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Campbell+Review.F09 - Campbell, Ch. 3: History of music and...

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