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Ron_W4A2 Source 1 Direct quotation: “Modern research bears out the connection between music and healing,” writes William Poole in The Heart of Healing (134). Indirect quotation: In The Heart of Healing, William Poole points out that when premature infants listen to Brahms’ “Lullaby” they gain weight faster then the ones that did not listen to the Brahms’ “Lullaby” (134). Summary: It is believed that listening to music can lower your heart rate and lower you blood pressure, reports William Poole in The Heart of Healing. It is also believed that music can heal you faster than not listen to music. Some researchers have done some test to see what music can do for people that are going to have surgery and after they have surgery. It is believed that people that listen to music before they have surgery reduces the anxiety and the sedation by half then the
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Unformatted text preview: people that don’t listen to music (134). Source 2 Direct quotation: “Today’s teens probably have spent the equivalent of a decade of their lives being bombarded by bits of advertising information,” writes James B. Twitchell in Adcult USA, New York (2). Indirect quotation: In the Adcult USA, James B. Twitchell points at that the average adult today sees three thousand advertisements every day (2). Summary: It is believed that today’s teen agers will have spent years in watching commercials reports James B. Twitchell in the Adcult USA . In today’s society advertise has played a big part in what people buy and watch. Advertise is everywhere it is in the newspaper on the radio and in magazines (2)....
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