Rock 'N' Revolt

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Kevin Barber Comp 1 Adam Pearson Paper #2 9/26/07 Rock ‘N’ Revolt In Isabelle Leymarie’s article, “Rock ‘N’ Revolt”, she addresses the connection between rock music and violence. Leymarie states both sides of the argument: some people believe it causes violence and that others see it as a reflection of popular culture. The belief that it reflects popular culture seems to be more prevalent. An argument, which is not based on fact, is one that has no relevance. There is no doubt that rock has made its impression in today’s society, but with its popularity and history it has come under much scrutiny. Throughout history people have been making music and with this music there have been occurrences in which violence has been reported. These occurrences have led many to believe that there is a correlation between music and violence. Although this belief has not been decided upon it is often agreed that music does affect ones physiological and psychological behavior, but it depends in what context the music is interpreted. Certain music has even proven to
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