Rap Music Survey Paper

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On the 21st of April, I conducted a survey to observe the behaviors of William Carey Students when they listen to rap. Rap music has been considered the source of aggressive behavior in young adults. Through this survey, I will compare the mood and behavior students have when they are listening to rap. My purpose of this survey is to prove that Rap music does not encourage violence in listeners. This will also hush the critics that condemn Rap music, saying the music glorifies sex and guns. With these results, half of the students surveyed will say that Rap music does not promote violence. With the results of these findings, the results will be evaluated, and where Rap music is the main focus. Within my survey, I will choose 10 students…show more content…
With this information, a correlation can be made based on the students ' attitude of the music. Keying in the facts about the behavior and mood Rap music hails on the student body. Then we will know fact from myth and the big question, "Does Rap encourage violence in its listeners?" Other questions include a nightclub scenario, the perception of the music, lyrics, and music lyrics. Two important questions are asked “Do you think Rap music encourages violence in listeners?” and “What three things attracted you to Hip-Hop/Rap music?” All this information was calculated and compared to draw conclusions about the…show more content…
Nevertheless, the music has always been misunderstood. But, Rap is more that, it’s a part of music that confronts the struggles that society hides under the rug. That’s where Hip-Hop/Rap comes in to unveil the truth. Throughout history, Hip-Hop/Rap made acclaim through its generic storytelling, unapologetic rhymes, and explosive sound. The music took the world by storm with an urge to party in the Bronx. Expanding from the DJ, MC, and break-dancers. Using graffiti to express the arts the music has from its sound to the artwork in public places. To the fashion trends they wore such as the Kangol hat, Dookie chain, and Adidas
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