Title: Lyrical Violence
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||December 8, 2013|
|Length:||4 / 1099|
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One of the teen murderers admitted to law enforcement officers that the rap music he listened to might have contributed to his state of mind before the murders, if not his overall decision to gun down his classmates. Mitchell Johnson, the student, said, "It puts you in a certain state of mind." This is not only relevant to the music/violence debate but it is a crucial element in understanding what is going on with the modern youth...
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Clearly, it can not be stated that the sole contributing factor in the student's decision to commit murder was rap music; but it was a contributing factor. I believe that there is a painful and direct correlation between violence in popular music and violence in youth.
I do not believe that government regulation, or censorship, is going to fix this problem...
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