Blurred Lines: The Morals and Ethics of Music Listening in Twenty-First Century America
The digital age has changed the way music is seen in the modern world. In order to combine the past history of music censorship in America with the current trends and topics in music, this paper examines three miniature case studies based on the RIAA’s guide for explicit content: depictions of violence, sex, or substance abuse. The conclusion of this paper is not a definitive answer, but a call to continue discussions about morals and ethics of music as America continues to move forward.
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Wynne, Mallory. “Blurred Lines: The Morals and Ethics of Music Listening in Twenty-First Century America.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2021. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-global-entertainment-business/127