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In todays society music plays a big role Whether you are in your car driving home at work in the office or even on the telephone on hold waiting for someone to pick up you will probably be listening to music The problem is not how much music we listen to but how much of the violent or obscene lyrics the children are hearing Many children are influenced by those lyrics just like they are influenced by violence on television Especially nowadays with MTV and VH1 they can hear as well as see the violence in the music For example a well-known concert in New York called Woodstock was set fire as a result of crazy music fans This was shown on national television to anyone capable of watching And not only does the music effect children it also has an effect on unstable teenagers who try to mirror their lives after their favorite singer or group The purpose of this survey is to find out if radio and music videos should be censored I polled twelve people ranging in age from sixteen to forty-five and I made four different categories male female have children or do not have children Six people have kids and six people do not have kids Some people think that the Columbine shooting in Colorado was related to the crazy antics of Marylyn Manson but only a forth of the people I polled thought that he had an impact on the two students who did the shooting Every one of these people is a student themselves I then asked why they thought that One girl said His lyrics are inappropriate and the way he acts on stage is an outrage A twenty-year-old who thought Marylyn Manson had no effect whatsoever said He is only a singer and I think people know that So the question is should music on the radio and on TV be censored the same way as
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