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Shaping our responses to violent and demeaning imagery in popular music

Hearing before the Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice of the Committee on the Judiciary, ... session ... February 23, 1994 (S. hrg)

by United States

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Published by For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office .
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Number of Pages132
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Open LibraryOL7373060M
ISBN 100160469295
ISBN 109780160469299
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This book details a way of channeling our human ability to play music in a way that enlightens and pulls us toward perfection. While the text is complicated and aged, the motion throughout is a detailed love story of music and an open invitation for Khan’s readers to join him. Textual Poachers guides readers through difficult questions about popular consumption, genre, gender, sexuality, and interpretation, documenting practices and processes which test and challenge basic assumptions of contemporary media theory. Please read our short guide how to send a book to Kindle. You can write a book review and share.

We do this under two assumptions: first, that we all traverse the terrain of popular culture, as the media is ubiquitous and shapes our understanding of both the world and self (Luhmann, ); second, that individuals also navigate the cultural landscape of the institutions we interact with. For Black girls, understanding their cultural Cited by: 4. The Unfolding Mystery of the Divine Name: The God of Sinai in Our Midst Michael P. Knowles (IVP Academic) $ I noted that Bell’s book was not strong on using the Bible as the key document for knowing about the nature of God. He uses the Bible a lot, often creatively, but this is the sort of book that as you work slowly through it, will.

Among the first realistic depictions of mental disabilities in children's literature was Marlene Fanta Shyer's Welcome Home, Jellybean (), in which the protagonist, Neil, has an older sister, Gerri, newly home from a mental health institution. Shyer portrays both Neil and his family's reaction to Gerri's presence with surprising empathy. 1 Carl Seashore, ‘Approaches to the Science of Music and Speech,’ University of Iowa Studies: Series of Aims & Progress of Research, 41 (), This is not the place to chart the history of psychological studies of music performance. For an exhaustive review of the field see Alf Gabrielsson, ‘The Performance of Music,’ in The Psychology of Music ed. by Diana Deutsch, 2nd edn (San.


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