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Definition of plagiarism/cheating - Britney and Beethoven.
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ENGL 101 : Section 054
Definition of plagiarism/cheating
Britney and Beethoven
Music has served various cultures and generations as a panacea because it is a medium that can amplify any given purpose. The Turkish Druze create music to intensify their prayer, the Native Americans to invoke rain, educators to instill morals into younger generations, and elevator salespersons to heighten the nuisance of elevator rides. In the case of popular music, the goal of financial gain outweighs all other purposes. Popular music classifies as music that is not art and has achieved a certain amount of media and advertising coverage. The knowledge of popular music is attainable through an argument of what makes an object classify as a work of art and understanding that pop is not art.
An object must pass two classifications to be considered as art. The object in question must be a creation of the artist and communicate a universal and eternal message to the audience. To classify as not being art, popular music must defy at least one of these classifications.
The first classification for an object to classify
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