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How music has a huge effect on teen's lives

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Gage Carmichael 10/24/12 Per. 4 How Music Has a Huge Effect on Teen?s lives Most people don?t know how much teens today base their lifestyle off of the music that they listen to. Music is huge factor in a young teen?s life, in and out of school. Music dominates most of the youth culture and can lead to many stereotypes. It can also be very possessive over a teen?s lifestyle; In some aspects their friends, way they dress, schooling, and even in some cases their future. Like many of today?s youth, I too used to base many of my friends and actions off of the music I listened to. ...read more.

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So I decided to try and grow up out of that silly lifestyle. I believe too many teen?s take the type of music and lyrical content too seriously. Many think that the way their favorite artists live by is the way to go. Believing that one day they too could have the same type of life. But what they don?t notice is that this could lead to some terrible choices and even sometimes dangerous situations. There are many people who stereotype others for the lyrical content and type of music. ...read more.

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Music has an extraordinary effect on people?s emotion. It can make them feel happy, sad, relaxed, angered, soothed, or even energetic. I really do believe not just teens but everyone in general needs a musical outlet in life. It?s always there when you need it, it helps you with you biggest problems, it can never fail you, and even for some, helps them survive. In conclusion, I believe music is the most dominant force for not just teen?s lives but everyone?s life. Even though many may stereotype teens for the music you listen to and the things teens like, it can be used as a gateway out of this place to another world where you can be left to explore your imagination with freedom from discrimination. ...read more.

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