This is because they had access to radios and fridges really cheaply. This cause American production to rise up to about 50% this period saw lots of production of manufactured goods. All this caused many Americans to expect a high standard of living. Employment was high so this ment people had confidence and having work combined so people had money to spend on new consumer goods, which included cars and radios enabled many people to go to places more often. New forms of entertainment such as cinema caused many Americans who had money to go and see films or go and watch a baseball match ment they had confidence to travel in there cars to watch it.
4. How do the three communication technique pillars support the Duster SUV’s publicity campaign? Are there any other techniques that may be added? (Word Count: 51) • Reputation – Helps identify the car as durable and low maintenance • Reliability – Past success track record helps gain customer confidence • Rightfulness –low pricings attracts those customers, who couldn't afford SUV in the past Buying
Besides, YouTube – A video website that can help artists to share their music all around the world in a second. All those things can help people to get in touch with music easier than before, it creates a positive affection to music industry. * Competitors: Customers become smarter and smarter because the better education and social environment, the standards that music industry is required, are become higher and higher. Moreover, people have lots of methods to relax themselves instead of music, for example, Movie Theatre, digital social network platform. The entertainments around us are become better and more choices.
It is a business because the artist must create songs, publish said songs; and create a brand that is relatable. All these actions are indicative of a business driven perspective. Hip-hop as a methodology is a means by which certain populations can relate to the world. It is a discourse that at first wasn’t main stream but now is continuously being accessed as a mechanism for relating to contemporary society. Chang tells us in the article “It’s a hip-hop” that “Hip-Hop saved a lot of lives” (Chang 62).
B. Credibility Statement Tupac’s music has made an impact on modern day Hip-hop that he has become very well known throughout America by many of his fans and many young artist today who admire his music. I. Rollingstone.com states examples of highly appreciated artists of present day society that also started their music careers in the 90’s that were influenced by Tupac’s originality in his music. Famous artists such as Snoop Dogg, Ludacris and Chamillionaire are a few of the many who respect his success. (Tupac Shakur) C. Thesis Statement 2pac’s passion in his career awarded him with such great success that he has become a prominent artists of the 90’s who’s music is still appreciated in today’s pop cultural .
Cocaine Kids showed how society views most drug dealer, with stereotyping them as gangsters with big gold rope necklaces, fresh kicks, and nice cars. It was a bigger chance that the Cocaine Kids would get caught because of where they lived, the areas that they stayed in promoted drug use. There was more of a risk of being caught for drug dealing that is why certain extensive procedures were followed in Cocaine Kids. It was to the degree of the market almost having its own “miniature society with institutions, laws, morality, language codes in behaviors of its own.” (Williams, pg.2). A person would think people with money would be looked down upon because they buy these illegal drugs but there is less stigmatizing because they have disposable money.
The Roaring 20s: USA, 1928-1929 07) Source E suggests that the popularity of Jazz music increased as time went on. It shows that it ‘appealed to young people’ because it was seen to be ‘daring and exciting’ due to it being ‘played in bars and clubs which sold illegal alcohol’. This shows that the youth obviously loved this music as they began to listen to it more and more. Also, alcoholics would listen to this music a lot because due to the Prohibition alcohol was illegal to acquires and as said in Source E, the music playing at the only places you can get the alcohol at would play this music and hence many people would enjoy the jazz tunes as it reminded them of a happy time with alcohol etc. The blacks also liked this kind of music as
Ronnie Brown 6/10/11 How Has Rap Impacted Society It is safe to say that Rap music has been an influence to society, and still is influencing society as we speak. How Rap music has influenced society can be examined from both good and bad angles. Rap is known to be a controversial topic, and will immediately ignite conversation. Evolving and changing over the years, Rap has been able to affect the entire world in more ways than one. Good or bad, it is still pretty impressive to witness how one of the youngest genres of music has grown and is still growing.
Changes in Hip Hop Subculture The history of Hip hop subculture has come a long way and has made many changes along its way. Hip hop as it may seem started off as being positive and coming from the heart and having meaning to now people becoming a part of it and not even knowing the real meaning of its background. Now, it is said that many people are in the “rap game” just for the love of money and not because it’s something that they really love to do. Hip hop started in the late 60s early 70s in the Bronx, New York. Clive Campbell, known as DJ Kool Herc, is the credited as being the pioneer of hip hop in the United States.
As a result, attracts a lot of people to listen the message they are broadcasting. Popular music such as hip-hop is heavily concentrated around political and social messages. Hip-hop artist, Professor D of Dope Poets Society, is dedicated to making political music for social change. “Politics is not simply about politicians. It’s who's got the power to affect all conditions ”(Professor D, Everything’s Political).