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The Effects of Music Videos on Kids It is a fact that music and visual pictures affect Kids. At Day Care they use music and pictures to teach kids, singing ABC’ s for instance. They also use pictures to teach kids animals, truck, cars, etc. You can even go back to biblical times, David played a harp to calm a vicious animal. Studies have shown that certain love songs help dolphins mate, has a slow sweet love song ever put you in the mood. So in my opinion I believe it is hard to dispute that music has some effect on all people, but in a youth that is still developing their values and morals I believe it has a lot of effect. So imagine combining both music and pictures , you get music videos. It is hard to pin point why students are in elementary, middle school, and high school grades dropping plus a higher dropout rates are higher . Plus kids are getting STD,s and pregnant at an earlier age. But look at all the sex and sexual things that are in music videos. This kids look up at these artist as role models, but the artist take on none of the responsibility . Just as the kids at day care song songs of ABC, s now it’s about sex, drugs and rock n’ roll. The extensive watching of videos has greatly affected the demeanor of dressing in female and male teens. I believe strongly that the sex in music videos is one of the main reasons grades and the youth values on sex have changed. ( Lopez., 2007)
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Another horrible vision that the music videos depict is the use of drugs and not just light drugs but heavy ones. In the genre of hip hop if you look at the videos you will probably notice either a baby bottle or a Styrofoam cup. Both represent hip hop artist drinking cough syrup call Tussionex or Promethazine. These are extremely addictive and get you high for days. I have friends that drunk these narcotics in the mid 90’s it was underground and few knew of these syrups…...

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