II. People do not choose to be influenced by music, as music is scientifically influential to the human brain.
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"We turn to music, we need it, because of its ability to move us, to induce feelings and moods, states of mind."
“Bures notes that the human brain is uniquely configured to process music, and that music processing prepares, stimulates, and organizes the brain in beneficial ways."
Munkittrick, David (2010), "Music as Speech: A First Amendment Category unto Itself," Federal Communications Law Journal …show more content…
Markus Zenger, et al. "Young People's Topography Of Musical Functions: Personal, Social And Cultural Experiences With Music Across Genders And Six Societies." International Journal Of Psychology 47.5 (2012): 355-369. Business Source Complete. Web. 14 Jan. 2013.
"The two dimensions of musical functions seem systematically underpinned by listeners’ gender and cultural background. We discuss the uses of music as behavioral expressions of affective and contemplative as well as personal, social, and sociocultural aspects in terms of affect proneness and cultural values."
Debano, Wendy. "Introduction: Music And Society In Iran, A Look At The Past And Present Century." Iranian Studies38.3 (2005): 367-372. Academic Search Complete. Web. 14 Jan. 2013.
"Focuses on the publication of a special issue on music theory and society in Iran. Increase in the understanding of the role of music in society; Musical traditions and practices; Importance of the gender in regional and ethnic affiliations."
VI. Music has a strong impact in the lives of young adolescents and can influence them even through the filters of education.
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