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Papers On Music, Film, Television, Theater & Photography
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Blood In, Blood Out
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This 3 page paper considers the characters in the film “Blood In, Blood Out” and argues that Merton’s theory of the “American dream” and Shaw and MacKay’s theory of “zones of transition” are the best tools to use to describe their lives as shown in the film. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVbludio.rtf

Blues Music vs. Country Music
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A 6 page paper analytically comparing these two styles of music. The writer details various similarities and differences in lyric and content, and includes two original songs as examples in an appendix.
Filename: Bluescou.doc

Blues Traveler / Music And Society
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A 6 page paper discussing music's role in society, today, yesterday, in America and elsewhere. The main band in focus is Blues Traveler, a relatively new band, in comparison to some, that has a tremendous following, heralded by some as the next Grateful Dead. While they appear to be fairly simple individuals they are involved in issues which illustrate how music collides with society in many ways. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Bluestra.wps

Bob Dylan -- the Social and Musical Evolution of Folk Music to “Folk-Rock”
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This 8 page report discusses singer and songwriter Bob Dylan and is role as one of the major figures in American folk and rock music. It is important to understand that Dylan came to prominence in the midst of truly significant social, political, and ideological change in the United States. One critic wrote in 1998 that: “Bob Dylan couldn't wait for the music to change. He couldn't be only part of the change. He was the change itself. Unlike other songwriters who voiced their politics through their music, Dylan garnered widespread popularity as his words seemed to echo the sentiments of teens of thousands of thousands of the young “rebels” of the 1960s. He was thought of as both a musical and political visionary and apparently viewed himself in equally epic proportions. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWbdylan.wps


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