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    The reactions to the performers were not surprising. Many of the audience were enjoying the music. They kept clapping every time a song ended. Looking around the younger audience was into their cell phones. They were taking videos and pictures on their phones. I was sitting by a family that had several teenage boys that kept telling their parents “No me guesta esta musica” they were on their cell phones the entire evening. Many of the older audience were entertained by the music. In fact, there was a group of older men that were drinking by the bar that kept requesting songs. Everyone can hear them scream “orta cancion, ortra cancion!” Once they started making a scene. Everyone kept looking at them. The lead singer kept going up to them having them sing in the microphone. The reaction that the rest of the audiences had on the drunken men singing into the microphone made people laugh. You could not understand what they were saying they kept slurring their…

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    Music is part of our lives, we listen to music all the time one way or another. Music can bring many kind of emotions and at times it reflects our feelings. But not only that, music is also really influential in many positive and negative ways. The kind of influence that I will be referring throughout this essay is the powerful influence music can bring to us in our understanding of race and ethnicity. This is call pop-culture “the entirety of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, images and other…

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    Latino/Chicano Culture

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    For this RPQ we learned what popular culture is for the Latino/Chicano community, the differences between race and ethnicity, and Hollywood's perceptions of Latino actors and actress. Throughout the articles given on Moodle from Charles Ramirez Berg and lectures. We connect deeper to these topics by answering the questions below. Through the Latino culture, we see popular culture. This concept is through the development thru popular film, television, and music. Usually created by the…

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    and [created] wannabe starving artists” (Abramson). It is key for children to go to school to find derivatives and learn core subjects, Abramson says, and removing the arts will force these overly-creative individuals that wish to express themselves through art to only focus on academia. In providing creative outlets, supposedly students that are driven by arts related subjects will not learn important facts like Newton’s Laws of Physics and where the Electoral College originated; these…

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    Abinet Kenore As we are living in the world in which peoples are searching/ looking to find joy, happiness, and recreation from the things, which made them worried, or annexed either by being or doing something. There may be many things, which people try to be, or to do. Music is one of the things, which people have been using it to be delivered from problems, to get joy and to feel freedom either by listening or composing/ being an artist. As I grew and living in the society, who has love,…

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    the nervous system to create a better learner and help offset this academic gap”. Often times, music is used for memorization. Teachers have set uninteresting things to music, such as the Preamble, to music so students will remember it. However, setting facts to music is not the only way music increases learning. In a study done by E. Glenn Schellenberg from the University of Toronto at Mississauga, discovered higher IQs in six-year-olds who received weekly voice and piano lessons. The resulting…

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    Employees that encompass these skills will work in favor of the company to promote its overall growth and benefit. Paulo Friere, in his essay about the academic system “The Banking Concept of Education”, writes that “the teacher talks and the students listen – meekly” because the average employee listens and does as told by his/her employer (2). This relates to a work environment because an employer wants more than someone who can just get the job done; they want a person who is capable of…

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    11.02.16 In the morning nursery today the special helper was Kinga, so when all the children had arrived she collected the board from the door as normal. We then proceeded with the register as normal and helped count as Kinga drew 7 circles. The children had brought in objects for welcome time today beginning with F. Some of the things the children brought in were football, fox teddy, fork and a France flag. I asked the children what they dressed up in for their banquette and if they enjoyed…

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    Influence Of R & B Music

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    and even to hip-hop, music has been a major influence in the lives of the people of this planet since its creation. In the words of LeQuita C. Harrison, in the article titled, The Affects of R&B Music in Gender&Youth, “Music has been around for centuries captivating the hearts and minds of people all around the world” (2013). Specifically, the music created by contemporary R&B artists in this century has been some of the most influential pieces of art that have been released to the general…

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    The Ecology of Human Performance model oversees Ayer’s spiritual component of music, while the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement highlights it. The main idea of the CMOP-E is that occupational performance is not enough to have a healthy lifestyle. Individuals must pass just performing, and empress the level of significance engagement on an occupation has. The CMOP-E model is associated with a client-centered approach, focusing on the inner constructs of the person. Within…

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