Can Music Cause Cultural Change?

Can Music Cause Cultural Change?

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  • Music has always making a big impact in our history. It uses a easy but effective way to make connection of social change.
  • Music is the voice of the artists, they told the government that how they feel of the involvement of the U.S. in to the Vietnam War. The pathos applied to public and encouraged them to stand up for themselves in order to prohibit further lost.
  • Most people began to feel like the soldiers being sent were dying for no reason, and there would be no reward for their risk. 
  • In 1960s, protest against war and civil rights became a particularly visible part of American life. The way the music works increasing the outspoken of people's opinions. It is so straightforward that anyone can get power from the song.
  • Music has long been used by movements seeking cultural change. It could be a source to call actions from public or source of rejection of decisions of government.  
  • The power of music particular had increased people's activism and  helped fuel the antiwar movement.
  • Protest music influenced the Vietnam War era in many ways. It changed how people thought about it. The artists were all trying to spread their idea of anti-war to people around the country through the power of music.
  • When Bob Dylan was singing “Blowin' in the Wind”, he expressed thatthe answer to war was in front of us.
  • Moreover, music long assisted those working to win civil rights for African Americans. The gay movement, women movement or even African American movement were all been found in music. 
  • Songs sometimes adapted from the music of the black church which played an essential role bolstering courage and inspiring participation.
  •  The high participated movement led by music had forced the government to make change on the act in response to the public and soldiers. 
  •  but we were inability to hold it by saying "the answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind." 
  • From the beginning of the Vietnam war, when people support and loyalty from Americans was present in protest songs, to the end of the war, when aggressive and distrust view was evident in lyrics, American’s opinion changed about the war. 
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