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Critical Investigation Presentation

  1. 1. By Hassan Ahmed<br />Critical investigation <br />
  2. 2. Critical Investigation Title<br />To what extent is violence used in rap/grime music videos, such as those featuring K Koke, and should audiences be protected from it through censorship?<br />
  3. 3. Linked Production<br />Grime music video featuring youths represented in a stereotypical way as violent perpetrators of anti-social behaviour.<br />
  4. 4. Migrain<br />M: Camera Shots: CU; LS; <br />I: “Channel U”<br /><ul><li>Underground Grime Music </li></ul>G: Grime <br /><ul><li>Urban Music; considered as bad influence on young people
  5. 5. K Koke/ Big H/ Giggs (artists)</li></ul>R: Negative Stereotypes of Youth <br /><ul><li>Graffiti
  6. 6. Gang Violence/Hoodies
  7. 7. Knife; Gun Crime
  8. 8. Drugs</li></ul>A: <br /><ul><li>Primary: Youth Audience 16-21yr olds
  9. 9. Secondary: Females 18-21 yr olds “rude girls”</li></ul>I: Encourages censorship & regulation of music videos; protection or audiences<br />N: Grime Music; violence; anti-social behaviour<br />
  10. 10. SHEP<br />S: Moral Panics: causing people to get worried about the type of media that is shown. Should it be regulated?<br />H: Government is strict on regulations and has always wanted to protect the public from issues such as violence.<br />E: Artists want to make money; so produce any type of music that can do this; as there is not much money involved in grime music from the start.<br />P: Government feel strongly about regulation and censorship. Strict on what media texts certain subcultures view such as violence.<br />
  11. 11. Issues/Debates<br />Representation & Stereotypes: violent culture<br /><ul><li>Guns/knife crime
  12. 12. Hoodies</li></ul>All of these aspects relate to the negative representations of youths<br />Moral Panics: <br />Regulation & Censorship: censor violent music videos to leading to negative implications<br />Media Technology & the Digital Revolution: easier for people to access media texts that are banned e.g. music videos, programmes, adverts.<br />
  13. 13. Media Theories<br />Hypodermic Needle: Music video injected into audiences<br />Cultivation Theory: Videos should be regulated to an extent can not be explicit as it will eventually stay in the publics heads as they will continuously view violent media<br />Uses & Gratifications Theory: escapism from real life; not all people take violence in a negative way, helps people see the effects of it<br />
  14. 14. 6-10 Points I Will Make In My Essay…<br />Grime music videos have been criticised by politicians and also artists within the Grime scene, for their violent content<br />Songs with violent lyrics increase aggression related thoughts and emotions and this effect is directly related to the violence in the lyrics<br />If you have ever looked on You Tube you will be shocked to see the amount of gang & grime music video's glorifying gun, knife and gang culture and violence<br />Eighty per cent of the rap music that is currently on the top ten lists around the world contains violence.<br />When grime was first hitting the headlines in 2004, many said it was the biggest thing to happen to British music since punk <br />One study found that young subjects who watched violent rap videos were more accepting of violent actions, particularly against women.<br />People need to make sure that they are not feeding our youth things that will destroy lives later on down the road.<br />
  15. 15. How My Research Fits into The Contemporary Landscape…<br />Popular with the youth audience<br />Urban Music: new music genre emerging, with successful artists such as Chipmunk; Wiley; Tinchy Stryder; so people think whatever is shown in the music videos is okay<br />Contemporary music<br />New technology; easy for youths to access media that they are restricted from through the internet<br />
  16. 16. Bibliography<br />http://www.suite101.com/content/theories-of-violence-in-the-media-a52284<br />http://www.suite101.com/content/theories-of-violence-in-the-media-a52284<br />Dan Laughey. "Media Studies: Theories & Approaches" (Great Britain; Sparkford, Somerset: Kamera Books, 2009)<br />http://www.englishandmedia.co.uk/mm/subscribers/downloads/archive_mm/_mmagpast/MM24_shock_cinema.html<br />http://www.englishandmedia.co.uk/mm/subscribers/downloads/archive_mm/_mmagpast/Hiphop.html<br />http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1460-2466.2002.tb02533.x/abstract<br />http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/music-video-violence-should-grime-clean-up-its-act-403286.html<br />http://www.gotessays.com/essays/3636/index.php<br />http://www.slideshare.net/NicoleMarisa/marketing-for-grime-music-videos<br />http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/feb/14/music-grime-dan-hancox<br />http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/dec/31/grime-2009-dizzee-rascal-tynchy-stryder<br />http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/feb/19/paul-morley-giggs-rap<br />

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