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Controversies of the music industry

Author: Richard D Barnet; Larry L Burriss
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood, 2001
Series: Contemporary controversies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work presents 12 volatile ethical issues facing the music industry. Real-life examples depict both sides of each controversy, and there are primary sources and a list of resources. Among the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard D Barnet; Larry L Burriss
ISBN: 0313310947 9780313310942
OCLC Number: 462820932
Description: ix, 270 s. : illustrations
Contents: Introduction Money, Music, and Marketing: A Few Multinational Companies Dominate the Music Industry From Hendrix to Cobain: The Drug Culture of Music Music and Social Issues: Artform or Soapbox? Parody and Sampling: Borrowing or Stealing Copyright? Satanic Messages, the Promotion of Evil and Rock Music The Glass Ceiling: Women in the Music Industry Showdown at the Box Office: The Cost of Concert Tickets Black and White Separation in Music: Marketing or Racism? "I'll See You in Court": The Strange Relationship between Managers and Artists Freedom of Expression: Filth or Freedom? Radio and Records: A Love-Hate Relationship Turn Up the Volume: Music and Hearing Loss Index
Series Title: Contemporary controversies
Responsibility: Richard D. Barnet and Larry L. Burriss ; foreword by Paul D. Fischer

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