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Hip Hop Detrimental Affects.

Kiara Bonds

Capella University

Professor Adam Quinn

February 6, 2023

How hip-hop music is negatively impacting adolescents?

Mental health is a major issue affecting a wide scope of populations over the world and needs more attention to address each of the groups affected. The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, hip hop, and rap music contribute negatively to the lives of its consumers, especially children who do not identify with reality and life in general. It is clear that the influence of rap culture greatly influences negativity and shows the youth undesirable lifestyles. Violence, access to sexual content, drugs, and profanity are greatly promoted by the same.

The best two interventions that would work best in the case to guarantee improved mental health for adolescents are the introduction of interpersonal psychotherapy and Schema-focused therapy. Both therapies aim at personality reforming among the affected groups of adolescents. Through interpersonal Psychotherapy, symptoms of mental health among adolescents can be relieved. Additionally, healthcare givers would address the current problems and issues among each person. Studying the negative influence of hip-hop music on adolescents and the intervention strategies to be applied help in addressing the creation of a new delivery service and its impact on the lives of youths (Miranda,2019). New service delivery models are likely to be introduced to cater to the mental awareness of the youth after the understanding of similar cases showcased by different researchers (Travis et al,2022).

Origin, Prevalence, and Correlates of influence of Hip Hop on Adolescents

Rap music has negative influences on teens and youth lives at large. This resonates with them being drawn more to drugs, sex, and violence. Exposure to music for a longer period is likely to impact general mood changes, and perceptions and could lead to the creation of fantasies among adolescents. According to Gina M. Wing Wood who is an assistant in a health school, teen girls who appreciate and listen to hip-hop music are more prone to disrespect their teachers and hit them hence risking their chances to be arrested (Chec et al,2019). According to research, 20% of adolescents are likely to experience mental health issues at any time of the year. Often, 50% of these mental health challenges occur between the age of 14 while 75% of them are aged 24 and above (Kwon et al, 2021). Mental health statistics assert that one in four people in the world who are aged between 24 and 34 years of age have once had a year-mental disorder. According to research, the popularity of hip-hop music as of 2018 in the United States was at 21% which was leading compared to other genres (Travis et al,2019).

Significance of the research on the researcher and research design process

Through a review of extensive literature research, researchers still benefit from it by getting access to recent information concerning mental health issues among populations and newer methods to contain the same. Hence, access to newer and more informed data implies successful data formulation and the trustworthiness of the content (Onanuga,2020). In one way or another, researchers can help mental health advocates and adolescents determine early signs of mental health issues. Consequently, improved literature design is expected after going through several literature designs, and researchers can work with the different types at ease too (Okpeki,2021).

The literature review plays an important role in serving respect to addressing the topic of mental health challenges among adolescents who listen to hip-hop music. Literature review brings clarity and focuses to the research topic accordingly, it improves on the facts of the research, broadens one’s knowledge base about the same topic and indeed offers contextualized findings. Readers of the concept can derive knowledge from the general and in-depth information given through the views of different authors.

Conducting of Literature review

While creating my literature review of the topic I would focus on taking a broad perspective of the topic on mental health and the impact that hip-hop music has on adolescents. I would then review information from past books, journals, and dissertations to create helpful and accurate information to pass to readers. I would also keep track of all the citations to acknowledge the authors. Several steps that I would take part in conducting and writing of literature review are choosing the topic, deciding the scope of the matter to address, selecting databases to do research, and reviewing the literature finally.

The sources used in the research impact sound and reliable information about mental health issues that affect adolescents caused by music. Each of the authors has put great focus on the intended audience who are adolescents, reliability and quality of information are granted with the help of outside sources from other scholars and authors. Chec and his colleagues have focused on how moods are affected among adolescents by the impact of hip-hop music. On the other hand, Miranda, Okpeki, and Travis purposely address in-depth information about violence, sexuality, and other traits that tend to be affected by hip-hop music.

References

Chęć, M., Ligocka, M., Janik, I., Samochowiec, J., & Samochowiec, A. (2019). Intermediary role of mood in the way music affects emotional reception of visual stimuli in adolescents.  Psychiatr. Pol53(2), 341-357.

Kwon, L., Medina, D., Ghattas, F., & Reyes, L. (2021). Trends in positive, negative, and neutral themes of popular music from 1998 to 2018: observational study.  JMIR pediatrics and parenting4(2), e26475.

Miranda, D. (2019). Personality traits and music in adolescence.  Handbook of music, adolescents, and wellbeing, 99-108.

Okpeki, P. I. (2021). The impact of Delta Broadcasting Service music programmes on the speech of youths in Abraka.  AWKA JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN MUSIC AND ARTS (AJRMA)9, 135-139.

Onanuga, P. A., & Onanuga, A. O. (2020). Violence, sexuality and youth linguistic behaviour: An exploration of contemporary Nigerian youth music.  Contemporary music review39(1), 137-166.

Travis Jr, R., Levy, I. P., & Morphew, A. C. (2022). “Now We’re All Family”: Exploring Social and Emotional Development in a Summer Hip Hop Mixtape Camp.  Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 1-18.

Travis, R., Gann, E., Crooke, A. H., & Jenkins, S. M. (2019). Hip Hop, empowerment, and therapeutic beat-making: Potential solutions for summer learning loss, depression, and anxiety in youth.  Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment29(6), 744-765.