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• In what ways have music and radio shaped American culture and its values?
Through several different times in history, music has influenced teenagers. Teens in America are a prime example of how music has effected teenagers economically, physically, and even psychologically. [ Different decades lead to different styles of popular music, but the effects are about the same. Popular music can be used by: companies as a marketing gimmick, young teenagers trying to become
recognized by starting as a garage band, or just used for entertainment purposes. However it is used, popular music is a powerful tool to impact teens of all times. Music has gone a long way throughout the previous decades in America. Music has evolved and shape shifted its way to the time of now. ]
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An outline is a blueprint of a document's structure. It identifies major structural components and where they are located and shows how the components are related to each other and to the document as a whole.



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• lets you move parts of the document around to determine the most effective arrangement of your ideas



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margarita, please keep your answers short and to the point, you should eliminate excess blank lines also. And always cite your sources, especially when copying from other sites.
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