Flipping backwards into music! Music today is nothing like music in the 1960s. There are many different ways people function with music and technology, etc. The technology then and now is so different children in school have changed the way people use it. Music was also something kids changed in school, in their classrooms, and at home. Music along with technology affected everyday lives during the Civil Rights Movement. The students were the ones to take music to another level, Arthur Motycko made a book in the 60’s about the 60’s, technology shaped the way of life, and how the radio gave a face to the crowds.po98
Technology and music in the days has really come to the attention of a lot of people who want to avoid it as much as possible but can’t because of what the society wants. These grand visions have blinded us to an important and rather peculiar technological revolution which has been going on right under our noses: the technological revolution in the home (Cowan). Before industrialization the family was the basic social unit. Most families were rural, large, and self-sustaining; they produced and processed almost everything that was needed for their own support and for trading in the marketplace, while at the same time performing a host of other functions ranging from mutual protection to entertainment (Cowan). The Ladies' Home Journal has been in continuous publication since
1886. A casual survey of the nonfiction in the Journal yield the immediate impression that that decade between the end of World War I and the beginning of the depression witnessed the most drastic changes in the patterns of household work, technology, and music (Cowan). Now technology and music is shaping the way of life (Friedman).
“Technology shapes the way a story is covered, and the way it is presented,” William Thomas (Friedman). This was the first way anyone and everyone started interacting around the world with one another (Friedman). This was how the people saw things without actually being there, it was their face for them (Friedman). Also radios gave a face to the crowds too (Friedman). The whole face thing on the radio really dug into peoples’ emotions about what was happening during the civil rights movement (Friedman). The radio gave the people a way to understand what was happening around them (Friedman). It outlined the reality around the people.
The music gave a voice to postwar opposed to the Vietnam War. Prior to the antiwar demonstrations on and around college campuses, the Civil Rights movement in particular had increased student activism. (Rock and Roll) The worst things were seeing on the televisions. Every home was starting to get a television in there households, soon everyone would have had one.repeats (Rock and Roll) The televisions led to the “living room war.” (Rock and Roll An American Story) Popular music, already a vital part of youth culture by the mid-1960s, became a vehicle through which they could hear their concerns put to...