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Furthermore, Knobloch-Westerwick et al have stated that although young listeners might not understand all the details in lyrics, they recognize enough to obtain a general idea of the message they bring.
Regarding the effects of popular music on behavior, several studies have demonstrated that preference for certain types of music could be correlated or associated with certain behaviors,*such as the association of drug and alcohol use with “rave” music or electronic music dance events.
On a study performed in 2005 to assess media use of 8- to 18-year-olds in the United States, Roberts et al reported that on a given day, 85% of 8- to 18-year-olds listen to music.
Popular music is present almost everywhere, and it is easily available through the radio, various recordings, the Internet, and new technologies, allowing adolescents to hear it in diverse settings and situations, alone or shared with friends.Scheel and Westefeld A study performed to explore the possible effect of heavy metal music containing either sexually violent or nonviolent lyrics on males' attitudes toward women revealed that those exposed to heavy metal music, with either sexually violent or nonviolent lyrics, showed significantly more negative stereotyped attitudes toward women than those in a group instead exposed to classical music.men who listened to misogynistic lyrics showed increased aggressive responses toward women as well as a more negative perception of them.These data support the idea that the prevalence of music-listening in adolescents may be even higher than that of television viewing.The reason for this is that popular music is present almost everywhere, from the supermarket to the mall, often as background music.