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Rating record albums to reflect the amount of frank language

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Rating record albums to reflect the amount of frank language [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2003, 17:26
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Rating record albums to reflect the amount of frank language and violence each one contains, in the way that motion pictures are rated, will not serve to reduce the likelihood that younger children will be exposed to that kind of music.

Each of the following, if true, could be logically cited in support of the opinion above EXCEPT:

1. Most record albums are bought by older children who generally do not limit their younger siblings' access to their albums.
2. It would not be feasible to use the rating system to restrict the range of music that radio stations may play.
3. Movie theaters almost never fail to bar children under 18 from admittance to motion pictures of an adult nature.
4. Record stores could not be relied upon to monitor the age of customers seeking to purchase a particular album.
5. Younger children who would ordinarily not be interested in music with mature content might be drawn to it if that content were indicated by a particular rating

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 [#permalink] New post 15 Oct 2003, 01:21
Well...
I would choose 3. My point is that 3 does nothing to argument - neither suppotrs nor strengthens. Or may be it's more appropriate to say that choice 3 just cites not enough evidence to weaken the argument. Of course author implies analogy between motion and music, but can they really be compared?

Praetorian, Stolyar, what do you think? 8-)
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Re: CR: Record ratings [#permalink] New post 15 Oct 2003, 11:11
I vote for 3 also. The others seem to support the argument that it's tough to keep offensive record albums away from younger children.

3 says that a movie rating system is honoured by the movie theaters.

Similarly someone could use the record album ratings to restrict the users of such albums.
Re: CR: Record ratings   [#permalink] 15 Oct 2003, 11:11
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