The Acorn 18 (1):95-97 (2018)

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Court Lewis
Owensboro Community College
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Dario Martinelli examines the nature of songs of social protest (SSPs) in Give Peace a Chant: Popular Music, Politics and Social Protest and provides readers with a book that is engaging, provoking, and enjoyable. Martinelli’s research is thorough, astute, and structured in a way that is both rigorous and accessible. Combining typology with several case studies, Martinelli achieves his stated goal of showing how context, song lyrics, and the music itself are organic and equally important elements that constitute SSPs.
Keywords Applied Philosophy  General Interest  Social and Political Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 1092-6534
DOI 10.5840/acorn2018181/214
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