Un gran plan: música y manipulación

MSc. Juan David Luján Villar, Dr. Roberto Carlos Luján Villar

Resumen


Este estudio presenta las relaciones entre la música y la manipulación a través de diversas formas. Para realizar esta indagación se empleó un barrido analítico de los pocos estudios que exploran esta relación, estructurado en un estudio de caso que vislumbra una materialización de la incidencia de lo musical en el accionar de una persona. Ante el evidente olvido científico del estudio de la manipulación a través de lo musical, los hallazgos teóricos y empíricos revelan cómo el poder de lo musical-sonoro influye y persuade determinados comportamientos, según el trasfondo sónico que acompañe mensajes de diversa índole y la finalidad que se desee producir como resultado. Como complemento, se estudian modelos de la afectación musical en los sujetos y la sociedad, y se discuten diversas perspectivas derivadas de la ciencia cognitiva, la sociomusicología y la etnomusicología sobe este particular. Las conclusiones realizan una breve síntesis teórica al respecto.


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