“”The Other Woman”” (Lana del Rey, Nina Simone)
“”Jolene”” (Dolly Parton)
“”Fist City”” (Loretta Lynn)
“”Sorry”” (Beyonce)
“”Be Careful”” (Cardi B)
“”FU”” (Miley Cyrus)
“”Cruel Summer”” (Karen Elson)

Pattern: In female singers’ representations of “”the other woman”” in songs about cheating in romantic relationships, the other woman is depicted as a fake, someone who is attractive on the outside, but not actually worthy or capable of love since she is either capricious or out for something other than love.

answer the following questions about your playlist :

What dominant message is depicted about the topic in your playlist?
What other or secondary dominant messages are there?
What can we learn about our own social moment or cultural attitudes or approaches to this topic based on these messages?
How can we learn this kind of thing from songs on a playlist?
What are some outlier positions (ones that don’t fit into the dominant message), and how do they mark a shift in thinking about the topic?
What other patterns do you notice emerging from your playlist? In short, what else or what all can we learn from your inquiry? For instance, has thinking about the topic evolved or changed over time? You could look, for example, at the dates your songs were published to determine if there has been a shift in thinking about the topic over time or you could look at a particular genre or the race and/or sex of artists to note any differences in their treatment of the topic (for example, does country music treat “”cheating”” or “”the other woman”” differently than pop, rock, or alternative music? or do men treat the topic of cheating differently than women?).” 345 https://www.homeworkmarket.com/homework-answers?page=345