Lily E. Hirsch

California State University Bakersfield; author of “Music in American Crime Prevention and Punishment”

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Visiting Scholar at California State University, Bakersfield; author of “Music in American Crime Prevention and Punishment.”

Lily E. Hirsch on KCRW

You might think classical music sounds nice, but it’s actually effective in driving people away. One Burger King in San Francisco is constantly playing Vivaldi, Bach, and Mozart.

Want to shoo some people away? Maybe play classical music

You might think classical music sounds nice, but it’s actually effective in driving people away. One Burger King in San Francisco is constantly playing Vivaldi, Bach, and Mozart.

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