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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Bleep! censoring rock and rap music.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Betty Houchin Winfield; Sandra Davidson
|Notes:||An outgrowth of a 1993 international conference on rock and rap music and the mass media, "On the Beat: Rock 'n' Rap, Mass Media and Society."|
|Description:||ix, 132 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||"Let me count the ways": censoring rock 'n' rap music / Betty Houchin Winfield --
From Fine romance to Good rockin', and beyond: Look what they've done to my song / Michael J. Budds --
Because of the children: decades of attempted controls of rock 'n' rap music / Betty Houchin Winfield --
Two perspectives on Ice-T: "Can't touch me": musical messages and incitement law / Sandra Davidson --
The politics of aesthetic response: cultural conservatism, the NEA, and Ice-T / David Slayden --
Stern stuff: here comes the FCC / Sandra Davidson --
Music lyrics: as censored as they wanna be / Jeffrey L.L. Stein --
"Let's spend the night together," Uhhh, "Some time together," Making rock acceptable: "The Ed Sullivan Show" / Stephen H. Wheeler --
Rolling Stone's response to attempted censorship of rock 'n' roll / Lindsey R. Fore --
Deconstructing the hip-hop hype: a critical analysis of the New York Times' coverage of African-American youth culture / Patrick B. Hill.
|Series Title:||Contributions to the study of popular culture, no. 68.|
|Other Titles:||Censoring rock and rap music|
|Responsibility:||Betty Houchin Winfield and Sandra Davidson, editors.|
?The book's careful documentation and selected bibliography will be an excellent resource for those beginning a study of this issue.?-Choice-Humanities