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The hip hop reader

Autor: Timothy Francis Strode; Tim Wood
Editora: New York : Pearson Longman, ©2008.
Séries: Longman topics.
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Gênero/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Timothy Francis Strode; Tim Wood
ISBN: 0321385128 9780321385123
Número OCLC: 77270547
Descrição: xi, 239 pages ; 21 cm.
Conteúdos: Ch. 1. Back in the day: origins and definitions of hip hop. The roots and stylistic foundations of the rap music tradition / Cheryl L. Keyes --
Rap music / Tricia Rose --
Puerto Rican and proud, boyee!: rap, roots and amnesia / Juan Flores --
Ghost's world: a Wu Tang Clan member's new album / Sasha Frere-Jones --
Illmatic: a journey into Nas's state of mind / Shana Kent. --
Ch. 2. Crossing the color line: hip hop negotiates the complexities of race. Guarding the borders of the hip-hop nation / N.R. Kleinfield --
Sold out on soul: the corporate annexation of black popular music / Mark Anthony Neal --
Elvis, wiggers, and crossing over to nonwhiteness / David R. Roediger --
Raps' embrace of 'nigger' fires bitter debate / Michel Marriott --
The hip-hop nation: whose is it? In the end, black men must lead / Touré. --
Ch. 3. Your momma's a mack daddy: gender construction in hip hop. Hip hop women shredding the veil: race and class in popular feminist identity / Marcyliena Morgan --
Beyond racism and misogyny: black feminism and 2 Live Crew / Kimberle Crenshaw --
When black feminism faces the music, and the music is rap / Michele Wallace --
The Venus hip hop and the pink ghetto: negotiating spaces for women / Imani Perry --
The coolness of being real / bell hooks. --
Ch. 4. Growing up gangsta: gangsta rap and the politics of identity. Gangsta rap, the war on drugs, and the location of African-American identity in Los Angeles, 1988-92 / Elizabeth Grant --
Gangsta rap and American culture / Michael Eric Dyson --
Should Ice Cube's voice be chilled? / John Pareles --
Gangsta culture / bell hooks. --
Ch. 5. Mapping rap: East coast, West coast, third coast, and beyond. 'Represent': race, space, and place in rap music / Murray Forman --
Reaching toward hip-hop's homeland / Ayanna Paris --
New Orleans hip hop is the home of gangsta gumbo / Kelefa Sanneh --
Hip hop stole my black boy / Kiese Laymon.
Título da Série: Longman topics.
Responsabilidade: [edited by] Tim Strode, Tim Wood.

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