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The Hip Hop Wars

Author: Tricia Rose
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0786727195
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Hip-hop is in crisis. For the past dozen years, the most commercially successful hip-hop has become increasingly saturated with caricatures of black gangstas, thugs, pimps, and 'hos. The controversy surrounding hip-hop is worth attending to and examining with a critical eye because, as scholar and cultural critic Tricia Rose argues, hip-hop has become a primary means by which we talk about race in the United States. In The Hip-Hop Wars, Rose explores the most crucial issues underlying the polarized claims on each side of the debate: Does hip-hop cause violence, or merely reflect a violent ghetto culture? Is hip-hop sexist, or are its detractors simply anti-sex? Does the portrayal of black culture in hip-hop undermine black advancement? A potent exploration of a divisive and important subject, The Hip-Hop Wars concludes with a call for the regalvanization of the progressive and creative heart of hip-hop. What Rose calls for is not a sanitized vision of the form, but one that more accurately reflects a much richer space of culture, politics, anger, and yes, sex, than the current ubiquitous images in sound and video currently provide.

We Gon Be Alright Eine Untersuchung Zur Wechselwirkung Zwischen Blacklivesmatter Und Dem Hip Hop

Author: Lukas Schneider
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3668863253
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Facharbeit (Schule) aus dem Jahr 2018 im Fachbereich Soziologie - Medien, Kunst, Musik, Note: 14, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Diese Facharbeit befasst sich mit der Wechselwirkung zwischen dem kommerziell gewandelten Hip-Hop und der im Jahre 2013 formierten Protestbewegung gegen Rassismus, Diskriminierung und Polizeigewalt in den USA. Um diese Wechselwirkung ersichtlich zu machen, wird die Schilderung der Thematiken „Hip-Hop“ und „#BlackLivesMatter“ erst isoliert geschehen, bevor dann die Beziehung dieser beiden Faktoren erläutert wird. In Bezug auf die Musikrichtung Hip-Hop wird auf dessen Ursprung, der kommerziell bestimmten Wandlung und Kritik an dieser eingegangen. Bei der Auseinandersetzung mit der Protestbewegung werden Intention, Verlauf und die Bedeutsamkeit eines neuen Protestwerkzeugs dargestellt. Bei der finalen Herausarbeitung der Wechselwirkung zwischen dem Hip- Hop und #BlackLivesMatter wird anhand einer Analyse eines Werks aus dem Album „To Pimp A Butterfly“ des US-Rappers Kendrick Lamar die Auswirkung des Protests auf die Musik illustriert. Hierbei wird auch die Bedeutung dieser Musik für die Protestbewegung und deren Anhänger näher erläutert. Konkludierend wird dann die Gewichtung der jeweiligen Einwirkungen bewertet und eine Hypothese bezüglich des weiteren Verlaufs von Hip-Hop aufgestellt.

Handbuch Popkultur

Author: Thomas Hecken
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3476056015
Size: 40.81 MB
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Das Handbuch begründet Popkultur als inter- und transdisziplinäres Forschungsfeld sowie als eigenständige Wissenschaftsdisziplin. Es informiert in über 60 Beiträgen über die wichtigsten Erscheinungsformen und Diskurszusammenhänge der Popkultur und unterscheidet diese grundsätzlich von denen der Hoch- sowie Populärkultur. Die Beiträge widmen sich den Begriffen und Konzepten der Popkultur, der Bedeutung der Popkulturforschung in unterschiedlichen Wissenschaftsdisziplinen sowie den Medien und Gattungen der Popkultur - vom Rock 'n' Roll über Soul, Punk, Techno bis hin zu Pop-Art, TV-Serien, B-Movies, Social Media u.v.a. Das Handbuch bietet international erstmalig einen systematischen Überblick über das gesamte Wissensfeld der Popkultur und stellt die Popkulturforschung auf ein historisches und theoretisches Fundament.


Author: ZeeRay
Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 3898997774
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The Hip Hop Generation Fights Back

Author: Andreana Clay
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814717160
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Same-sex couples in both states seek to marry for a variety of interacting, overlapping, and evolving reasons that do not vary significantly by location.

The Organic Globalizer

Author: Christopher Malone
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1628920084
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The Organic Globalizer is a collection of critical essays which takes the position that hip-hop holds political significance through an understanding of its ability to at once raise cultural awareness, expand civil society's focus on social and economic justice through institution building, and engage in political activism and participation. Collectively, the essays assert hip hop's importance as an "organic globalizer:†? no matter its pervasiveness or reach around the world, hip-hop ultimately remains a grassroots phenomenon that is born of the community from which it permeates. Hip hop, then, holds promise through three separate but related avenues: (1) through cultural awareness and identification/recognition of voices of marginalized communities through music and art; (2) through social creation and the institutionalization of independent alternative institutions and non-profit organizations in civil society geared toward social and economic justice; and (3) through political activism and participation in which demands are articulated and made on the state. With editorial bridges between chapters and an emphasis on interdisciplinary and diverse perspectives, The Organic Globalizer is the natural scholarly evolution in the conversation about hip-hop and politics.

The Cultural Matrix

Author: Orlando Patterson
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674967305
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The Cultural Matrix seeks to unravel an American paradox: the socioeconomic crisis and social isolation of disadvantaged black youth, on the one hand, and their extraordinary integration and prominence in popular culture on the other. This interdisciplinary work explains how a complex matrix of cultures influences black youth.

Rapper Writer Pop Cultural Player

Author: Dr Josephine Metcalf
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472418379
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This collection of essays critically engages with factors relating to black urban life and cultural representation in the post-civil rights era, using Ice-T and his myriad roles as musician, actor, writer, celebrity, and industrialist as a vehicle through which to interpret and understand the African American experience. Over the past three decades, African Americans have faced a number of new challenges brought about by changes in the political, economic and social structure of America. Furthermore, this vastly changed social landscape has produced a number of resonant pop-cultural trends that have proved to be both innovative and admired on the one hand, and contentious and divisive on the other. Ice-T’s iconic and multifarious career maps these shifts. This is the first book that, taken as a whole, looks at a black cultural icon's manipulation of (or manipulation by?) so many different forms simultaneously. The result is a fascinating series of tensions arising from Ice-T’s ability to inhabit conflicting pop-cultural roles including: ’hardcore’ gangsta rapper and dedicated philanthropist; author of controversial song Cop Killer and network television cop; self-proclaimed ‘pimp’ and reality television house husband. As the essays in this collection detail, Ice-T’s chameleonic public image consistently tests the accepted parameters of black cultural production, and in doing so illuminates the contradictions of a society erroneously dubbed ‘post-racial’.