The hip hop wars what we talk about when we talk about hip hop--and why it matters

Main Author: Rose, Tricia
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York BasicCivitas 2008, c2008
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Collection: Music Online Reference - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a Hip hop's critics -- Hip hop causes violence -- Hip hop reflects black dysfunctional ghetto culture -- Hip hop hurts black people -- Hip hop is destroying America's values -- Hip hop is demeans women -- Hip hop's defenders -- Just keeping it real -- Hip hop is not responsible for sexism -- "There are bitches and hoes" -- We're not role models -- Nobody talk about the positive in hip hop -- Mutual denials in the hip hop wars -- Progressive voices, energies, and visions -- Six guiding principles for progressive creativity, consumption, and community in hip hop and beyond. 
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