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I got something to say : gender, race, and social consciousness in rap music

Author
Oware, Matthew, author.
Title
I got something to say : gender, race, and social consciousness in rap music / Matthew Oware.
Format
E-Book
Published
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
Description
1 online resource ( xi, 240 pages)
URL
Access for [All Campuses] - (Available on campus and off campus with authorized logon)
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web.
Contents
Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction: Started from the Bottom...; Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation; Breakdancing; Graffiti; DJing; Sylvia Robinson and the Rise of Commercial Rap; Message Rap; Roxanne Shanté and Woman Rappers; References; Chapter 2 Urban Spaces and Bodies; Deindustrialization; Urban Renewal; Criminalization of the Working-Class and Poor; References; Chapter 3 The Hybrid Rapper; Black Hegemonic Masculinity and Homosociality; (Constructed) Authenticity; The Hegemonic Rapper; Braggadocio; Materialist Bravado; Sexual Bravado
Contents note
Narcissistic BravadoViolence; Direct Violence; Indirect Violence; Misogyny/Sexism; Paternalistic Sexism; Objectification; Vitriolic Misogyny; Homage to Friends and Family; Homage to Family; Homage to Friends; Homophobia; The New Hybrid Rapper; References; Chapter 4 Bad Bitches?; Feminist Approaches; Hip Hop Feminism; Female Rap Hegemony; Braggadocio; Materialist Bravado; Narcissistic Bravado; Violence; Misogyny; Sexism-for-Self Affirmation; Misogyny-for-Dissing; Homage to Family and Friends; Homage/Help Family; Homage/Help Friends; Male Resistance and Acceptance; Resistance; Acceptance
Real Bad BitchesReferences; Chapter 5 Coming Straight from the Underground; The Origins of Underground Rap Music; Racial Evasion; Who Is Underground?; White Male Rappers; Racially Political References for Underground and Commercial White Men; Racial References for Underground and Commercial White Male Artists; Non-White Male Rappers; Racially Political References for Underground and Commercial Non-White Men; Racial References for Underground and Commercial Non-White Male Artists; Hegemonic Themes in White and Non-White Male Artists' Music; Commercial and Underground Female Rappers
Racially Political References for White Women and Women of ColorRacial References for White Women and Women of Color; Cultural Appropriation and Racial Evasion; The Commercial Underground; References; Chapter 6 The Queer Emcee; A Queer Aesthetic in Rap; Homo Hop; Homo Thug(s); Queer Bee's; New School LGBTQ Emcees; Young M.A; Queer Rappers in the (Odd) Future; References; Chapter 7 Black Lives Matter and Political Rap; Stand Your Ground; Justice for Trayvon; Hands Up, Don't Shoot; Tribute to Michael Brown; What Happened to Sandra Bland?; Requiem for Sandra; Black Lives Don't Matter
Black Lives Matter Is Hip HopReferences; Chapter 8 Conclusion: Future Intersections of Rap and Politics; Is Rap Music for White People?; Rap in the Age of Trump; Still, Money, Cash, Hoes; More Ladies First; An LGBTQ Rap World; Conclusion; References; Appendix; Sample Selection Process; Content Analysis; Index
Subject headings
Rap (Music)--Social aspects.
Rap (Music)--Political aspects.
ISBN
9783319904542 (electronic bk.)
331990454X (electronic bk.)
9783319904535
3319904531

Holdings

Library
__Electronic resources available in all locations
Location
World Wide Web