The Co-Culture of Hip Hop Analytical Essay by cee-cee

The Co-Culture of Hip Hop
An examination of the effect that hip hop music has had on listeners' perceptions of women and African Americans.
# 114883 | 1,464 words | 10 sources | APA | 2009 | US


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Description:

This paper explores hip hop as a co-culture. The paper discusses the history of hip hop music and its development and spread and then focuses on the effect that hip hop music has had on listeners' perceptions of women and African Americans. The paper also discusses the positive aspects of hip hop, as well as the criticism that it has received in recent years.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Hip Hop as a Co-Culture
Effect Hip-Hop Music has on Listeners' Perceptions of Women and African Americans
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Alridge, D. P., & Stewart, J. B. (2005). Introduction: Hip Hop in History Past, Present, and Future. The Journal of African American History, 90(3), 190+.
  • Iwamoto, D. K., Creswell, J., & Caldwell, L. (2007). Feeling the Beat: The Meaning of Rap Music for Ethnically Diverse Midwestern College Students-A Phenomenological Study. Adolescence, 42(166), 337+.
  • Marino, M. (2005). Rap Music and Street Consciousness. Popular Music and Society, 28(2), 271+.
  • Martin, R. S. (2007, July). 'I Can, but You Can't': Don Imus Made the Fatal Mistake That Many Do When You Aren't a Part of a Certain Group, You Can Get in Trouble for Saying the Wrong Thing. Ebony, 62, 80+.
  • Public Proof of the Power of Rap Music; SIX in the City. (2006, October 16). Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England), p. 6.

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