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Hip Hop Culture by
This work is a revealing chronicle of Hip Hop culture from its beginnings three decades ago to the present, with an analysis of its influence on people and popular culture in the United States and around the world. From Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message," to Jay-Z, Diddy, and 50 Cent, Hip Hop Culture is the first comprehensive reference work to focus on one of the most influential cultural phenomena of our time. Scholarly and streetwise, backed by statistics, documents, and research, it recounts three decades of Hip Hop's evolution, highlighting its defining events, recordings, personalities, movements, and ideas, as well as society's response. How did an inner-city subculture, all but dismissed in the early 1980s, become the ruler of the world's airwaves and iPods? Who are the players who moved Hip Hop from the record bins to the pinnacles of entertainment, business, and fashion? Who are the founders, innovators, legends, and major players? Authoritative and authentic, Hip Hop Culture provides a wealth of information and insights for students, educators, and anyone interested in the ways pop culture reflects and shapes our lives. An extensively researched narrative of the history of Hip Hop in four informative, richly detailed chapters More than 50 photographs of Hip Hop's major players, scenes, and styles An extensive annotated bibliography of print and online resources, plus listings of important organizations, associations, and programs dedicated to Hip Hop culture A comprehensive glossary of terms and phrases such as "bling bling" and "thuglife" Sidebars on fascinating topics, reflecting the latest research and statistical data Analyses of the 50 most influential Hip Hop songs and the 30 most influential Hip Hop albums
Publication Date: 2006-05-19
Migration, Women and Social Development by
This book presents a selection of major research texts by Prof. Dr. Lourdes Arizpe Schlosser, a Mexican Pioneer in Anthropology. A global intellectual leader on culture, social development, sustainability, women's studies and indigenous groups, her texts provide both an outlook on the evolution of specific social scientific concepts and historical debates and a long-term and meta-analytical perspective integrating academic and policy discussions. By linking debates from different fields, the book helps readers to understand why people and groups make the choices they make and how the principles of social life must change to meet the challenges that new generations face in building social sustainability and effective environmental management in the twenty-first century.
Publication Date: 2014-08-04
Teaching Black Cinema by
What is 'black cinema'? Is it a valid category? What can films from as far afield, economically and geographically, as Nigeria and Hollywood possibly have in common? Focusing on films such as "Lethal Weapon", "Bullet Boy" and "Malcolm X", this guide discusses various issues and looks at fresh ways into exploring the key concepts of Media Studies.
Publication Date: 2006-12-12