Rap music
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Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2013.
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1 online resource (126 pages) : col. ill.
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A collection of essays detailing opposing viewpoints on rap music. Includes a look at the affect of rap music on women, on violence, and on politics.

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Berlatsky, N. (2013). Rap music. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.

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Berlatsky, Noah. 2013. Rap Music. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.

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Berlatsky, Noah, Rap Music. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2013.

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Berlatsky, Noah. Rap Music. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2013. Web.

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5050 |a Foreword -- Introduction -- Does rap music promote violence? -- Rap music glamorizes and contributes to gun violence / Warren Kinsella -- Rap music no longer glamorizes prison as it once did / David Dennis -- Sharpton : ban artists linked to violence / Nekesa Mubi Moody -- Rap music can be used to promote nonviolence / Monse Sepulveda -- Rap music reflects an African American culture that accepts domestic violence / Brian Sims -- The rap community can come together to reject domestic violence / Bakari Kitwana -- Is rap music harmful to women? -- Rap music contributes to worldwide harm to women / Liza Weisstuch -- Rap music has a long tradition of feminism / Akoto Ofori-Atta -- Men and women should reject misogynistic rap / Liz Funk -- Hip-hop prison culture hurts women / Prison Culture -- R&B is more harmful to women than rap / Brandon Soderberg -- R&B can teach feminist lessons / Sara Jaffe -- What is the political effect of rap music? -- Rap music is a worldwide form of political resistance / Andalusia Knoll, with Scott Pinkelman -- Rap music is not politically thoughtful or effective / John H. McWhorter -- Rap's promotion of capitalism and success is dangerous / Dreda Say Mitchell -- Rap's promotion of capitalism and success is healthy / Steve Yates.
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