Research Paper On The History Of Hip Hop
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Resistance, Subculture, and Hip Hop
A 4 page research paper on hip op. This examination of hip hop seeks to answer to basic questions on this music sub-genre. First of all, do the fans of hip hop constitute a subculture? Secondly, does this form of music in the early twenty-first century still offer modes of resistance to capitalism, such as those that have been identified in relation to punk? The following literature examination shows that the answer to both questions is definitely "yes, it does." Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Black Films and Hip Hop Music Videos: Race Representation
This 13 page paper argues that race identity can be found in Black films and that this identity is not a positive reflection on both Black men or women. This paper argues that women are treated as commodities in hip hop music videos and in some Black films. However, it also points out how this is changing in Black film. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Modern Music Industry and Subcultures
This 8 page paper examines the music industry and how it has spawned various subcultures. Hip hop is the focus of the paper but other genres are explored. Marilyn Manson, Ozzy Osbourne and Connor Oberst and others, who seem to have made an impression on society, are each discussed. The music subcultures are analyzed. Bibliography lists 8 sources.