Communicating hip-hop : how hip-hop culture shapes popular culture / Nick J. Sciullo
Book | Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC | 2019
Available at WCTC General Collection (ML3918.R37 S3 2019)

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xii, 116 pages ; 25 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Introduction: The State of the Field of Hip-Hop Studies -- Legal Education and Hip-Hop -- Educational Studies and Hip-Hop -- Communication Studies and Hip-Hop -- English and Hip-Hop -- Sociology and Hip-Hop -- Business, Economics and Hip-Hop -- Religion and Hip-Hop -- The Arts and Hip-Hop -- Politics and Hip-Hop -- Epilogue.
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This insightful analysis of the broad impact of hip-hop on popular culture examines the circulation of hip-hop through media, academia, business, law, and consumer culture to explain how hip-hop influences thought and action through our societal institutions. --Publisher
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9781440842221 hardcover alkaline paper
1440842221 hardcover alkaline paper
9781440842238 electronic book
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