Thesis Proposal & Bibliography

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Bakalarski 1 Katie Bakalarski English 150 – 8 G. Christopher Williams 14 April 2008 The Whole World Hates Women Rapper Flo-Rida grew up in a house with seven sisters and no father. He admires his mother and the strength she has shown through all the tough times their family has faced. And his chart-topping single, Low , describes an experience with a prostitute. Rap has always been targeted as violent and crude, especially against women, yet countless teenagers turn on the Top 40 station and jack up the volume without ever being violent or crude themselves. This phenomenon is a transient problem for parents against rap music, but a little more difficult to ignore for those surrounded by both the music and the people that enjoy it. In The Words Have Changed but the Ideology Remains the Same , authors Terri M. Adams and Douglas B. Fuller write, “It has been said that music is a reflection of the cultural and political environment from which it is born” (939). It will follow, then, that
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ENGL 150 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '08 term at Wisc Stevens Point.

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