USC_AMST_101_FINAL_STUDY GUIDE_3

USC_AMST_101_FINAL_STUDY GUIDE_3 - 7. Sound of Nuevo LA a....

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7. Sound of Nuevo LA a. ID i. “No Hat Manera” – song that discusses the development of racial and cultural profiles of contemporary LA; composed by 2 immigrants ii. Genre: hip hop and “banda” iii. Introduces a new sound iv. Concept: discusses the continuous presence of Mexicanization in LA, being a Mexican and how the relates to social and economic ideals in LA, transformation of Mexican immigrants in relation to culture v. New music that developed in LA is a product different cultures coming together and overlapping b. Significance i. Connect “mexicanization” and music to globalization and deindustrialization ii. Shows importance of the Mexican population/immigrants iii. Illustrates their contributions to society 8. Deindustrialization -ID a. Industrial core of manufacturing well paying jobs (unionized, no college education required) begins to collapse in the 1960s-1980s in the wake of globalization b. Integration is first attempted c.
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2010 for the course -2 20101 taught by Professor Georgesanchez during the Spring '10 term at USC.

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