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Unformatted text preview: Yecheng (Jason) Wu 8 November 2010 34443101 Dr. Jaclyn Rea ASTU150 Many cultures have distinct art forms which influence government and promote political activisms. Recently, researchers investigate that in different culture and region background, art and activism approaches in diverse respects through multiple ways and create great changes. For example, scholar Johnson, his study Danceable Capitalism: Hip-Hops Link to Corporate Space explains how Hip- hop changes from a communal art to a commodity. (Johnson, 80) In professor Spencer, his study Rockin the Right-Wing Blogosphere: John J. Millers Conservative Song Lists and Popular Culture after 9/11 he illustrates investing meaning of using rock music as a negotiative process. Japanese Professor Marottis study Political aesthetics: activism, everyday life, and arts...
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course ASTU 150 taught by Professor Wu during the Spring '10 term at The University of British Columbia.
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