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AAS 181. Hip-Hop in Urban America VOCABULARY OF TERMS Dyson social commentary  rap censorship asserting machismo personal agency asserting machismo by devalued black males Samuels ghettocentrism authenticity appropriation  voyeurism complicity Osumare   Africanist aesthetic dialogic negotiation lieu de mémoire  (site of memory) Nommo emcee as trickster 1
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renaming as empowerment Rose      (    Soul Sonic Forces Powerpoint)     destructive/recuperative in sampling black cultural priorities vs. technology processes Osumare dance as embodied text the intercultural body Watkins the production of blackness historically situated racial signifier cultural production   agency (black youth agency) containment and resistance ideological hegemony modern vs. postmodern
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Unformatted text preview: 2 Baldwin national character & popular culture authentic blackness (p. 160) hip-hop bourgeoisie aesthetic (p. 161) nigga as performative identity (p. 166) ghettocentric vs. Afrocentric (p. 166) reformation of the patriarchal order (p. 166) Osumare regimes of containment (p. 160) economic power moves complicity and resistance (p. 168) hip-hop postmodernism (p. 171) Watts spectacular consumption discourse (discursive frame) sign and signified (p. 594) 3 Osumare Gender PowerPoint triple jeopardy signifying and playing yourself oppression vs. discrimination & inequality Third Wave Feminism womanist Morgan functional feminism (p. 281) Osumare transnational media & capital and African American popular culture power moves connective marginalities 4...
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course AAS 181 taught by Professor Osumare during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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