Title

For Black Youth Who've Considered Hip-Hop when their Social Realities became too Tough: An Analysis of Contemporary Commercialized Rap Music

Date of Graduation

2010

Date of Submission

Sun, 13 Jun 2010 17:51:05 GMT

Class Year

2010

Major

African/African American Studies (AFAM)

Other Department or Program

African/African American Studies

Comps Adviser(s)

Owusu, Kofi; Wiles, David

Category of Work

Comps

Group or Individual

Individual

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Components of Work

Text (paper)

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

colemank_2010_AFAM.pdf

Keywords

african-american studies; hip-hop; contemporary music; contemporary black music; american dream

Rights Management

Student author/s retain copyright to this work. Through online submission process, author/s granted Carleton College the non-exclusive rights to preserve this work as part of Carleton's academic history and to use it for teaching purposes and/or institutional research & assessment.

Student Work Completed Date

2010-05-11

Format

application/pdf

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