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KMB003 Final Essay: Exploring the Masculine Ideologies and Representation of Women in Hip-Hop

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This 2500 word paper explores the masculine ideologies and representation of women in hip-hop culture. Hope you find this useful as I received a 7 for it.

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KMB003 Final Essay: Exploring the Masculine Ideologies and Representation of Women in Hip-Hop
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African-American culture Music Culture Hip hop Gangsta rap Gangsta Illmatic Rapping Misogyny in rap music Hip-hop feminism Simon Frith Megan Morris
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Topics this document covers:
African-American culture Music Culture Hip hop Gangsta rap Gangsta Illmatic Rapping Misogyny in rap music Hip-hop feminism Simon Frith Megan Morris
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These labels set by society regarding gender traits and stereotypes play a large role in our modern social ecosystem. In the same manner in which music is sorted into genres, masculine and feminine behaviors help form identities and categorize people into different social groups. These social groups and gender ideals are often represented through music; another driving force in our modern society. Simon Frith and Angela McRobbie’s Rock and Sexuality (1990) explores different forms of masculinity and femininity in rock n roll music, examining the contrasting ideologies and identities present in the genre. This...
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