Perceptions of Misogyny in Hip Hop and Rap: What Do the Youths Think?

@article{Gourdine2011PerceptionsOM,
  title={Perceptions of Misogyny in Hip Hop and Rap: What Do the Youths Think?},
  author={Ruby M. Gourdine and Brianna P. Lemmons},
  journal={Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={57 - 72}
}
This article presents the results of an exploratory study conducted at a community forum sponsored by a prominent African American church and a historically Black university. These institutions are concerned with negative messages given to African American females about their appearance and their morals. The data presented describe the population of female (68.6%) and male (31.4%) participants ages 18 to 24 and inform us about their perceptions about hip hop and rap music, especially as they… Expand
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