Subtitling Rap Appropriating The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air for Youthful Identity Formation in Kuwait

@inproceedings{Havens2001SubtitlingRA,
  title={Subtitling Rap Appropriating The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air for Youthful Identity Formation in Kuwait},
  author={Timothy Havens},
  year={2001}
}
This article reports the findings of a pilot study of a single African-American situation comedy, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, among a small number of young viewers in the nation of Kuwait. It is intended as a first step toward investigating the popularity of black and African-American youth styles among young people from various parts of the globe, and the conclusions that the author reaches are intended to be suggestive rather than definitive. Throughout the article, the author focuses on… CONTINUE READING

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