The Words Have Changed but the Ideology Remains the Same: Misogynistic Lyrics in Rap Music

@article{Adams2006TheWH,
  title={The Words Have Changed but the Ideology Remains the Same: Misogynistic Lyrics in Rap Music},
  author={T. Adams and Douglas B. Fuller},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={938 - 957}
}
Rap music emerged as an aesthetic cultural expression of the urban youth in the late 1970s. It has been denoted as the poetry of the youth who are often disregarded as a result of their race and class status. Since it first came on the music scene, rap has gone through a number of phases, and it has been used as a medium to express a variety of ideas, feelings, and emotions. Hope, love, fear, anger, frustration, pride, violence, and misogyny have all been expressed through the medium of rap… Expand
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