Table of contents for Hip-hop Japan : rap and the paths of cultural globalization / Ian Condry.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Hip-Hop, Japan, and Cultural Globalization	
1. Yellow B-Boys, Black Culture, and the Elvis Effect	
2. Battling Hip-Hop Samurai	
3. Genba Globalization and Locations of Power	
4. Rap Fans and Consumer Culture	
5. Rhyming in Japanese	
6. Women Rappers and the Price of Cutismo	
7. Making Money, Japan-Style	
Conclusion: Lessons of Hip-Hop Globalization	
Notes	
References	
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rap (Music) -- Japan -- History and criticism.
Culture and globalization -- Japan.