Table of contents for Roc the mic right : the language of hip hop culture / by H. Samy Alim.

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?	Foreword
 Geneva Smitherman
?	Chapter One
 ?The streetz iz a mutha?: 
 The street and the formation of a Hip Hop Linguistics
?	Chapter Two
 Verbal mujahidin in the transglobal Hip Hop umma:
 Islam, discursive struggle, and the weapons of mass culture
?	Chapter Three
 ?Talkin Black in this White man?s world?:
 Linguistic supremacy, linguistic equanimity, and the politics of language
?	Chapter Four
 ?Bring it to the cypher?: Hip Hop Nation Language
?	Chapter Five
 Spittin the code of the streets:
 The strategic construction of a street conscious identity
?	Chapter Six
 ?Every syllable of mine is an umbilical cord through time?:
 Towards an analytical schema of Hip Hop poetics
?	Chapter Seven
 ?I?m Pharoahe when I?m on stage; I?m Troy when I?m home in Queens?:
 An interview with Pharoahe Monch

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Languages.
English language -- Social aspects -- United States.
Black English -- United States.
Hip-hop -- United States.
Popular culture -- United States.