Table of contents for The hip hop wars : what we talk about when we talk about hip hop / Tricia Rose.

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Contents
Preface
Introduction
Part One: Top Ten Debates in Hip Hop
Hip Hop¿s Critics
Hip Hop Causes Violence
Hip Hop Reflects Black Dysfunctional Culture
Hip Hop Hurts Black People
Hip Hop is Destroying America¿s Values
Hip Hop is Demeaning to Women
Hip Hop¿s Defenders
I¿m Just Keeping It Real
Hip Hop is Not Responsible for Sexism
There are Bitches and Hoes
We¿re Not Role Models
Nobody Talk about the Positive in Hip Hop
Part Two: Progressive Futures
Mutual Denials
Progressive Margins and Undergrounds
My Top Ten: Guiding Principles for Progressive Creativity, Consumption and Community in Hip Hop and Beyond
Appendix I
Acknowledgments
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hip-hop -- Social aspects -- United States.
Rap (Music) -- Social aspects -- United States.
Social change -- United States.
Subculture -- United States.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
United States -- Social conditions.