syp4453 how has the globalization of hip hop impacted african and asian culture

As far as my thesis, I believe the globalization of hip-hop has created a viable niche within African and Asian culture in the matter of expression and historical context.

The sources below must be used — more sources can be used at the discretion of the writer. 10 page paper must be written in Chicago style with in-text citations. Bibliography isn’t included in the count of the paper. Paper must included Introduction, background/context, literature review, evidence/analysis, and conclusion.

Charry, Eric S. 2012. Hip Hop Africa. [Electronic Resource] : New African Music in a Globalizing World. African Expressive Cultures. Indiana University Press.

Cromartie, J. Vern. 2018. “Black Social Movements Past and Present: A Comparative Analysis of the Black Arts Movement and the Hip Hop Movement.” Journal of Pan African Studies, no. 6: 77.

Dennis, Christopher. 2012. Afro-Colombian Hip-Hop : Globalization, Transcultural Music, and Ethnic Identities. Lexington Books. Charry, Eric S. 2012. Hip Hop Africa.  : New African Music in a Globalizing World. African Expressive Cultures. Indiana University Press.

Kato, M. T. From Kung Fu to Hip Hop : Globalization, Revolution, and Popular Culture. SUNY Series, Explorations in Postcolonial Studies. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007.

Nguyen, Jacqueline, and Gail M. Ferguson. 2019. “A Global Cypher: The Role of Hip Hop in Cultural Identity Construction and Navigation for Southeast Asian American Youth.” New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, no. 164 (March): 99–115.

Sharma, Nitasha Tamar. 2010. Hip Hop Desis : South Asian Americans, Blackness, and a Global Race Consciousness. Refiguring American Music. Duke University Press.

Verboord, Marc, and Amanda Brandellero. 2018. “The Globalization of Popular Music, 1960-2010: A Multilevel Analysis of Music Flows.” Communication Research 45 (4): 603–27.

White, Bob W. 2012. Music and Globalization. [Electronic Resource] : Critical Encounters. Tracking Globalization. Indiana University Press. Kiwan, Nadia, and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof. 2011. Cultural Globalization and Music : African Artists in Transnational Networks. Palgrave Macmillan.