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Hip hop dance : meanings and messages / Carla Stalling Huntington.

By: Huntington, Carla Stalling, 1961- [aut]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. McFarland & Co. c2007Description: ix, 201 p. 23 cmISBN: 9780786429912Subject(s): Hip-hop dance | Hip-hop dance -- Social aspects | Hiphop -- sociala aspekterDDC classification: 793.3 LOC classification: GV1796.H57Other classification: Oabkba Online resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Theorizing hip hop dance -- African diaspora -- Feminist re-view of hip hop dance -- Theorizing hip hop dance and consumption -- Furthering globalization and capital formation -- Hip hop dance codification and commoditization.
Summary: "This book covers a social history germane not only to the African American experience, but also to the global experience of laborers. Examining hip hop dance as text, as commentary, and as a function of identity construction, the book draws on popular cultural images from films, commercials, and dance studios. A bibliography, discography, and filmography are included"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-195) and index.

Theorizing hip hop dance -- African diaspora -- Feminist re-view of hip hop dance -- Theorizing hip hop dance and consumption -- Furthering globalization and capital formation -- Hip hop dance codification and commoditization.

"This book covers a social history germane not only to the African American experience, but also to the global experience of laborers. Examining hip hop dance as text, as commentary, and as a function of identity construction, the book draws on popular cultural images from films, commercials, and dance studios. A bibliography, discography, and filmography are included"--Provided by publisher.

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