Study Guide Hum 325 Essay

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According to Patricia Hill Collins in “The Power of Self-Definition,” creating a safe space is important part of empowerment because:

In “The Power of Self-Definition,” Patricia Hill Collins stresses that self-reliance, self-knowledge, and self-valuation are necessary to empower Black women to create their own self-definitions.

According to Patricia Hill Collins, what are “controlling images”?

Patricia Hill Collins defines “self-valuation” as:

When professor Asbell showed the class the spoken word poems by Bridget Gray, she said they were an example of:

According to Patricia Hill Collins, what was Billie Holiday’s purpose for singing “God Bless the Child”?

According to Patricia Hill Collins, constructing your own
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Dr. James Paterson explains, “the culture and the energy that came from that was very improvisational energy, a very sort of reclaiming energy that young folks, through dance, through rapping and DJ, so on and so forth, that is how the culture took hold. It was a (fill in the blank) __________________________________. And when I say violence, I mean like destroying homes. Imagine somebody putting a highway through your neighborhood, then you can understand hip-hop.”

According to Dr. Jelanl Cobb in Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, why are braggadocio and boast so central to the history of Hip Hop?

Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes gave several examples of homoeroticism in Hip Hop. Dr. Michael Eric Dyson argues that Snoop Dogg’s lyric “It ain’t no fun if my homies can’t have none” and Nelly’s “I said it ain’t no fun until we all get some” are homoerotic because:

Carmen Ashurs-Watson, former President of Def Jam records, explains in Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes that “gangster music” became popular when?

Chuck D. from Public Enemy and Carmen Ashurs-Watson (Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes) both agree that when corporate record labels began producing rap music, the music became “less conscious” because:

Jadakiss and Dr. James Patterson Watson (Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes) both explain the largest consumers of Hip Hop music are:

Jadakiss Watson (Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes) argues

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