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The Chican@ hip hop nation : politics of a new millennial mestizaje / Pancho McFarland.

By: McFarland, Pancho [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Latinos in the United States series: Publisher: East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, [2013]Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781609173753; 1609173759.Other title: Chican at hip hop nation | Chicana hip hop nation | Chicano hip hop nation.Subject(s): Mexican Americans -- Ethnic identity | Hip-hop -- Influence | Mexican Americans -- Social conditions | Hip-hop -- Social aspects -- United States | Rap (Music) -- Social aspects -- United States | Mexican American youth -- Social life and customsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Chican@ hip hop nationDDC classification: 973/.046872 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Setting the theoretical context -- Quién es más macho? quién es más mexicano?: Chican@ and Mexican@ identities in rap -- Barrio logos: the sacred and profane word of Chicano emcees -- Identities old and new -- Sonido indígena: Mexica hip-hop and masculine identity -- Paísas, compas, inmigrantes -- Barrio locos: street hop and Amerikan identity -- Mexicanidad, africanidad -- Multiracial macho: Kemo the Blaxican's hip-hop masculinity -- The rap on Chicano/Mexicano and Black masculinity -- "Soy la kalle": radio, reggaetón, and latin@ identity -- Hip-hop and justice -- A hip-hop pedagogy for social justice -- Afterword. Hip-hop and freedom-dreaming in the Mexican diaspora.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 273-28) and index.

Setting the theoretical context -- Quién es más macho? quién es más mexicano?: Chican@ and Mexican@ identities in rap -- Barrio logos: the sacred and profane word of Chicano emcees -- Identities old and new -- Sonido indígena: Mexica hip-hop and masculine identity -- Paísas, compas, inmigrantes -- Barrio locos: street hop and Amerikan identity -- Mexicanidad, africanidad -- Multiracial macho: Kemo the Blaxican's hip-hop masculinity -- The rap on Chicano/Mexicano and Black masculinity -- "Soy la kalle": radio, reggaetón, and latin@ identity -- Hip-hop and justice -- A hip-hop pedagogy for social justice -- Afterword. Hip-hop and freedom-dreaming in the Mexican diaspora.

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<p>Pancho McFarland is Associate Professor of Sociology at Chicago State University. He was born in Illinois and raised in Raton, New Mexico, as a member of the Cortez clan.</p>

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