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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 22, Number 2, 3 March 2016

Hiphop literacies and the globalization of Black popular culture
pp. 129-132(4)
Authors: Richardson, Elaine; Pough, Gwendolyn

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‘The world is yours’: the globalization of hip-hop language
pp. 133-149(17)
Author: Morgan, Marcyliena

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N*ggas in Paris: hip-hop in exile
pp. 150-159(10)
Author: Neal, Mark Anthony

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Niggers and Japs: the formula behind Japanese hip-hop's racism
pp. 210-225(16)
Author: Thomas, Dexter L.

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