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Aesthetic alternative: Hip-hop as living art
by McCabe, Shannon, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2011: 251 pages; 3519786.
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Just Say No to 360s: The Politics of Independent Hip-Hop
by Vito, Christopher Sangalang, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2017: 185 pages; 10285404.
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Macklemore, Iggy Azalea, and contested authenticity within the hip-hop discourse community
by Rines, Olivia, M.A.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2015: 175 pages; 1598080.
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Witnesses with a microphone: Teaching and learning in a hip hop literacy community
by Campbell, Philip Jude, Ed.D.  University of Pennsylvania. 2016: 191 pages; 10244147.
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The crystallization of hip hop culture in corporate and mainstream America, 1995–1998
by Acker, Robert, M.A.  University of Colorado at Denver. 2012: 79 pages; 1531288.
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The hip-hopsploitation film cycle: Representing, articulating, and appropriating hip-hop culture
by Sachs, Aaron Dickinson, Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2009: 322 pages; 3409503.
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Unique forms of knowledge and curriculum in hip-hop pedagogy
by Hill, Landon, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 144 pages; 1596975.
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Black Women as Listeners of Hip-Hop Music
by Summers, Epiphany, M.A.  The George Washington University. 2016: 47 pages; 10149611.
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Critical Hip-hop Graffiti Pedagogy in a Primary School
by Brown, Wade E., Ed.D.  Loyola Marymount University. 2015: 293 pages; 3671998.
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Traditions, soul, and beats: Expressions of Filipino American identity in contemporary hip-hop music
by Itchon, Emmanuel P., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2014: 84 pages; 1527957.
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A typology of sampling in hip-hop
by Sewell, Amanda, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2013: 266 pages; 3587662.
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Hip hop rhetoric: Relandscaping the rhetorical tradition
by Tinajero, Roberto Jose, II, Ph.D.  The University of Texas at El Paso. 2009: 190 pages; 3390661.
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Popular Music in the Paterson, New Jersey General Music Classroom
by Gaydos, Thomas Joseph Odo, M.A.T.  The William Paterson University of New Jersey. 2018: 176 pages; 10827718.
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The Decline of Music Subcultures: The Loss of Style Meanings and Subcultural Identity
by Strubel, Jessica Leigh, Ph.D.  The Ohio State University. 2007: 206 pages; 10835980.
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It's tricky is the title: Hip-Hop as rhetoric
by Harris, E. Jann, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 112 pages; 1504472.
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Minzoku madness: Hip hop and Japanese national subjectivity
by Morris, David Z., Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2010: 268 pages; 3409808.
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Hip hop wisdom for White therapists
by Klinger, Kevin, M.A.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2010: 96 pages; 1486188.
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Being in the know: Punk, confrontation, and the process of validating truth claims
by Penna, Christopher R., M.A.  Loyola University Chicago. 2011: 75 pages; 1498546.
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One Time 4 Your Mind: Literate Practice, Critical Analysis, and Construction of Self in Hip-Hop Pedagogy
by Whitington, Katherine Daphne, Ph.D.  University of Illinois at Chicago. 2012: 301 pages; 3542758.
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Writing Ourselves Into Existence: A Spoken Word Artist's Autoethnography of a Liberatory Hip-Hop Pedagogy
by Gasper, Kahlil Almustafa, Ed.D.  Loyola Marymount University. 2018: 258 pages; 10933563.
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A Mexican State of Mind: New York City and the New Borderlands of Culture
by Castillo-Garsow, Melissa Ann, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2017: 294 pages; 10783442.
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