I will leave a $5 tip if you get me a 80% - 89% or a $10 tip if you get me a 90% or higher
Please do not plagiarize, my professor scans for plagiarism and so will I.
Please Review the handout "Project part 1" which is attached. As my paper discuses how Hip hop music plays an important role in the African-American society.
The purpose of this assessment is to make a strong verbal argument and present it to an audience persuasively.
Imagine you have to give an oral presentation of your research paper to diverse audiences: A group of young children and a group of professionals. For each group of audience, answer the following questions: ?
How will you prepare for the oral presentation and what notes will you take to ensure you cover all the points while explaining your research paper. ?
What factors will you consider when deciding how to explain these concepts to the group of children? ?
What factors will you consider when deciding how to explain the concepts to your supervisor and colleagues? ?
How did your descriptions and approach change for both sets of audience?group of young children and group of your supervisor and colleagues?
Please answer in Question and Answer format.
Submit your response in a Microsoft Word document with the following specifications: ?
Font: Arial; Point 12 ? Spacing: Double ? Page length: 3 pages Cite the source on the reference page if necessary
The Analysis assessment will be evaluated using the following criteria: ?
Did you explain how you will prepare for the oral presentation and what notes you will take to ensure you cover all the points while explaining your research paper? ?
Did you explain the factors you will consider while presenting the research paper to the group of children? ?
Did you explain the factors you will consider while presenting the research paper to your supervisor and colleagues?
Did you explain how your descriptions and approach changed for both sets of audience? ?
Did your thoughts flow coherently? ?
Did you meet the page length requirements? ?
Did you adhere to Standard English grammar, spelling, and punctuation requirements?
Running Head: IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY Module 4 Project Part 1: Writing an Argumentative Paper
HU1440: Rhetoric in Contemporary Culture Hip hop music plays an important role in the African-American society IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY 2 Sources with arguments for the topic
Chang, Jeff. (2005). Can?t Stop, Won?t Stop: A History of the Hip Hop Generation.
New York: Picador
In this book, Chang provides an illustrative history of Hip Hop. He put high
emphasis on Hip Hop as a product of the culture of African-Americans. Chang believes
that it is the through the African roots that artist that developed the Hip Hop movement.
Unlike other authors, Chang spends much of his time tracing the political and activist
elements within Hip Hop culture. He believes that African American greatly used Hip
Hop to show their political affiliations and to adverse their activism. This book is very
useful as it clearly outline the role of Hip Hop in promoting African American?s political
and activism culture.
Rose, Tricia. (1994). Black Noise: Rap Music and Black Popular Culture in
America. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press
Rose writes that Hip Hop acts as the voice of African-Americans from the
margins of society. In her book, she places Hip Hop music within a larger landscape of
black popular cultural practices. Rose looks into the commercial, technological, sexual,
ideological, and gender politics aspect of Hip Hop. For any reader interested in AfricanAmerican popular cultural expression, this is a must read piece to him or her. The book
is has interesting collection of information on how Hip Hop music influences AfricanAmerican culture. However, the author derived most of elaborations from New York that IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY 3 makes her work very New York centered as opposed to other major dwellings in
Wilkins, Craig L. (2000). ?(W)rapped Space: The Architecture of Hip Hop.?
Journal of Architectural Education. 54.1, 7-19.
By using Afrocentricity perception and Hip Hop Culture, Wilkins challenges the
Western assumptions that regards space and architecture. The author uses theories
regarding the collective memory of African-Americans to enable him build his theory of
Afrocentricity that support his argument of seeing Hip Hop as a form of art and AfricanAmerican cultural orientation that carries with it African ways of being. From his
argument, Wilkins imagined a Hip Hop space that depicts the four elements of Hip Hop
affirming Africa-American?s personal and group identities. By re-imagining architectural
practice and space in his attempt to explain his argument that Hip Hop as a form of art
and African-American cultural orientation that carries with it African ways of being,
Wilkins provides an elaborating and engaging piece discussion. From the book, the
discussion that is of interest to my project includes the discussion of Hip Hop as a form
of art and African-American cultural orientation that carries with it African ways of being.
Collins, P. H. (2006). From black power to hip hop: Racism, nationalism, and
feminism. New York: Temple University Press.
In this book, Mrs. Collins explores the experiences of African-American men and
women to aid him in breaking down interracial barriers that still exist in the American
society. She explores these experiences by taking into account the history of the ?HipHop generation of the black,? that includes Black feminism, Black Nationalism, and hip
hop music. Mrs. Collins explains that the Black Hip Hop plays a great impact in IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY 4 promoting women awareness, black race acceptance, and Black Nationalism in the
United States of America. This book brings out Hip Hop as a tool that African-American
use to make their views known to the world and to fight vices that faces them in the
society. As a result, this book will act as a very important source of information to my
Reese, R. R. (2000). From the fringe: The hip hop culture and ethnic relations.
Popular Culture Review, 11(2)
In this journal article, Dr. Renford R. Reese discusses Hip-Hop culture as he tries
to explain Hip-Hop has come to be stereotyped today. In his study, the author shows
that majority of popular rappers are black. The author also says that about 75% of HipHop listeners are non-white. Reese looks into the stereotypes of rappers like street
language, clothing wear used by Hip Hop rappers and how the media influences these
stereotypes. According to his views, Reese considers breaking down these stereotypes
and let people focus on the positive messages Hip Hop rappers convey against
negative messages of violence, sex, and harsh language used by Hip Hop rappers. This
article provides statistics on the percentage of racial Hip Hop listeners in America. The
article is very essential to my project as I will use it to give statistic of population of
people affected by Hip Hop music in America. IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY 5 Sources with arguments against the topic
Quinn, Eithne. (2005). Nuthin? but a ?G? Thang: The Culture and Commerce of
Gangsta Rap. New York: Columbia University Press
In this book, Quinn looks into the contested space between gangsta raps and its
influence to the common antisocial acts. Quinn critiques Hip Hop gangster rap and its
problematic hyper masculinity, misogyny, and materialism. The author argues that
gangsta rappers often speak through both sides of their mouths; thereby, pushing
problematic representations into the mainstream as they also speak through the pitfalls
of the same images. She reasons that Gangsta rap does all of these that constantly
attempts to appropriate its meanings in order to sell its authenticity, but ends up selling
the vices in the show as opposed to entertainment part of music. This book is very
appropriate to my project since it offers well discussed opinion contradicting my study
topic; hence, it will help me provide sufficient critique to the main topic of my discussion.
Young, Mireille (2008). ?Hip Hop Honeys and Da Hustlaz: Black Sexualities in the
New Hip Hop Pornography.? Meridians. 8.1: 261-292.
Miller looks into the relationship existing between the aesthetics of Hip Hop and
the pornographic industry. As a result, she attempts to articulate the ways in which black
male and female bodies find liberation even within the white?s patriarchal economy of
pornography. From her discussion, she finds that the sexual subjectivities found in Hip
Hop porn offer challenge to black middle class respectability. She realized that a large
usage of pornographic content in Hip Hop music has allowed for more opportunities for
black folks to engage in the porn industry. As such, Miller views Hip Hop music as a IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY 6 promoter of pornography which is one of vices that is greatly affecting the AfricanAmerican society. This book is also very appropriate to my project has it also offers well
discussed opinion against on my topic of study; hence, it will also help me in providing
sufficient critique to the main topic of my discussion.
Rose, Tricia. (2009). The Hip Hop Wars: What We Talk About When We Talk About
Hip Hop and Why It Matters. New York: Basic Books
Taking into account the commercial Hip Hop in this book, Rose looks into the
numerous arguments happening around Hip Hop music culture. According to her
discussion, she finds fault on people who staunchly defend commercial Hip Hop and
ignores the problematic elements of this kind of music. She also finds faults on the
people who blame Hip Hop music for societal ills that existed long before Hip Hop music
was developed. In general, Rose argues that the commercialization of Hip Hop music
plays a huge role in depleting the cultural movement of its nuance as it perpetuates the
gangster trilogy that is very damaging to the culture. The theme content of this book is
backed with very well elaborations how Hip Hop music plays a huge role in depleting
the cultural movement. IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY 7 References Chang, Jeff. (2005). Can?t Stop, Won?t Stop: A History of the Hip Hop Generation. New
Rose, Tricia. (1994). Black Noise: Rap Music and Black Popular Culture in America.
Middletown: Wesleyan University Press
Wilkins, Craig L. (2000). ?(W)rapped Space: The Architecture of Hip Hop.? Journal
of Architectural Education. 54.1, 7-19.
Collins, P. H. (2006). From black power to hip hop: Racism, nationalism, and feminism.
New York: Temple University Press.
Reese, R. R. (2000). From the fringe: The hip hop culture and ethnic relations. Popular
Culture Review, 11(2)
Quinn, Eithne. (2005). Nuthin? but a ?G? Thang: The Culture and Commerce of Gangsta
Rap. New York: Columbia University Press
Young, Mireille (2008). ?Hip Hop Honeys and Da Hustlaz: Black Sexualities in the New
Hip Hop Pornography.? Meridians. 8.1: 261-292.
Rose, Tricia. (2009). The Hip Hop Wars: What We Talk About When We Talk About Hip
Hop and Why It Matters. New York: Basic Books
(The Lesson) http://www.wordsmithlesson.com/p/course-material.html IMPACT OF HIP HOP MUSIC ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCOCIETY
(Intro to Sociology) https://sites.google.com/a/uw.edu/intro-to-sociology/week-4annotated-bibliography 8
Pay using PayPal (No PayPal account Required) or your credit card . All your purchases are securely protected by .
About this QuestionSTATUS
Oct 14, 2020EXPERT
We have top-notch tutors who can do your essay/homework for you at a reasonable cost and then you can simply use that essay as a template to build your own arguments.
You can also use these solutions:
- As a reference for in-depth understanding of the subject.
- As a source of ideas / reasoning for your own research (if properly referenced)
- For editing and paraphrasing (check your institution's definition of plagiarism and recommended paraphrase).
STUCK WITH YOUR PAPER?
Order New Solution. Quick Turnaround
Click on the button below in order to Order for a New, Original and High-Quality Essay Solutions. New orders are original solutions and precise to your writing instruction requirements. Place a New Order using the button below.
WE GUARANTEE, THAT YOUR PAPER WILL BE WRITTEN FROM SCRATCH AND WITHIN A DEADLINE.