School of Integrative Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

INTS 244: Beats, Rhyme, and Culture

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Credits: 4

Examines the history of hip-hop and the effect it has had on our society. The primary focus is to consider hip-hop as a medium of communication that impacts, represents, and misrepresents the life experiences of youth in the United States. Students are exposed to historical, socioeconomic, and musical/aesthetic contexts of this genre through in-class activities and by attending related cultural events. Equivalent to NCLC 244.
Schedule Type: Lecture

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