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Söderman, Johan; Sernhede, Ove – Music Education Research, 2016
Since hip-hop first appeared in New York over 35 years ago, it has been associated with social activism and education. Accordingly, it is not surprising that academic institutions in universities and K-12 schools are interested in hip-hop. In this article, we will highlight the "hip-hop academisation" and map out a new direction in a…
Descriptors: Dance, Popular Culture, Music, Foreign Countries
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Belle, Crystal – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2016
Current scholarship suggests that many youths identify with hip-hop, especially youths of color. Study of this artistic form has been suggested as a means of helping youths acquire and become fluent in literacy practices. This article explores how the use of a hip-hop literacies curriculum addressed the literacy skills of urban ninth-grade English…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, Culturally Relevant Education, Minority Groups
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Broughton, Anthony – Early Child Development and Care, 2017
Cultural continuity between home and school has been emphasized in a range of research concerning diversity and multicultural education [Colombo, M. (2005). "Reflections from teachers of culturally diverse children." "Young Children, Beyond the Journal," 60(6). Retrieved from…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, Cultural Context, Play
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Dimitriadis, Greg – Urban Education, 2015
This article revisits the central impulse behind early advocacy for ethnographic approaches to hip hop--that critics should try as much as possible to limit their own certainties around what hip hop can and might mean. While ethnographic approaches can engender the kinds of personal dislocations that allow for this negotiation, they do not…
Descriptors: African American Culture, Popular Culture, Urban Education, Urban Youth
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Evans Pim, Joám – Journal of Peace Education, 2018
For decades Hip Hop cultural practices have been disparaged for allegedly inciting and being responsible for the eruption of urban violence. This assumption, likely built upon pre-existing biases regarding the street culture and ethnic minorities where Hip Hop emerged, ignored how some of the genre's main elements -- particularly freestyle rap,…
Descriptors: Peace, Violence, Prevention, Conflict Resolution
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Khalifa, Muhammad – Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 2013
Ladson-Billings, Gay and among others have demonstrated the strong need for educational curriculum and practice to respond to the specific academic, cultural, and social needs of culturally unique, minoritized students. This article focuses on culturally responsive leadership practices for students with Hip-Hop identity performatives. This…
Descriptors: Urban Youth, Culturally Relevant Education, Popular Culture, Music
Adjapong, Edmund S. – ProQuest LLC, 2017
This dissertation explores the context of urban science education as it relates to the achievement and engagement of urban youth. This study provides a framework for Hip-Hop Pedagogy, an approach to teaching and learning anchored in the creative elements of Hip-Hop culture, in STEM as an innovative approach to teaching and learning demonstrates…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, African American Culture, Music, Popular Culture
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Emdin, Christopher; Lee, Okhee – Teachers College Record, 2012
Background/Context: With the ever increasing diversity of schools, and the persistent need to develop teaching strategies for the students who attend today's urban schools, hip-hop culture has been proposed to be a means through which urban youth can find success in school. As a result, studies of the role of hip-hop in urban education have grown…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Teaching Methods, Science Education, Social Capital
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Beachum, Floyd D. – Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 2013
Hip-hop music has been embraced worldwide by youth, pummeled in the media for supposedly increasing social misery and hailed as a significant musical breakthrough. Hip-hop culture has transcended musical boundaries and now impacts speech, clothing, mannerisms, movies, websites, television programming, magazines, and energy drinks (Dyson, 2007;…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Popular Culture, Music, Cultural Context
Horton, Akesha Monique – ProQuest LLC, 2013
Hip-hop has exploded around the world among youth. It is not simply an American source of entertainment; it is a global cultural movement that provides a voice for youth worldwide who have not been able to express their "cultural world" through mainstream media. The emerging field of critical hip-hop pedagogy has produced little…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Music, Critical Theory, Global Approach
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Brown, Bryan – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2010
This review explores Edmin's "Science education for the hip-hop generation" by documenting how he frames hip-hop as a means to access urban student culture. He argues that hip-hop is more than a mere music genre, but rather a culture that provides young people with ways of connecting to the world. Two primary ideas emerged as central to…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Music, Personal Narratives, Science Education
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Adjapong, Edmund S.; Emdin, Christopher; Levy, Ian – AERA Online Paper Repository, 2016
In this paper, the authors analyze and discuss an initiative aimed at engaging urban youth who are traditionally disengaged in STEM. The initiative focuses on utilizing hip-hop as a tool for bridging the divides between urban high school students' culture and the culture of STEM disciplines. In lieu of traditional classroom assignments, students…
Descriptors: Urban Youth, STEM Education, High School Students, Cultural Influences
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Kuttner, Paul J. – Harvard Educational Review, 2016
Amid concerns about the decreasing political engagement of young people, scholars and policy makers have begun discussing the "civic achievement gap," disparities in civic capacity between low-income students and Students of Color and their White, wealthier counterparts. While this scholarship raises important issues, it often relies on…
Descriptors: Art Education, Culturally Relevant Education, Citizenship Education, Citizen Participation
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Prier, Darius D. – Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 2013
In this article, the social imagination of community-based sites of urban resistance enable out-of-school literacy practices in Black popular culture to foreground the contemporary context in which youth empowerment is nurtured in out-of-school learning settings. Second, the author chronicles how youth advocates in hip-hop--based community…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Music, Cultural Context, African American Culture
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Rodriguez, Louie F. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2009
Hip hop culture is typically excluded from conventional educational spaces within the U.S. Drawing on the experiences of an educator who works with urban high school students and university level pre- and in-service educators, this article examines the role of hip hop culture for student engagement in two settings--an alternative high school…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, High Schools, Urban Youth, Popular Culture
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