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The Sociolinguistics of Hip-Hop as Critical Conscience
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Chapter 1: The Linguistic and Lyrical Development of 2Pac in Relation to Regional Hip-Hop Identity and Conflict.- Chapter 2: Dimensions of Dissatisfaction and Dissent in Contemporary German Rap: Social Marginalization, Politics, and Identity Formation.- Chapter 3: "77% of Aussies are Racist" - Intersections of Politics and Hip-Hop in Australia.- Chapter 4: Where is the Love? White Nationalist Discourse on Hip Hop.- Chapter 5: "Who's afraid of the Dark?": The Ironic Self-Stereotype of the Ethnic Other in Finnish Rap Music.- Chapter 6: How the Financial Crisis Changed Hip Hop.- Chapter 7: Dissatisfaction and Dissent in the Transmodal Performances of Hip Hop Artists in Mongolia.- Chapter 8: Counter-Hegemonic Linguistic Ideologies and Practices in Brazilian Indigenous Rap.- Chapter 9: The Death of Dissent and the Decline of Dissin': A Diachronic Study of Race, Gender, and Genre in Mainstream American Rap.

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Andrew S. Ross is a lecturer at Southern Cross University, Queensland, Australia. He has published in the area of emotions and motivation in language learning, and language and new media.
Damian J. Rivers is an associate professor at Future University Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan. He has co-edited several books, including Resistance to the Known: Counter-Conduct in Language Education (2015, Palgrave Macmillan).

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