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Tiongson, Antonio T., 1968-
Filipinos represent : DJs, racial authenticity, and the hip-hop nation / Antonio T. Tiongson Jr
Alternate Title DJs, racial authenticity, and the hip-hop nation
Disc jockeys, racial authenticity, and the hip-hop nation
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2013
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HM621 .T586 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Popular culture
Popular culture -- United States -- 21st century
Hip-hop -- United States
Filipino Americans -- Ethnic identity
Subject United States -- Race relations
Subject(s) Racism -- United States
Physical Description xxiii, 125 pages ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 103-118) and index
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction: claiming hip-hop -- The African Americanization of hip-hop -- The racialization of DJ culture -- "The scratching is what got me hooked" : Filipino American DJs in the bay area -- "Djing as a Filipino thing" : negotiating questions of race -- The normative boundaries of Filipinoness -- Conclusion: reimagining the hip-hop nation -- Notes -- Index

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