6 Million Ways to Die. The Conceptualization of (Black) Death in 1990s Gangster Rap


Term Paper, 2017

20 Pages, Grade: 1.3


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Table of Contents

Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Rap as an U.S. American Genre

3. The Negotiation and Conceptualization of Death in Ready to Die
3.1. The Inevitable and Omnipresent Death
3.2. Hyper-Masculinity, Sex and Death
3.3. Death and Fortunes
3.4. Death and the Nostalgic Past
3.5. Suicide and the Self

4. Summary

5. Works Cited

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Title
6 Million Ways to Die. The Conceptualization of (Black) Death in 1990s Gangster Rap
College
Bielefeld University
Grade
1.3
Author
Year
2017
Pages
20
Catalog Number
V366961
ISBN (eBook)
9783668456426
ISBN (Book)
9783668456433
File size
511 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Death, Dying, Rap, Music, Hip Hop, Afro-American, Gangster, Urban
Quote paper
Till Neuhaus (Author), 2017, 6 Million Ways to Die. The Conceptualization of (Black) Death in 1990s Gangster Rap, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/366961

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