DOI: 10.1590/s1809-43412011000100001
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Abstract: This article reflects on issues first raised in the doctoral thesis in Social Anthropology entitled “The Road is Long and the Ground is Slippery!: the hip hop movement in Florianópolis and Lisbon” (Souza 2009) and which provides ethnographic support for the reflections raised here about this vibrant v.8 n.1 angela m. de souza, deise l. montardo musical production. Rap is music that was born in ghettos and peripheries. It has become a strong reference for youth and is inserted in a variety of social, cultural a… Show more

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