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Creativity and protest in popular culture

Iyorchia D. Ayu

Creativity and protest in popular culture

the political music of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti

by Iyorchia D. Ayu

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Published by Positive Review in association with Nigerian Democratic Review in Ile-Ife, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Fela, 1938-,
    • Jazz -- Nigeria.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [1]-[4]).

      Statementby Iyorchia D. Ayu.
      SeriesRevolutionary monographs on culture and society in Africa., no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML419.F44 A95 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40, [4] p. ;
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2468168M
      LC Control Number87178359
      OCLC/WorldCa16966888

      Its symbol, a combination of the semaphore symbols for "N" (nuclear) and "D" (disarmament), entered modern popular culture as an icon of peace. In art [ edit ] The power and the visual effects of atomic weapons have inspired many artists. ———, ed. Velvet Barrios: Popular Culture and Chicana/o Sexualities. New York: Palgrave McMillan, Excellent collection on Chicano/a sexual and gender politics in “rasquache aesthetics” in such often-dismissed art genres as painting on velvet; includes discussion of this aesthetic’s impact on the Chicano/a movement.

      Religion and popular culture in America / edited by Bruce David Forbes and Jeffrey H. Mahan.—Rev. ed. , books such as The Da Vinci Code and the latest book in the Left Behind Their thoughtful and creative work, and their generous response to the tinkering of the editors, is much appreciated. They have been dialogue partners as well as File Size: 2MB. Grazian Textbook Chapter 1: What makes popular culture popular? popular culture is produced, consumed, and experienced within a context of overlapping sets of social relationships popular culture refers to the aesthetic products created and sold by profit-seeking films operating in the global entertainment market culture that is popular is well liked popular culture refers to.

        Building a company culture that not only values creativity but also empowers people to think creatively will boost your company to new heights of growth and : Trevor Bron. Popular culture often challenged norms from the supposedly hidebound s, promoting rebellion and individualism and, in the process, bringing the counterculture into the mainstream. Native Americans, Chicanos, women, and environmentalists all participated in movements demonstrating that “rights” activism also applied to ethnicity, gender.


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