Rockin' the Boat: Mass Music and Mass Movements
South End Press, 1992 - Education - 333 pages
Rockin' the Boat is about the relationship between mass-mediated popular musics...and political struggles around the world.--from the introduction.
Peoples Republic of China
The Rise of PatrioticProDemocratic
Australian Aboriginal Music
Social Protest and Popular Music
Some AntiHegemonic Aspects of African Popular Music
Music Beyond Apartheid?
Rock Nacional and Dictatorship in Argentina
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Talkin that Talk: Language, Culture and Education in African America
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