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A. Ernst, S. Iseger, N. Riaz, J.M. Smits
This article investigates how the law is perceived in hip-hop music. Lawyers solve concrete legal problems on basis of certain presuppositions about morality, legality and justice that are not always shared by non-lawyers. This is why a thriving part of academic scholarship deals with what we can learn about laymen’s perceptions of law from studying novels (law and literature) or other types of popular culture. This article offers an inventory and analysis of how the law is perceived in a representative sample of hip-hop lyrics from 5 US artists (Eminem, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Ludacris and Jay-Z) and 6 UK artists (Ms. Dynamite, Dizzee Rascal, Plan B, Tinie Tempah, Professor Green and N-Dubz).
Verdieping | Verdiepend artikelfebruari 2013AA20130099
Ars Aequi lezen is natuurlijk heel goed voor je studie, maar muziek kan soms net zo stimulerend zijn, legt Hugo Botter uit in deze column.
Perspectief | Columnnovember 2023AA20230897