In defense of hip hop by cathleen rountree

People are arguing that no law is going to stop any criminal from doing something bad. Selling a gun to someone who has problems like that should be illegal.

In Defense of Hip hop

Forming a Preliminary Thesis and a Working Bibliography. To me it is absolutely absurd, and will not solve any problems with gun violence. Strategies for Arguing Effectively. These four elements are the foundation to the true culture that first provided an alternative to the life of gang violence, of the degradation of women, and of oppression for all people considered minority.

Nobody is trying to take guns away, all people are wanting are background checks. If they did something bad once, chances of them doing it again are high.

Citing Sources in the Text. Do Video Games Kill? It can get people to believe in something powerful and unique. Seeking Promising Websites Taking Notes. Play the Race Card, Raina Kelley new selection.

The Hip-Hop Defense

The influence of that documentary so profoundly affected Rountree she devoted a section of her teaching curriculum to the study of hip-hop. The next two aspects of Hip Hop came separately.

People would throw a fit, because those are their rights, to say what they want, vote how they want, and date who they want. People always want to have something to blame when it comes to how our society acts as a whole. Anyone that has a hand gun already has to have a permit for it so getting it registered will be no big hassle.

One reason is how many deaths are caused by guns in America. Making background checks mandatory for buying any kind of gun would solve more problems with gun violence in American rather than just making it mandatory for handguns, doing so would keep both parties in the gun issue happy and still limit violence in America.

There are many reason people in American are fighting for gun control. She goes into great detail when she mentions how powerful hip hop society and culture can be and is to people who follow it.

Summary/Analysis/Response to In Defense of Hip Hop

Creating Reel Change, Donovan Jacobs. Rountree believes there is no excuse when one spills out a racial slur on national radio; he should blame it on hip hop. She ends her essay with saying how all the negative is focused on Hip Hop and that people need to know the realization of the music beyond just curse words.

Another argument people are having for gun control is the school shooting that happen in America. I felt that both articles were running off of emotion and their personal studies just happened to contradict each other. Mclune on the other hand refutes this argument and shows the audience what problems hip hop has caused.

She provides good information with referring to the film. Hip Hop has influenced a lot of people over the course of the last forty years. Formatting Guidelines for Course Papers.

What both articles failed to do was give me facts or statistics. As stated before, Hip Hop was an alternative to an oppressive lifestyle.

As old as the expression is, it is still very true and accurate, guns do not kill people, people kill people. A Personal View, Judy Blume. Not the culture of the so called "Gangsta Rappers" or the booty I can easily catch on my television.In the article “In Defense of Hip Hop” Cathleen Rountree argues people, young and old alike, are hasty to blame hip-hop in justification of their atrocious tirades, actions, and behaviors without fully understanding what hip-hop is, and what it represents.

Few people are willing to speak out and defend hip-hop music as communicative form of art. In the article “In Defense of Hip Hop” Cathleen Rountree argues people, young and old alike, are hasty to blame hip-hop in justification of their atrocious tirades, actions, and behaviors without fully understanding what hip-hop is, and what it represents.

The article “In Defense of Hip-Hop” was an article written by Cathleen Rountree - In Defense of Hip hop introduction. Rountree claims hip-hop is unfairly made the scape goat of violent words and acts by Congress and other “bastions of self-righteousness” (para.

1). Rountree uses comparison by comparing the way some individual claim “Hip Hop. Perspectives on Contemporary Issues (6TH 12 - Old Edition) by Katherine Anne Ackley available in Trade Paperback on billsimas.com, also read synopsis and reviews. PERSPECTIVES on CONTEMPORARY ISSUES, 6th Edition, approaches learning as the interconnectedness of.

Feb 05,  · In Defense of Hip HopSummary/Analysis/Response Draft In the article “In Defense of Hip-Hop” author Cathleen Rountree claims hip-hop is unfairly made the scapegoat of violent words and acts by Congress and other “bastions of self-righteousness”.

To support this Rountree starts off by referencing the infamous words. Summary: In “In Defense of Hip-Hop,” Cathleen Rountree is arguing that people are misunderstanding hip-hop and taking it the wrong way. People think it is bad music about bad people doing bad things.

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