By S. Shonekan

Soul tune and nation tune propel American pop culture. utilizing ethnomusicological instruments, Shonekan examines their socio-cultural impacts and results: the conception of and resistance to hegemonic buildings from inside of their respective constituencies, the definition of nationwide identification, and the knowledge of the 'American Dream.'

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