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and 4 from a book named “Hip-Hop Japan”. This step is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT to do
because without reading the mentioned chapters, you will not be able to answer the
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MOVIE 1: https://vimeo.com/143038369
MOVIE 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CH6af90Ig0
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two movies. Moreover, I will give you until Monday (December 12th at 6PM) to get done
from answering the exam. Basically, you will have ONE FULL DAY TO READ THE BOOK
AND WATCH THE MOVIES CAREFULLY WITH TAKING NOTES ON THEM AND YOU WILL
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SECTION 2: 5 questions (long answers questions).
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Anthropology 0817-002: Youth Cultures, Fall 2016
Location: Anderson 14
Time: TR 12:30-1:50AM
20 Total Points Possible
Multiple Choice and True/False – Circle or underline the best answer (1 Point Each):
1. 1. According to Condry’s introduction, which of the following is not an argument of the book?
a. Japanese rappers can be very political in their lyrics
b. Japanese hip-hop only imitates a genre that came from the African-American racial experience
c. Terms like “globalization” and “localization” cant fully describe hip-hop scenes worldwide
d. Japanese hip-hop developed as a flow between artists, fans and record labels/producers
2. In Chapter 1, Condry argues all of the following except:
a. While Japanese rappers borrow racialized imagery from American rap, American rappers have also
borrowed racialized imagery from Asian cultures
b. For Japanese that darken skin and kink hair, it’s more about being ‘cool,’ than being ‘black’
c. Japanese hip-hop is imitation, but also original, because it has specific local flavor and meaning
d. To fully understand hip hop on Japan, one has to be Japanese
3. Condry uses the metaphor of battling samurai and battling rappers in Chapter 2 to show how:
a. Honor is the central theme among American and Japanese rappers
b. The history of the samurai is as complex as the globalization of hip-hop
c. Yakuza gangsters have much in common with American gangsters
d. Japanese rappers only imitate American rappers
4. In Chapter 3 Condry argues that hip-hop in Japan has been influenced by all of the following except?
a. the American Hip Hop music industry’s domination of Japanese hip hop
b. the white washing of Japanese history texts
c. the “broken promise” of a credential society
d. the assertion of an essential “Japanese-ness
5. Condry explains that “genba is a term used to refer to all except which of the following:
a. A place where something happens
b. The dynamic feedback loop between a performer and fans
c. Only the specific experience of a particular artist performance
d. The sites of cultural production that are both local and global at the same time
2. In chapter 4, Condry describes “otaku” as:
a. The ‘cuteness’ craze overflowing into global hip-hop and pop hybrid music
b. Super-fans who both isolate themselves from society and support a vibrant subculture
c. Diversification of consumer options through rappers competing on different labels
d. Fans who emulate rappers materially via blackface/tanning, bling, clothing styles and labels
6. What are the four parts of hip hop that we see in the film What Ever Happened to Hip Hop and that
Condry shows us the Japanese have adopted?
a. beat box, street art, love, having fun
b. race, commercialsm, sexism, homophobia
c. braggadocio, ghetto style, death, materialism
d. DJ, MC, Break dance, graffiti
7.The film Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, argues everything except which of the following:
a. hip hop is both homo phobic and homo erotic at the same time
b. representations of blackness in hip hop are accurate portrayals of community experiences
c. the feminizing assault on masculinity found in hip hop is a malicious form of masculine identity
d. women in many popular hip hop videos are viewed similarly to how African slaves were viewed in
19th Century America
8. True or False? Condry uses the term “genba” to focus our attention on thinking about culture as it is
performed both globally and locally, rather than as a fixed aspect of a people or a place.
9. True or False? Both films explore trends within hip hop that went from an empowering message of
consciousness before commercialization, to a comparatively narrow, stereotyping industry after
10. True or False? Because all Japanese are of one “race” there is no racism in Japan.
Anthropology 0817-002: Youth Cultures, Fall 2016
Location: Anderson 14
Time: TR 12:30-1:50AM
Short Answer – (2 Points Each)
11. Using class discussion, explain what Condry means when he says in his book that, in our media and
information saturated world, we are all “Otaku.”
12. Explain why Condry likes Cornell West’s notion of “a new cultural politics of affiliation” for
understanding hip hop in Japan.
13. CHOOSE ONE: Explain what Chuck D meant when he said, “Black death has been pimped by
corporations.” OR Explain the phrase “the feminizing assault on masculinity is a malicious form of
14. Explain Condry’s argument about “authenticity,” as discussed in class, and how this relates to hip hop
15. CHOOSE ONE: Using class discussion, explain why “race” should be understood as a social
construct and not a biological reality. OR Explain some of the main examples of “systemic violence”
explored in the film Race: The Power of an Illusion, Part 3?
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