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Martina Riina, who received a Sylff fellowship inchose to focus her research for the Observatory on the culture of lapawsade migrants by focusing on the ways in which they express themselves through the medium of hip hop.
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Between April and February I conducted social anthropological research in Palermo on a form of musical and narrative expression known as hip hop. My research focused on the ways in which young immigrants living in the city express themselves through hip hop culture and on the importance of this form of social and artistic communication in enabling them to find an identity in their new surroundings.
From a theoretical point of view, I tried to analyze the hip hop narrative as expressed mainly in the rap musical genre through sociological and urban anthropological perspectives, focused on the creative expressions of ethnic minorities in big cities, their message, and elements of cultural resistance.
I followed the analytical approach of French sociologist George Lapassade, one of the first scholars to address hip hop culture in his work on immigrants living in the suburbs of Paris.
Lapassade compiled his reflections in what soon became the manifesto of youth hip hop culture— Le Rap, ou la Fureur de Dire Rap, or the Fury of the Word —a deep investigation into the symbols, practices, beliefs, and lifestyles revolving around this expressive language.
Starting from the history georbe hip hop, I studied the ways in which young immigrants in Palermo today proclaim their freedom of speech and the right to express themselves, comparing these with the behavior of their native counterparts.
I tried to answer two fundamental questions: In the fieldwork phase of my research, I closely analyzed how this language lapassadde to life—the way it becomes the preferred channel both of communication with others and of self-expression in relaxed, everyday settings, away from family or school. The first thing to take note of is that rap is a modern and purely urban form of oral poetry. The story may challenge the audience to question their attitudes toward specific issues with which they are involved, encouraging them to listen and respond to statements that georgf them as a community.
What young rappers are engaging in are verbal street fights involving blows of rhymes and assonances.
The linguistic specificities, for example, emphasize the different cultural backgrounds and gestures used in the performances. These topics allow immigrants and natives to know each other better, to learn about their differences, and to reduce stereotypes and prejudices.
Producing rap lyrics, for example, encourages ,apassade immigrants to learn the language of the receiving society and, at the same time, gives them a new channel to communicate their experiences. In an increasingly global and interconnected world this is essential in order to gain a better understanding and awareness of multiculturalism. Stimulating communication and transmitting shared messages are the engines of rap, and it is for this reason that it has the potential to promote creativity and innovative discoveries in educational and training settings, where aggregation and interpersonal relationships are the fundamental conditions of growth.
In conclusion I would like to point out the importance of hip hop today for young people, both immigrants and natives, as an extremely interesting world of artistic expression.
The techniques used to create and perform their works require great skill, effort, research, and continuous recombinations of sound and verbal lapasxade.
The ready access to multimedia tools helps young people to learn the use of various technologies by themselves. A rap text is often composed of alpassade, refrains, and musical elements of songs written by other artists that are mixed together to create new messages with personal, poetic elaborations.
Creative practices like hip hop in contemporary society are, in my opinion, much more than simple artistic genres: It is their personal way of saying who they are and where they come from, as well as their conscious attempt to spread a message about their view of the world. Is an anthropologist and founder of a social association, Logiche Meticce, where she works with children, youth, and adults from different cultures, generations, and contexts in creative and experimental work.
Works for the protection of human rights, especially in intercultural and educational contexts, with Hilal, an association of Moroccan immigrants. With the association, has been involved in many social projects in Morocco and West Sahara, where she worked in in the town of Khouribga to organize the Droubna Festival of urban arts, including rap, skateboarding, and mural painting.
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