Escola: as minas e os manos têm a palavra
Jovino, Ione da Silva
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The research has for main objective the relationship estabilisered between the black hip-hopper students and formal education. It seeks, from a Foucault style reference, the construction of the language, visions, feelings and significations that the young hip-hoppers associate with school. Describing itself as a study that attempts to stand between formal education and the hip-hop culture, this dissertation may contribute to the debate of hip-hop as a power, as a escape route for the black and poor youngsters. It also shows how hip-hop, as a culture apart has commenced such a skirmish for cultural positions within the school and has dislocated power arrangements.