Da Process: Hip-Hop, Pedagogy and Black Bodies

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Bushay, S. 2016. Da Process: Hip-Hop, Pedagogy and Black Bodies. The BERA Blog.
AuthorsBushay, S.
JournalThe BERA Blog
Year2016
PublisherBERA: British Educational Research Association
Web address (URL)https://www.bera.ac.uk/blog/da-process-hip-hop-pedagogy-and-black-bodies
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Deposited26 Sep 2018
Accepted16 Mar 2016
Accepted16 Mar 2016
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