Popular music censorship in Africa / edited by Michael Drewett, Martin CloonanSeries: Ashgate popular and folk music seriesPublication details: Aldershot : Ashgate, 2006Description: 228 sISBN:
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Part 1. Censorship issues: Popular music censorship in Africa : an overview / Martin Cloonan -- The cultural boycott against apartheid South Africa : a case of defensible censorship? / Michael Drewett -- Vocal killers, silent killers : popular media, genocide, and the call for benevolent censorship in Rwanda / Dylan Craig and Nomalanga Mkhize -- Racist hate speech in South Africa's fragile democracy : the case of Ngema's "AmaNdiya" / Gary Baines -- Zvakwana! Enough! : media control and unofficial censorship of music in Zimbabwe / Diane Thram -- And the beat goes on? : message music, political repression and the power of hip-hop in Nigeria / Wilson Akpan -- Part 2. Case studies: Traditional and popular music, hegemonic power and censorship in Malawi : 1964-1994 / Reuben M. Chirambo -- Why don't you sing about the leaves and the dreams? : reflecting on music censorship in apartheid South Africa / Johnny Clegg and Michael Drewett -- Popular music censorship in Tanzania / Kelly M. Askew and John Francis Kitime -- Silencing musical expression in colonial and post-colonial Kenya / Peter Muhoro Mwangi -- One hundred years of censorship in Ghanaian popular music performance / John Collins -- Where the shoe pinches : the imprisonment of Franco Luambo Makiadi as an unusual example of music censorship in Zaire / Graeme Ewens -- For a song : censure in Algerian rai music / Malika Mahid -- Concluding comments on the censorship of popular music in Africa / Martin Cloonan and Michael Drewett.